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Anna Grace B. Gayoso Obituary

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Anna Grace B. Gayoso

Plainfield, Illinois

July 28, 1973 - June 6, 2024

Anna Grace B. Gayoso Obituary

In Loving Memory of

Anna Grace B. Gayoso (Lucas)


Grace departed this world unexpectedly at the age of 50, surrounded by friends and family at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. Her memory will forever resonate within the hearts of her loved ones.

For 23 years, Grace dedicated herself to her work at AT&T in Naperville, but her true passions transcended the corporate walls. She possessed an unwavering love for travel, exploring distant lands with wide-eyed wonder. However, her heart discovered its true purpose in caring for others through quiet acts of kindness—these ripples of warmth touched lives. She also loved to sing! Her vocal talents would allow her to make up a song from a single word then sing it aloud filling rooms with joy and memories. More than anything else, she possessed countless extraordinary qualities that illuminate everyone's world.


In the quiet moments of Grace’s life, her heart overflowed with compassion. When her father stepped off the plane from the Philippines, she selflessly asked her husband to tell him to visit her sister-in-law Ria first (as she is also in the hospital battling an illness). Her unwavering care and selflessness continued to shine, even on her deathbed. Grace’s selflessness was a beacon that never wavered. Even as her own strength waned, she remained steadfast in her care for others. Her hands, once vibrant and full of life, now held the frailty of her own mortality. Yet, they continued to reach out—to love and care.


And then there was Willy—the love of her life. Their story was etched in the lines of their intertwined hands, in the shared laughter that echoed through their home, and in the quiet moments when words were unnecessary. Grace loved him fiercely, with a depth that transcended time and space. He was her anchor, her confidant, her partner in all things. Grace’s journey had ended, but her love would echo through generations. Grace leaves behind a legacy of love, a testament to the beauty of selflessness and the profound impact one person can have on others. She is survived by her loving husband, Willy Lucas Jr., her father Redelio (the late Rebecca) Basit, her brothers Leo (Ria) and Ronald (Leslie) Basit, and her niece Raven, and nephews Riley and Ronjon.


SERVICE DETAILS

Date: June 11, 2024

Time: 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Location: Anderson-Goodman Memorial Homes

Address: 21131 W Renwick Rd, Crest Hill, IL 60403

Prayer service: 6:00 pm

Attire: White and/or black



To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Anna Grace B. Gayoso hosted by Anderson-Goodale Memorial Homes.

In Loving Memory of

Anna Grace B. Gayoso (Lucas)


Grace departed this world unexpectedly at the age of 50, surrounded by friends and family at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. Her memory will forever resonate within the hearts of her loved ones.

For 23 years, Grace dedicated herself to her work at AT&T in Naperville, but her true passions transcended the corporate walls. She possessed an unwavering love for travel, exploring distant lands with wide-eyed wonder. However, her heart discovered its true purpose in caring for others through quiet acts of kindness—these ripples of warmth touched lives. She also loved to sing! Her vocal talents would allow her to make up a song from a single word then sing it aloud filling rooms with joy and memories. More than anything else, she possessed countless extraordinary qualities that illuminate everyone's world.


In the quiet moments of Grace’s life, her heart overflowed with compassion. When her father stepped off the plane from the Philippines, she selflessly asked her husband to tell him to visit her sister-in-law Ria first (as she is also in the hospital battling an illness). Her unwavering care and selflessness continued to shine, even on her deathbed. Grace’s selflessness was a beacon that never wavered. Even as her own strength waned, she remained steadfast in her care for others. Her hands, once vibrant and full of life, now held the frailty of her own mortality. Yet, they continued to reach out—to love and care.


And then there was Willy—the love of her life. Their story was etched in the lines of their intertwined hands, in the shared laughter that echoed through their home, and in the quiet moments when words were unnecessary. Grace loved him fiercely, with a depth that transcended time and space. He was her anchor, her confidant, her partner in all things. Grace’s journey had ended, but her love would echo through generations. Grace leaves behind a legacy of love, a testament to the beauty of selflessness and the profound impact one person can have on others. She is survived by her loving husband, Willy Lucas Jr., her father Redelio (the late Rebecca) Basit, her brothers Leo (Ria) and Ronald (Leslie) Basit, and her niece Raven, and nephews Riley and Ronjon.


SERVICE DETAILS

Date: June 11, 2024

Time: 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Location: Anderson-Goodman Memorial Homes

Address: 21131 W Renwick Rd, Crest Hill, IL 60403

Prayer service: 6:00 pm

Attire: White and/or black



To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Anna Grace B. Gayoso hosted by Anderson-Goodale Memorial Homes.

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