Blanca Herminia (Vega) Vega de Guerra, 70

January 19, 1951 ~ April 4, 2021

Blanca Herminia Vega de Guerra

Blanca Herminia Vega de Guerra, 70, went to her heavenly home on Sunday April 4, 2021. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela the daughter of the late Diana (Ramirez) and Juan Manuel Vega.

For anyone blessed with knowing Blanca, you know she touched your life within the first 15 minutes of conversation. She cared deeply. She loved, smiled and lived intensely.

Blanca was a loving wife to Francisco; the love of his life since he set eyes on her when he was 7 years old. They began their love story with that first kiss when he was 18.

 A wonderful mom to her children, Monica, Maite and Tony. Always teaching them by example and unconditional love the values of family, faith, and going after your dreams no matter how many obstacles they found on that path. Strict, traditional and true to her upbringing as a pilar of strength for whom family always came first.

 Her work ethic was evident in her career as an attorney in her native country of Venezuela. It helped shape who she was and how much she cared about the future

A Catholic Burial service was 7 p.m. Thursday April 8, 2021 in the Chapel of Bright Funeral Home with Pastor Bill John Acosta-Escobar of St. Catherine of Sienna officiating. Visitation with the family was from 4 to 7 p.m. prior to the service

Mrs. Guerra is survived by her husband; Francisco Guerra, her children; Monica Guerra Vega, Maite Guerra Vega, Tony Guerra Vega, her six grandchildren; Kamila Gonclaves Guerra, Daniel Navas Guerra, Sophia Guerra de la Rosa, Pierina Goncalves Guerra, Raphael Navas Guerra, Stefania Guerra de la Rosa. She is also survived by her siblings; Mireya Vega, Manuel Antonio Vega Ramirez, Ana Lucia Vega Ramirez, Maria Eugenia Vega Ramirez, Carmen Cecilia Vega Ramirez, Rosa Margarita Vega Ramirez, Teresa Ines Vega Ramirez, Jose Francisco Vega Ramirez, Jorge Miguel Vega Ramirez. 

Bright Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Wake Forest, NC (919-556-5811)

Blanca Herminia Vega de Guerra

Blanca Herminia Vega de Guerra, de 70 años de edad, fue al encuentro con el Señor el día 4 de abril de 2021.  Blanca nació en Caracas, Venezuela y fue la hija de Diana Ramírez y de Juan Manuel Vega.

A cualquiera que haya tenido la dicha de conocerla le consta que causaba un impacto profundamente positivo a los 15 minutos de conocerla. 

Amó, rió y vivió con intensidad. 

Blanca fue la adorada esposa de Francisco, el amor de su vida desde que él se fijó en ella cuando apenas tenía 7 años de edad.  Su historia de amor empezó con un primer beso que se dieron a los 18 años.  

Fue una madre extraordinaria para sus hijos, Mónica, Maite y Tony. Siempre les enseñó con el ejemplo, con la práctica y con el amor incondicional por los valores de la familia, de la fe, el perseguir los sueños sin importar los obstáculos que encontraran en el camino.

Estricta, tradicional y fiel a su crianza como un pilar de fortaleza para quien la familia siempre estaba de primero. 

Amaba su rol de abuela como nadie.  No resulta para nada difícil imaginarla siendo la mejor la abuela, la abuela más chévere de todas. 

Como suegra, Blanca trató a los esposos y esposa de sus hijos como sus propios hijos.  Su disciplina y coraje eran acompañados de respeto y amor.  Su sonrisa, así como sus gestos grandes y pequeños, tienen un lugar especial en sus corazones.

Su mística y ética de trabajo fue palpable en sus carreras tanto como abogada como educadora en su país natal, Venezuela.  Causando siempre un impacto positivo hacia el futuro y en lo correcto. 

Se realizará un sepelio católico a las 7p.m. el día jueves 8 de abril en la Capilla de Bright Funeral Home con el Pastor Bill John Acosta-Escobar de St. Catalina de Sienna.

A la Señora Guerra le sobreviven su esposo,  Francisco Guerra, sus hijos; Mónica, Maite, Tony, sus seis nietos; Kamila, Daniel, Sophia, Pierina, Raphael y Stefania. Del mismo modo, le sobreviven sus hermanos: Mireya, Manuel Antonio +, Ana Lucia, Maria Eugenia, Carmen Cecilia, Rosa Margarita, Teresa Ines, Jose Francisco y Jorge Miguel . 

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