Lorelei Grace Salmon

July 28, 2012June 24, 2018
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Our most precious angel, Lorelei Grace Salmon passed away on June 24, 2018 while being embraced in her mother’s arms.

She was born on July 28, 2012 to Benjamin and Megan Salmon in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Lorelei was diagnosed with Aicardi Syndrome at 3 months old. Lorelei's medical condition brought many struggles and challenges to her life. Even though every day was a battle she was the strongest warrior. She persevered no matter what and defied the odds against her. Lorelei enjoyed the outdoors, especially during the day with the sun shining on her face. She enjoyed swimming and the freedom she felt from being in the water and not in her wheelchair. Listening to music always brought a smile to her face. Lorelei’s signature mark was wearing the bows in her hair, which her mother would always tell her the bigger the bow the closer to god.

Lorelei was an inspiration to us all and even though she could not walk or talk she taught us so many life lessons. The one lesson that I know Lorelei would want to be remembered by is to never give up. To always keep going and when you fall down seven times stand up eight. Lorelei truly loved the simple things that most of us here on earth take for granite every day. Lorelei was the absolute definition of resiliency.

Lorelei had a beaming charismatic personality. She brought so many wonderful people into her life and we will forever be grateful to all who so lovingly cared for her. She had such a vibrant spirit that would light up an entire room. We will forever cherish all the memories Lorelei left in this world and the impact she made in our hearts.

Fly high my sweet Angel.

Lorelei is survived by her parents Benjamin and Megan Salmon; Her loving grandparents Marcia and Bill Lindsey; and numerous other loving relatives and friends.

On Saturday, July 28, 2018, Lorelei’s birthday, we will have a celebration of life from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at Earthman Bellaire Funeral Home, 4525 Bissonnet St., Bellaire, TX 77401.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, July 28, 2018

Lorelei Grace Salmon

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Marlene, Teo, and Erika Kusjanovic

July 27, 2018

A beautiful life, a beautiful angel, a beautiful girl. A memory of Lorelei will always be kept in our hearts. We loved her and we will never forget her. Megan, we don't have the right words to ease your pain. We hope our prayers asking God to console you and to give you strength are answered. Your little angel is in God's hands, and we know Lorelei also is asking God to keep her mommy happy and content. When you feel sad, weep. Tears are a prayer of the heart. When you feel lonely, pray. Prayers put you in the company of angels, especially your little angel. You were a great mom to Lorelei. Take one day at a time and God will give you the courage to face each day. With all of our love,

Marlene, Teo and Erika

Kim Muszynski

July 18, 2018

Lorelei, by now you are shining your beautiful Angel Wings down on us especially your Mommy, who misses you dearly. Abby, your Aicardi sister, shares so many memories and stories since I always showed her your beautiful smile and told her all about you 💝 We are sending many prayers for healing and comfort to mommy and your family. I’ll always remember the calls with your mommy and how we called the hospital together to make sure you had the best care👍You and your mommy are our hero’s and your light and love will continue to shine on us all, all our love and will be there to celebrate your life on 7/28🙏

Kenneth McClenny

July 13, 2018

It's was my joy to be with you Lorelei to read and pray with you these last few years as your Chaplain. You beautiful spirit will live on.

Bobbi Jones

June 28, 2018

As you go
We will miss you sweet girl as you go
We will smile when we remember
All the giggles and the cries
You always had a sparkle in that precious eye
Your family and friends will will one day meet you again
So rest in the arms of Jesus as you go

I was one of the nurses in Fayetteville, NC She used to say my name even after she moved to Texas. She brought light to so many. Forever in my heart sweet Lorelei.

Tonya Scroggs

June 27, 2018

Hello. We are the Scroogs family. My daughter Cella has Aicardi Syndrome. I do not have a memory , but a word to try and comfort you and your family in this time. We love you and know your strength to carry on into tomorrow. You are in our thoughts always. Lorelei, fly with your Snow White wings and embrace Heaven and the Angels.