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Eileen Mayer

Eileen Mayer, a resident of Clifton and formerly of Victorville, California, went to be with the Lord Monday morning, May 20, 2019, from causes incident to age. She was 84. Private family services for Eileen will be conducted at a later date.

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I have so many happy memories of my Aunt Eileen that its hard to decide what to tell or how to tell them. How to describe what it was like to have held her hand tightly as a small child and walk down the street in her care.She would turn heads and as often as not some friend would call from across the street. My Aunt Eileen was popular and even us children we knew why because she was a magically special kind of person. She forever looked fashionable and always went out in a smart outfit. She would check you out too to be sure your hair was fixed and your shoes and socks just right. You couldn't let this side down. My memories are of an here impeccably coiffed,always smiling with dainty gloves and always a nice handbag. To be brought into town by Eileen was a treat. It was as if you were in the company of a movie star or a popular celebrity. Memories of her holding my hand to saunter into Dublin city of a dry Saturday morning. She wasn't crazy about rain, almost never carried an umbrella though always a scarf in her purse but she did like shops even when money was hard won. The absence of money never prevented her window shopping or getting ideas which would be translated to a dress pattern for the next weekend. She never failed to meet someone where ever she went and that friendly smile and manner of greeting remains an endearing quality that is hard to match. She won friends for life and friendships that never broke. People loved my Aunt Eileen and strangers became friends and as she held your hand you couldn't help but love her in return and glory in her attention. You were glad you could share her with others but missed for a even a few moments when she wasn't your very own listener and teller of stories. Eileen's great quality was that she listened and talked to you as if, in that singular moment, you were all that really mattered to her. She has left us sadder and lonely for her passing but my oh my what a basket full of memories are we left with with. We send our love and thoughts and those of my family here in Dublin, her sister May, brother Peter and sister-law Maisie and all those many who now think of you all in California and our prayers to Hugh, Joseph and James and grand child and remembering our cousin John in this sad time. Gordon

Gordon Murphy May 22 2019 12:00 AM

I have so many happy memories of my Aunt Eileen that its hard to decide what to tell or how to tell them. How to describe what it was like to have held her hand tightly as a small child and walk down the street in her care.She would turn heads and as often as not some friend would call from across the street. My Aunt Eileen was popular and even us children we knew why because she was a magically special kind of person. She forever looked fashionable and always went out in a smart outfit. She would check you out too to be sure your hair was fixed and your shoes and socks just right. You couldn't let this side down. My memories are of an here impeccably coiffed,always smiling with dainty gloves and always a nice handbag. To be brought into town by Eileen was a treat. It was as if you were in the company of a movie star or a popular celebrity. Memories of her holding my hand to saunter into Dublin city of a dry Saturday morning. She wasn't crazy about rain, almost never carried an umbrella though always a scarf in her purse but she did like shops even when money was hard won. The absence of money never prevented her window shopping or getting ideas which would be translated to a dress pattern for the next weekend. She never failed to meet someone where ever she went and that friendly smile and manner of greeting remains an endearing quality that is hard to match. She won friends for life and friendships that never broke. People loved my Aunt Eileen and strangers became friends and as she held your hand you couldn't help but love her in return and glory in her attention. You were glad you could share her with others but missed for a even a few moments when she wasn't your very own listener and teller of stories. Eileen's great quality was that she listened and talked to you as if, in that singular moment, you were all that really mattered to her. She has left us sadder and lonely for her passing but my oh my what a basket full of memories are we left with with. We send our love and thoughts and those of my family here in Dublin, her sister May, brother Peter and sister-law Maisie and all those many who now think of you all in California and our prayers to Hugh, Joseph and James and grand child and remembering our cousin John in this sad time. Gordon

Gordon Murphy May 22 2019 12:00 AM