Ines Ascencao Castro, 85, Bristol

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Ines Ascencao (Camara) Castro, 85, of Franklin Court passed away on April 25. She was the wife of the late Noe Sousa Castro.

Born in Porto Santo, Madeira Islands, Portugal, she was the daughter of the late Germano and Olimpia (Melin) Camara. She was the mother of Ligia Mendonca of Bristol, Jorge Castro of Warren and Ana Travassos of Fall River; grandmother of Sandra Almeida, Luis Mendonca, Susana Mendonca, Shante Travassos and Troy Travassos; and the great grandmother of David Arruda, Michael Mendonca, Matthew Mendonca, Brianna Burns, Dillon Burns and Celena Carbajal. She was the sister of Eliza Monica, Mara Rosa Drumonde and Manuel Camara.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Ines was celebrated by Rev. Richard Narciso at St. Elizabeth Church on April 27. Liturgical readings were by Sue Mendonca and Sylvia Castro. The offertory gifts were presented by Ligia Mendonca, Jorge Castro and Ana Travassos. Burial followed in Notre Dame Cemetery, Fall River. Serving as pallbeares were Eddy Almeida, Louis Mendonca, Matthew Mendonca, Dillon Burns, Michael Mendonca, David Arruda and Troy Travassos.

Memorial donations may be made to: American Cancer Society  931 Jefferson Blvd, Ste 3004, Warwick RI, 02886.

Arrangements are by the George Lima Funeral Home. www.limafh.com

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