Together… we impact lives throughout San Diego by creating meaningful moments and everlasting memories for hospice patients and their loved ones.
Debbie Kay Moussafir
Debbie was a loving soul who graced those around her for 57 beautiful years. She put all others before herself. Her energizing spirit lives on through her daughter, her family, and her many friends. She is missed so dearly and loved eternally.
Alma G. Wise
To my wonderful mom. I miss you every day. With love, Jill
“I lost my dearest brother way too soon. I pray that you have peace, joy, and love surrounding you through eternity.”
In honor of our hero and buddy, “Gracie”. The first therapy dog at LightBridge Hospice. She visited hundreds of hospice patients, and Veterans.Thanks for all the love, given unconditionally.
In loving memory of the most wonderful father and grandfather. We all miss you so much but know how lucky we were to have your love, guidance, support, and care for so many years.
In loving memory of my dad “Pops.” We sadly miss his big personality, laugh and ability to show love to all. He never knew a stranger.
My sweet little (4’10”) mother loved everyone! It was a normal run of events to see her hugging someone she had just met! She was the perfect 50’s wife and mother. She kept an immaculate home and was constantly teaching my sister, Laurie, and I the rules of life, everything from running a household to sewing/knitting. Mom was such a role model, always involved in a charity, sang in her community choir, addicted to golf, a far better player than our Dad, with the trophies to prove it. And, endless sewing/knitting projects of which she received numerous awards. I am grateful that I was blessed with such a wonderful mother.
Dorothy Hunter, who I considered my step-mother, was one of a handful of people who befriended my wife and me shortly after our move to Buffalo and ultimately helped us decide to stay here to raise our family. She loved her garden and taught all of her wide circle of adopted family the value of good food and good company as a means of nurturing people, always pressing them to try and do more for the common good.
Margaret Evans was a pianist who loved her home, family and instrument, not necessarily in that order, and we teased her for years that she lived in a piano-centric universe that few others could enter comfortably. She was brilliant, combative, and endlessly energetic. She was a formidable person, and I appreciate the chance to remember her here.
Remembering my Mom “Pete”. She loved the world, and it loved her right back. Thanks for being the perfect Mom.
Albina J. Murphy
1919-2006 Thank you for being such wonderful parents – loving, supportive and compassionate. You made the world a better place for your children and everyone blessed by your presence. XOXO
Thomas J. Murphy
1912-1966 In loving memory.
Mary Jo Daly
Amazing loving mother of 5 daughters and 5 sons in law, 11 grandchildren and 1 great granddaughter!
Gifts of Gratitude
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