Let the memory of cora be with us forever
  • 78 years old
  • Born on April 24, 1933 .
  • Passed away on December 30, 2011 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, cora alston 78 years old , born on April 24, 1933 and passed away on December 30, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Charmain Wilson on 24th April 2018
Happy Birthday mommy! I hope your spirit hears me and knows that I miss you and wish you were still here.
Posted by Carroll Alston on 4th January 2017
As the years pass the memories of your love and greatness remains. there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about you (especially when I'm around Stefani, your granddaughter). Mommy I miss you so much.
Posted by Charmain Wilson on 30th December 2016
Another year another reminder that death is inevitable and that we should cherish those we love while we and they are here. It won't make losing them any less painful but it allows you to have good memories to hold onto. Mommy I thank you for the sacrifices you made for me.
Posted by Charmain Wilson on 24th April 2016
Hello mom. It's me again! Today is your birthday and you would have been 83 years old. Not sure how we would have celebrated but I know cake would have been there!
Posted by Charmain Wilson on 30th December 2012
Mommy, it has been a full year since your death. We all miss you and nothing fills the void. Remembering the early days of our lives overshadows the painful memories of the last days. Rest in peace.
Posted by Carroll Alston on 24th October 2012
Mommy I miss you so much. The fact that we were apart (New Jersey /North Carolina has made your transition easier and yet much harder. I have to remind myself that you are no longer physically here. When i talk to/with Charmain, it's so easy to close my eyes and hear your voice. Although I am also living with you via Stefani's "attitudes". Love you Mommy!
Posted by Charmain Wilson on 24th April 2012
Well mommy it has been four months since you left us. Last year your birthday fell on Easter. It was the last year we were able to celebrate with you. I think of you all the time. You will always be a part of my life. Rest in peace.
Posted by Carroll Alston on 7th January 2012
My mother was a very strong and passionate person. She taught me that your belief in self was the foundation for your life and the degree of that belief would determine your successes as well as your understanding of life. Mommy I will miss you and love you forever. I thank you (and Daddy) for showing me how to be a great parent.
Posted by Charmain Wilson on 7th January 2012
Mommy, you taught me to be a strong willed person like you. Someone who did not wait for people to do things for them. Someone who was not afraid to look at life for what it was and to keep going. I am thankful to God that we were able to spend more time with each other in your last days. Rest in peace mommy. You will be missed.

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