Roman Thune

roman thune
Roman Thume, age 92, of Vienna, Virginia died on Friday, July 18, 2008. Beloved husband of Hilda Thune; father of Patricia Kinsman, Stephen Thume and David Thume; brother of Bob Thume and grandfather of Anna Kinsman. Memorial services will be held at Dunn Loring United Methodist Church, 2501 Gallows Road, Dunn Loring, Virginia 22027. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Dunn Loring United Methodist Church.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. On behalf of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Alumni Association, I extend my sympathy to Mrs. Thune and family. Roman was a long-time member of our organization of former VA employees. We salute his service to veterans.

  2. Hilda, Sorry to hear of the death of your husband. I would like to attend the services Saturday. I will be leaving for Richmond that day. I hope to talk with you later and express my condolences in person

  3. Steve, we are so sorry about the loss of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of your family.

  4. I remember Roman, well. He was a real gentleman of integrity and respected by everyone in V.A. Always modest, openly cordial and pleasant to talk to or deal with. Roman seemed to be known by everyone throughout the Department of Medicine, V.A. Central Office, where he headed the Medical Inspector office and its sensitive investigations, very capably and fairly. My condolences to his family and friends.

  5. Our sympathy to the family at the passing of Roman. May many good memories comfort you in this time of sorrow.

  6. Dear Family of Roman Thune, I am sorry about the lost of your loved one. Words cannot describe feelings in a time like this. We can get comfort from the Bible at Psalm 55:22. Please take care of yourselves.

  7. Hilda, Patricia, Stephen and David, We are so sorry for your loss but relieved that Roman is at peace and finally free from pain. Our thoughts are with you. Betty and Art Hagen

  8. Dear Hilda and family, I wanted to let you know that I have been thinking about you and your family. I know this is a difficult time. You have been in our prayers. I regret that I can’t make it to the service. Our family is headed for our annual vacation at Nags Head and we are leaving early Sat. am. Roman and I went back a long time working for the Veteran’s Administration. I have very fond memories of our days with Roman and you, Hilda. With sympathy, Anne

  9. Dear Hilda, David, Patti, Anna, and Steve, I’m sorry that we could not make Roman’s memorial service. I hope it was comforting for all of you. Roman was lucky to have such a supportive family, and you are lucky to have each other. I know he suffered a great deal, and I was amazed at how able he was as a blind person. If I get sick, I want Hilda to come live with me! She was a wonderful care giver, and it wasn’t easy. I will always remember Roman’s interest in our family and how polite he was when I came over to your house. He would remain standing when I walked in until I sat down. At first I didn’t think about it, but occasionally he wouldn’t be able to tell if I had sat down, or not after he lost his sight. Manners were important to him. I hope you will find comfort in knowing that he has now found relief. Love, The Brown’s

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