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Ida M. Silva

October 12, 1928 - August 25, 2019

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October 14, 2019

Yesterday was grandma's 91st birthday. As we celebrate Luke's 14th birthday it reminds me that they celebrated the last 13 birthdays together. So while we may be missing her in our celebration this year we still celebrate her. We love and miss you grandma.

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Linda Mooney

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September 15, 2019

To my beloved (Mother inlaw) Mom for over 53 years. We shared and gave so much to each other. She is missed so much by her family and so glad we were able to share our love and life with her. She shared the same birthday with my own mother and they would have shared the same wedding anniversary except my parents went to LA City hall and it was closed for Columbus day and Bob and Ida went to Las Vegas that is never closed ! She also shared her birthday with her beloved 2nd Great Grandchild Luke Robert. Rober C her 1st Grand child would go diving for lobster and we would celebrate the birthdays with steak and lobster and Ida was given the largest especially on her big 80th! I was fortunate to share 52 of her birthdays with her and many times baking her favorite pie of lemon meringue for it. We shared all but one Christmas with her when she went to spend it with her son Larry and family in Idaho. After her husband Bob passed she was always included in our family trips . Robert L and I, RC and Brandon took trips with her to Vegas and visit s to Aunt Vivian and Lee and all the family as well as trips to N California to visit Uncle Russ Mooney at the Klamath River and Ida and Aunt Vivian went with us. Such a great time we had! Later after her son Robert L passed her grandson Rober C or RC as they always called him tried to carry on for dad. He did such a great job of caring for her, always taking her shopping and her handyman and savior. RC, Joanna and the two great grandkids Linnea and Luke would take her to lunch or bring it to her and spend the day with her. I know how much they meant to her. She never stopped singing their praises, she was so proud of them all the time ! Thanksgiving and Christmas was so special to her. I would pick her up in Palm Springs and we would drive to RC and Jo s or my house and sometimes Brandon and Sheree s, and how she enjoyed Sheree s great cooking ! When we helped to move her to San Marcos from Palm Springs the transition was easy for her because of RC, Joanna, Linnea and Luke were always so close and we were always doing things together. She really enjoyed the last ten years of her life and times in San Marcos until the end when she needed to be closer to Larry and his family. Once again she had loving family caring for her. What a wonderful life to be loved by so many! She will be missed by us all ! Love you, Linda

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Joan and Richard Combs

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September 13, 2019

We are so sorry to learn of our beloved Ida leaving all of her family and friends. As we reflect back and wish we had been in contact with Ida more often than we were, it tells us that everyday is important to keep in touch with your family and friends. We had some great times together from all the way back to Downey and the brass beds to San Marcos and the senior apartments. What is really going to be missed is the wonderful,crazy times that Ida and Joan shared together with the Sweet Adelines all over the country and Mexico. We all got to share both tears and uncontrolled laughter together. We are both very thankful that we got to enjoy and be part of your life for so many years May you rest in peace

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Wanette Favata Garcia

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September 9, 2019

Rest in peace Auntie. Love you, give my Mom a hug and kiss.