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Consuelo Moreno

November 3, 1910 November 9, 2014
Consuelo Moreno
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Obituary for Consuelo Moreno

Consuelo Moreno, a former Milford resident, died November 9, 2014 in Parshallville, Michigan. She had just turned 104 years old on November 3rd. Born in Le�n, Mexico in 1910, Consuelo emigrated to Kansas in 1916 and eventually to Detroit, Dearborn, Livonia, Ann Arbor, Milford and Parshallville.

Consuelo was married to Juan Moreno for 56 years. Prior to her 1932 marriage in Detroit to Juan, she worked in a bacon packing plant, in an automobile factory, as a receptionist/translator in a doctor�s office, and as a nanny.

Later in life, Consuelo served as president of the William Ford Elementary Mother�s Club, was active in the Dearborn and Milford historical societies, helped with elections in Dearborn and Milford, worked as a seamstress at Dearborn Jacobsons Department Store, was active in her church�s altar society, and served time as president of the Huron Valley Seniors. Consuelo was credited with being the first Detroit Latina woman to earn a driver�s license while a teenager in the 1920�s. Consuelo also learned to oil paint at the age of 80 and actually became quite proficient

Also survived my many loving extended family members and dear friends.

Visitation will be held at Lynch & Sons Funeral Home, 404 E. Liberty St., Milford, on Tuesday, November 11, 4-9PM with a Vigil Service at 7PM.

A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Mary Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church, 1955 East Commerce Road, Milford, on Wednesday, November 12, at 10AM with The Rev. Fr. Ron Anderson officiating. Burial will follow at St. Mary�s Cemetery, Milford.

Memorials may be made in her name to Posey�s Senior Care Home.

For further information please phone 248-684-6645.


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