Sylvia Joan Amaral

Sylvia Joan Amaral

April 25, 1940 - March 23, 2005

Sylvia Joan Amaral

April 25, 1940 - March 23, 2005


Sylvia Amaral, a resident of Orange County for the last 7 years, died Wednesday, March 23 at the age of 64. She is survived by her loving husband Edward, her beloved children Kimberly Perez and Joseph McGowen, her sisters Aurea Lopes, Dina Cutropia and Stella Law, her brother Jesse Lama and four grandchildren.

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3 responses to Sylvia Joan Amaral

  1. aurea lopes says:

    non e at this time

  2. I would like to express my condolences to Mrs Amarals family. I was one of her neighbors on Linwood Ave in Pawtucket and I have fond memories of spending quite a few days at her house growing up as a friend of her daughter Kimberlys. She was a special lady and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her and you. Patricia Abrames

  3. Hello Patricia…this is Kimmie…
    I just viewed your kind words regarding my mothers funeral.
    Thank you for taking the time to put them on the site. It was great to see a familiar face. I miss my mom soooo much, it doesnt seem to fade. I never realized how much I
    looked for her in a crowd, or called her out of the blue to tell
    her something stupid or trivial. I catch myself dialing her number several times a day in my head cuz of something i wanted to share with her. The will never be a way to say im sorry i didnt appreciate the time i did have with her…and that really sucks. I still hear her calling my name to come in for the night on Linwood Avenue and running to get in before she got mad. My mom was a great lady and mom but most of all she was a great friend to me and I miss her
    every day that goes by.

    Thanks patty for being there when we were kids…i still have that photo of our igloo…can you believe i found it amongst my nana’s old photos…she was really proud of us getting in the paper like that. I still share with my girls of our days singing in the basement to big bad leroy brown and hey mr. postman….i still have those old 45’s. Feel free to write me anytime you care to reminiss…
    My email is

    Please send my love and thoughts to your family also…i think of them and hope all is well for you and yours.

    From 138 Linwood avenue!

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