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Dementia Diaries: A Journey With Dementia: Funeral Services

I wanted to put out all of the information for my mom’s funeral services for all of those who wish to attend and honor her. My cousin is getting married in Colorado this weekend, so we didn’t want to infringe on her special day. For this reason, we are waiting until next week to hold services for my mom. The information is as follows:

Friday, August 11th
8660 44th St, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
Viewing: 9:00am-10:15am
Family viewing/prayer: 10:15-10:30
10:30-12:00ish: Funeral service

Following the service, any of those who wish to travel to the graveside are welcome to follow us over to Crestlawn Cemetery on Arlington Ave.

We felt like it would be meaningful for everyone to wear something purple. It doesn’t have to be the whole outfit; if you want to wear black or gray or whatever, you can add a purple accessory (a tie, scarf, jewelry, etc). Purple is the color for Alzheimer’s/dementia. It isn’t required, of course, but we thought it would be beautiful to incorporate purple into the service.

Thank you to everyone who has called, texted, visited, sent dinners and gifts, etc. Your love and support means the world to us

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