Thursday, February 11, 2010
In Memory of our Mother - Linda Hohl
Memorial Services for My Mom, Linda Hohl are this Friday, February 12 - at 2:30pm at inland Memorial/Hartford Chapel - 120 N. Buena Vista Dr., Hemet - in honor of Mom we are all wearing RED! It is also national "Go Red 4 Women Day" in awareness of Heart Disease and heart donor awareness. Since Mom was a heart transplant recipient we will be wearing Red in her honor and we ask all attendees to also wear RED. We will have an informal reception after at 828 Orange st in Riverside.
In Liu of flowers, we have set up two options. We have set up a CARE fund for my sister Treasure and her family to help with the transition as she was Mom's primary caregiver - for information please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
We also have an American Heart Association MEMORIAL DONATION WEBPAGE & Guestbook - to visit her memorial page go to: http://honor.americanheart.org/goto/linda.hohl
Linda Lee Barclay HUMAN Hohl...
"A woman of legacy, passion, a child-like heart of GOLD, full of unconditional love...and a woman truly after God's own heart! She touched the lives of everyone she came in contact with...was infections...nurturing and absolutely one of the most RARE and PRECIOUS GEMS in life's human circle. Today we lost an ANGEL...Woman, Mother, Daughter, Sister, and FRIEND.
Mom has been dealing with heart disease for most of her life and on March 19, 1999 she was the recipient of a heart transplant at UCLA Medical Center under the care of Dr. Jon Kobashigawa. She received her heart on a Priority One Status and the heart she received - provided almost 11 extra years of life...these extra years impacted the lives not only of her four children, their spouses, immediate and extended family...it provided a foundational family center for her "DIRTY DOZEN" - her 12 amazing grandchildren with whom she found such JOY in daily!
She was VERY passionate about heart disease, heart health awareness, heart & organ donorship and ANYTHING that had to do with her family. In honor of her memory we have set up this donation webpage and GUESTBOOK for all to give to the American Heart Association in her honor. The American Heart Association made her heart transplant possible and gave her the gift of life.
If you are not an organ donor, please remember Mom and how it changed her life and the many of those around her with this remarkabele GIFT. Being an Organ Donor is a personal choice that is truly a GIFT...for more information on being an Organ Donor go to: http://organdonor.gov/
Thank you and blessings,
The Children, Grandchildren & Family of Linda Hohl