Carmen Milagros Gonzalez (Tata) of Hartford, passed away peacefully along side her family on her 67th Birthday on Tuesday May 19, 2020, due to CHF. She was born twice here on earth and in Heaven.
She was the wife of Julio Soto, they shared 50 beautiful years together. Carmen fell in love with his charm and bright green eyes. The love of his Life, he took great care of her and loved her immensely. A true love story. ~To My Wife~ You are Loved more than you know. If I could of given you one more thing in life, I would give you my heart so you could live a longer life. I would also give you the ability to see yourself through my eyes so you’ll realize how Special you are to me, you are my SUNSHINE. Esperame en el cielo mi amor. Te amo!~
Born in Morovis, Puerto Rico on May 19, 1953 she was the daughter of the late Marcelina Torres and Francisco Gonzalez Maissonet. She worked in Data Mail for over 20 years as a supervisor before a major heart attack in 2002.
Mom enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandkids. She had a passion for planting and loved roses. She enjoyed shopping, playing dominoes and going to the Casino. Her favorite past time was listening to music and dancing salsa, always dancing to the rhythm of her own beat.
Carmen was a warrior, a fighter a strong resilient woman who fought endless battles and continued to overcome them, like only she could. She has given us so much love and kindness and for that we are grateful. Our hearts are full! Mami, we Love You!
She is survived by her husband Julio Soto, Daughters Daisy Soto and Maribel Soto (Cuty) and son Freddie Soto whom she adored. “Thank You for being our Mom” Son in law Carlos Garcia and her grandchildren Erik Lamonte Addison JR, Caden Mekai Garcia, Cavalli Mael Garcia, Cyan Milah Garcia (CMG), Angel Soto, Hector Soto, Kiara Reyes and Idalise Zayas. Her Grandkids love her so much and are going to miss her. Carmen also leaves behind her siblings Francisco Gonzales, Ana Gonzalez, Marta Gonzalez, Maria Colon (Mita), Jesus Colon (Chuito) and nieces and nephews who loved her like a mom.
~R.I.P Negra, Mami, Grandma, Negrita Blanquita~
“There next to me you will always be”
Due to the Pandemic a memorial in Carmen’s honor will be held on a later date.