- 67 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 11, 1948
- Date of passing: Feb 17, 2016
|Let the memory of Marie "Rhe" be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Marie "Rhe" Guadalupe Dennis, 67, born on July 11, 1948 and passed away on February 17, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Known as "Mama Rhe" to people all around the world, she was mom, sister, auntie, grandma to dozens of people. She was a woman of prayer and laughter. Sometimes tough and always loving.
She and her husband Leonard were married on her birthday in 1991. They have been running NAC meetings and helping people all around the world for the last 18 years.
She will live on in each of our hearts and minds, and looking over us all from the other side.
Memorial video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?sns=fb&v=ehRIB5HT064
"Mama, I am missing you so much right now. You're the one that understood me unconditionally I feel lost not being able to call you when I need to talk to you. This was so unfair. I still needed my mom. :(
I love you,"
Your eyes always intentionally sent me love, and comfort, and wisdom ... with sparkle and magic you gave me/us the zest you had for Creator's life and the happiness in your BIG heart.
Thank you for who you were when you were in human form. We are grateful too for who you are now. We will still have you , and we will be there for you too ... walking together still, but in a new way.
In gratitude and in happiness. You were and are a JOY!
"Dearest Mama Rhe,
I am so grateful for you in my life, and for your life and all that you did for me, and for countless others in your life. You and Len literally saved my life on at least two occasions, and you were always there for me when I needed you. People have thanked me for all I did in your last two years, but it will never equal what you did for me.
I will forever miss you bringing in water for us, and your passionate and sincere prayers for all that needed them. Thank you for all that you taught me, I hope I can make you proud of me.
Thank you for allowing me to walk beside you during your battle and then your surrender in to Our Holy Mother's arms.
Your love will forever live in my heart.
Your Daugher forever,
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