Ivy Bottini Death – How did Ivy Bottini die? – cause of death – dead : obituary – tributes
Ivy Bottini Cause of death – What happened?
- Date of death: February 25, 2021
- Death Age: 94-year-old
- Cause of death: unconfirmed
Iconic LGBT and feminist activist Ivy Bottini has passed away. Ivy Bottini was a longtime West Hollywood resident who actively participated in city council meetings and advisory councils. She was 94 years old and leaves quite a legacy.
Ivy Bottini Obituary, Funeral Arrangement
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Tributes to Ivy Bottini
With the announcement of the death of the deceased, social media pages have been flooded with tributes, kind words and prayers from family, friends and loved ones.
It is hard to loose someone and we send our best wishes, prayers and love to the deceased’s family, friends and everyone affected by this loss.
“RIP Ivy Bottini,” reads a post on council member Sepi Shyne’s social platforms today, Thursday, February 25, 2021. “I am sad to report that LGBTQ and feminist icon Ivy Bottini passed away this morning. She passed peacefully at home surrounded by her daughters with her minister beside her reading the latest news in LGBTQ rights.”
“Today, we lost a titan in our queer and feminist communities,” West Hollywood Mayor Linsey Horvath posted on her Instagram account. “Ivy Bottini graced us with her infatigable spirit for the past 94 years and made her indomitable presence known wherever she called home. Luckily, Ivy called West Hollywood home for decades and we are forever grateful for her imprint on our city and in the fight for full equality for women and the LGBTQIA community. I cannot believe I was so lucky to have a personal relationship with someone who blazed trails for me and all future generations. Her artwork hangs in my home, her voice shows up in my thoughts, and her spirit will always be in my heart. We will lower the flags in West Hollywood in honor of Ivy on Monday, which is (fittingly) also the start of Women’s History Month. May she rest in power. #RIP #IvyBottini”
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