Irene Negron

Obituary of Irene Aracelis Negron

Irene Aracelis Morales Negron was born September 19,1958 in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. She is the daughter to the late Victor Manuel and Beneranda Roman Morales. She was brought to New York, at a young age and lived in the Bronx for over 40 years. Irene was united in marriage to Carlos Manuel Negron on November 9, 1972 and they shared 51 years together. She spent the last 8 years of her life in Amsterdam, NY to be closer to her daughters, family, and friends.

Irene impacted many people lives. She always liked sharing her heart with others. She was a loving mom who did her best to support her children and grandchildren. She was a caring wife to her husband, a devoted friend, a maternal family figure, and a woman of God.

Irene loved spending time with her family and friends. She would love cooking for others and enjoyed a good meal like seafood and Spanish dishes. Some of her past time activities were playing dominos, card games, listening to music, singing, and dancing. Other times, she would be watching reality TV shows and church services online. And when she wasn’t doing that, she would call friends and family whether it was being on the phone or doing video chats, which was her favorite.

Irene passed away March 4, 2023 at St Mary’s Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. She leaves behind her

Husband: Carlos Manuel Negron

Brother: Jesus W. Morales

7 Children: Maria D. Marte, Marilyn Negron, Jasmin Negron, Cynthia Negron, Luis A. Ruiz, Ilian I. Perez, Carlos M. Negron

15 Grandchildren: Yanira V. Brown, Dominique L. Brown, Stephanie O. Medrano, Destiny O. Medrano,  Brianna L. Sandy, Carlos M. Negron, Giovanni Negron, Emmanuel Negron, Irene A. Negron, Justin L. Soto, William I. Negron, Moises A. Negron, Jonathan X. Pizarro, Rosheeda Carter, and Aries Cintron; 

12 Great-grandchildren: Aracelis J. Negron, Aaliyah I. Negron, Kai'ryan V. Negron, Avianna Goddard, Amauri Dixon, Nova'lee Brown, Joshua Word, Dante G. Jenkins, Dream I. Jenkins, Victoria Waters, Carlos M. Negron, and Moises A. Lobiana Jr.; along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins.