Aurore
Aurore Salameh was born on August 4, 1923 and very sadly passed away on August 13th, at 11:00p.m. She is survived by her three children Claudia, Christiane, Roland, and her grandchildren Gannon, Giselle and Segolene, and of course many more relatives. Our mother and grandmother was a saint, a wonderful mother, a great grandmother, a most caring and gentle person inside and out with a heart of gold. Oh yes we will miss her so terribly, she left such an emptiness in our hearts. God Bless you and take care of you mom and grandma. May you rest in peace with dad in heaven !!!!!!!! Vigil service Friday, August 22, 2008 at 7PM at the Rice Chapel, 5310 Torrance Bl., Torrance, CA. Funeral Mass will be Saturday, August 23, 2008 at 12 noon at St. Lawrence Martyr Church, Redondo Beach with committal in Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA.

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  1. Aurore was not only a wonderful sister to me, but was also a truly exceptional woman & will be greatly missed by all who knew her. As a young woman, she was an early pioneer of sorts for the emancipation & equal rights of women in the old country. She was an accomplished dancer, full of life, family oriented & always kind & generous to others. Aurore looked after me & guided me throughout my life. I am eternally grateful for her love/influence. Aurore, rest in peace & God Bless. Heaven now has another angel to watch over us! Love, Noel & Wife, Cynthia

  2. To my very dears Cousins. all my sympathy,Love and prayers are with you.God Bless you and protect you always. My cousin Aurore is and will always be in my prayers. From your cousin Monique and family.

  3. To Claudia, Christiane, Roland, Louis and Noel, Words cannot heal the pain of losing someone so dear ! During these difficult moments, we’re thinking of you to wish you hope in the midst of your sorrow and may God give you strength to overcome your pain. With heartfelt sympathy

  4. Dear Claudia And Family, ~Beyond Life’s Gateway~ There’s an open gate at the end of the road. Through which each must go alone, And there in a light we cannot see, Our father claims His own…Beyond the gate, your loved one Finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort in the thought That a loving God knows best. May God, who calls our dear one home and grants them peace and rest, Give your family strength and faith to say that He indeed knows best. Love Always, Jackie (From Lisa’s Bon Appetit)

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