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Pasadena Village To Honor Moms on Mother’s Day

Pasadena Village invites local residents to honor their mother, or someone they consider a mother, by sharing a memory and photos of those who have made an impact on lives to be featured online.
View the lovely memories that have already been shared at Pasadena Village’s new “Honoring Mothers” page at and click on “Honoring Mothers.”
Anyone wishing to share your memories may email a short statement and photos to with their name and the name of the person being honored.
“We hope by sharing these memories, we can highlight the untold stories of people who have nurtured and inspired our community, one individual at a time,” a Pasadena Village spokeswoman said.
Village member Dick Myers is honoring his late wife Carol. “While raising our two boys, Carol took us around the world,” he said. “Her energy and curiosity took us to places I would never have seen without her. Over the next 30-plus years, we had four recurrences of cancer which finally claimed her. She never gave up on life; she was a vibrant and loving spirit until the very end.”
In addition to sharing a photo and stories of “someone who has made an impact on your life, you can consider adding the name of someone special to the list on the Honoring Mothers page, by making a contribution in their name to Pasadena Village. You choose the amount, and can mark in the comments if you would like their name listed on our Honoring Mothers page,” according to a statement.
All contributions directly support Pasadena Village’s mission to foster vital independent living in a spirit of mutual support, enrichment and inclusiveness. Donations are not required to have your memories and photos included at
The Pasadena Village is an intentional community of adults over 55. More than 130 members engage in a robust calendar of discussion groups and educational programming which are currently offered via Zoom. The 501(c)3 nonprofit offers new friendships and meaningful experiences along with ways to support each other and contribute to the wider community. It is one of 300 “villages” across the country that are embarking on a new way to support the population of seniors 55 and over who choose to age in place and remain in their own homes as long as they wish. To learn more, visit, email, or call 626-765-6037.


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