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  1. Dear Danielle – my condolences on the loss of your mother. She was a dear sweet wonderful woman. I so enjoyed the time we shared when buying our first house in Orange County. I remember her introducing us to Soup Plantation (a very different place than anything Wisconsin had!). I was appreciative of the support she and Dick gave in becoming God-Parents to my daughter Ashley. And I am glad that we could visit and be with her before and then when Dick passed away. I know that she is now in a better place, reunited with Dick and looking down and smiling at us both. My best to you and your family during this time. I am sorry that I was not able to join you for the memorial, as I am now living in Texas and was traveling when you were having the memorial service. May you know God’s love in this time of sorrow. Randy Upright

  2. Dear Marva, I am still in shock as I thought it was you calling me this morning as I answered the phone with my usual “Hi Marva”! I want you to know that you were more than just a realtor to us, your were a dear friend and a 2nd mother to Jill and me. Having known you for almost 30 years has been one of the greatest joys of our lives. You will always be in my heart and I will never forget you. Say hello to Jill for me as I know you two are looking down from heaven and smiling at us with those beautiful smiles. To your family, please accept Erin’s and my warmest condolences. Love, Carl & Erin Simon

  3. Dear Marva, To our dear friend, you will be missed. To a wonderful and beautiful Lady, your guidance and help and caring were always there for us. Marva and Dick will always have a special place in our hearts. Love always, Rich & Mikki

  4. Dear Marva, You are a beautiful lady inside & out and it’s been my privilege to know you. You are one of the sweetest and most generous persons I’ve known, always giving anything you had to help others. You even helped me when I moved to Washington State and became a Realtor myself in 2001. Thank you for everything. I’ll remember you always and miss you very much. Love, Judy & Bill Kimball

  5. Dearest Marva, it has saddened me so hearing of your passing. I know that you are reunited with Dick and have the fondest memories of both of you when I lived in Southern CA. I am so grateful for your friendship and all the good things about you. Thank you for all you have done…until we meet again my friend… Lynne

  6. Marvie – you will be missed by many who love you so! I have 50 year’s of fabulous memories of our times together!! Rest in peace sweet friend. XXOO. Margie and David

  7. My Dearest Marva, how do I even begin to say goodbye to you? You and Dick made such an impact on my life. I will be forever grateful that you became my real estate agent who was really more the aunt that I didnt have here because all of my family lives outside of California. Thank you for taking me under your wing. Thank you for being one of the best people I have ever known. Thank you for giving so much of yourself to everyone. You and Dick were rare individuals, you know I loved you both, and the only that makes me feel better is that you are together again. I love you.

  8. Sweet Marva, You are a beautiful and wonderful person and you will be missed by so many of us. I have many memories going back many years. You were always so kind and thoughtful and always such a good friend. I know you are with the Lord now and will see you again.
    Wes Stoner

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