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Mary Lou Raymond
Date of Death: October 13, 2015
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First Presbyterian Church
116 South Loudoun Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Saturday 10/17, 2:00 pm

Mary Lou Raymond                Mary Lou Raymond, 86, of Winchester, Virginia, died, Tuesday, October 13, 2015, at Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury in Winchester.                Mrs. Raymond was born in 1929, in Springfield, Missouri, the daughter of the late George and Miriam M. Humphreys. She was a graduate of Greenwood High School in Springfield, Missouri, and …
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Sue Puleo left a message on October 13, 2017:
Still missing your "You who" at the back door :(
Robyn Whitaker left a message on October 19, 2015:
Mary Lou was a truly amazing lady! I feel so blessed to have known her, and to have had the opportunity to work with her. Always a smile on her face and a few “words of wisdom” to share! She will be greatly missed!
Edna R. Cross left a message on October 19, 2015:
I have had two strong women that have influenced my life and died on my birthday. Two entirely different women; one as plain as a worn out pair of shoes and the other meticulously dressed at all time but both true ladies. My mother always said tell the truth and you never have to remember what you told when. Mary Lou guided me through the loss of my mother telling me to have faith in myself and I would be successful in whatever I did. I haven’t set the world on fire but she taught me the professional way to be a success in Real Estate. I will never forget the sliding around the backseat of her Cadillac and never take the same road home or you will never learn the roads in Loudoun. I will so miss the Lady she was. God bless the family they have to be proud of the lady.
Sue Puleo left a message on October 13, 2015:
Mary Lou meant so much to so many. She was a mentor to me thru-out my real estate career. Mary Lou was my first broker.She believed in me. I always felt like I had my very own fan club in Mary Lou. She helped me to be the best I could be. I feel a huge sense of loss but I am happy for her and all those who knew her to have had so many wonderful years together and for her to have passed so peacefully. I have never met a person who had an unkind thing to say about Mary Lou in business or personal interactions. She leaves a large void. I have vowed to learn to play Bridge in her honor. Mary Lou told me it would serve me well as I wander into my elder years. I always listened to her advise. She never let me down.
SUE PULEO left a message on October 13, 2015:
Mary Lou meant so much to so many! She was my first real estate broker and I felt like she was my very own private fan club. She believed in me, before I believed in me. Losing her creates a huge void in my world. Everyone knew Mary Lou, each were better off for that. I never met a single soul who had anything but praise for her grace and generosity. I am so very thankful for the many wonderful years we had her with us and also thankful for her peaceful passing. I have vowed to learn to play bridge in her honor. She told me that would serve me well as I wander into my elder years. I always listened to her advice and she never let me down.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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