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July 17, 2018

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November 17, 2016
With deepest sympathy, may the power of prayer ease your sorrow, give you peace and provide much comfort for you during this difficult time. (Matthew 21:22)
November 1, 2016
My dear loving cousins Eileen, Erwin, Ernie, Art, Erwina, & Bobbie,

I would like to celebrate your mom's life first, by expressing my sincere condolences for our loss. Secondly, by vividly describing memories of how Auntie Bea has left a sparkling image of her life. She was 35 yrs. young and filled with love, warmth & beauty when I came to live with you all in So. San Francisco, my early days of college.

Eileen, you took my place by moving to Guam while I stayed to try and fill your absence. Your mom became a friend, an aunt & confidant, nourishing my longings to be back home. I recall our trips on your baby blue VW bug to Reno on Fridays right after work & school. The long drives were filled with chatter, singing along with the radio tunes, FM 102.5.
Auntie Bea's favorite among the numerous was "Colour my World", Barbara Streisand sang this at the time, along with the band Chicago. We purchased an 8 track (obsolete now) and played it over and over, also "Up, Up & Away, my beautiful balloon. We'd be singing, both behaving badly. Betya all didn't see that part of her... she loved music & dancing. Which is why each time I saw her after her confinement to the wheelchair, I would kiss her to remind her of my love and would sing chamorro songs to her knowing it would light her face up with a smile.
You see, my dear cousins.. the Limbic part of her brain (the emotional brain component) that exudes love, joy & play, remained in tact. I could see and feel that in her, and she knew I did feel her thoughts. I hope when or if I ever become incapacitated, you'll honor my life the same way.

I played her song on the piano "Colour my World & Misty" this morning & each time I play in her memory. I can visualize her beautiful face & loving smile.
Erwin, I know you play the keyboard beautifully, please play her song during family gatherings in her honor. Erwina & Bobbie, I know you are fine musicians (piano), remember your mom is smiling down from Heaven each time you play.

I love you with all my heart dear cousins... I pray for our families & our parents whom have departed, reunited in Heaven.. that we will live and leave our own sparkling memories for generations to come. Hugs & Kisses !

Priman,
Frances Bordallo
October 31, 2016
To the Bordallo Family, So sorry for your loss, we had so many great times with your mom. I used to take the kids to her house on Halloween when they were little! We spend time watching the Academy awards with her. There was always a lot of food there, Auntie Bea was always ready for company. I remember a year before my mother die, she made her a big pot of chicken soup. She was always giving to everyone! She will be missed! God Bless all of you! Love, Hilda and Frank and Kids
October 28, 2016
I send my love to my cousins: Erwin, Eileen, Ernie, Artie, Winnieanne and Bobbie. I will always remember your mom, my Auntie Bea. My, she had a tremendous capacity to love and accept everyone. How fun-loving she was. My mom loved her company and I loved accompanying my mom to visit Aunt Bea when she lived right up the street from our house on San Felipe. Auntie Bea reminded me of Lucille Ball when she would put on a wig. Her laughter was infectious, and oh how her eyes would sparkle.
Love you Auntie Bea.