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Leonaldo Saldaña Sr. Dead at 79

Leonaldo Saldana Sr.

Leonaldo Saldaña Sr., also known as " Nando," of Rosegate died on March 9, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was 79 years old.
He survived by his wife, Marcelina Saldaña; sons: Melvin, Leonaldo Jr., Edwin Sr. and Luis Sr.; daughters: Nimya Eneida and Marjorie; stepdaughter, Milagro; grandchildren: Angel Luis, Maria, Katiria, Julio, Luis A., Rosa, Gisel, Leonaldo III, Edwin Jr., Edward, Eddie, Genitza, Luis R., Valentine Jr., Freddito, Daniel, Bebo, Lymarie, Ajani, Yesenia, Thalia and Jorge; and great-grandchildren: Pedro, Vincente, Nimya Rosa, Venicia, Philippe Jr., Lilliana, Kathy, Omyda, Angel Jr., Gabriel, Yuliana, Luis R. Jr., Edward Jr., Nasir, Myah Skyy, Jemeasa, Jennalis and Melannie. He is also survived by brothers: Demetrio Sr., Enrique, Raul Sr., Miguel and Jesus; sisters: Victoria, Juanita and Alicia; sisters-in-law: Marciana, Catalina, Violet, Agrispina Julia, Maria Dori; brothers-in-law: Bienvenido, George and Hector; living aunts: Juana and Damasina; daughters-in-law: Minerva, Berita and Maria; son-in-law: Valentine Sr.; special friends: Benita Solis, Lawrence Johansen, Ove Windy Olsen; and other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will take place at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 17, at Holy Cross Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.
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