Dia de los muertos

The Alzheimer’s Association’s mission is to create a world without Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. In the Hispanic and Latino communities, Alzheimer’s is 1.5 times more likely to occur. The Illinois Chapter is partnering with local organizations like the National Museum of Mexican Art during their Día de los Muertos Exhibit to help increase awareness, provide educational programs about the disease, and share information on free resources. If you, your loved one, or someone you know could benefit from knowing more, please visit our website at alz.org or call our free 24/7 helpline (800) 272-3900.

En Español

Connie and Richard Podeszwa

Your love and support will be cherished forever. Thank you for making us the family we are today. Missing you always.

Abraham M

Viejo, mi querido viejo Ahora ya caminas lento Como perdonando el viento Yo soy tu sangre, mi viejo Soy tu silencio y tu tiempo

Joseph Francis Xavier

In memory of my Dad, my hero

Socorro Rocha

En su último cumpleaños a los 84, mamá viviría con el diagnostico de Alzheimer por 16 años. ¡Toda una reina hasta el último respiro!


I will never stop fighting to #ENDALZ for you Dad

Phillip Burkhardt

Gone, but with us still. Love you Dad/PopPops.

Pedro Reyes

Nuestro Welo, como lo extrañamos. ❤️ Sigue cantando con los angeles. Gone but never forgotten, we miss you grandpa ❤️

Maria de Jesus Duran

She never missed an opportunity to shower us with love. Her heart was as warm as sunshine and her smile could brighten your darkest days.

Peter Harris

I miss you, Dad, and I’m grateful for all you taught me.

Mary F

Thoughts of you are with me always, Mom, but even more so at this time of year. I miss you!