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Marie DeHaven Prosser

Date of Death: April 13, 2020
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Private Graveside Service
Shenandoah Memorial Park
Winchester, Virginia


Memorial contributions may be made to:

Burnt Presbyterian Church Scholarship Fund
168 Burnt Church Road
Winchester, Virginia 22603

Marie DeHaven Prosser, age 101, of Winchester, VA passed away on Monday, April 13, 2020, at The Willows at Meadow Branch. Marie was born in 1918 in Cherry Run, WV, daughter of the late Isaac L. and Esther L. DeHaven. She graduated from Oldtown High School, Oldtown, MD and Strayer College, Washington, DC. Later inContinue Reading

Demetria Bryant left a message on May 4, 2020:
Miss Marie... you will always be remembered by your smile...your cheerful hello's everyday. She displayed such grace and elegance. Always so pleasant and warm towards everyone. It was an honor getting to spend time with you over the last five years...You are missed. ... I know you're in God's Kingdom and basking in HIS glory!
Melody S. Harmon left a message on April 24, 2020:
My condolences to all the family. I did not know Marie, but my late husband Jim Harmon, always spoke of Reed fondly, and the wonderful times they all had at James Wood High School. I will keep you in my prayers, and thank God for the legacy Marie has given her family.
Linda Beavers left a message on April 21, 2020:
There aren't enough words to describe my friend, Marie Prosser. She was one of the most gracious ladies I ever knew and displayed grace in every situation she encountered. She was a mentor to me when I was growing up and even in later years when we both worked for the government. She was the oldest member of Burnt Presbyterian Church and we presented her with a certificate denoting that landmark. Fly with the angels, Marie. You have gotten your wings.
Chuck Earley left a message on April 18, 2020:
We are very sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Chuck, Sue, and Chuckie Earley
Pat Ritchie left a message on April 18, 2020:
To the Prossers, we send our deepest sympathies. I was privileged to volunteer with Marie in the Tax Aide program in the early 1990s.
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Elsie Wigington left a message on April 17, 2020:
Sending love and prayers. Marie will be deeply missed. I always enjoyed spending time with her and hearing her stories of the DeHaven family.
John and Marcy Cormier left a message on April 16, 2020:
Sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you.
Paul Hampton Thomson left a message on April 16, 2020:
The Thomson family sends our best wishes to John and the family. Paul and Anna Thomson.
Danna Doyle left a message on April 15, 2020:
To Marie's Family, my sincere sympathy. Marie was a wonderful lady, with a quick wit and fine sense of humor. She always appreciated a chat and smile from me. My mother, Ella, resided at The Willows until Dec. 28, and she loved Marie's jolly and positive personality. My fondest memory of Marie was last Christmas at a concert. She was asleep in her wheelchair, but when they played Jingle Bell Rock, she woke right up and started singing. I was standing beside her and we had a good time singing and "dancing" to the music. Then she had her own solo of Jingle Bells. She was an inspiration to so many in her lifetime. Blessings to you. Hope this little story gives you comfort. Danna Doyle
Linda Larew Vincent left a message on April 15, 2020:
I am sorry to learn of your loss.
Betty and Wayne Hoffman left a message on April 15, 2020:
Our thoughts and prayers to John and family. Marie was a special lady and will be greatly missed.
Mary Ellen (DeHaven) Largent left a message on April 14, 2020:
My condolences. She will be deeply missed. I always enjoyed my family time with her as she could fill in so many genealogy spaces. So, so many nice visits.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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