Flora
Flora Baldonado Baliling Rosary will be recited Friday for Flora B. Baliling, an Inglewood resident for 43 years. Born May 10, 1917 in Badoc Ilocos Norte, Philippines, she died peacefully on October 26, 2010. Mrs. Baliling is survived by three children - Amelia, Florence and Joseph; seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Viewing at McCormick Mortuary, 635 S. Prairie Ave, Inglewood, CA 90301 Phone # (310) 792-7580 Thursday 10:00am - 8:00pm; Friday 10:00am - 9:00pm. Rosary will be recited on Friday, November 5 at 7:00pm at McCormick Mortuary. Mass will be celebrated at 9:30am Saturday, November 6 at St. John Chrysostom, Inglewood. Burial will follow at Inglewood Park Cemetery.

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  1. Dear Amelia and Baliling family, We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved Flora. Charlie and I hold you in prayer in this sad time. May the knowledge she rests in Peace with Our Lord comfort you. Susan and Charlie

  2. My prayers and thoughts are with you.Your mother must have been so proud of your successes..academically,professionally,and as a lovely Catholic woman

  3. Dear Amelia, You and your family are in my prayers. May your mother be welcomed with open arms by Our Lord, His Blessed Mother and all the angels and Saints. She will look after you from on high. Love, Judy Lemm

  4. Heartfelt condolences and prayers from the Hovan Family– Jocelyn, Emily and Michael. Auntie enriched our lives and will always be remembered as a respected, kind and gracious leader of the family.

  5. Lila, I’ll always remember the kindness and hospitality you showed me whenever I visited. I will miss you but am happy that you are with Him now. Love, Asuncion

  6. To The Family of Flora Baliling, My heartfelt condolences are being sent to you all in this time of loss. Know that friends share in your sorrow. Our Rosary after Mass will never be the same without her devout presence. May Flora rest in peace. With love, Leah

  7. Dear Florence & the Baliling Family, Our deepest condolences to you all, it was indeed a pleasure to have met Auntie, such a wondeful woman, may she rest in peace. Our family share your sorrow and at the same time join you in prayers for auntie and uncle to be reunited once again in glory. May you find comfort in knowing that many people love and care for you specially at this most difficult time. Love, Florence, Helen, Alfred, Imelda, Agnes, Sharon & Adrian Naidas

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