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Vanessa Quintana-Velacoracho

March 7, 1979 ~ September 27, 2018 (age 39)
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Vanessa Quintana-Velacoracho
Vanessa Velacoracho Rozas

My wife was born Vanessa Velacoracho Rozas, she was born in Alicante, Spain, on March 7, 1979. She attended the University of Alicante, also known as Universitat d’ Alacant, where she was studying multiple languages, she spoke French, English, German, Dutch, Russian, & Sweden, among other dialects, she was a very simple girl and most people never knew she spoke these many languages, because she was very reserved.

We met on a chat room in the internet on Sunday, August 23rd, 1998 at 3:30pm, the stars were aligned when we met, it was just a regular chat room where I would talk to family members on weekends.

We met, fell in love over the course of 2 years of talking to each other, we talked about everything and to this date, I can say I loved my wife very dearly and will miss her very much. I had never in my life been so happy until the day I met her, people thought I was crazy, because I would much rather text with her, before knowing her physically, than go out and hang out with my friends on weekends.


After we talked for 2 years, she decided to come meet me on August 1st, 2000, we then got married that same year in December 27th, 2000, and since that very day, my life changed. She became the light of my life, everything made perfect sense with her, she was my blessing and my everything, I feel very blessed to call her my wife; we have 2 kids, Iker-16 and Erik-14.

My wife was first diagnosed on August 18, 2018 with Stage 4 Cancer (High grade neuroendocrine carcinoma in a background of Mucinous adenocarcinoma), and with great sadness I announce that my beloved wife of 18 yrs has suddenly passed away September 27, 2018, after a very tough fight with a rare form of very aggressive cancer.

Anyone who knew my wife knows she was kind, generous, and would help anyone who needed it. Vanessa is and was the love of my life, the greatest love of all and with her I learned what true love really is, we will miss her forever. I was always by her side in this battle, she really fought until the end, I just wish this was all just a nightmare.

Vanessa, we all love you and miss you every second, until we see each other again, mi loquilla, mi guapetona, mi mamita, mi cachetona, mis cachetitos, mis mofletes, Siempre seras la mujer que soñe.

De parte de tu Loquillo Benny y tus gordos Iker & Erik

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