Ana Luisa De los Santos

Ana Luisa De los Santos

November 14, 2023, Ana Luisa De los Santos, 95, of Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home in Kingsland, Georgia, with her family lovingly by her side.

Born June 28th, 1928, to Jose Cruz and Ines Davila lived her young life in Puerto Rico until her marriage to the love of her life, Jose De los Santos. Jose and Ana were married in November 1947, and were married for 76 years. They had four children, Ines, Rosa, Joseph, and Miguelina. The couple made a home in Brooklyn, New York where they raised their family. Ana and Jose returned to Puerto Rico when they retired.

Ana was loving, generous, loyal and full of life. She had an enormous heart and never failed to show and tell her family and loved ones how much she loved them.

She will be remembered for all the heart she shared with her friends and family. She truly loved each of them- and if you knew her, you knew it. When her time came, she carried herself with dignity, strength, and full of love for those who went before him. She will be missed dearly.

Ana is preceded in death by her parents, Ines and Cruz Davila, her husband Jose De los Santos, her daughter Miguelina Brown and a host of other family members.

Ana Luisa is survived by her sister Josephina Negron, daughters Ines Fernandes and Rosa Spicer, her son Joseph. She also leaves her 14 grandchildren, (Lisa Fernandes, Teresa Fernandes, Christine Fernandes, Maria Fernandes, Michael Fernandes, Maurice Fernandes, Diana Fernandes Duffy, Victoria Fernandes Ruben, Miguelina Brown Felix, Latoya Brown Jackson, Iesha Brown, David Brown, Joseph De los Santos, and Adrienne De los Santos)  a host of  great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and loving friends.

Ana was a beautiful person inside and out. She cared so deeply for the people around her. She was so kind and passionate. She made an impact on many lives. She will be forever missed. Until we meet again…

A celebration of life will take place on Monday November 20, 2023, at 1pm in the chapel of Evergreen Cemetery

4535 Main Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32206


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