ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mary Roberts 90 years old , born on October 18, 1920 and passed away on May 18, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by George Roberts on October 18, 2019
Happy Birthday Mom, Say Hi to Dad, Love, George
Posted by George Roberts on October 18, 2016
We all miss you mom,   Dad too,  Hope you two are together again

Love you, George
Posted by Norma Geiger on July 10, 2011
Mary and Rex were our neighbors for the thirty-seven years we lived on Fern lane in Annandale. We have many fond memories. We enjoyed a 4th of July picnic with Mary at the Fairfax last year. Our sincere sympathy for your loss. Dick & Norma Geiger and family.
Posted by Patty Roberts on June 1, 2011
Mary, your memories will guide us with love grace and humor.

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Posted by George Roberts on October 18, 2019
Happy Birthday Mom, Say Hi to Dad, Love, George
Posted by George Roberts on October 18, 2016
We all miss you mom,   Dad too,  Hope you two are together again

Love you, George
Posted by Norma Geiger on July 10, 2011
Mary and Rex were our neighbors for the thirty-seven years we lived on Fern lane in Annandale. We have many fond memories. We enjoyed a 4th of July picnic with Mary at the Fairfax last year. Our sincere sympathy for your loss. Dick & Norma Geiger and family.
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The creative process

Shared by Patty Roberts on June 1, 2011

 The Roberts' house always had a lot of projects underway. Cars were being repaired, rebuilt, painted and sold while I was dating John. Whether it was George or John, mary took the chaos of creation without missing a beat.  John and I hadn't been dating long before John bought a 1957 Mercedes 190SL. In short order, we had the car taken apart an stored in the basement. As John worked on the car , winter came.  Mary smiled s we winterized the carport , so we could continue on our mission.

   Mary allowed work to evolve, recognizing that somethings just take time to get fixed or restored.  Many years later when I too had two boys, I was reminded as projects got spread out throughout the house that it is important to give everyone the gift of time.... even if it does make the house look a little chaotic at times.

                   I will miss you Mary  patty