Lora – August 9, 1926 – November 11, 2001

It’s been eleven years since my dear mom passed away. She was not only beautiful and fashionable, but more importantly, she was a loving mother and grandmother. I am reblogging Jean’s post because she is wearing my mom’s dress designed by Diane von Furstenberg.

Here’s the full story …

Meeting Diane von Furstenberg.

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12 Responses to Lora – August 9, 1926 – November 11, 2001

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  3. gracefully50 says:

    What a great story!! I’m glad she didn’t sell your mom’s dress…it’s really gorgeous and I hope it passes to your granddaughter…one day.


  4. Carmen says:

    Thank you, Bob,

    I hope to find a photo of my mom wearing this dress. Jean is going to take a picture of me wearing it, too. That will be fun!

    What year did your brother die? This weekend, we are both remembering a loved one who is gone.


  5. Bob Eberhardt says:

    Wow…three beautiful and fashionable ladies in three generations in a row….I remember reading the blog one year ago….it is so enchanting, I enjoyed reading all of it again….like a fairy tale.

    My younger brother died one day before your mother died.

    Re Sleepless in Seattle:
    What a collection of beauty…..must have been a prerequisite to be invited to join the group!


    • Bob – I’m glad you liked the post. It was an enchanted evening–in the mall 🙂

      So sorry to hear you lost your borther–and so close to my Oma’s passing. It’s never easy. I’m glad we can share stories to keep their memories alive.


  6. josepmbadia says:

    That beautiful story must be so meaningful to your daughter Jean. What a dream come true to meet Diane while wearing one of her dresses. Jean had a wonderful day. Your mother, Jean’s grandmother, was a wonderful woman. Seeing her legacy in you and Jean makes it easy to see that.


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