More traces of Ondrea

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This letter comes from the mother of Ondrea Alvarez, who was killed in a fatal traffic accident on Pathfinder Road in Rowland Heights. The family, and police are still seeking answers in the case. THe top photo is from the family’s Bellflower backyard. The bottom from a memorial at the site of the accident. Here’s the letter:

 Thank you for following up on the story of our wonderful daughter/sister. We thought we would send you some pictures of Ondrea and of the memorial which is at the site of the accident and of the one at her home in Bellflower. If you could please post one or two of them with your “Trace” artical as well as any future updates we would be very greatful.

 

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We know very little about what happend on the night of the accident and the CHP have said that no information would be available until they complete their investigation (which we were told could take up to 3 or more months) so we are thankful to you and the crimescene site for the comfort we have found in the information you have porvided us.

Thank you so very much!

Ondrea’s Mother – Robin Hoskins

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  • Ondrea’s Big sister – Jennifer Alvarez

    Today has been one month since I last saw my baby sister. One month since God called her home to him. I miss her terribly in the physically sense but I know in my heart that she is with me spiritually. Its still hard to say see passed or I will never see her again. Its hard to say I am dealing with this tragic event or even moving on (even though I know she would want me to) because truth be told Im not. I cant. I dont even know what happened to her. I cant close a book without finishing it and her book is missing chapters. Even though I know I will never be the same person or even fully recover I know it will make it easier to find those chapters and know what they say.

    I am one of three sisters, the oldest. I feel all three of us are a third of a person and all together we make a whole, the Alvarez girls. With one of my baby sisters gone we no longer make a whole and I will always feel there is a piece of me missing. This is why I know that I will never be the same person. And when God is ready he will call us one by one so we can become whole again in his arms.

    I had a memory come back to me today and I would like to share it so everyone who doesnt know Ondrea or didnt know enough can enjoy her

    I remember when I used to pull up in the driveway next to her… I would be coming home off work and she would be leaving to work? Well today I pulled up next to her car and remembered when that song “Hey their Delilah” came out and she was so head-over-heels with it she had to have it. So when she finally got the CD she would blast the music really loud, sing to the top of her lungs and move her body around as if she were singing in the steering wheel. Then she would see me, but she wouldn’t stop making a fool of herself she would just roll her window down and start singing it at me. I remembered this memory today and I will forever have that song stuck in my head.

    I love you baby sister and by now I’m sure the angel’s are tired of you drawing them while they sleep. I know I hated it but at least I know what I look like when I am sleeping. I love you!!!!!

  • Ondrea’s Big sister – Jennifer Alvarez

    Today has been one month since I last saw my baby sister. One month since God called her home to him. I miss her terribly in the physically sense but I know in my heart that she is with me spiritually. Its still hard to say see passed or I will never see her again. Its hard to say I am dealing with this tragic event or even moving on (even though I know she would want me to) because truth be told Im not. I cant. I dont even know what happened to her. I cant close a book without finishing it and her book is missing chapters. Even though I know I will never be the same person or even fully recover I know it will make it easier to find those chapters and know what they say.

    I am one of three sisters, the oldest. I feel all three of us are a third of a person and all together we make a whole, the Alvarez girls. With one of my baby sisters gone we no longer make a whole and I will always feel there is a piece of me missing. This is why I know that I will never be the same person. And when God is ready he will call us one by one so we can become whole again in his arms.

    I had a memory come back to me today and I would like to share it so everyone who doesnt know Ondrea or didnt know enough can enjoy her

    I remember when I used to pull up in the driveway next to her… I would be coming home off work and she would be leaving to work? Well today I pulled up next to her car and remembered when that song “Hey their Delilah” came out and she was so head-over-heels with it she had to have it. So when she finally got the CD she would blast the music really loud, sing to the top of her lungs and move her body around as if she were singing in the steering wheel. Then she would see me, but she wouldn’t stop making a fool of herself she would just roll her window down and start singing it at me. I remembered this memory today and I will forever have that song stuck in my head.

    I love you baby sister and by now I’m sure the angel’s are tired of you drawing them while they sleep. I know I hated it but at least I know what I look like when I am sleeping. I love you!!!!!

  • Ondrea’s big sister – Jennifer Alvarez

    Search your Heart.

    Do the right thing….

    Come forward.