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Obituary for Alessandra Pereira Da Silva
It broke our hearts to lose you Alessandra better known as Doca. A dear friend, sister, daughter but overall a beloved wife and mother. Her integrity, her trust and faith, strength and deep love towards her creator always inspired many of us. Alessandra was a dedicated, strong and decided women, someone that deeply understood her mission, her values and abilities. Someone who had de capacity to go forward, to plan and organize what ever was needed so that dreams could become true. Even though Alessandra travelled a lot, lift up road in many different countries, she had the ability and sensitivity to establish strong and deep relationships. She saw beauty in peoples heart and had that special gift to see behind de scenes. She shared her life, she shared her experiences, she share her faith. Her faith and sharing her believes had such a importance, that she gave her life into mission, living to promote families and children in risk as also to teach and share about the gospel. Their are friends and families whole over the world grieving her lost. I met Alessandra when she already was a dedicated mother to her firstborn child and only son, Judah. I always admired her for the ability to see the individuality and potencial of her children. And how she motivated and invested in each one so differently but with the same dedication and love. Judah her firstborn and only son, Sarah her first daughter and Hanna, for many years her youngest child, until the happy arriving of her baby Zoey. She always shared with proud and admiration about their achievements,their live. As much as she was a dedicated mother she also shared her live and mission with Lazaro, her husband. Her respect, deep love, friendship and dedication in marriage inspired many other couples and friends. In all her struggles, in her fight against cancer, in her pain and sorrow Alessandra did not lost her faith. She did not lost faith. Alessandra is not leaving behind apartments ore resources, maybe their is not something to inherit, as she invested deeply in other peoples live, in her husband, in her children. She loved and was loved by so many. And that is her message to us, don't loose faith, to all of us. Alessandra, we love you so much, we miss you forever but we know “you have fought the good fight, you finished the race, you kept the faith. Now there is in store for you the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to you on that day—and not only to you, but also to all who have longed for his appearing. 2 Timothy 4, 7-8