Luis A. Maisonet

Luis A. Maisonet, age 68, of Wilmington, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at Regency Healthcare Center.

Luis was born in Maunabo, Puerto Rico. He was the son of Ramona Ramos and Juan Maisonet. He was also raised by his maternal grandmother Juana Ramos. At the age of 18 he left Puerto Rico and moved to Chicago where he worked in a foundry putting together televisions RCA. He also lived in New York and Florida working numerous jobs in the restaurant industry before settling in Delaware where he has lived for the last 25 years. For 15 years of those years, he worked at Cokesbury Village as a cook which he enjoyed immensely before retiring due to health issues. He was preceded in death by his two brothers, Israel and Orlando Lebron.

He is survived by his son, Luis Alexander Maisonet, Jr. of Wilmington, DE; his mother, Ramona Ramos of Maunabo, Puerto Rico; four brothers, Alberto Lebron, Pedro Julio Lebron married to Violeta of West Chester, PA; Efrain Lebron married to Zaida of Caguas, Puerto Rico; Fernando Lebron married to Sue of Winston-Salem, NC; and Ricardo Lebron married to Nilda Rodriguez of Lancaster, PA; four sisters, Milagros Lebron married to Enrique Rodriguez of Lancaster, PA; Iris N. Sanchez married to Florencio of Tampa, FL; Marisol Lebron married to Jose M. Rivera of Lancaster, PA; Marilyn Ramos and her companion Miguel A. Rivera of Lancaster, PA and his former spouse, Ruthann (Kook) Maisonet of Wilmington.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, August 7th at 12 PM at Parish of the Resurrection, 3000 Videre Drive, Skyline Ridge where friends and family are invited to visitation after 10:30 AM. Burial will follow at All Saints Cemetery, Wilmington.

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Submitted by LN on
Lo siento mucho por la pérdida de su ser querido. En tiempos como este necesitamos las fuerzas que sólo Dios puede dar. Él puede sanar nuestro corazón roto y darnos paz. (Salmo 147: 3) Que Dios les dé paz y les fortalezca hasta que llegue el momento en que la muerte no será más. (Apocalipsis 21: 4)

Submitted by Rebecca on
My deepest condolences to your family in  your time of need. At John 5: 28,29 this hope remained us that all those in God's memory will be resurrected . Until then we have our memories