Geradene
Halbman, Geradene Kenita ''Geri'' a 35 year resident of Torrance and Gardena passed away on Monday, June 21, 2004 in Gardena. Born in Gloucester, England January 9, 1954, Geri was 50. She is survived by her beloved husband Glen of Gardena and her devoted mother Kathleen Evans of Torrance. Memorial Services will be held Saturday, July 3, 2004 at 11:00 AM at Green Hills Memorial Park's Chapel, 27501 So. Western Avenue in Rancho Palos Verdes. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Liver Foundation (www.liverfoundation.org).

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  1. Glen, It was a real pleasure knowing Geri, we were very sad when you moved away, and will miss her very much. We cannot make the service on Sat., however, I will visit Geri at the cemetary when I return. Kay

  2. Ed and Cynthia send their deepest sympathies. We will both miss our visits with Geri on our trips to Los Angeles. It was so nice for Cynthia and Geri to be able to share their stories about their hometown of Gloucester England. Our thoughts are with Glen and Auntie Kathleen and we wish the best for them. With love and fond memories, Ed and Cynthia

  3. Keith and Liz Knight send their deepest sympathies to our Auntie Kath (Geri\’s Mum)and to Glen. Liz and I remember our visit to LA in 2002 when we were all together for a very memorable dinner. Geri spoke to us and my brother Melvyn about her childhood in Brockworth, Gloucester.We brought those treasured memories back to Gloucester with us and will share them and the Photo\’s with Geri\’s other cousens.Our thoughts are with you Glen and as always with you Auntie Kath.With Love from Keith, Liz and Melvyn.

  4. In times like these, we need our friends and I would like to express my deepest sympathy to you and your family. Always know that you are in my prayers for strength from God.

  5. We remember Gerry as a wonderful person who was such a good neighbor to our daughter and her family. We were always invited to the 4th of July street party where all the wonderful neighbors on Wilkie would gather and eat and laugh and celebrate this country\’s birth. We remember Gerrys flag cake she made.How appropriate her funeral will be on the holiday she loved. She always loved to celebrate Halloween with all the kids in the neighbothood. We also remember Gerry and Glen sitting outside with their bowl of candy so they wouldn\’t miss one child.The kids adored them! We are so sorry we will be unable to attend the funeral as we will be in Denver.Our thoughts and prayers will be with you all. We will send in a donation in her memory when we return. God Bless you Glen and “Mom” . I hope you stay in touch. Dick and Kathleen Schreiber

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