Violet Law Obituary, Death – With a bittersweet mix of love and sadness, the Law family shares the news of the passing of their daughter, Violet Aurora Sison Law, on November 11, 2023. Born on June 11, 2019, Violet has inspired all around her with her tremendous resilience and positive outlook. From birth, Violet had to face the challenges of GM1 Gangliosidosis; this neurological illness sparked a movement that ultimately benefited her family and community.
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Despite all the odds, her valiant battle prompted a movement to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for research and generate much-needed awareness for the GM1 community. Her medical doctor parents were profoundly affected by their daughter’s experience and have decided to devote themselves to the cause. Violet’s impact was felt far beyond her inner group; she even helped secure May 21 as GM1 Gangliosidosis Day in the halls of Congress.
She was an inspiration to other children with GM1 because she was an active participant in a research trial as well as a symbol of strength. Violet’s life was a tapestry of happiness, laughter, swimming expeditions, vacations to Disneyland, and music festivals despite her disabilities. Her destined outcome played out exactly as predicted by the stars, leaving an indelible mark on all who shared in her journey.
Let us honor Violet by remembering the profound impact she had in her brief time on Earth. The Law family would like to invite all of their friends and well-wishers to join them in honoring Violet’s life, which stands as a testament to the power of unwavering love and perseverance. And may she rest in peace, knowing that her legacy will live on in the lives she touched.