HESPERIA – (VVNG.com) – The newborn baby girl found at the Advance Disposal in Hesperia was honored in a memorial at a Saturday, October 11th 11a.m. memorial. The funeral took place at Calvary Chapel High Desert, located at 14740 Eucalyptus St in Hesperia.
The weather was nice on the early fall day, the church parking lot was not full, but did have quite a few vehicles spread through the huge parking lot. Inside the large sanctuary there were approximately 50 attendees, many being Advance Disposal employees. Walking in straight down the aisle at the church altar sat a tiny white casket adjourned with a flowing pink floral bouquet, a pink heart-shaped bouquet standing beside it and a large 3 foot high brown teddy bear as well as other smaller stuffed animals.
The service, held by Pastor Casey Kendall, was beautifully carried out for the baby girl who the Advance Disposal employees lovingly named, Baby Yachaziel. Yachaziel is a biblical name in Hebrew, meaning, “God will see”.
Pastor Kendall, the father of seven children, who went to Advance disposal to speak to and comfort, those needing comfort following the shocking discovery spoke with feeling and understanding to those who mourned.
The tiny newborn baby girl who lost her life due to causes that have not yet released due to an investigation, being investigated by a team of San Bernardino County Homicide detectives. Many wept quietly in their seats of the large sanctuary knowing the tiny baby girl will never have a first smile, a first laugh, first steps and someone there to catch her when she falls, hug her, hold her and appreciate her.
The burial will be on October 17th in the Garden of Angels at the Desert Lawn Cemetery. The beautiful and peaceful cemetery is located at 22365 Barton Road, Suite 108, Grand Terrace, CA 92313.
This beautiful delicate life should inspire all to share information with all women, especially teens about the Safe Surrender for Newborns law in California. The law allows mothers that feel that can not or are not willing to care for their baby to take them to any hospital or fire department employee and leave them there confidentially, no questions asked.
The beautiful memorial was arranged and planned by the Garden of Angels, who bury these babies with a name and most of all love and dignity. Garden of Angels had played a large role in helping get the 2001 Safe Surrender of Newborn law in California passed. The law has been a huge success, with over 621 newborns taken in, possibly saving the lives of a large percentage of these babies, giving them a chance to live.