Aida Young Breslin
May 4, 1928 – September 4, 2019
Aida Breslin passed away peacefully with family at her side.
Daughter of William Young and Arcadia Asibal and sister of Jeannie, Lillian, Marylin, and Fred. Born and raised in Cebu, Philippines and graduate of Silliman University, PI. Dedicated wife of the late Tony Breslin (d.2014) and survived by children Mona, Tony, and Stella, and grandchildren Alexandra, Emily, Paul, Hannah, Hadley, and Oliver.
Remembered as hard working mother and RN Psych Nurse, teen WWII survivor, family Matriarch and go-to counselor and listener. Appreciated by children, nieces, and nephews for family gatherings and trips, and grandchildren for sleepovers, school shopping trips, Asian food, Otter pops, and chicken adobo.
Visitation Sun. 9/15/19 from 5-9PM with Rosary at 7PM at Lima Family Santa Clara, 466 N. Winchester Blvd. Santa Clara. Funeral Mass Mon. 9/16/19 at 9:30AM at Our Lady of Peace Church, 2800 Mission College Blvd. Santa Clara.
- Visitation Sunday, September 15, 2019
- Rosary Sunday, September 15, 2019
- Funeral Mass Monday, September 16, 2019
Aida Young Breslin
Carolina Josol Dumadag
September 19, 2019
Really been always thinking of you but don't know how to get through. Wondered why I havn't got any calls from you for a long time now so I got my granddaughter find you and this is what she found. I know you've been thinking of me, too for we we're the best mates during those days in Silliman. (In the dorm photo I am the one at your left) This is maybe why I just kept on reminiscing those days when we were in school...now you're gone...goodbye my, friend and I am so sorry this is too late but nevertheless, I found you.......I will miss you, Carol
September 15, 2019
I have the fondest memories of her and remember her as a very strong woman. She was such a caring and thoughtful person. When I first arrived here in the USA, she reached out to make sure I was doing fine and extended an invitation to visit the family in California. Sadly, we never got to see each other. She will be missed. May she rest in peace.
September 12, 2019
Aunty Aida was the best and we will miss her so much. When we would visit or go on trips together she was the leader and took care of everyone. I'll never forget the way she came to Lubbock to care for mom, she was so loving and so softhearted. The Texas family says "hello" and you guys are in our prayers. We love you!!! Mitch
September 8, 2019
Aida and her family have been our neighbors since the 1960s when we all moved to the same street. We enjoyed Aida's smile and laughter over the years. We can't believe she is gone. We pray that Aida's spirit will float over her family, watching over them, with her husband Tony. We shall miss you Aida. Wishing peace to the children we grew up with Joey, Mona, and Annie (Tony, Mona, Stella), and their children too. With love from the Copeland family - Shuko, Cousette, Francis, Stuart