Obituary of Lilia Paz
September 14, 2021
Dr. Lilia S. Paz was reunited with her beloved husband Nicasio on September 14th, 2021 at age 77.
Lilia was born to Abelardo and Aurora Sales on March 14th, 1944 in San Juan Batangas, Philippines. The eldest of 9 brothers and sisters, Expedita, Vicky, Maria Luisa, Ariel, Agnes, Adel, Christina and Aureo.
Lilia went to medical school at the University of Santo Thomas and went on to successfully practice in the field of psychiatry for over 30 years.
She married Nicasio in the Philippines in 1969 and moved to New York City in 1973, going on to have two children Robert and Huey.
Lilia was known for her big heart and love of animals. An avid blackjack player, she was known to strike fear in dealers across the Northeast.
After retirement, Lilia enjoyed dining out, rooting for the New York Yankees and seeing her grandchildren.
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Dear Rob, Huey, and family,
Sorry for your loss.
Love, The Fields Family
Posted by: Scott Fields - Lake Ariel, PA - September 22, 2021
So sorry for your loss Aref and Huey..you are in our thoughts and prayers
Posted by: Emmett Towey - New York, NY - September 22, 2021
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of your saints.
Posted by: Nenita Franco - New York, NY - September 24, 2021
You will be missed, T Lily. Your joyful eyes are always a welcome in sight! May You Rest In Peace My sincere condolences to Huey, Bob, Aureo and the entire clan.
Posted by: Edwin Josue - New York, NY - September 25, 2021
I will never forget your love, your voice, your smile. You will always be in our hearts. Huey and Bray
Posted by: Huey Paz - New York, NY - September 26, 2021
In Loving Memory to Mrs. Paz. Her legacy lives on in the promise of life through her two sons, Robert and Huey, and their families forever. Alexandra Dumas
Posted by: Alexandra Dumas - New York, NY - September 26, 2021
In Loving Memory to Mrs. Paz.
Her legacy lives on in the promise of life through her two sons, Robert and Huey, and their families forever.
Posted by: Alexandra Dumas - , - September 26, 2021
God is love
Posted by: Darrish Brumidge - New York, NY - September 26, 2021
How to describe a woman when only shared from different perspectives other than my own. In my own words, I can say that she was truly exceptional. Always strived for the best even while being stubborn. But we all have that in us. A fire inside keeping us lit. And now that fire is inside of us keeping ourselves lit. However, this woman gave us a bonfire instead of a torch. Now we will be able to find peace within solitude.
Posted by: Keave Davis - Chandler, AZ - September 27, 2021
Sorry for your lost. We all love you
Posted by: James Necco - Brownsville, TX - September 27, 2021
Ate Lily was the oldest among 9 siblings. As the big sister, she had so many good qualities that endeared her to us. She was a very generous and giving person. She cared for all her younger siblings like a second mother. She was easy to talk to because she was always calm, open, and listened without judgement. She also gave good advice. We all love and miss her greatly. May she rest in peace.
Posted by: Victoria Sales - Gilbert, AZ - September 29, 2021
Dear Robert and Huey, So sorry for the lost of your mom. The good thing you have another angel watching over you. Love Daphney
Posted by: Daphney Whittaker - Melbourne, FL - October 5, 2021
My condolences to the whole Paz family. Your mother truly was a amazing and beautiful person. My god bless her. You have a angel looking over your family.
Posted by: Randy Pratts - New york, NY - November 7, 2021
I would like to send my most heartfelt condolences to the Paz family.I had the privilege to meet Dr.Paz I am forever greatfull..
Posted by: William Sebalu - Stockholm, - December 21, 2021