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Carmen Martinez was born on November 11,1932 at Santiago de Cuba Oriente, Cuba. She went to be with the Lord at 10:14 A.M. on June 12, 2021 in Orlando, Florida.
Carmen was a special lady who loved her Lord deeply. Her favorite Bible verse was Philippians 4:13 –“I can do all through Christ who strengthens me". Carmen studied Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Havana,
Communism in Cuba forced her to come to America. She once said: “America is the best nation in the world." In Orlando she worked as the church secretary for Primera Iglesia Bautista Orlando. She was a loyal responsible and faithful employee.
Using the letters of her name, we remember Carmen, Carmensita and TATA.
C= Carmen was a Christian – a woman of faith. She is now in heaven because one day she accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. In all situations, Carmen was content. Carmen was a prayer warrior.
A= Carmen was an amiable lady. She loved everyone. She was a genuine friend. Carmen did not have any enemies.
R= Carmen was a responsible employee and a responsible citizen.
M= Carmen was a missionary. Until her age and health did not permit her to, she was always helping other people. She took people to church, to various appointments and to do groceries. She had a servant’s heart.
E= Carmen was an educated woman. She loved to read God’s word and to study continuously.
N= Carmen was a nice and noble lady.
Carmen’s greatest joy was to take care of children at church. She did this her for over 30 years. She loved the children and the children loved her and called her TATA.
She served her church and her Lord faithfully. On June 12th Carmen Martinez heard the words from Jesus –“Well done my good and faithful servant. You hast been faithful over a few things. I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of the Lord.”
Thursday, June 17, 2021
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