The somberness of the morning set in as I woke up and prepared for Jae’s ceremony mass at St. Louis of France. I got on the road about 8am to get to the location and park. As I pulled up the the church I was in amazement how many people had already gathered for the ceremony that began at 9am. There were low lows posted up and down the street and a large group of the lowrider community car clubs in attendance.
The Lows rolled through in mass, what a beautiful show of respect for Jae!!
The sad time to move Jae’s casket into the church for the ceremony. Danny D did a terrific job painting the casket to match his 1962 Chevy wagon. A respectful resting place for Jae. Jae was surrounded by dear friends and loving family members during this transfer from hearse to church.
The procession was lead by his young son Julian. I very strong young man. He held up very well for a 10 year old.
The service was beautiful with kind words from the pastor. No photos were allowed within the church out of respect for the family. I was honored to have been a part of this service.