Robin Jean Cuffe

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Robin J. Cuffe of Northern Virginia on Sunday, February 4, 2007 at the Virginia Hospital Center. Beloved wife of Ron Cuffe; loving mother of Matt Cuffe; daughter of Russell Preuit and the late Jean Preuit; daughter-in-law of Marjorie Cuffe and the late Donald Cuffe; sister of Sally Cudd, Russ Preuit and Betsy Warwick. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 West Maple Avenue, Vienna, VA on Wednesday, February 7 and Thursday, February 8 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial services will be held at The Church of the Holy Comforter, 543 Beulah Road, Vienna, VA on Saturday, February 10 at 11:00 a.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Robin J. Cuffe Scholarship Fund at the Virginia Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, P.O. Box 25627, Richmond, VA 23260-5627

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. thanks so much for sharing with us at the VACVPR. My prayers are for you and Matt. She will be well remembered with a scholarlship.

  2. Dear Ron & Matt, May God be with you during this difficult time. Robin touched our lives briefly and we blossomed. I thank God for her friendship.

  3. Pat and I are deeply saddened over yours and Matt’s loss. We hope God brings you both the kind of peace only he can give.

  4. Ron, I never had the opportunity to meet Robin even though we’re kind of neighbors. I did have the pleasure of meeting you at Steve McLaughlin’s poker get together’s. My heart felt wishes go out to you and your faimly. I am right around the corner and would be happt to assist/help out in any way. Please do call on me if needed. The best, Mike Miller

  5. Ron, we were deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  6. Ron, We will be by to visit thursday. I know that you know how much we loved Robin. If there is any thing that we can do, don’t hesitate to ask. As the future rolls on, I’m here. Ralph

  7. Ron and Matt, We have fond memories of Robin and her bright smile. We were saddended when we heard the news. Our thoughts are with you both. Moira and Rick Schuster

  8. Matt and family- I just want you to know that you are in my thoughts. I will keep your family in my prayers for peace and assurance, during these difficult times.

  9. Ron and Matt, I will always remember Robin as the loving and joyful friend I knew in high school and at St Andrew’s. She was a special and lovely lady that made a difference in my life. Love and Peace, Gary Petherick

  10. Dear Ron, Aunt Marj, and Matt, We share your sadness with the loss of Robin and send our sympathy to you. May God comfort you now and in the days ahead. God bless Robin. Love, Christina, Ron, Lynn

  11. Ron, I was so sorry to hear about Robin. I know this can’t be easy. Let me know if anything I can do. Best,

  12. Dear Ron and Matt, I met Robin while working at Angela’s. She attended many of my classes and always offered a helping hand. We shared many “road trips” and I will miss her dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with the both of you. Fondy, Harriett

  13. We fondly remember Robin from the mid 70s when she cared for our mother, Betsy Schnibbe. I myself have never forgotten Robin since she was the one to hold me as I watched my mother pass away. The three of us would wonder about Robin every once in a while – she made such an impact on us as teenagers. Dad also appreciated her excitement and work at NASMHPD as well. I see by her photo that she never lost her joy and smile despite the awful diagnosis she was given at that time we knew her. Our prayers are with you. Sincerely, Marilyn, Peter and Valerie Schnibbe

  14. My mom and I knew Robin through the Audubon Society of Northern Virginia. We were very sad to hear of her passing. There are too few people like Robin who take an interest in wildlife and care enough to learn. She will be greatly missed by her fellow birders.

  15. Ron – I am so sorry for your loss. Trust that with time the immense sadness that you feel today may be replaced with fond memories from the many years you had together. Barbara

  16. Ron, our sincerest condolences for your loss. Robin was one of my Ecology students and an avid birder. She was, for Sandra, a source of strength and understanding as she help Sandra deal with her heart and lung problems at the CP Rehab Unit at Virginia Hosp. Robin was a joy to know. God Bless you and your family in this hour of sorrow

  17. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you, Matt and Family. May God Bless and wrap you in his tapestry of Faith and bring you Peace.

  18. I am the current president of the VACVPR and we are all going to sorely miss Robin. I always looked to Robin for her guidance and opinion on many subjects at our meetings. I also have Robin to thank for the wonderful letter of recommendation to the AACVPR last year when I achieved Fellow status. I couldn’t have done it without her. I will miss her.

  19. Ron and Matt, I will be thinking of you tomorrow as you celebrate Robin’s life that you have shared together. She always was willing to share her expertise and enthusiasm with the VACVPR members. Her dedication and passion will never be forgotten.I am quite sure her spirit will continue to be with us and guide us. I wish you peace. Mary R. Davis VACVPR Past-President Roanoke, VA

  20. Dear Cuffe Family, In all of our lives special people like Robin affect us in ways we may not realize until the years go by and the memories dim. My thoughts are with you as I recall the warm and kind guidance that Robin gave me as I started my career at the Arlington Hospital in the late 80’s. Please take comfort in knowing the many ways she will always be with so many of us. God Bless.

  21. To the Entire Cuffe Family, It was a pleasure working with Robin during our VACVPR association. Her passion and spirit served us all. She will be missed.

  22. Dear Ron and Matt, We are so sorry to hear of Robin’s passing. We’ve lost touch over the years, but still feel a closeness from times gone by. She was a very special lady, who will be missed by many. Our thoughts are with you at this time of loss. Fondly, Farrel & Gina Becker and family

  23. Dear Ron and Matt, I know we may have only met once or twice, but I was brought on by Robin as a young nurse in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab. (1993) I have since moved back to my home state and currently am a mom to 5 children. I found my way back into nursing as a parish nurse with my church. Well, a kind former patient of Robin’s sent me the obitury today. (Febr. 22nd) My heart ached as I learned of Robin’s passing. She provided me with an opportunity and education in the field of Cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. For that I will always be grateful. Yet, even more important she was a friend and support those few short years we worked together. I pray for you both now, that you would find comfort and peace in the arms of our Savior Jesus. He came because of how much suffering this world offers in order that we could experience the pure relationship with God the Father that He always inteded us to have. My sympathies and support. Elisa Kelly

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