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This Book of Memories memorial website is designed to be a permanent tribute paying tribute to the life and memory of Providencia De Leon. It allows family and friends a place to re-visit, interact with each other, share and enhance this tribute for future generations. We are both pleased and proud to provide the Book of Memories to the families of our community.

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Condolence From: Brenda Olivero-Cabrera
Condolence: My deepest sympathy and condolences to the whole family... Providencia is now resting with our Almighty Father Jesus. May she rest in paradise.
Tuesday October 10, 2017
Condolence From: Harvey & Janie Robinson
Condolence: We were truly saddened to hear of Providencia's passing just a few moments ago. She was like a ray of sunshine each and every time we would cross each other path. She will truly be missed and know that you have our deepest condolences. May God's grace and mercies be with you and memories sustain you during this most difficult time.
Tuesday October 10, 2017
Condolence From: Nereida Nieves
Condolence: My condolences to the family. May the Lord be your strength. Remembering her beautiful smile when we were neighbors. May she rest in peace.
Monday October 09, 2017
Condolence From: SuzieWong
Condolence: Truly an angel on Earth. She was an inspiration. Prayers for her and her families.
Sunday October 08, 2017
Condolence From: Sheila W.
Condolence: I am so saddened to hear this news. Providencia was one of my students at Lincoln Tech. An outstanding young lady with an exceptional outlook on life. She was smart, dedicated, kind, caring and a beautiful person inside and out. She was "handicapped" by the definition, but not by any standards that are generally associated with that term. It never held her back and she never asked to be considered different from any other person. I always saw her as stronger than most and kinder than most. Bless you Providencia and we know Heaven has just received the wonderful of you.
Sunday October 08, 2017
Condolence From: valerie benson
Condolence: I first met Provi on the Lrta busses in the late 80's . I drove her to Tewksbury State Hospital to visit a family member . I was inspired by her braveness to take public transportation at a young age by herself. We would take all the way out to Tewksbury about everything. She never ever complain about her health or being confined to a wheelchair. She was so happy that she could ride the bussed everywhere. And I drove her to work at Lahey Clinic in every kind of weather. She loved to work and be with people and contribute to society. I will me her big smile and her thought on life. Rest in peace my friend , you made a difference in the people lives .
Saturday October 07, 2017
Condolence From: Bob Wagstaff
Condolence: Provi was without question the kindest, most understanding, and forgiving spirit I have ever encountered. She was selfless in that she would put her own troubles on hold to help those in need. Those who knew her understand what I am saying.

Her love of family, and God were unshakable, never losing faith in either. Her list of friends was unbelievable which was witnessed by me when we were out together taking a stroll. I was constantly amazed at the sheer number of people greeting her on the street, or shouts of hello from across the street or out of the windows of passing cars. I found the same situation even when in downtown Boston. Just this alone caused me to understand how much Provi was loved.

Provi saved me in many ways. I first met her one cold November eve in 2004 in Faneuil Hall when she strolled into my workplace for a cup of coffee. I was literally at the lowest point in my life and in comes this tiny little woman with the brightest smile and the most amazing sense of humor and she just touched my soul and never let go. From that night on she stayed the driving force in keeping me positive and moving forward. It's in this way that I owe her my life. It was like God sent me an angel that cold November eve.

I love Provi and I always will. I will miss you my dearest friend. My world was a much better place with you in it and will never be the same now that you are gone. But I will continue to be as strong and positive as I can be because you would want that. You have honered me with your friendship and your love.
Friday October 06, 2017
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