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Mrs Marlene Andrea Narvaez

June 25, 1972 ~ July 30, 2020 (age 48)

Obituary

Marlene Andrea Recinos de Narvaez moved on to a better place on July 30, 2020 at the age of 48. She was born June 25, 1972 to Salvador & Elba Rosa Recinos in Guatemala. She was raised in Lafayette, Louisiana. She graduated from Lafayette High School and attended some college at University of Louisiana Lafayette.

She was full of life,a wife, a mother, a sister, an aunt, and a daughter. She was a lover and a fighter. At a young age her family moved from another country to the United States of America having to adapt and learn a whole other language. She also continued to assist her mom in learning how to live in this new country.

She married Adelys Narvaez who showed her the world in just 27 years of marriage. They always found a reason to dance, to laugh, and to just enjoy life. Through this process they had two sons who she loved dearly, Orlando Andres & Marcos Alejandro. She was brave raising two kids while her husband traveled for work going through the ups and downs of babies, childhood, teenagers, and young adulthood. But she did an amazing job for her kids to be where they are today. She was also a pet mom loving each and every one whether they were fish, cat, dog, or tortoise.

She always had a love for nature and wildlife. She was a lady who loved rock and roll, she was always ready to sing her heart out. And of course, Latin music it was in her blood allowing it to move through her body whether it was music from her mother’s time to today’s reggaeton.

She also had a gift of being able to cook anything from around the world. She cooked a variety of Latin foods from all over Latin America and mastering foods from Asia, Middle East, and Europe. Her food always warmed the body and soul and made everyone feel at home. She made recipes her own by adding her own flare to them.

She will always be remembered for her laughter, love, devotion to her family, being a dear friend and just being an outstanding woman wherever she went.

Left to cherish her memories are her husband Adelys Narvaez, sons Orlando Narvaez, Marcos Narvaez, sister Edna Patricia Khansa, nephew Shadi Khansa, niecea Leila Khansa Aguilar, Mariam Khansa, Nadia Khansa Woods and great-niece Ayah Sofia Aguilar Khansa.

We love you our dear Wife, Mommy, Little sister, and Tia.

Duerme con los Angelitos.

Love,
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