Carmen Beltran

Carmen Rosa Beltran

1950 - 2022

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Obituary of Carmen Rosa Beltran

Carmen Rosa Beltrán, loving & devoted daughter of the late Jose Santos Beltrán and the late Ana Rosa Díaz, was born and raised in Bogota, Colombia on Jan 28, 1950.  She peacefully departed this life on the evening of Friday, June 24, 2022 at Chilton Medical Center in Pompton Plains, NJ.

 

In Feb 1971, Carmen immigrated to the United States as a part of the South American Youth Exchange Student program to the state of Florida.  After 6 months, she relocated to New Jersey where she lived the rest of her life.  Carmen worked as the Director’s secretary for St Elizabeth Hospital, as well as Bilingual Executive Secretary for Weichert Realtor in Parsippany. She was an active member of Assembly of God Church in Washington DC for several years, during this time she was their official bilingual translator.  Her passions were not only to live as a Christian woman, but she loved to write poetry and was an avid reader. Her books were as important to her as breathing itself.  She loved music and enjoyed dancing.  She loved to tell stories, always eager to share her ideas and taking the time to pray with you at any time of the day.  Carmen  enjoyed expressing herself through her artwork; she was meticulous and proud of her work.

 

Her beautiful life will forever be cherished and remembered by her two younger sisters: Esperanza Anastasio and her husband, Pietro Anastasio; Luz Stella Martínez and her husband, Victor E. Martínez Perez and two older brothers: Gonzalo Beltrán and his wife, Haydee Beltrán and Juan Beltrán. Her cherished nieces:  Angelika Anastasio, Victoria Chokshi, Esperanza Donovan, Lucero Trotter, Alicia Martínez Beltrán, and Gloria Antigua. Her beloved nephews: Victor E. Martínez, Murkin Martínez Beltrán, Francisco Martínez, David Martínez, Daniel Martínez, and Christian Beltrán.  As well as her 7 great nieces and 10 great nephews who held a very special place in her heart.

 

Carmen was preceded in death by her loving parents; Jose Santos Beltrán, and Ana Rosa Diaz, and her great baby niece, Teresa Katalina Martínez Beltrán.

 

Visitation will be held on  Tuesday, July 5, 2022, 10:00AM-12:00PM  at Tuttle Funeral Home, Randolph. With a funeral service will beginning at 12:00PM also at the funeral home. Interment to follow at Locust Hill Cemetery, Dover.

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