Wilma J. D’Alarcao

1935 ∼ 2019

Hildale Cevallos Castro of Portoviejo wrote:

I will remember you for ever. Now you are with all our family that left already.

Alexandra Cevallos Castro of Portoviejo, Ecuador wrote:

Wilma was a very dear aunt. I love all of my aunts and uncles very much since I was a little girl, a long, long time ago. I remember the last time I spent with Wilma was in Pompano. We went for a stroll and the conversation was so great that I didn't want it to end. We covered many, many subjects from family matters to books and languages. I feel a selfish pain of her departure.

Nora Mantell of Carmel wrote:

Sonia, I first met Wilma 34 years ago, when you were in my 10th grade class; I have admired and adored her ever since. I am so very sorry for your loss.

Hugo Ávila Moreno of Portoviejo wrote:

Mi más sentido pésame.

Colleen Zentz of East Bridgewater, Ma. wrote:

I am so saddened to learn of Mrs. D'Alarcao's passing. I have so many great memories of hanging out at the D'Alarcao home both with Sonia and Rick. Wilma was a lovely woman and I will cherish the many memories of her art that was hung throughout the house and how welcoming she was to all of us little rug rats that were constantly invading her home. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. RIP Mrs. D'Alarcao.

Natasha Salmon of Miami Springs, Florida wrote:

Dear and sweet Wilma. May the divine light guide you into eternity. You are loved. Om.

Michelle M of FL wrote:

Estimada familia D’Alarcao, Cuanto lo siento por su pérdida, sin lugar a duda la muerte de un ser querido es una de las experiencias más devastadoras y dolorosas que podemos afrontar. Pero sabían que la Biblia contiene pasajes que nos traen verdadero consuelo (2 Corintios 1: 3,4)? Uno de mis textos favoritos se encuentra registrado en Job 14: 14,15 donde dice: “Si un hombre físicamente capacitado muere, ¿puede volver a vivir? Todos los días de mi trabajo obligatorio esperaré, hasta que llegue mi relevo. Tú llamarás, y yo mismo te responderé. Por la obra de tus manos sentirás anhelo.” Estos versículos nos muestran que todos tenemos la esperanza de ver nuevamente a nuestro seres queridos que han muerto y que Jehová Dios anhela devolver la vida a todos aquellos que han muerto. Que alentador es saber que el Dios todopoderoso se fija en nuestra situación personal y desea eliminar nuestro sufrimiento. Si desean saber más sobre esta maravillosa esperanza los invito a que visiten nuestra página web oficial JW.org y descargar sin costo alguno la revista Despertad! Titulada “Ayuda para quienes están de duelo.”

Irina Shestakova of Houston, TX wrote:

Wilma was a special person with a big heart and a romantic soul. She lived a life of an artist. I say good bye with the words of another artist of her generation, Charles Aznavour: Now as the wheel of life turns faster, Now as the seasons seem to fly, I see so many things at last, but didn't see the time go by. I've known delight, I've known disaster The caviar, the humble pie From the absurd to the sublime I didn't see the time go by I didn't see the years roll on I didn't know the road would bend Refused to see when youth was gone Pretending it might never end... Wilma you will live on in our memories, Big kiss, Irina