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Elizabeth Taylor: donations and memorial

Publicists for Elizabeth Taylor, who died Wednesday at 79, said a memorial service will be announced later, after a private family funeral this week.

Her family has requested that instead of flowers contributions can be made to the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, c/o Derrick Lee, Reback Lee & Co., Inc., 12400 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1275, Los Angeles, CA 90025, or online at http://www.elizabethtayloraidsfoundation.org.

Personal messages can be posted on a Facebook tribute page.

--Elaine Woo

 

 
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Since I was a kid at an Irish school in Madrid, I always adored her for her beauty and as an actress. She has been THE WOMAN alive in my life (my mother died when I was 12). Life is always unpredictable and it happens to be that I live since last September in Los Angeles: as stupid as it may seem, it is like a present for me that I have felt her death closer than if I had been elsewhere. Liz: wherever you are now, thank you for what you have given to me and to many other people, for your beauty, for your work and for your humanity. God bless you.
Manuel, LA

Well said, Jose, well said. Ms. Taylor wanted - and often succceeded - in helping combat AIDS, to alleviate suffering. That it something deeply special and important...


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