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NO. PROVIDENCE Amada R. Espinal, 85, formerly of No. Providence and Central Falls, entered into eternal rest Saturday, surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Carlos E. Espinal.
She was born in Medellin, Colombia, a daughter of the late Jesus Giraldo and Julia Sabala and had migrated to the United States in 1979 and had lived in Central Falls, Pawtucket and No. Providence. She had been employed at the former Healthtex Mfg. and also was a childcare provider.
She leaves 7 daughters, Gilma Quintero of So. Carolina, Luz Amparo Berrio of Providence, Consuelo Deras of No. Providence, Elvia Sanchez of MA, Alicia Agudelo of Central Falls, Maria Larivee of Woonsocket and Gladys Torres of Pawtucket; 7 sons, Ismael Espinal of Pawtucket, Hector and Guillermo Espinal both of So. Carolina, Javier and Carlos Espinal both of Colombia and Ernesto and Gustavo Espinal both of Florida, and a sister Oliva Giraldo of Colombia, 59 Grandchildren, 97 Great Grandchildren and 4 Great Great Grandchildren.
Visitation in the CHARLES COELHO Funeral Home, 151 Cross St. Central Falls, Tuesday from 5 until 8 pm.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Holy Spirit Church (formerly St. Matthew's Church) Dexter Street, Central Falls, Wednesday at 9:30 am, relatives and friends are invited to attend.
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