Ana del Carmen Barajas was a remarkable woman. A beloved grandmother, mother, and wife, she was full of love and grace, spanning an incredible 94 years. She passed away peacefully in the early hours of February 11, 2023, surrounded by her loved ones. Born on May 18, 1928, in Garagoa, Colombia, to Alejandra and Jose Corredor. She was a brilliant, playful, and faithful woman who loved her family deeply. Her stories were so vivid, they could bring a picture to life, and her creativity and resourcefulness allowed her to provide for her children and grandchildren. With a contagious laugh and smile that lit up a room, Ana was never at a loss for words and never shy about sharing her opinions. Her hugs and kisses had a soothing effect, and she always had a good lesson and prayer to send you on your way. Ana met her soulmate, Felipe, when he began working with her father, and the two married on June 5, 1943. They spent the rest of their lives together as partners, pastors, and parents. Ana was a devoted mother to 11 children, with 8 still living. Ana was an adored Abuelita to 24 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren, who she would often pray for by name, which could take quite some time. In recent years, Ana grew passionate about coloring, spending hours each day creating beautiful and unique pieces in her coloring books. She was best known by her family as Mami or Abuelita, and always beamed with pride over her ever-growing family. Ana was preceded in death by three of her children, her parents, Alejandra Vargas and Jose Corredor, and her loving husband, Felipe. She is survived by her siblings Odalinda, Inés, and Jose, as well as her adoring children, Clara, Lydia (Anibal), Daniel (Gladys), Ruth (Fariborz), Enrique (Laura), Myriam, Damaris (Ron), and Jimmy (Claudia). Her legacy of love will live on through her cherished grandchildren, Leanna (Jay), Andrew (Briana), Carlos (Tracy), Josue (Carly), Phillip B. (Elizabeth), Elizabeth (Drew), Natalie, Daniel, Katherine, Michelle (George), Phillip M. (Caitlin), Charles, Christy (Craig), Jonathan, Michael, Diana, Joshua, Ameria, Alexander (Patty), Kethzia (Sam), Betsy, Sebastian, Juan David (Cara), and Jimmy. Ana's memory will also be carried on by her beloved great-grandchildren, Sofia, Rafael, Olivia, Colette, Delaney, Lauren, Ava, Isabella, Elijah, Leilah, Luke, Nico, Amelia, Carter, Enzo, Fulton, Lilliana, and another on the way. Ana lived a long, fulfilling life, serving God every day and embodying love. In her memory, her family asks that you show someone you love them, plant some pink flowers, and enjoy a sweet treat. She will always be remembered for her unwavering faith, her devotion to her family, and her infectious spirit. Ana will live on in all of us until we meet again.