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In Memory of

Corazon Sarmiento Santos

June 12, 1927 - September 12, 2017

Obituary


Cora Sarmiento Santos was known to many people, a loved one, a friend and someone special. To Family and friends who knew her best, she will be remembered as a very exceptional person who had an infectious smile.

Mommy or Nanay Cora as known to all was petitioned by her daughter Elizabeth Durana and came here to the United States on May 5, 1979. Since she arrived here, she lived with her daughter and son-in-law Eleazer Durana.

Not long after her arrival, she got bored staying at home and asked her children that...

Cora Sarmiento Santos was known to many people, a loved one, a friend and someone special. To Family and friends who knew her best, she will be remembered as a very exceptional person who had an infectious smile.

Mommy or Nanay Cora as known to all was petitioned by her daughter Elizabeth Durana and came here to the United States on May 5, 1979. Since she arrived here, she lived with her daughter and son-in-law Eleazer Durana.

Not long after her arrival, she got bored staying at home and asked her children that she wanted to work. Then she got a job in several high-tech companies in the Silicon Valley. She worked from 1979-1993 and after 14 years she retired and started traveling with her daughter and son-in-law.

They traveled to different places in the United States and also to Europe. Every year she went home to the Philippines and visited her family there.

Nanay Cora was blessed with two children Elizabeth Durana married to Eleazar Durana and Robert Santos (Deceased). She has three grandchildren Moppet, Nelson and ER and two great grandchildren Reign and Colin. Nanay Cora took in an adoptive family in Fremont SDA Church and treated them as her very own family, The Mostrales family: Minerva, Ulysses, Ray, Uly and Dyan.

Nanay Cora is a loving, understanding, caring and helpful mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

Cora Santos was born on June 12, 1927 in Manila, Philippines to a Seventh-day Adventist parents, Victoriana Sarmiento and Francisco Santos, She grew up as a Seventh-day Adventist and loved the Lord so much, Her faith was very important to her, and remained faithful to God.

Nanay Cora passed away peacefully on September 12, 2017 surrounded by love and daughter and son-in-law after a long and happy life of 90 years. She will be greatly missed by all of us. But she is resting and sleeping awaiting for Jesus' second coming to take her home with the faithful ones forever more.