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1 of 9 | Posted by: Mari Vargas - Waterbury, CT

“May she RIP, a Good Woman whom I known years ago, Still she leaves beautifully and Peacefully. May God Blessing be with family. Yoli is in heaven. ”
2 of 9 | Posted by: vivian ayala - orlando, FL

“My condolences to Her Son and family. Always in our hearts. RIP Yoli. ”
3 of 9 | Posted by: Carmen Gomes - Fort Myers, FL

“God bless you.angle your in gods hands prayers to the family ”
4 of 9 | Posted by: Marylou Corey - Waterbury, CT

“My heart goes out to the family....R.I.P. my friend you will be missed dearly... ”
5 of 9 | Posted by: Evette Adorno - Hartford, CT

“My condolences to family she will always remain in my heart! Mrs.Garcia is a awesome woman who genuinely really cares! R.I.P gone but never ever...Read More »
6 of 9 | Posted by: Vanessa Morales - Waterbury, CT

“Iam so sorry for your loss. She was definitely an amazing woman. May god have her in his arms and heal your pain with strength ”
7 of 9 | Posted by: Bb Morales - Waterbury, CT

“My condolences & prayers to family.I always remember Yoli, my best friend Mari's Aunt.She always would talk to me about Princess.God Bless ”
8 of 9 | Posted by: Heather Marie Carroll - Waterbury, CT

“I'm so sorry for your loss I'm going through the same thing pa I know that feeling because I loss my mother 2 months ago and I know that feeling god...Read More »
9 of 9 | Posted by: Maria Anaya - Waterbury, CT


Ms. Yolanda "Jolie" Garcia, 55, of Waterbury passed away unexpectedly, Sunday, March 25, 2018 at her home.

She was born March 30, 1962 in Dorado Puerto to the late David Garcia and Anatolia Cintron.

Yoli as she was affectionately called by those who knew and loved her was educated throughout the Waterbury Public School System. She graduated from High School Class of 1978 in Waterbury. Yolanda worked for the Department of Education for many years where she nurtured and cared deeply for the children she served. Yoli was the type of person that was always cheerful and full of life. Her smile would light up any place she was present. It was very contagious and illuminous. She loved her family unconditionally especially her son Ramon Perez Jr and her grandson Ayden Perez. They were the love of her life and she absolutely adored them. Whether it was a funny joke, her boisterous personality and big smile; she always made the people around her laugh. During her spare time, she liked to watch movies, spend time with her pets, and enjoyed the pleasures of going away on cruises. Even in the midst of her struggles and health issues she still managed to keep going. Yoli was indeed a fighter and survivor. Yolanda had two open heart surgeries back to back and survived. When she was living; she told the family that she briefly died and spoke of encountering "a peace on the other side "that made on her want to stay and not come back. However she was revived and lived to see two more years. Yolanda had said," I Made a Promise to God "that I will give my life to the Lord. Yolanda will always be remembered and now watches over her family as the sweet spirit she truly was.

Besides her longtime companion for many years Anthony Taschereau; she leaves her only son; Ramon Perez Jr. and grandson Ayden Perez; her sisters; Bethzyda Morales, Anna M. Rodriguez, Iris Gonzalez, Ana Marrero, Mildred Linton all of Connecticut ,Janet Nieves of Florida, and Rosura Santana of California, along with several nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends.