April 14, 1934 ~ May 25, 2022
Resided in: Mansfield, TX
Inocencia (Cynthia) Borja Caruana, 88, passed away on May 25, 2022, in Burleson, Texas.
Viewing: Friday June 10, 5-9 p.m at Wade Funeral Home Chapel,
Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday, June 11 at the funeral home with Pastor Francisco Segoviano officiating. Reception following at 4pm at Victory Outreach church at 630 W. Main St Grand Prairie TX
Inocencia was born on April 14, 1934 in Panay, Capiz, Philippines to Braulio Delfin and Monica Borja Delfin. She graduated from Central Philippine University in 1965 and immigrated to the U.S. shortly thereafter. She always took care of her remaining family that lived in the Philippines and always found great joy in doing so.
Inocencia began her career as a Nurse and went on to work for over 40 years. She was very committed to her profession and had a passion for helping others. She was a hard worker and very resilient.
She moved to Mansfield, Texas in 2006 after residing in California for 25 years . Inocencia was divorced and never remarried. She always talked about being faithful, honorable, and following through with your responsibilities. She was a Christian and loved going to church with her family.
Inocencia had a great personality and enjoyed being around others. She loved to travel and go on cruises. She enjoyed cooking for her family and made good Filipino dishes. Her favorite color was blue.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Braulio and Monica Delfin; brother, Pedro Delfin; and sisters, Salvation Delfin and Lourdes Delfin.
Survivors: Son, Bryan Caruana and wife, Lisabelle Paranda; daughter, Kimberly Caruana-Salinas and husband, Michael Salinas; grandchildren, Joseph Ramirez, Savannah Caruana, Sabrina Caruana, Anthony Salinas and wife Sabrie Salinas, Vanessa Luna and husband Markus Luna, Isabella Caruana and Memphis Caruana; and great-grandchildren, Juliana Ramirez and Scarlett Ramirez.