I love Grace. She is unique, and lovely. My first memory of her was at a Baha'i funeral. She stayed after at the gravesite, alone, and sang the most beautiful song to heaven. I feel that her advice to us would be -- more singing! more dancing!
I was blessed to meet and enjoy the sweet spirit of this lovely lady and saw her in November while visiting in Seattle. she will be missed but always remembered and loved. We spent many times together when I lived there.
I had the very enjoyable experience of working with Grace for seven years in a program that assisted homeless families. I willl always remember Grace for her generous spirit, her compassion for those suffering the hardships of homelessness, her love of children, and her unforgettable laugh. She enriched the lives of all of us who worked with her. My condolences to her family during this difficult time.
Grace and I worked together for about 4 years helping the homeless. Grace had a special quality of finding the best in others, and even in difficult situations could find something to laugh about that would bring a smile to your face. She loved her son and he was the joy of her life. She had a strong faith that kept her strong and I will always remember with delight her laugh that was pure and joyous.
Grace, you are loved! You are a wonderful person. We will remember you in our prayers. And please put a good word in for us when you are dancing in the Abha Kingdom! No more suffering! with love, Littlebrave