Juana Mosquera

Obituary of Juana Mildred Mosquera

Juana Mildred Mosquera age 64 of Atlantic City passed away on Friday May 15, 2020 in Atlanticare Medical Center, City Division surrounded by her family via video (due to COVID-19 restrictions). Millie, as most people lovingly knew her, was born May 30, 1955 in Vinces, Ecuador. Millie came to Atlantic City, New Jersey on 8/31/1986. Millie was very loved among the community in Atlantic City. Millie worked for Trenton Avenue Pharmacy for over 20 years. Millie loved her job and her daily customers that became her family and friends. She had a passion for dancing and music, she was always the light of the party wherever she went. Millie lived a life about love. A love for her children; a love for her grandchildren. She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. From head to toe, she was a lady of presence, sophistication, and fun. She was pure beauty, elegance, and class. You could not walk through her doors without being offered "cafe". Her greatest accomplishment was her family. She was preceded in death by her parents Aureulio & Maruja, her biggest love her grandmother "Mama Leonor", her husband and life partner Segundo Granja, and her sister Lucrecia. Millie is survived by her three children: Millie Davila Mosquera, Guillermo Davila Mosquera (Soraya Mayorga), & Maria Hankins (Damian). Seven grandchildren: Karen Davila, Carlos Davila, Damian Hankins, Klaudia Hankins, Karla Nicole Davila, Nicolas Davila, and Heaven Loatman who will always continue to spread her love. She is also survived by three sisters: Nora, Jesus, and Primi, one brother: Aurelio and her adoring niece Carmen Moran. as well as her best friend who became a sister to her, Conchita Villalobos who is now an Aunt to her children. She will be tremendously missed by all her family and friends. Relatives and friends may call at the Gormley Funeral Home LLC, 2706 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City Monday May 18, 2020 from 11:00am until 12 Noon with the current limitations of gatherings and masks are required. Our family would like to thank and acknowledge the expressions of sympathy, prayers, and love that has been extended to our family during this difficult time.