Aunt Lydia was a true princess--noble, kind, generous and loving. The funeral service and the outpouring of love were a fitting tribute to this beautiful lady who made the best rice, beans and chicken in the whole cosmos. She joins Larissa and Scully in my morning prayers for health, strength, and abundance for all of our family and friends still on this side.
Rest in peace, our beautiful Aunt Lydia.
I'm sorry about your mom. the pictures were very nice. she was loved by everyone. may she rest in peace..
You are my heart, I cherish every moment I ever spent with you and I could never thank you enough for everything that you have done for me and my brothers. You raised me from when I was a little girl, so I see you as my mother as well as my grandmother. Everything I am today is because of you, and I will live the rest of my life and raise my son to make you proud. I am so greatful he had the chance to know you and be loved by you, that type of love is priceless. My heart has a huge hole in it now that your gone, but it also has so much warmth and love in it from all my memories with you. I hope you are with grandpa looking down on the amazing family the both of you created and I hope that you're both smiling and proud of all of us. We all love you and will miss you dearly. Love always and forever Natosha and your lil' munchkin Andre xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox
Dear Sandy, Vivian, Raymond and Carl,
We were very sorry to hear about your mom. I remember her and your dad and my mom and dad having so much fun together. I always loved and respected your parents and after your dad passed away i was in touch with your mom. May God bless all of you with all the loving memories of your mom and dad.
With sincere sympathy and love,
Jean Argila Keegan and husband Ed Keegan
P.S- I was very glad we were able to make the funeral mass and see all of you.
M Y EARLIEST MEMORIES OF MY AUNT, WAS SHE ALWAYS WORE ASMILE& SHE WAS VERY KIND.AUNT LYDIA WAS THE FIRST PERSON TO INTRODUCE ME TO TEA CUP READING,WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.OLIMPIA