Flora Angeles de Llano Roos was born on April 6, 1930, in Guines, Habana Cuba, to María de los Ángeles Armas Rodriguez-Mena and Julián Faustino de Llano Gutiérrez. She passed away peacefully in her home with her family and friends by her side on January 16, 2023, at 92 years old in Cape Coral, Florida. She received the Apostolic Blessing before her passing and God has received a very special angel. She is back with her loved ones in heaven, and she will be dearly missed in the hearts of her family and friends on Earth.
Flora was an educator by trade and left Cuba on May 10, 1979, to join her family that had previously left Cuba and resettled in Florida. Flora is survived by and was the loving mother of Flora Gonzalez de Llano; grandmother of Oscar Gonzalez de Llano; grandmother-in-law of Kelly Wong Craven; great-grandmother of Guy and Ruby; dear aunt to Armando Pino, Gloria Pino, Gloria Quave, and Carmen Crenshaw; and special family member of Odalmys Delgado and Eduardo Roman. Her ashes will rest by the side of her husband, Erik Konstantin Roos, at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Pensacola, Florida.
The family of Flora wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Dr. Manuel Del Sol, Hope Hospice Team 310 of Cape Coral, the staff of one of her favorite places the Divine Angel Adult Day Care, the family of Odalmys Delgado, and Baldwin Brothers Funeral and Cremation Society in Cape Coral.
Pray for her soul to rest in peace, and remember to feed the birds in her honor.