Thalia’s grandmother dies at the age of 104

Thalia’s family is in mourning, as her grandmother, Doña Eva Mange, has died at the age of 104, the singer confirmed through her Instagram account by posting an image with a cross and with the message:

“We mourn the sensitive passing of Mrs. Eva Mange Márquez. We officially communicate the sensitive farewell of our beloved grandmother.”

In addition, in her Insta Stories, the actress also thanked her followers and the press for their understanding in this “difficult moment”.

The sister of the ‘Amor a la mexicana’ singer, the renowned actress Laura Zapata, and who was in charge of the care of Mrs. Eva, also informed her followers of her unfortunate loss with a message on Twitter: “My beloved grandmother, Eva, has already flown, a good trip back to the house of the Lord, I love you and I celebrate your new life.”

In the publication that the protagonist of Mexican telenovelas also shared, you can read a very heartfelt tribute from the whole family: “Until always beloved grandmother. Thanks for everything. Thank you for so much.”

Sources close to the family reported that Doña Eva was in the hospital at the time of her death, of which the causes are still unknown.

For several months she had presented intermittent health problems, and even in mid-May she was hospitalized for anemia, as Laura announced through her Twitter account.

However, since Mange was for a while in the Le Grand Senior asylum in Mexico City, he presented serious complications after receiving poor care. In February 2021, Laura Zapata discovered the deterioration in the health of her grandmother, who was diagnosed with a pleural effusion, in addition to nine skin ulcers known as bedsores.

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Doña Eva was born on January 21, 1918 in La Paz, Baja California Sur. He spent his youth in the capital of the Mexican state; he even married in that port, where his daughter Yolanda Miranda Mange, mother of Thalia and her sisters, was born in 1935.

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