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Carolina Galang
July 10, 1920 - February 29, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Mississauga, Ontario, Canada -- Carolina Galang n&eacute;e Aviles (Carolina Avil&eacute;s y Obrero vda. de Galang in the traditional Filipino naming system), known by her friends as &quot;Carol&quot; and by her family and relatives as &quot;Carling&quot;, passed away on February 29th, 2016, at 5:05 AM at the Trillium Health Centre (formerly The Mississauga Hospital). She has lived a full and long life of 95 years. She is survived by her four children, Rogelio (Roger), Carmelita (Lita) Buenaventura, Magdalena (Baby) Embuscado, Thelma (Emy) Caguin and Edgardo Jr. (Eddie Boy), seventeen grandchildren, twenty-two great-grandchildren, and youngest brother &Aacute;ngel. Her husband Edgardo Sr. (Carding) passed away in 1999. Her daughter Erlinda died in infancy and her other daughter Milagros (Mila) Coronado in 2014. <br /> <br />Carolina was a long time resident of Mississauga since she immigrated to Canada in the late 1970s. She also lived in Brampton (Ontario) for about fifteen years. She was an active member of the Filipino-Canadian Seniors Association of Peel Region and the Silver Lining Filipino-Canadian Seniors Association of Peel during her early senior years until her early 80s. Carol was a lively, sociable and very active lady. She loved singing and dancing. She would always sing at family as well as senior events and parties, and lead people in line dancing, her most favourite dance of all. She was also a talented seamstress and cook. She made hundreds of beautiful dresses in her lifetime. Her family and friends would never forget the delicious food she made. <br /> <br />Her family had always been her number one priority and she is dearly missed by all of them. She has now joined her beloved husband Carding and her two daughters Mila and Erlinda in heaven. <br /> <br />Carol was laid to rest at the Glen Oaks Cemetery, Oakville, Ontario, on March 4th, 2016.</div>