Milagros Cruz Vazquez

  • Born: November 13, 1948
  • Died: January 7, 2018
  • Location: Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Porterfield-Scheid Funeral Directors & Cremation Services, Ltd.

890 Isabel Drive
James A. Porterfield, Supervisor
Lebanon, PA 17042
Tel. (717) 272-4634

Tribute & Message From The Family

Milagros Cruz Vazquez, 69, of Lebanon, passed away Sunday, January 7, 2018 at Lebanon Wellspan Good Samaritan Hospital. She was the wife of the late Santos Vazquez. Milagros was born in Yauco, PR daughter of the late Miguel Cruz and Carmen Agostiny.
She was a homemaker and loved time spent with family and especially the grandchildren. She loved frogs.
Milagros is survived by children, Carmen DeJesus of TN, Miguel DeJesus of Boston, Anna DeJesus of Boston, Norma DeJesus, wife of Jose Cruz of Lebanon, Santos, husband of Jessica Hoffman Cruz of Myerstown, William Vazquez of Lancaster, Charlie, husband of Caroline Cruz Vasquez of Lebanon, numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is also survived by numerous brothers and sisters. Milagros was preceded in death by her son Jose DeJesus.
Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend Milagros funeral services on Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 11:00 AM from Porterfield-Scheid Funeral Directors & Cremation Services, Ltd., 890 Isabel Dr., Lebanon (next to Quentin Circle). A viewing will be held Saturday from 9:00 AM to time of service at the funeral home. Interment will be made in Kimmerling's Cemetery, Lebanon.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I miss you

Posted by norma cruz - Lebanon, PA - Family   May 08, 2018

I met Millie (Milagros) when she became my neighbor. It wasn't too long before we formed a fast and deep friendship. When I met Millie, she had many health problems and needed someone to take her to her different doctor appointments and related things. She would say I was her interpreter even though I knew only a few words of Spanish. Even with the language barrier, we communicated with ease most of the time...and laughed when we couldn't. We enjoyed watching Spanish soap operas together and would spend several hours looking through used clothing bins at Good Will. Most of the time, she was looking for clothing to give others.
Despite Millie's health problems, she would walk everywhere she could and her leg muscles showed it. I marveled when I would see her coming home from the grocery store with a heavy bag in each hand.
Millie spent alot of time smiling. She delighted in the fact that she painted her chihuahua's nails hot pink. The dog was good company for her. One summer there was a popular style shoe that everyone seemed to be buying. She enjoyed collecting shoes so bought a pair of every color. Millies favorite thing to collect was frogs and she would collect anything that was a frog. One day, when I visited her in her bedroom, I was surprised to see stuffed frogs of every size piled high in the corner of her bedroom. It was then that I realized just how much she loved frogs!
I will miss Millie along with the many others who knew her.

With love,

Posted by Lisa Sheppard - Lancaster, PA - Friend   January 13, 2018