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posted by Arlington Yupette @ 7:14 PM
We are sorry the end of your life was so sad, vis a vis your family. We love you.
Thanks for the memories.
I think Farah was in the Charlie's Angels cast only the first seasaon (1976).
All those good looks, all that fame, all those VIPs who she knew and who knew her could not keep her fron dying young or keep her kid off drugs. So sad. There is a tribute about her life on Yahoo this morning.
Check out her tribute on yahoo.comObviously she was well-respected by the film and television industry.
There is also a tribute this morning on AOL.
I lived in Brentwood and Beverly Hills for 20 years when my husband was a studio executive. Farrah was well respected. She tried to find positive aspects to everyone and everything.
I was a publicist for about 5 years in Los Angeles and I would occasionally talk with Farrah at events. She was always cheerful and fun to be around.The television work she did on domestic violence did quite a lot to enlighten everyone.
Thanks, Farrah for helping to make America fun in the late 70's. Before Yuppies. We know you are with God in Heaven.
I met Farrah at a fund raiser. She was great.
The obituaries I have seen so far are mean. Farrah Fawcett lived in a world that was created by men for men and she tried very hard to make life better for women. I know she is with God in Heaven.
Well, Yupette, Farrah and every other woman who lived in that era really had no choice but to go along with the program. Ask the police how many domestic abuse cases they handle today, in 2009. In the 70's they wouldn't do anything. Farrah did many many good things for abused and battered women.As for her personal life, there are not too many good men out there. Just ask any divorced woman who is looking for a solid man and a better life.If anyone is with God in Heaven it's Farrah.
A somewhat more balanced obituary appeared in the weekend edition of USA Today.After 11 years of war in SE Asia and 6 years of Nixon on television, night after night, Charlie's Angels made us happy.
The wars in southeast Asia were over. Nixon was gone. Americans wanted to have fun again. I thought Charlie's Angels was cool. I wish Farrah had lived a long happy life.
Farrah's funeral sevice will be private. A funeral Mass for Farrah will be said at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in downtown Los Angeles at 4 PM on Tuesday, June 30th.
Farrah left money to organizations that work to prevent domestic violence and work to help victims of domestic violence. She was also active in organizations that help cancer patients.
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