Carmen Amaro Cordero

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WESTFIELD - Carmen Amaro Cordero, age 74, of Westfield, formerly of Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, passed away Sunday, March 8, 2020, at St. Vincent Hospital in Erie, PA following a brief illness.

  Carmen was born on June 7, 1945, in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, the daughter of the late Nativida and Nativida (Cordero) Amaro.

  Carmen came to Chautauqua County only a few months ago from Puerto Rico and had been a dedicated homemaker who loved her family.

  Survivors include her 2 sons, Angel Santana Amaro of Yabucoa, PR and Miguel Santana Amaro of Chicago IL. She is further survived by her 2 brothers, William and Inosencia Amaro of Puerto Rico and her 2 sisters, Alicia Amaro and Ines Amaro of Connecticut, as well as by her 4 grandchildren, Louis Santana and Dalwin Santana of Wisconsin and Daly Santana of Westfield and Orlando Santana of Chicago. She is further survived by her 3 great grandchildren, Damyelix and Jowie Rosado and Jariel Amador, all of Westfield.

  There will be no visitation and all services will be private.
  Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the MASON Funeral Home, 37 Clinton St., Westfield, NY 14787.  Log on to to send Carmen's family a message of sympathy, to light a memorial candle or for further information.




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