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Remembering Marsha

By James Roberts

It has been three years since you went home to be with the Lord on May 29th, 2021. We have missed you so much. We know with certainty that we will meet again. That's the only hope in this world that we have. It seems only yesterday that you left us. We see things everyday that you had something to do with or changed or touched that makes us either smile, laugh or cry. Sometimes all three. We cherish the time that we all had here and look forward to seeing you again as promised someday. Wife, Mother, Friend to so many. --James and Jamison

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Remembering Marsha Roberts

2024-05-25 - Myrtle Beach, SC - Photo courtesy James Roberts.
Marsha and Jamison Roberts outside Byrds Famous Cookies, before her passing in 2021. James says, "We cherish the time that we all had here and look forward to seeing you again as promised someday."

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