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Roberts Joseph Mumma
Date of Death: January 12, 2010
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Roberts Joseph Mumma, 75, of Cross Junction, Virginia died Tuesday, January 12, 2010 in his home. Mr. Mumma was born in 1934 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the son of the late Cecil Joseph and Dolores Mumma. He was employed with the House of Representatives Information Systems. He was a graduate of Munich High School, Munich, …
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Tony Mumma left a message on January 14, 2010:
We will miss you always, Brother. Thanks for the good times.
Nancy DeLucio left a message on January 16, 2010:
Dear Iris, children, Mike, Ann and Tony: I was very happy to reacquaint with Bob many summers ago and to keep in touch on line with him. I so enjoyed the funny stories he sent and hearing about the family and what was happening. I am so glad you all got to spend the holidays together and know you will be missing him as I will too. May God be with you all in your grief as I will be thinking of you all. Nancy DeLucio
Les and Jo Ann Tesdall left a message on January 16, 2010:
Thinking of you in your time of sorrow. Your neighbors Les and Jo Ann Tesdall.
Denise Barrett left a message on January 20, 2010:
To my dear sister Iris, niece Jeanine and nephews Steven and Bobby. And to their families too. Sending you love and thoughts and support. Bob was a wonderful guy and a great brother in law. Love to you all from Denise.
Jeanine Mikell left a message on February 8, 2010:
In honor of Roberts Joseph Mumma, Jeanine Mikell lit a candle.
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Jeanine Mikell left a message on February 8, 2010:
SrMsgt Roberts Joseph Mumma was a loving husband of 53 years, devoted father, brother, uncle, and grandfather and a good friend to any person he met through his 76 year journey through life on this earth. He has now joined his parents, Cecil and Delores, and his brother Patrick, in heaven for eternity.Roberts loved his church and his country and was a proud airman originating from his Air Force career of 38 years. Dad was always ready with a joke and a laugh, and he had made many friends from his days in the military, his neighbors, and most recently his bowling buddies, a game that he would tell you in private that he hated to lose. Dad also had a somewhat peculiar habit (some might call an obsession), which was- no matter where he went, he would buy a souvenir tee shirt to commemorate the trip. At last count he had catalogued 310 shirts, all neatly folded and hermetically sealed in the upstairs closet. Bob would want us all to recall the good times we shared and not grieve for too long. He was the love of Mom’s life, and she of his. So we should not say goodbye, because we will be united once again in heaven. Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth, put out my hand, and touched the face of God.
Jeanine Mikell left a message on February 8, 2010:
What is death? Is it the turning off of the light, or the beginning of a new light? Is it all darkness, or is there light to be seen and cherished? Will we be united with the ones that went before us? I think I will go with it as being like a light switch.One minute it is on and the next minute it is off, blew out the bulb.Nothing by darkness, no feeling, no hearing, no seeing, no talking, just the SILENCE.I hope for the Light, as I would want to spend eternity with my wife and children, my parents, my parent-in-laws, and all the ones that I loved and cherished. I cannot imagine death as it has not yet happened, but will I know it when I see it? Will there be total silence? I will not know as I will be dead! Is it when the body stops functioning that the Soul departs on its journey to Heaven? I get the feeling that death will mean the dying of the body but not the Soul. The Soul will be what goes to heaven where the Soul will be united with those who have passed on. This will be for eternity. Yes, I believe death is like a light switch, flip it on and you are here, until one day it is flipped off, and then total darkness, no feeling, no seeing, no hearing because you are on your way to meet your maker.Do I look forward to this event? It will come, I know, in due time,whether I welcome it or not. (found on computer)
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