Molly Brown Sestanovich

Washington, District of Columbia

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Dear Steve and family,
we are sorry at the loss of Molly, so classy and vibrant. Always made folks welcome and at home. Sending prayers and blessings.

I remember when Steve and Molly would visit Steve's Uncle Bob and Aunt Helen in Oakland CA. Our family lived across the street and we would always look up to them and admire how interesting and smart they were about our World.
I remember also that they would attend the Lumbarda Club socials in Oakland and how charming and fun they were.
May God smile upon Molly and all of you.
With Love and Prayers from our Lipanovich/Bacina families.

To Steve and family,
Our deep sympathy to you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers as we recall our past connection through Dundo Bob and Teta Yela.
May they rest in peace and may you find peace knowing the love they have felt for you.
Chris Bacina and Tony Lipanovich families.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you .. Molly Brown a beautiful life..

We remember visiting Mary and Billy at her folks house in Moraga and feeling so welcome and comfortable in their home. Molly had a great laugh like Mary. Molly had these cool dried flowers she was experimenting with...and we used persimmon and cloves and made wrinkled old faces out of them...soon to all have those faces ourselves. The Sestanovich family!! Absolutely, the nicest most gracious lot. Sad that you have lost your matriarch!! Hugs to you Stephen and Ben and Billy and Zoe and Stephen...

Our deepest sympathy to Molly's family.
We have been friends for many years and loved you all.


Molly's Obituary

Molly Brown Sestanovich Resident of Moraga Molly Sestanovich, 92, of Moraga, CA, died peacefully at home on March 4, 2014, with family members at her bedside. Born Molly Brown November 30, 1921, in Denver, Colorado, she was the eldest child of Benjamin and Mary Brown. Having grown up in the...

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