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Alyssa Miriam Alhadeff

May 1, 2003 – Feb 14, 2018


Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Chapel Obituary

Alyssa Alhadeff passed away on February 14, 2018. Funeral Home Services for Alyssa are being provided by Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Chapel of North Lauderdale, FL.

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As you remember your beloved one, may our Father, the God of peace, give you comfort and peace in every way today, tomorrow, and always. Please accept my sincere condolences.

Alyssa - so beautiful, strong and passionate. So amazing and kind. We miss you immensely and we love you.

The action that your family has taken to ban assault weapons and to inspire others to take action to do the same, serves as a continual memorial to your daughter. You are doing Tikkun Alom, the most glorified of the mitzvot, and while you remember your daughter every day, the work you do was inspired by your daughter and as you continually do this work, your daughter will always be by your side guiding you. Mike Kamins- Professor at the Peter Drucker School.

As we approach a year since that horrific day, I think about the children who went seeking and education and fell victim to the senselessness in our society and my heart breaks. But it especially breaks as I look at the individuals, such as the beautiful Alyssa, who paid the price for such senselessness. I pray for her family, that you are successfully coping with her loss and that each day gets easier and that you can see better things ahead. (Jeremiah 29:11)

My sincere condolescene to the Alhadeff Family. I have a daughter and I cannot imagine, life without her. Your loss is very heartbreaking and just doesnt make any sense, why these shootings keep happening, and taking away these amazing loving innocent young children. Your daughters smile is priceless! A beautiful Angel will be watching over you. Continued prayers to the Alhadeff family and extended families. Im so sorry for your loss....
-Karen A. Fears ( McAllen, Texas)

I might of not knew Alyssa but when I heard about the shooting I was devastated.

I'm very sorry for your loss of her. I'd like to extend my heartfelt condolences to family and friends. She sounded like a sweet, wonderful person. May the peace of God, who is the God of all comfort, sustain you during this most difficult time; binding up your broken hearts. (Isaiah 61:1, 2)

What a beautiful daughter you had and she is going to be even beautiful in the new, world when the earth is restored back into a paradise. You can see her again Almighty God promises the dead will rise, this is called a resurrection. At Acts 25:14