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Abdiel Baena's Memorial

Submitted By: ana Elena sanchez

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Birth Date:
Feb 09, 1962
Death Date:
Jun 13, 2016
City:
Brooklyn
State:
NY
Country:
United States


About Abdiel Baena

Abdiel C. Baena, (Nito), nació en la ciudad de Panamá, se graduó en el Instituto Nacional en 1978, al año siguiente ya estaba en Washington DC y posteriormente se ubicó en Kalamazoo para estudiar en la Universidad de Michigan. En 1987, establece residencia en la Gran Manzana donde conoció a Dony, su primera y única esposa con quien levantó a sus tres hijos. Trabajó por más de una década en el hospital presbiteriano de Nueva York. Un apasionado de la música Salsa que bailó con destreza; seguidor incondicional de los deportes adoptando como suyo a los Yankees de New York y los Washington Redskins. Nito cocinaba como todo un chef y su mayor satisfacción era brindar degustaciones su arte culinario. Nito deja atrás a una hermosa familia que levantó junto a su esposa, su hijo, Junior, Crystal y Saudi, a los nietos que adoraba Gaby, Shain y Milani. Nito deja atrás también hermanos, sobrinos, primos, un montón de amigos, compadres, compañeros de trabajo y de estudios que fueron tan importantes para el cómo su propia familia. Baena fue un caballero de fina estampa, carismático, de imponente personalidad y con un corazón inmenso que nos hará mucha falta, pero nos consuela que se encuentra sin dolor y en un mejor lugar acompañado por Dios, los santos ángeles, su madre la maestra Elvia y su suegra mama Mirtha. El cuerpo se fue, pero Nito vivirá para siempre en cada uno de nosotros, con cada gesto de ternura y con cada palabra de amor. -

Abdiel Baena's Legacy

Nito was born in Panama City, Panama, where he graduated from Instituto Nacional in 1978, he migrated as a young man to the United States in 1979 landing in Washington, DC; he then relocated to Kalamazoo to attend Michigan University. In 1987, he moved and established himself in Brooklyn, New York where he met and married Dony, where they raised three kids. Along the way, he began his career at New York Presbyterian Hospital, where he worked for over 10 years. One of his passions was salsa music, which he loved immensely and enjoyed dancing as well. He also enjoyed sports; he was a lifelong New York Yankees and Washington Redskins fan. He was a great chef and enjoyed cooking his delicious dishes for everyone. Nito was a very loving father and grandfather and leaves behind his wife Dony, his kids Junior, Crystal and Saudi, son-in-law Fred, his grandkids Gaby, Shain and Milani. He also leaves behind, nieces, nephews, cousins and a great amount of friends, compas, co-workers, classmates and acquaintances worldwide that were as important to him as his family. Nito, a very charismatic, funny and fashionable man with a powerful personality, a welcoming smile and a BIG heart will be dearly missed. The fact that he is in a better place and pain free consoles us but he will never ever be forgotten

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