In Memory & In Honor
The loss of a love one takes a huge toll on a family. For a family touched by autism, the toll is often increased by the individual with autism's understanding of death. There are many books on death and how families can better help their child/ adult with autism understand the process. Please call the Autism Center at 513-444-4979 to see what books we have available for free check out.
Over the past few years, families have chosen Families with ASD as the charity for their Memorial Funds. Donations are used to update the FREE lending library at the Autism Family Resource Center. If you would like to donate to the Families with ASD in Memory or in Honor of a friend or loved one, please send your donation to:
Families with ASD
5989 Meijer Drive, Suite 9
Milford, OH 45150
Now, you can also start a Memorial page for your loved one by going to www.helpingfamilieswithautism.com and clicking on Memorials. Go to http://www.helpingfamilieswithautism.com/3/memorials.htm.
Families with ASD wants to thank the following families for chosing Families with ASD as their charity of choice. The memory of their loved one will live on through their very generous donations.
If you register by mail, please email a Jpeg of your loved one to be included on our website by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org and list memorial.
Make sure to indicate the person that the donation is made in honor of or in memory of, and the family member's name and address that should be notified of your gift.
In Loving Memory
Lonnie Combs (Grandfather of a child with Autism)
June Gerver (Grandmother of a child with Autism)
Raymond M. Gundrum, Sr. (Grandfather of a child with Autism)
He had a nature you could not help loving,
And a heart that was purer than gold,
And to those who knew him and loved him
His memory will never grow cold.
Kevin Minney (Families with ASD member and father of a child with Autism)
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