Katherine R. Buckman

katherine buckman
Katherine R. Buckman (age 93) of McLean, Virginia passed away on Tuesday, November 25, 2008 at INOVA Fairfax Hospital. Beloved wife of the late John B. Buckman, Jr.; loving & devoted mother of John (Barbara) Buckman & Carol Buckman; sister of the late Helen DeOlden & Carl Rohrer. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Hosea Rosenberg & Sondra Rosenberg.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggest that memorial contributions be made to the Rohrer Library, care of Rock Spring Congressional Church.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Kitty was my Mother-In-Law, and she gave me a sign for Christmas one year, reading “How blessed I am, how fortunate I’ve been… that you are my Daughter in law and also my friend!” I will miss her very much.

  2. Kitty was part of my life growing up through her great and long-lasting friendship with my mother, Ruth. Memories of her pop up throughout my life. She was a wonderful person, who will be missed.

  3. Our memories of kitty are many. Kitty and our mother Ruth had been friends all their lives. We will especially remember many good times at the river catching and eating crabs.

  4. Aunt Kitty was, hands-down, the nicest, sweetest person I have ever known in my lifetime. I only have a few childhood memories of her. I will always remember her as soft-spoken, kind-hearted, pleasant, loving, upbeat, caring and wonderful woman to be around. I remember that the sound of her laugh was always comforting to me. I regret that I was not lucky enough to spend more time getting to know her as a person. That is my loss. Aunt Kitty, I love you and will miss you forever. Much love from your pesky niece, Brita

  5. Our condolences to the Buckman family. May the many great memories provide you with solace at this time of grief.

  6. Please accept our heartfelt condolenses and prayers. May your hearts be filled with joyous memories during this time of grief.

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