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1937-2020
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Erlinda Restituto

Lovingly memorialized by Restituto Children on 25 December 2020

Erlinda, fondly called Tita Lyn by her former students and Ate Lyn to her younger siblings has left us on the wee hours of Christmas Eve. After experiencing a debilitating stroke four years ago, she hanged on for a while. She was a strong woman and did not give up easily. We surmised that she wasn’t ready then. Her mission for sure was to prepare her loved ones for her inevitable departure. After all, she was the leader of the pack of seven siblings still living in the Philippines. Since their eldest sister lives abroad, Mama Lyn had to be
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2005-2020
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Sophia Chiuchiolo

Lovingly memorialized by Bridget & Paul Chiuchiolo on 14 September 2020

Our sweet Sophia Marie passed from this world to the other side on February 12, 2020. Ever since Sophia's arrival on April 24, 2005, she has brought so much joy to our lives with her beautiful smile, bubbly personality, and kind heart. Her artistic abilities and diverse interests allowed us to cheer her on with many endeavors- art and pottery classes, horseback riding, piano and guitar, dance, cheer, and tennis. Sophia's love of fashion was evident in her room decor, closet, and book collection of designers. Anyone who knows Sophia also knows of her passion for K-pop (especially Black Pink
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1979-2020
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DeAdera Gardner

Lovingly memorialized by Kimmecha Smith on 24 July 2020

DeAdera Deshena Gardner, 40, of Irving, TX. died Saturday July 18, 2020.  Daughter of Willie Clide Gardner and Sarah Lee Owens Gardner, born in Wichita Falls, TX. August 9, 1979. She was an Honor roll graduate of Hirschi High School and UT of Arlington Campus in 2002, completing with a Bachelor of Psychology Degree. DeAdera worked as an Allstate Claims Rep and was a longtime faithful member of Kingdom Living Ministries, where she was a part of the finance committee. DeAdera was a 2-year volunteer basketball coach for the YMCA Regulators. She was a great lover of God, children, reading, art and poetry. She
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1929-2020
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Pauline Thierry

Lovingly memorialized by Extended Thierry Members on 01 July 2020

Juanita and Fernand Patin relocated from Baton Rouge, Louisiana to Los Angeles, California. Pauline had five siblings; Babe, who died in childhood, Fernand, Jr. (aka Bub), Claire, Roland, and Grace and attended St. Lawrence Catholic School. Pauline married Calvin Joseph Thierry on June 16, 1956 and the two immediately began their family that ultimately included Calvin, Jr. (Todd), Rosemarie, Dee, Timothy, Barbara, Kevin, Louis, and Jeffrey. Pauline’s gardening, cooking, baking, entertaining, and being a good neighbor, especially at the little house on Linnet, were her primary pastimes throughout this period. Following Calvin’s death from cancer on January 27, 1991, Pauline moved
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1969-2020
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Leela Kvesic

Lovingly memorialized by Joy Davis on 30 June 2020

Leela (Ljiljana) Helena Kvesic has been a bright light in the lives of many. As an educator, her genuine love and care for her students not only helped prepare them for their careers, but also nurtured them into becoming good people that we could all be proud of. Leela's smile and positivity were infectious to everyone lucky enough to cross paths with her. Her love for people was evidenced by her desire to make people feel special, and good about themselves. Her love also extended to animals, as she adopted several cats and dogs who also felt equally special. As a
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1947-2020
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Pamela Harris

Lovingly memorialized by Vance Temple on 31 May 2020

Pamela was a gentle, free spirit who loved life and everyone around her.
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1952-2012
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Rachael Aina

Lovingly memorialized by Funmilola Aina on 31 May 2020

To the one who cared for me I offer this thought It's something I learned without being taught In all the world there is no other Who holds the place of my dear mother. She was kind,accommodating,empathetic and she loved without measure. If only I could have one more day with her..just one..For words not spoken, gestures not made, apologies not rendered and feelings not made known. To my loving mom I'd like to say THANK YOU: + For caring for me. + For loving me. + For the amusement parks you took us to. + For the pictures and
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1942-2020
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Dayton Carr

Lovingly memorialized by Renee Monroe on 11 May 2020

“Those who go down to the sea in ships, who do business on great waters, they see the works of the Lord, and His wonders in the deep. For He commands and raises the stormy wind, which lifts up the waves of the sea. They mount up to the heavens, they go down again to the depths; their soul melts because of trouble. They reel to and fro, and stagger like a drunken man, and are at their wits' end. Then they cry out to the Lord in their trouble, and He brings them out of their distresses. He calms the storm, so that its waves are still.” – Psalm 107:23-29
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1947-2020
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Earl Smith (Trialfa Omega)

Lovingly memorialized by Olivia Omega on 02 March 2020

Earl Eugene Smith (Trialfa Ankh-Maat Omega), 72, was born on November 19, 1947, and passed away on February 28, 2020. He was a Vietnam War Veteran, World-Renowned Grand Master Martial Artist, Grand Master Mason, Progressive Educator, and a Philosopher ahead of his time. His spiritual devotion, distinct laugh, sense of humor, and dapper style will be missed by many. Trialfa most likely entered this world in either a 3-piece suit or a karate gi and was never seen without one or the other. He was born and raised in Moultrie, Georgia and attended Colquitt County High School. After graduation, he committed
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1942-2018
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Evelyn Bonar

Lovingly memorialized by Angela Berkey on 25 March 2018

Eulogy for Momma One of the many things I can say when I speak of my mother is that she loved her family. She would routinely do without so her children could have more. Even as far as wearing worn out clothes so we could have new ones. So I find it fitting to use this passage to define what love is. 1 Corinthians 13:4-10 New International Version (NIV) 4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is
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