Silvia de Oliveira Martins, Mc Poze’s lawyer, was buried this Monday at the Jardim da Saudade de Paciência cemetery, in the West Zone of Rio. The wake brought together around 100 people and brought back memories of Silvia, who is described as a synonym for joy, life and love. The lawyer died on Sunday as a result of liposuction surgery carried out in the early hours of Saturday morning. The operation was a big dream for Silvia, who had already undergone other aesthetic procedures.
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In Chapel 5, Silvia’s friends and relatives dedicated a service to her, in which they not only preached about an example of faith and community, but also praised her qualities, especially her strength and commitment to her family. The lawyer lost her husband in 2005 and raised Pedro, her only son, on a supermarket cashier’s salary. Today the boy is studying law and wants to follow in his mother’s footsteps.
— We have lost someone who made a crucial difference in our lives. Silvia was able to transform any environment, make it relaxing, everything became a party with her. Example of a wife, girlfriend, daughter and mother. “It seems like there is a void in us, but she leaves a legacy of faith, love and compassion,” said the priest and friend of Silvia.
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Pedro Oliveira, 21, Silvia’s son, recalled the financial difficulties they had in the past and how dedicated his mother was to raising him.
— Many people ask, “Why did she do that?” She was already so beautiful.” It’s not just about vanity. It’s about dreams, about their will. We never had anything, we starved together. It was a moment of harvest, of fulfillment. We made dreams come true. She managed to buy a house, she took care of herself. My mother is my biggest motivation. It was always her. “I don’t know what it will be like now that she’s gone,” he said, wiping away tears.