Alma B. Barsanti

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On March 24, 2009, Alma B. Barsanti passed away at her residence. She is the loving wife of Ronald G. Barsanti, M.D.; devoted mother of Carla (Danny) Guessford, Dr. Ronald (Mary Ellen) Barsanti, Dr. Christopher Barsanti, Susan Barsanti & Alicia (Jeff) Trim. She is also survived by a sister Irene (Joseph) O'Neal; a brother-in-law, Ardwin (Helen) Barsanti; & ten grandchildren.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. All my sympathies to Alma’s loved ones. My prayers are with Alma and the entire Barsanti family.

  2. Johnnie & I would like to express our deepest sympathy to all of you in the loss of your mother. You all will be in our thoughts & prayers.

  3. Dear Dr. Barsanti, Susan and family, I’m very sorry to just learn of the passing of Mrs. Barsanti. I happened to be on-line to sign another guest book when I saw her name. Her picture would have given her away, too; you look just like her, Sue. Please know that we will keep your family close in thought and prayers, and may God hold you close in the Palms of His Hands, now and hereafter. Warm Regards, Kathy (Sedlock) Rogers and the whole Sedlock family

  4. I have fond memories of Alma during our years at St. Joseph’s College. My prayers are with her and her family during this sad time. May her soul rest in peace. Rose Bravo ’49

  5. Dear Ron, ‘Just saw the obituary in the Washington Post and needed to drop you a line…I just buried my mom one year ago in March (Money and King, St. Mark’s, Fairfax Memorial) and I am still at a loss. After 25 years of priesthhod and funerals, expressions of condolence still sound empty. I will be offering Mass for your mom on Saturday — and praying especially for you and Carla. With heart-felt affection, Fr. Ray

  6. There was one time I remember vividly. It was dinner time and I was really tired and I didn’t feel like eating. Then Alma, my grandma, asked me if she could make me somethling else like a sandwich. I didn’t want her to go to the trouble so she gave me something else for dinner that night. She let me eat cookies for dinner that night. That is what I remember and that will always make me smile.

  7. When my family arrived at Alma’s house (my grandma), I was the last one to go insde the house. Even before I walked in I heard, “Where’s my Lucas? Where’s Lucas?” I immediately knew that it was Grandma because she was so excited and so full of life. That is something that I will definitely miss in my life.

  8. We met Alma in 1971 when Faye went to work for Barsanti and Knerr. That was the beginning of a wonderful friendship with a delightful person, Alma.She is in our prayers and memories of fun picnics and parties.God bless her.

  9. Dear Alicia, Jeff, Lucas and Joseph, We know how difficult it can be to lose your loved ones and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your whole family. Alicia, your mother always seemed so happy and cheerful when she came to visit. She had such a pleasant personality just like you. She was so proud of Lucas and Joseph, too! Cherish all of the fond memories you have. Your Bennington family sends their love! Love, Bruce, Patti, Lauren and Natalie Simpson

  10. Carla, Danny and family, I am so so sorry for your incedible loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know how close your family is and hope you can all comfort each other. Love, Robin Kaufman

  11. I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is often thought about through these times. You are in my prayers and may god be close to your hearts and keep you strong.

  12. Dear Alicia, our deepest sympathies and our prayers go out to you and your family. love from Vesna,Chris,Havana and Mathilda

  13. We were sorry to hear of Alma’s passing. Our prayers go out to the entire Barsanti family. Our condolences in the loss of wife and mother.

  14. Dear Alicia, We were so saddened to hear about your Mom and all you and your family are going through. Our prayers are with you and your loved ones at this most difficult time. Fondly, Pat, Amy, Patrick, Markie, and Michael

  15. Chris and Family, My prayers to you and your family at this time. May the Lord guide and keep you strong.

  16. We share your sorrow at the passing of Alma she was a special lady, loving and fun and we had many happy times with her and Ronald.All of our family send our prayers and love to you all especially your Dad at this difficult time

  17. We share your sorrow at the passing of Alma she was a special lady, loving and fun and we had many happy times with her and Ronald.All of our family send our prayers and love to you all especially your Dad at this difficult time

  18. Dear Alicia, Our hearts go out to you and your family. It is difficult to lose someone you love so much. We pray that your faith will give you the strength that you need. Know that you are in our prayers. Love always, Janine, Joe, and Addison Manion

  19. Dear Dr. Barsanti, We are saddened by the news of Alma’s passing. We are sorry for your loss. We have known both of you since 1960. She is one of the few remaining giants who contributed greatly by raising a wonderful family and educating them to serve the community. We will remember all of you in our daily prayers.

  20. To: Alicia, Jeff, Lucas and Joseph, We are praying for you and your family. May God give you peace and strength to help you through each day. love & prayers from Talbot PL

  21. Alicia and the entire Barsanti family – I was so sad to hear about your mom. Your family was such a part of my growing up years. I remember how lively your house always was and how your mom was always in the kitchen cooking something delicious and making me laugh. They are memories I still cherish. My prayers and love are with you all.

  22. Dear Doctor B, Carla, Ronnie, Chris, Susan and Alicia, I was very saddened to learn about the passing of your wife and mother, Alma. I have very fond memories of her from childhood. She always had the sweetest face and smile and made me feel welcome in your home. Please accept my sincerest condolences on your loss and know that our prayers and thoughts are with you. Kindest regards, Diane Fama

  23. To the entire Barsanti Family: As a small child I have many fond memories of the good times on Roosevelt Court. Mrs. Barsanti was always so much fun! Her home was busy with 5 children but she always greeted you and welcomed you with open arms! I remember what a devoted mother she was and how hard she worked. Throughout my life she has kept in touch with me, my family, and my parents. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Beth Stettner (Elizabeth Wiesnet)

  24. Alma’s passing was so sad. I have many wonderful memories of her. I would appreciate a copy of her eulogy/Mass booklet to share with my mother Alma Fasciott, Alma B.’s aunt. My thoughts and prayers are with Ronnie and Alma’s family.

  25. Carla, Ronnie, and Chris, So sad to hear of your mom’s passing. It’s been years since I lived across the street from your family but I still remember when you all moved in, playing kick ball in the road, and the strong sense of family that always surrounded your home. I know you’ll keep your mom’s spirit alive by sharing family stories with each other and your families. My thoughts are with you all. Best, Lisa Barnett (Erickson)

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