OBITUARY

Florida C. Acosta

August 2, 1931April 28, 2013
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Florida C. Acosta was born on August 2, 1931 and passed away on April 28, 2013 in Fremont, CA.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Thursday, May 2, 2013
  • Vigil Thursday, May 2, 2013
  • Celebration of Life Friday, May 3, 2013

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Burial
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Florida C. Acosta

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Germaine Ferrer

May 3, 2014

Thank you grandma for raising and putting up with me during my early years and for being my friend when I moved to a new town. You always helped me when I needed help and were always by my side when I was down. You loved us all and you always showed it through your actions, I particularly loved the way you'd brag about spending your winnings on us if you ever won the jackpot. I will miss the way you would always offer me food when you knew I was already full. I will miss the way you'd always try to buy me something even though you knew I could easily afford it. I will miss seeing you and that feeling will never go away, but I wont be sad. For you are finally are where you are happy and that's all that matters to me. I am so sorry I couldn't be by your side with everyone else in the end, and I hope you understand that. But I know you will be there to greet me in the new beginning.
I love you grandma.

Charlene Adriano

May 1, 2014

Dear Grandma,

No words can describe how much you mean to me and how much i miss you. These past few days have been difficult without you here. But i know that you're not in pain anymore, and you're in a better place with Grandpa and your loved ones watching us in heaven. I am truly blessed to have such an amazing grandmother like you that i could look up to and always admire. Thank you for always loving me unconditionally and teaching me from right and wrong to be raise to be the the woman that i am today. As life goes on, i'll always remember the little things that you did, and how much you impacted not only me but others as well with your kind heart. I'll always remember the times whenever i came to visit i would catch you falling asleep on the couch when you would be watching your Filipino Soap Operas on TFC. I'll especially never forget how much of a good cook you were (Sinigang Salmon) and how much you were so devoted in your faith. As your journey in life has come to an end, your legacy and your love for others will never be forgotten. And though our time together was limited i'll always cherish the memories we had together.

Love always and forever,
Your Granddaughter
Chanelle

Myrna "Acosta" Adriano

May 1, 2014

Missing you always mom! You are always in my heart and prayers. Keeping your legacy of love, peace and charity. I LOVE YOU MOM!

Your loving daughter,
Myrna

Jerrold Meer

April 30, 2014

Grandma, I will never forget the most important value that you taught us, and that is family values. I know that you and grandpa are up there looking down and watching us. Please keep us safe from harm and danger. I will always carry your legacy with me and surely our family will as well. There is not a day that goes by that I think about you and pray that you are still physically here. But I know that deep down in your heart, you want us as a family to not be sad and that you are in a better place now with grandpa. Till we meet again in eternal life, I love you grandma... your grandson, Jerrold Meer.

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