Margaret R. Rowe
- February 28, 1927 - September 3, 2012
- Henrico, Virginia
of Margaret's Passing
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“I MISS YOU SO MUCH MOMMA!!!
1 of 7 | Posted by: patricia meyer - daughter
“So sorry to hear about your mom. She was a good women to me and everyone she came into contract with. She will be missed. Your family will be in my...Read More »
2 of 7 | Posted by: Judith Farmer - Rocky Mount, NC
“Mrs Rowe was nice lady. She will be dearly missed. I know Bryce loved her very much. I'm sorry for your loss. I'm thinking of y'all.
3 of 7 | Posted by: kristy bryce mom - mechanicsville, VA
“I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope that as the minute, hours, days, weeks, mouths and years pass that your heartache will be less. I thought...Read More »
4 of 7 | Posted by: Melinda Moore - Philadelphia, PA
“Sorry to here of your lose. My prayers are with u and your family. May God be with you.
5 of 7 | Posted by: Frances Rivera - Newport News, VA
“Love you and Miss you granny! xoxo
6 of 7 | Posted by: ashley rivera - charlottesville, VA
“I can't believe your not with us anymore granny! I know you aren't suffering anymore and your in a much better place. Granny, was such a loving and...Read More »
7 of 7 | Posted by: ashley rivera - charlottesville, VA
Margaret Eugenia Regensburg died peacefully in her sleep on Monday September 3, 2012 at Glenburnie Nusing Center in Richmond Virginia following a long illness. Margaret was born on February 28, 1927. She was predecreased by her husband Lewis Stanley Rowe, and first husband John Thomas Lumpkin. She is survived by one sister, Jean Farmer, one daughter, a devoted and long time caregiver Patricia Lynn Meyer, and husband Matt Meyer. A devoted son, Thomas Donald Lumpkin, wife Teresa T. Lumpkin, four grandchildren, Don Lumpkin, Brandon Lumpkin, Ashley Rivera, and Wesley Cavendish, three great grandchildren, Bryce, Paula, and Bryant Lumpkin. She was known to her many as "Granny" and although she was so tiny and frail, she gave us all such courage and hope and reminded us of the preciousness of life.