Lula Mae Reboton

Alameda, California

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I alwas loved grandmas food and i could trust her and talk to her about anything we will miss her so much .

I always enjoyed sitting next to Ma to listen to stories of times past. I will miss that.

Thank you for welcoming me into this crazy, wonderful, loving family. You will be missed. Love you...

Grandma was always there for me, through the good times and bad. Thank you for everything you've taught me about life. I'll miss your welcoming hugs whenever I would stop by for lunch and listen to stories of your crazy life.
I'll miss you,
Love, Elliott

Ma.we were together for 43 you you taught me so much through the years. I will miss you .God Bless and I'll always Love you.

Grandma Lola was such an amazing woman. She loved and accepted everyone she met. The love her heart gave is astounding and endless. I am blessed to have had her in my life and truly learned a lot from her. She was the kind of person I strive to be. In return, her life was blessed with an abundance of love and very special people. All my love to those who are experiencing this loss as well. She is already very missed.

Ma was my favorite Great Grandma because whenever I went to her house she would give me and my brothers toys and candy from her candy bin. She always made the best food, and the warmest hugs.

Ma and Bernard 1952

I'll miss you and thank you for all you've done and taught me.

Our hearts are sad but we rejoice knowing she is in the loving arms of her friends and family that went before her. May she rest in peace knowing we will continue her loving legacy.


Lula's Obituary

Lula Mae RebotonSep 29, 1929 - Feb 26, 2014Resident of OaklandBorn in Norfolk, VA to the late Jasper and Florence Brown. Lula was the beloved wife of Michael Patterson. Mother of Linda (Vince) Alves, Reynoldo (Irene) Reboton, Florentin (Mila) Reboton, Roderick (Debbie) Reboton, Augustine (Patti)...

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