Former councilor Jesús Molina pointed out that “a good person has left, one of those who will always be present in our memory”
Isabel Carrasco Molina (Abarán, 1963) has passed away. She is married to Agustín García Martínez, a municipal employee, she leaves behind two children aged 26 and 22. Isabel was the victim of a cruel disease that she had been suffering from for three years. In the last two months, her health condition had worsened considerably, until last Friday night her voice was turned off forever.
Isabel Carrasco came from a well-known family in the municipality. Her mother, Trinidad Molina, who this Saturday gave a lesson in integrity at the Cieza funeral home, was a councilor in the 1979-1983 and 1983-1987 legislatures. In addition, Isabel’s brother, known in the town as ‘Pepe Jarras’, is one of the official chroniclers of the town.
Isabel had friends throughout the municipality. Proof of this is that she greeted anyone when she went out on the street. As a child, she belonged to the San Pablo parish choir, which she accompanied with her guitar and she did not leave it until the last day.
In 2007, former mayor Antonio Eugenio Gómez called Isabel to be part of the PP’s candidacy in the face of the municipal elections that year. After the elections, this neighbor became a councilor for Fiestas until 2011. “She has been a dear person who put a lot of effort into her festive and social work,” explained Gómez, who was one of the leaders who fired this woman this Saturday.
“A lover of all the festivities, he did a good job despite having the misfortune that the rain spoiled several festive programming,” recalled José Gil, Justice of the Peace.
Enthusiastic of Holy Week in his town, “he insisted on going to the procession of penitents this year and in the end he was able to complete the entire journey,” said his brother Pepe from the Cieza funeral home, which was attended by hundreds of people, Among those who were political leaders, in addition to the painter of Blanca Pedro Cano.
Former councilor Jesús Molina pointed out that “a good person has left, one of those who will always be present in our memory.” The components of the Abaran Studies Center also had a few words of praise for her, as well as the PP of Abarán, a formation to which she has always been linked.
The church of San Pablo was small this Saturday during Isabel’s funeral, whose mass was officiated by the priest José Antonio García. More than 300 people wanted to say goodbye to a woman who made herself loved everywhere she walked. She rests in peace.
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