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"Alzheimer's is a dirty word" Yvonne Mabee

Total Number of Gifts: 7
Total Value of Gifts: $1,065.00

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Larry, Donya, Lindsey & Jackson Ledbetter

Lee Mabee

Harold & Claudia Wiens

Harriet Johnson

Dan Cox

Mrs. Gina Monique Birkholz

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My beautiful loving mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's at the age of 64. Alzheimer's is such a horrible slow death that robbed years from my mothers life. Yvonne went home to be with the Lord after a 10 yr battle but even at the end of her life was able to say her 3 favorite words, "I love you". She was involved in 2 study medications through UCLA in the hopes that others would not have to suffer from the terrible illness. Thank you for your help in finding a cure for this terrible disease.
On behalf of the whole family!

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Madeleine C. Hill
Thu, May 24, 2012
Your mom sounds like an extraordinary woman. Thank for sharing a small piece of her with all of us!
I just lost my beloved father to the same diseases. I cared for him in his home in Westlake. I recently moved to Camarillo Springs because there were too many memories in Westlake, some good and some extremely difficult to share.
I believe our parents are in a better place and I know one day we will be reunited. I feel so alone and lost right now but then I try to remember. "This too shall pass."
Thanks again for your brief story. It really uplifted me!
Madi Hill

Mon, Apr 30, 2012
Your story is touching and your mother sounds like an amazing woman.

Dan Cox
Sat, Aug 20, 2011
I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother, Gina. Hope my gift goes a long way toward ending Alzheimer's.

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