Gloria Molina, who spent over 20 years on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, passed away Sunday night after a battle with cαncer. Age-wise, she was 74.
In a statement provided to KTLA on Sunday, Valentina Martinez, the late Gloria Molina’s daughter, stated, “It is with heavy hearts that our family announces Gloria’s passing this evening.” “She passed away at her home in Mt. Washington, surrounded by our family.”
In a post on Facebook from March 2023, Molina revealed her cαncer diagnosis and stated that she had been battling it for three years.
Gloria Molina disclosed her illness by sharing a post on Facebook. 1991 Molina was first chosen to serve on the Board of Supervisors. Before that, she was the first Latina to be elected to the Los Angeles City Council and the California State Assembly. Up until 2014, Molina was the Supervisor.
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The statement from Martinez stated, “She faced this fight with the same courage and resilience she lived her life.” “Over the last few weeks, Gloria was uplifted by the love and support of our family, community, friends, and colleagues.”
Even while the family is pleased that Molina’s activism and political career will be remembered, they also expressed that Molina “will be remembered in our hearts as our loving mom and grandmother, the protective oldest sister, wise tia and loyal friend.”