“A very talented and beautiful young lady.” So Désirée Leonora Viola by just about everyone described during her funeral in the church of the village of Houthalen. Her sudden death - she switched last week from the life - came to everyone as a shock.
“Why do we have things overlooked", read some friends from the Ghent area. “You shone always, was still positive. How can it be that it is so.”childhood Memories
Jeugdvriendinnen from Houthalen brought childhood memories. “We were as a child together in the saxophone lessons what we both didn't like, remained in the station to sleep because we after a night on the town not home durst, and went thousands of memories. You took me often by the hand and led me around in your adventures”, she said. “The landscape screams your name. The time is suddenly divided into before and after this moment."video messages
Her parents and sisters left video messages to say that during the celebration on a screen were projected. “You're not only my daughter but also my best friend," said her mom. Her father Patrick gave, how often they could surprise. “Not only for the general public, but most are still just at home. You wanted to be famous, rays. And rays you will always continue to do so.”Bullseye
all chairs layers pin with a rose on, referring to her prinsessennaam in the Ketnetreeks Prinsessia. Also her Prinsessiacollega's told how she was the most beautiful calls and its very hard may miss. “But you're forever in our hearts.”Dances
Her passion for music and dance, allowing them to later have a career to Teen-actress began, was the central. Katerine Avgoustakis and the brothers Koen and Jo Smets brought Broken-Hearted Girl of Beyonce. Also Paolo Nutini Iron Sky and In The Night of Jamie Woon made for particularly emotional moments.
“Who wants to, can get up and dance for Désirée", asked the pastor at the end of celebration. “You may as showing your emotions", then everyone rechtstond and meeklapte in reference to her father Patrick. Some friends were dancing in the white dress around her white coffin. After the performance was her coffin to the outside is worn.
The family asked specifically for no flowers or wreaths to donate, but a donation to the Centre for the Prevention of Suicide. Deposits can be made via bank account BE24 4338 1416 1138 with the statement ‘Désirée’ or through The Warmest Week.Anyone with questions about suicide can contact the Zelfmoordlijn on the toll-free number 1813 or via www.zelfmoord1813.be.