ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Caya Santos 81 years old , born on April 22, 1925 and passed away on October 5, 2006. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Lorraine G. on January 4, 2017
For some reason we shared a birthday and I have little memory of the times I got to see you while you were living. I remember you mostly from the day of your viewing or your photos in all of the tributes. I'm one of your great-grandson's ninangs now because of all of this and I hope to be as wonderful as you were to them.
Posted by Marietta Finch on January 22, 2012
those were the days, you me are having a good times! but now i cant believe my Loved Ones are Gone! What i can I do! we are only human beings ! God take you away from me! anyway your loving memories will remain till im here on Earth or i die! and we will Reunited and the Blessing of our Almighty God be Forever Missed. I love you very much my Mom and my Dad; i wont forget you two:)

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Posted by Lorraine G. on January 4, 2017
For some reason we shared a birthday and I have little memory of the times I got to see you while you were living. I remember you mostly from the day of your viewing or your photos in all of the tributes. I'm one of your great-grandson's ninangs now because of all of this and I hope to be as wonderful as you were to them.
Posted by Marietta Finch on January 22, 2012
those were the days, you me are having a good times! but now i cant believe my Loved Ones are Gone! What i can I do! we are only human beings ! God take you away from me! anyway your loving memories will remain till im here on Earth or i die! and we will Reunited and the Blessing of our Almighty God be Forever Missed. I love you very much my Mom and my Dad; i wont forget you two:)
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Shared by Mona Liza Santos on April 22, 2020
All I can remember with Lola Kaye is her love, guidance and great support for me throughout the years of me growing up from baby to my mid-20s. She passed when I was 25 years old, and her being 81 years old. I find it a coincidence of the age in how she passed, because as I look at it, she was born in 1925 and I was 25 when she passed, and she died at 81 and I was born in 1981. She is the best grandma anyone can ask for! She always used to cook my favorite Filipino dishes, like giniling and sinigang and she would make the best lumpias too! She also used to help me do my highschool homework like US History and even sometimes Math. She was a very caring person, not only did she care about me, but she cared deeply about her 4 kids (my mom being the only girl, and my three uncles)! She made sure they were always okay.  I remember whenever she would have her birthday coming up and no one remembered she wouldn’t make it a big deal and she would say, it’s just another day for me, but I was hoping back then I wish I could turn back the time, and throw her a party when possible, but I was still too young then to even do party planning like that, because my mindset back then was just on highschool and my friends, but now I realized that those were the most important days with her. Growing up, I used to always sleep next to her in bed and hug her as she was my comfort zone. Even during long car rides, she was the one I always laid down on comfortably because she was who made me feel comfortable in every situation. I miss her so much! When she was in the hospital before she passed, I always visited her and would cry next to her because I was afraid of her leaving me in this world. I knew she was the only one who would love me so much! No one ever loved me as much as she did! I know she’s in heaven now, and I try to visit her grave as much as I can, even yes during this corona virus pandemic. I love you Lola Kaye! I know you’re resting in peace now, but I do have dreams about you every now and then. I know it’s your reminder that you will always love me and will be waiting for me in heaven also.