A 47-year-old Nicaraguan died on Sunday morning San Leandro, California, United States due to a fulminant heart attack, the organization reported Texas Nicaraguan Community (TNC).
Darwin Nadir Varela Roy, originally from Managua, was in the kitchen of his home preparing some food when he fell lifeless to the ground.
His sister, Elvia Varela Rodríguez, who was at the church, found him lying on the floor when she returned and called emergency services at 911, but paramedics told her he had been dead for an hour.
His sister and other relatives are still shocked by the sudden manner of his death. According to Elvia, Darwin had no previous illnesses or heart problems.
His family requests any contribution or support to cover the funeral costs and the repatriation of the body to Nicaragua. Interested parties can contact Elvia Varela Rodríguez at 415-573-4929. We thank you very much for your cooperation.
Case of Nicaraguan Fernando Mejía: family already has the means to repatriate the body
The family of Fernando Roman Mejia Lopez who died in a traffic accident USA expressed his gratitude to all the people who worked on the fundraiser to return the body to Nicaragua, TNC reported in another publication.
“Thanks to the solidarity and generosity of all of you, we managed to raise the money necessary to bring our beloved Fernando to his homeland. “We are at a loss for words to express how much we appreciate your support during these difficult times,” the family said in a statement.
Relatives also reported that he was no longer applying for any further funds and was not running an active campaign on any platform. “We ask you not to be deceived by unscrupulous people who want to take advantage of our situation. Only we have the authority to manage the resources dedicated to this,” the family warned.
The family hopes to receive Fernando’s body in the coming days and carry out the funeral according to his wishes. “We ask you to accompany us with your prayers and continue to remember Fernando as the good, hardworking and joyful man that he was,” he concluded.