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Mary Lou Roepken
Date of Death: June 8, 2010
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Mary Lou Roepken Mary Lou Billhimer Roepken, 81, of Haymarket, Virginia, formerly of Winchester, Virginia died Tuesday, June 8, 2010, at Inova Fairfax Hospital. Mrs. Roepken was born in 1928, in Fort Worth, Texas the daughter of the late John Wesley Dickinson and Loulamae W. Billhimer. She married Carl Thomas Roepken on May 1, 1948, …
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Sarah left a message on January 30, 2013:
Hi everyone my name is Sarah Todd and I knew this wonderful lady as Mema. I have been great friends with her granddaughter Justine for almost 10 years and I used to come over just about everyday when she lived with Mema. I have always loved brain games and puzzles (in fact Justine amongst other friends usually laughed at me lol)...but not Mema. She did too! I remember helping her put together this huge puzzle. We worked on it everytime I was there for probably almost 2 weeks and when it was all done she framed it and put both our names on the back. I was a young adult but she still wanted to make me feel special and important like it was a huge accomplishment to have finished. She was the nicest, sweetest, most wonderful Mema to Justine...and to me sometimes! She used to make us breakfast in their little sunroom and ALWAYS checked on us when we were home and not running around. I could always tell she was very loved and adored her family. I will never forget her and only wish I had known her even more!!! God is one lucky man.
Kathy left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Carl and all of Mary Lou's family, we are so sorry to learn of your loss of Mary Lou. Our family knew her and Carl through Redland church. I particularly remember singing in the choir at Christmas time and all the hugs from Mary Lou and you too Carl! We have not seen you for a long time, but will never forget your warmth and love! Kathy and Gary Beckley and family
Sarah Todd left a message on June 10, 2010:
Hi everyone my name is Sarah Todd and I knew this wonderful lady as Mema. I have been great friends with her granddaughter Justine for almost 10 years and I used to come over just about everyday when she lived with Mema. I have always loved brain games and puzzles (in fact Justine amongst other friends usually laughed at me lol)...but not Mema. She did too! I remember helping her put together this huge puzzle. We worked on it everytime I was there for probably almost 2 weeks and when it was all done she framed it and put both our names on the back. I was a young adult but she still wanted to make me feel special and important like it was a huge accomplishment to have finished. She was the nicest, sweetest, most wonderful Mema to Justine...and to me sometimes! She used to make us breakfast in their little sunroom and ALWAYS checked on us when we were home and not running around. I could always tell she was very loved and adored her family. I will never forget her and only wish I had known her even more!!! God is one lucky man.
Kathy Beckley left a message on June 11, 2010:
Dear Carl and all of Mary Lou's family, we are so sorry to learn of your loss of Mary Lou. Our family knew her and Carl through Redland church. I particularly remember singing in the choir at Christmas time and all the hugs from Mary Lou and you too Carl! We have not seen you for a long time, but will never forget your warmth and love! Kathy and Gary Beckley and family
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