McLeod Mortuary

1919 East Valley Pkwy, Escondido, CA


Lubomyra A Yoldas

2 March, 194625 April, 2020

Lubomyra A Yoldas, age 74, of Ramona, California passed away on Saturday April 25, 2020. Lubomyra was born March 2, 1946.

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Lubomyra A Yoldas

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Linda Graf Bichsel

May 14, 2020

Luba was one of the kindest, strongest, thoughtful and caring woman I knew. And what a cook! She was so good to my Godmother Ann Sickeler who believed the sun rose and set in Luba’s eyes.
Everyone was lucky to have had her pass through their lives.

Sara Callari

May 8, 2020

Sending love and prayers to the Yoldas family. What a beautiful soul. I only met her a few times but each time came away with a bright, beautiful feeling. May God hold her in the palm of His hand.

Claudia Patton

May 7, 2020

I have countless beautiful and tender memories of Luba....her generosity, warmth, and devotion to my Mother is what first drew me to her. Many years ago, as our 'acoss the street' neighbor in Pittsburgh, she and Bulent embraced Mother as if she was their own. Luba was always up for a superb meal at a special restaurant, a nightly neighborhood walk, a museum or shopping visit, a treat to get ice cream, or just a relaxing chat on the porch. Years later, when she lived across the country, she never allowed our friendship to falter. Luba traveled many times to the east coast to visit, and ensured that each moment we had together was special. I was honored when she became my friend too. Her courage during the tough last few years was remarkable, she never complained or thought 'why me?' Her faith and Bulent's devotion and care sustained her.
Luba was a true original. I learned so much from her. Her unwavering love for her Ukrainian faith, her family and friends was evident to everyone who knew her. It will be difficult to imagine a world without our Luba.

Joel Borellis

May 6, 2020

Luba was a second mother to me growing up in Pittsburgh. The attention and guidance she gave me will always be cherished. She was an incredible woman who gave so much to so many. Luba was also a great friend to my mother. Our families spent a lot of wonderful times together. I remember Luba’s beautiful Ukrainian Easter eggs and her great baking skills. There was always a welcome smile and some yummy sweets at Luba’s. We miss you Luba, Rest In Peace.