Ursula Correa Rivera Ascencio Dies at 83

Ursula Correa Rivera Ascencio

Ursula Correa Rivera Ascencio, also known as “Sulu,” of Estate Campo Rico died on Tuesday, April 30. She was 83 years old.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Fernando Ascencio; parents: Flora Figueroa and Ismael Daniel Correa; and son, Pedro Ayala.

She is survived by her daughters: Irma Soto, Fulgencia Colon, Maria Ayala, Norma Nales, Marie Luz Williams, Marisolina Hankins and Johanna Torres; sons: Humberto Ayala, Fernando Ascencio Jr., Angel Ascencio and Juan Ascencio; grandchildren: Jomar Rosa, Tomas Castro, Jr., Keishla Torres, Natalia, Haidy, Angela, Angelica Ascencio, Omayra Navarro, Norma Luz, Juan Nales, Damian, Jonathan, Esteban, Carlos Diaz, Jahnisha Diaz, Tamisha Taylor, Carmen and Rosanna Ascencio.

She is also survived by more grandchildren: Jense, Richard Berg, Clarimar Bradford, Jess Hankins, Amelia, Jahzinia, Melisa, Juan Ascencio, Lorena Ascencio, Humberto Ayala Jr., Noel, Ricardo Romero, Carmen, Wendy, Pedro Carlos, Kimberly, Erika, Vanessa Ayala, Rafael Ayala, Hugh Huggins Jr., Dianalee, Jose “Mon” Velasquez, Denise, Carlos Soto, Norma de Jesus, Frankie, and Miguel and Marilyn Rivera; great- grandchildren: Jan-Daniel Berg and 78 more great-grandchildren too numerous to mention.

Other survivors include sisters: Carmen Correa and Adelina Correa; brother, Alphonso Correa; daughters-in-law: Yvonne Ayala, Lucy Ascencio, Nancy Ascencio and Anna Serano; sons-in-law: Juan Nales, Daverson Hazel, Jose Torres and Cesar Serrano; special friends: Hermanos y Hermanas de la Iglesia Adventista de Septimo Dias de Campo Rico y Sunny Acres; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will begin at 9 a.m. will be followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Monday, May 13, at Sunny Acres Seventh-day Adventist Church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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