Luz Alinsunurin Lawler
May 25, 1956 – March 20, 2020
Luz Alinsunurin Lawler was born in the Philippines in Makati, Rizal on May 25, 1956 to Alipio and Encarnacion Alinsunurin. She was the eighth of nine children. She graduated from the Perpetual College of Nursing with a degree in Nursing. Together with her brother Rafael, she traveled abroad to Germany where she worked as a nurse for 5 years. It was here she met her future husband SFC Roland B. Lawler, a soldier in the US Army. They were married on May 12, 1987 in the locale congregation of Frankfurt. They settled down in the city of Colorado Springs to raise their two sons, Christopher and Adam. She is survived by her husband, her two children, and one grandson (Nolan).
She has been an active and dedicated member of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ) for her entire life and has remained faithful—to her duties and to our Lord God—until the end.
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Luz Alinsunurin Lawler
March 23, 2020
Our hearts are broken. Words cannot express the sadness we feel in our hearts. We can’t believe you’re gone.
We remember when we first moved to Colorado, you and Bro. Roland made us feel so welcomed. You opened your home to us and made us feel like part of your family.
We will remember the sound of your voice whenever you would call us to come over for lunch/dinner. Then stay for hours while we shared stories and the good food that you always made.
We remember the times when we’d go shopping whenever there was a sale (or just to have an excuse to go out), especially on Black Fridays, not minding the cold and the crowd.
We are glad that you were able to visit us here in California.
You were so giving with your unconditional love and kindness. We will cherish your memories with us forever. Having you in our lives was such a blessing, and we love you and will miss you forever.
March 22, 2020
A loving wife, mom, grandma and a friend. Gives the best stories in town. Makes the best fruit cake, roasted chicken and spring rolls. Loves bags and has great taste in fashion. A dog mom to Princess and Brad. Life of the party. Coolest grandma ever. You will be very missed, Mom.