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Iris Monell Romero Dead at 65

Iris Monell Romero Iris Monell Romero of Concordia East died on Feb. 21. She was 65 years old.

She is survived by her spouse, Caleb E. Romero; mother, Victoria Saldana; father, Esteban Monell; daughters: Victoria, Indira and Iris O. Romero; son, Caleb Romero; grandchildren: Jose D. Rivera Jr., Kaysha Rivera, Irisel Rivera, Calvin J. Molina, Rachel M. Riddick, Keanu Romero and Eva A. Romero; and great-grandchildren: Ashaya Rivera and Matai Kwamima, She is also survived by daughter-in-law, Wendy Zaiter; sisters, Lydia Cintron; brothers: Juan F. Luis, Carlos Monell and Esteban Monell; sisters-in-law: Luz Luis Marvelina Monell, Loyda Romero-Javois, Eunice Romero, Noemi Romero, Raquel Williams, Victoria Rodriguez, Avra Rodriguez and Carmen Monell; brothers-in-law: Benigno Rodriguez, Darnel Delermes, Hector Monell, Cesar Romero, Roberto Romero, Moises Romero and Al Javois; nieces: Shasta Cintron Cruz, Zulayka Cintron, Natsha Monell, Carlotta A. Luis, Eloisa Rodriguez, Jacqueline Rodriguez, Wanda Bermudez, Janice Bermudez, Melissa Williams, Itzia Romero and Tamara Bristol; and nephews: Juan F. Luis Jr., Victor Rodriguez, Efrain Rodriguez, Benigno Rodriguez, Antonio Figueroa, Yvette Olmedo, Gary Bemudez, Rene Bermudez, Alberto Rodriguez, Obed Romero, Omar Romero, Alex Romero, Edgar Romero, Roberto Romero Jr. and Alex Bristol. Other survivors include aunts: Juana Saldana and Damacina Saldana; special friends: Loyda Romero-Jarvois, Isabel Soto, Lea Rosa, Maritza Romero and Candida Romero; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing held at noon and a funeral service at 1 p.m. on Friday, March 5, at the Sunny Acres Seventh-day Adventist Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
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