- March 28, 1932 - April 2, 2012
- Williamsburg, Virginia
of Marjorie's Passing
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It is going on 2 years. people say it gets easier, it don't. I miss you no less than I did then, I miss you more every day. I wish I could take a trip and spend the day with you but I probably wouldn't want to leave. :) Forever I will hold you in my heart and one day will see you again. I love you ma so very much!!! Hugs a bunch
Posted by: Barbi Riley - hampton, VA - daughter Feb 02, 2014
hey ma, thanks for my FIRST biker movie in MALLETS BAY,VT!! I remember the animals loured into the garage in georgia..i remember how you used to loved going out dancing with dad. bringing the whole bar home including the band,lol. and you yelling "JUMP OFF"!!! "JUMP OFF"!!! when i was riding the mini bike dad tuned up and i couldnt stop. When we moved from vermont thats when you and dad taught us the most, how strong no matter WHAT!!
Posted by: wally - williamsburg, VA - son May 01, 2012
im so sorry it took me so long to get on here. im not sure what to say except thank you everyone for all the sweet memories. i guess seeing this is making me realize that its really .... real. oh boy.
a beautiful woman.. my mother
a smile so sweet, it will melt your heart
and eyes that shine so blue
a heart so big, she loves the world
has hugs so big and true
her laugh so sweet,
Posted by: Barbi Riley - providence forge, VA - daughter Apr 26, 2012
I still can't believe you gone! I remember when we would go with you to Joe's house and had Kimchi for the first time. I remember going with you, my mom and Eddie to Vermont. I loved when you would take me and mom with you to work, looking at all the coo coo clocks. Oh and the times when I got to go with you and mon to Bingo, even though I couldn't play and had to do home
Posted by: Dawnette Nosworthy - VA - Niece Apr 10, 2012
I remember when you lived out at the bay in Vermont I was 6 and chuck was 7 and some kid picked on him and I beat him up and you got upset at me.. And at wispering pines when barbie and I used to giggle all the time and jump on the bed and stuff , you would come in and get on to us. I have always been a little trouble maker.But I know you loved
Posted by: vicki virgin - Newport News, VA - aunt Apr 10, 2012
To my dear sister, I remember when we lived in Canada,I was five years old and you would take me to work with you alot. You used to teach me french.The times at the beach and doing other things together.When you where working at Bush Gardens, Dawn and I would go with you to work and walk around the park.Going to bingo. But it is just some of the memory's I have of us and the great times we have had together.I miss those times so much.
Love your little sister
Posted by: Shirley E. Thayer - Newport News, VA - Sister Apr 10, 2012
Mom, I miss you so much. I love you more than anything and will cherish the memories we had! You were an amazing woman and I hope to carry that on!
Posted by: Edwina Turner - Daughter Apr 09, 2012
Ruth was an amazing women, that she was a very Strong women, she had a good heart, and she loved her husband and children very much... Ruth has touched so many lives in many different ways, she will be missed, but always in our hearts, She will still be with her family watching and still protecting them.
R.I.P Ruth, you lived a long, fulfilled life, you're in God's hands and he will take good care of you.
May your Memories heal your family in time.
Always in Our Hearts,
Kenneth Therrien & Lisa Windsor
Posted by: Kenneth Therrien & Lisa Windsor - Silver Springs, FL - Ken's Aunt by Marriage Apr 05, 2012