Rosalinda Dresdner Carrera

Rosalinda Jenny Dresdner Carrera

Thursday March 27, 1952 - Tuesday August 11, 2020
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Rosalinda Jenny Dresdner Carrera was born on Thursday, March 27th 1952 in Guayaquil Ecuador. Her surviving parents are Jose Dresdner and Julia Carrera. Rosalinda moved to Queens, New York when she was 19 years old with her eldest son Alex. Upon arrival to the United States, she welcomed her second son Daniel. Rosalinda was a hardworking woman with goals and dreams. She graduated cosmetology school and received a certificate in child care training. Rosalinda met the love of her life, Peter Nunez (deceased) and she relocated to Bronx, New York. They shared three daughters together, Jennifer, Vivian, and Priscilla. Rosalinda was a loving and dedicated mother to her five children. In 2006, Rosalinda moved to Davie, Florida and became a member of the Jehovah Witness congregation on Griffin Rd. She built long lasting friendships with her brothers and sisters of faith. Rosalinda was diagnosed with cancer in 2016. She fought this battle for four long years. She passed away on Tuesday, August 11th 2020.

Rosalinda’s children are: Alex Rodriguez, Daniel Dresdner, Jennifer Nunez, Vivian Tavarez, and Priscilla Quinones.

Rosalinda’s grandchildren are: Samantha Dresdner, Justina De Jesus, Janelle Rodriguez, Caleb Nunez-Devarona, Jaden Rodriguez, Emery Guerrero, Ziyah Tavarez, and Lorenzo Pego.
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    Tuesday August 18, 2020 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Tuesday August 18, 2020 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Bell's Funeral Home
    1826 N University Drive
    Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
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Posted at 03:33pm
I love you mom... you are missed every single second of every single day. We love you forever and ever.

Jennifer Nunez

Posted at 01:05pm
My funniest memory of you will always be when you drove over my toes In Fteley and I started crying and you got nervous and ran over them again 😂😂😂😂 i love You mom


Posted at 07:46am
I love you mom... you will always be in my heart and I will carry you everywhere life leads me. Thank you for dedicating your life to us... as your daughter I know I failed you many times... but you never stopped loving me. You never stopped fighting to give us the best life you could... I inspire to be like you. I think of you everyday... every second & I wish I could hug you but I know one day we will hug again, until then I will keep trying to make you proud. I love you mom

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