1968 Aurora 2021

Aurora Moro

December 14, 1968 — April 22, 2021

Aurora Moro, 52 of Stanton passed away at home on April 22, 2021. She was born in Jersey City, New Jersey on December 14, 1968 and lived in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida prior to settling in Michigan in 2018. She had a childhood nickname of Poti which she liked and continued to use as an adult. Her father’s name is Jose Luis Moro and her mother’s name was Ann Chaviano (nee Garrido). Aurora’s family originated in Cuba and she was the first-born child of her family in the United States.
Aurora was a curious soul who took interest in many things. She enjoyed the process of learning new things which led her to obtain certification in cosmetology and in massage therapy. She was a realtor in Pennsylvania and since 2012, dedicated herself to the breeding of Biewer Terriers. She was the proprietor of PJS Biewer Terriers and was a champion Biewer Terrier breeder. She was a member of the Biewer Terrier Club of America, as breeder, exhibitor, and participant of conformation events.
She was a student at Southeastern University where she studied Theology and Ministerial Studies. She was committed to helping in the construction and expansion of churches in underdeveloped areas of Cuba, where she engaged in missionary work. She was also an active member of the Clare Assembly of God in Michigan.
She is preceded by her mother, Ann Rose Chaviano, of North Brunswick, NJ.
Her immediate surviving family are: three sons, Ari Santos, age 30, of Grand Rapids, MI; Ajani Santos (AJ), age 27, and Jonathan Espinal, age 18 who shared her family home in Stanton. Ms. Kharla Marie Garcia Mazara, AJ’s partner, also lives in the family home in Stanton and was like a daughter to her.
She is also survived by her eldest sister, Dr. Marjorie Garrido of West New York, NJ, and in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, she had her brothers, Joe Moro, Eugene Moro, Joel Moro, and sister Christina Moro. She has a sister in Cuba, Maria Elena Moro and a brother Juan Carlos Moro, in Elizabeth, NJ.
Aurora was a friend to many people, and she will continue to live in the heart of those she touched - from her children, family and friends, church family, to her beloved Biewers. Her love of life and her ability to laugh, even in difficult times, will be greatly missed.

A time to celebrate Aurora’s life will be held at a later date.

~ “…and I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever.” – Psalm 23
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