- 90 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 10, 1924
- Date of passing: Jan 11, 2014
|Let the memory of Alieh be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved mother, Alieh Taghavi-Kashani, born on January 10, 1924 and passed away on January 11, 2014. We will remember her forever.
"Three years have passed and there is not a day that I don't think of you. It now looks like the emptiness you left in my life will never be filled. I just have to wait to see you again. I am sure that day will come. Rest in peace, mother."
"It's been 3 years to the day since you left us. I miss you everyday and wish I could talk to you about everything. I used to call you everyday on my way to work and that was my best time of the day. I know you and dad looking over us. I really miss you."
"Its been two years to the day that she left us. It feels like an eternity and just yesterday at the same time. I am still hoping this is all just a bad dream and she will walk in through the door."
"Here is a link to the slide show honoring and remembering her life. We showed it at her anniversary.
"Today marks exactly one year and one month since her passing. For her anniversary, I, Ali and Shervin traveled to Iran. I got a lot of support by Shervin being there with us. We held her anniversary at her home in Tehran exactly one month ago today. We invited everyone who knew her and cared for her. I made every effort to find former friends whom we had lost track of. It was sad that I had to use her own phone book to invite people to her anniversary. More than 45 people showed up. It was a memorable night. This was perhaps the last event we will ever hold for her. There is nothing I can do for her anymore. All we are left with are some pictures, and memories. All I can say is Rest in Peace Mom. Just know that I still can't believe you are gone."
"I am at a loss for words to describe how I felt over the last week of my mother’s life at the hospital. When I came across this passage I knew I could not do better.
I held her hand, I stroked her hair and wiped her eyes, wanting so much for them to open and see, that I was alone there in the world, one last time I kissed your face and held your hand to touch my cheek. I wanted to carry you away from there. Whispered her goodbye, and the last breath as I watched her die…..And I walked away - my heart now broken. How could they know that I was dying inside?"
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