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Lita J. Summers

May 23, 1928 ~ July 10, 2017 (age 89)

The Piano Brothers
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Summers, Lita J.

Lita Summers passed peacefully on July 10th, 2017 with her family by her side in Baltimore, MD, USA.
Lita was born on May 23rd, 1928 in Curuzú Cuatiá, Corrientes, Argentina to her parents Santos Romero and Inocencia Escobar. Lita moved to the city of Buenos Aires where she studied to be a chartered accountant, she was a skilled calligrapher, worked with the Argentine Red Cross where she was the director's secretary and used her calligraphy skills to hand design diplomas and certificates. She loved being around horses, sewing, and learning new languages (she spoke Spanish, English, French, and Guarani-a language native to her Argentine province). 
Lita moved to the United States on December 19th, 1982 to be with her daughter Dolly whom had moved there earlier the same year. She loved and enjoyed living in the United States. Her interests included family, friends, praying, music, watching tv, and writing. She enjoyed playing cards, dice, and cooking for her loved ones. If Lita cared about you, you had a full tummy and were constantly prayed for. Lita was one of the most grateful people, constantly thanking you and complimenting you, always blessing you. She was a very gentle and caring person. 
Lita was a incredibly caring mother, beloved grandmother and cherished great-grandmother. 

Lita is survived by her 2 daughters: Sammy & Dolly, 2 granddaughters: Camila & Kendra, and 4 great-grandchildren: Ryleigh, Hunter, Kolton, & Delfina.
She was preceded in death by her husband Antonio and son-in law Carlos. 
Lita was a very spirited and funny person. Please share with us your memories and stories of her, as the family would love to hear them. 
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Lita Summers subio al cielo pacíficamente el 10 de Julio, 2017 con su familia a su lado en Baltimore, MD, EEUU.
Lita nacio el 23 de Mayo, 1928 en Curuzú Cuatiá, Corrientes, Argentina a sus padres Santos Romero & Inocencia Escobar. Lita se mudo a Buenos Aires Capital Federal donde estudio para ser perito mercantil, se hizo una experta en caligrafía, trabajo con la Cruz Roja Argentina donde era secretaria del director y usaba sus habilidades de caligrafía para diseñar diplomas y certificados. Le gustaban los caballos, coser, & aprender idiomas nuevos (ella hablaba Español, Ingles, Frances, y Guarani).
Lita se mudo a los Estados Unidos el 19 de Diciembre, 1982 para estar con su hija Dolly quien se habia mudado ahi unos meses antes del mismo año. A ella le encantaba vivir en los Estados Unidos. Disfrutaba de su familia, amigos, rezar, musica, ver la tele, y escibir. Le gustaba jugar a las cartas, dados , y cocinar para sus seres queridos. Si Lita te queria, tenias la panza llena y siempre estaba rezando por ti. Lita era una de las personas mas agradecidas, constantemente diciendo gracias y dando te cumplidos, siempre bendiciendote. Era una persona muy amable y protectora de los suyos.
Lita era una mama increiblemente protectora, amada abuela, y querida bisabuela.
Lita es sobrevivida por sus 2 hijas: Sammy & Dolly, 2 nietas: Camila & Kendra, y 4 bisnietos: Ryleigh, Hunter, Kolton, y Delfina.
Ella fue precidida en muerte por su esposo Antonio y su yerno Carlos.
Lita era una persona muy enérgica y graciosa. Por favor compartan con nosotros sus memorias y cuentos de ella, a la familia les encantaria escucharlos. 
 


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