It is with a heavy heart that we solicit your help for the funeral expenses of our beloved grandma.
Grandma Yi passed away on December 4th. She was diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease and was put on dialysis for the past 8 years. Unfortunately, through the pain and struggle she held on as long as she could before gaining her wings.
"Grandma was an amazing woman who was dearly loved by her husband, four children, and 11 grandchildren. My tribute to Grandma is on behalf of all her grandchildren. While I may be her second oldest grandchild, there are 11 of us, and we all brought her great joy.
Even though our family is huge and each one of us is different from the next, there's one thing we all have in common: our love for her. My grandma gave me many gifts in my life - gifts that went far beyond the physical and material. Take a moment to look around. Every one of us here have been touched by this woman's life in some way. She continues to remain an anchor in this community; bringing us together. Today, I invite you to reflect upon the gifts this amazing woman may have brought to your life and I ask you, to go out and share your gifts with others.
I know for a fact that I will never forget you and how much you’ve impacted my life. I promise to always keep your memory alive and all the things that you have taught me to become a better, loving, and humble person just like you are. We love you Grandma. We will never forget you. We’ll take care of each other, don’t worry. You can go in peace. We, the grandchildren, will never forget you. We will love and miss our sweet grandmother for the rest of our lives. I know you’ll be looking down on us and that you’ll finally be pain-free and in peace. Heaven gained an angel! In the meantime, catch up with Muscle Uncle! Tell him we said hi! We will see you again soon! See you later, alligator!! I love you so much!! I love you more than all the stars in the sky, Grandma. I’m going to miss you so much... 하늘나라에서 우리 다시만나요... 하늘만큼 당만큼 사랑해요 RIP 1/20/40-12/4/19 "
It is with a heavy heart that we must come together to honor her memory in the way that she would have liked for it be remembered. We are hoping to collect funds that will assist our family with the proper services in her memory. Any donations are appreciated.
- Michelle Axelsson
- Eunice Ahn