Almena Lomax


Almena Lomax, a longtime civil rights activist, journalist and former editor of the Los Angeles Tribune, died Friday, March 25, 2011, in Pasadena, California after a short illness. She was 95, and is survived by four children.

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To the children and family of Almena, may you find comfort and strength in knowing that one day soon you will have the chance to see your loved one again. She spent her life in efforts of making sure everyone was treated equally. May you find comfort in knowing that God is not partial (Acts 10:34) and one day soon he will see to it that everyone will be in peace and harmony with no more prejudices.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

A Big Thank You Almena Lomax for your Dedicated Contribution to the Civil Rights Movement. May you rest in Eternal Peace. Asking that God will comfort your Family.

As a journalism student during my college days ,I appreciate all Ms. Lomax has done to help fight for our rights. As a journalist,a woman and as an american. May the Lord watch over her and all she loves.Thank You Carolyn Renee Cline-Propes

To the Lomax Family:
Mrs. Lomax was truly an unsung hero of the Civil Rights era.
God bless and keep you during this time period.

The world is a better place for having had Mrs. Lomax in it. May you find comfort in the memories, and healing in 'The Word". Family hold the banner high and remember what she taught you. My prayers are with you all.

"Weeping may endure for a night but joy will come in the morning."

Thank you for sharing Mrs. Almena for making my life better.

We thank our God for his servant of Almena Lomax doing the great duties for the cause. Prayers for her family .

Mary in Martinsville,Va.

"To the family of Almena Lomax. You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your beloved one. May the God of all comfort strengthen you at this time of grief and sorrow.