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Marina Antonia Santos

November 1, 1947 — October 28, 2023

Marina Antonia Santos, a woman of intelligence, generosity, and love, passed away peacefully on October 28, 2023, in Bayonne, New Jersey. Born on November 1, 1947, in the Dominican Republic, she lived a fulfilling life, leaving a lasting legacy of love and warmth.


Marina was the cherished wife of Ramiro Arias, and together they built a life filled with joy and laughter. She was a devoted mother to her children, Maritza Acevedo, Robert Acevedo, Solanyi Brown, and Eugene Familia. Her love for her family was boundless, and she took great pride in her grandchildren, Solaury Brown, Francisco Díaz, Robert Acevedo, Ronald Brown, Bryan Acevedo, Frankie Peguero, Derek Acevedo, and Brielle Portorreal. She was overjoyed to become a great-grandmother to Sohan French, a role she embraced with her characteristic warmth and kindness.


Marina was the beloved sister to José Santos, Valdemirian Santos, Amelia Santos, Alfredo Santos, Gisela Santos, Mayra Santos, and Elvira Santos. Her siblings will remember her as a pillar of strength and a constant source of support and love. The bond they shared was unshakeable, and Marina's passing leaves a void that can never be filled.


Marina completed her primary education and found contentment in her roles as a librarian and a homemaker. Her intelligence shone through in her work, and she was respected and admired by all who knew her. Marina had a generous heart and was always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. Her home was a welcoming place, filled with love and the aroma of delicious meals. She was a cornerstone of her community, and her absence will be deeply felt.


Travel was one of Marina's passions, and she loved exploring new places. She was always ready for an adventure, her curiosity about the world unending. Spending time with her family was one of her greatest joys, and she treasured every moment spent with her loved ones. Her family holidays were legendary, filled with laughter, love, and unforgettable memories.


Marina's life was a testament to her loving spirit and generosity. She was a woman of deep faith, her strength and grace in the face of adversity were an inspiration to all who knew her. Her intelligence was matched only by her kindness, and her legacy of love will live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate to know her.


Marina Antonia Santos was a beacon of light in the lives of her loved ones, casting a glow of warmth and love that will continue to shine even in her absence. She will be remembered for her generosity, her loving spirit, and her unwavering devotion to her family. Her memory will be a comfort in the days to come, a reminder of a life well-lived and a love that will never fade.


Marina's life was a journey of love and joy. She will be deeply missed, but her spirit will live on in the hearts of those who loved her. As we remember Marina, we celebrate a life filled with love, a woman of immense strength and grace, and a mother and grandmother whose love knew no bounds.


May the memory of Marina Antonia Santos serve as a beacon of love and generosity, inspiring all who knew her to live with kindness, intelligence, and a loving spirit. Her life was a testament to the power of love and the strength of family, and she will be remembered with love and gratitude.


Marina Antonia Santos, una mujer de inteligencia, generosidad y amor, falleció pacíficamente el 28 de octubre de 2023 en Bayonne, Nueva Jersey. Nacida el 1 de noviembre de 1947 en la República Dominicana, vivió una vida plena, dejando un legado duradero de amor y calidez.


Marina fue la amada esposa de Ramiro Arias y juntos construyeron una vida llena de alegría y risas. Fue una madre devota de sus hijos, Maritza Acevedo, Robert Acevedo, Solanyi Brown y Eugene Familia. Su amor por su familia era infinito y se enorgullecía mucho de sus nietos, Solaury Brown, Francisco Díaz, Robert Acevedo, Ronald Brown, Bryan Acevedo, Frankie Peguero, Derek Acevedo y Brielle Portorreal. Estaba emocionada de convertirse en bisabuela de Sohan French, un papel que abrazó con su característica calidez y amabilidad.


Marina fue la querida hermana de José Santos, Valdemirian Santos, Amelia Santos, Alfredo Santos, Gisela Santos, Mayra Santos y Elvira Santos. Sus hermanos la recordarán como un pilar de fuerza y una fuente constante de apoyo y amor. El vínculo que compartían era inquebrantable y la partida de Marina deja un vacío que nunca podrá ser llenado.


Marina completó su educación primaria y encontró satisfacción en su trabajo como bibliotecaria y ama de casa. Su inteligencia brillaba en su trabajo y era respetada y admirada por todos los que la conocían. Marina tenía un corazón generoso y siempre estaba dispuesta a tender una mano a aquellos que lo necesitaban. Su hogar era un lugar acogedor, lleno de amor y aroma a deliciosas comidas. Era un pilar de su comunidad y su ausencia se sentirá profundamente.


Viajar era una de las pasiones de Marina y le encantaba explorar nuevos lugares. Siempre estaba lista para una aventura, su curiosidad por el mundo era interminable. Pasar tiempo con su familia era una de sus mayores alegrías y valoraba cada momento con sus ser



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