Virginia P. Roman

virginia roman
On September 20, 2009, Virginia Parko Roman of Vienna, Virginia died suddenly. Loving wife of the late Steve Roman; devoted mother of Donna Roman Wilson (Joseph), Steven John Roman (Silvia Gonzalez), Robert Francis Roman (Jill), & Frank Michael Roman. She is also survived by one sister Donna Kozuch; five grandchildren: John, Katharine, Jason, Laura, & Nichole.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. my brother douglas and i will surely miss you aunt genna, glad we were able to see you and uncle steve the last few years

  2. May Almighty God of all comfort and tender mercies comfort the Roman family (2 Cor. 1:3,4), The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear His voice and come out, Almighty God will wipe out every tears from Their eyes and death will be no more, May these thoughts be of Some comfort.

  3. I am so sad. Aunt Ginna was such a vivacious person; she always was upbeat and smiling. My heart goes out to you, Donna, Steve, Robert and Frank. We will be thinking of you and the rest of the family and praying that you will feel the love of our Father as He stays close to comfort you and hold you and help you through your grief.

  4. Dear Steven, Donna, Robert and Frank, Your Mom was a remarkable and special lady who helped so many children overcome their speech difficulties. When I was growing up, she was a role model for me, and I admired her positive attitude and temendous energy. We are sorry that we are unable to extend our sympathy in person.

  5. Dear Donna & family: What an amazing person Virginia was. She was a real class act. She was a trail blazer for women, serving decades in business. She was a loving wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend. She was truly a role model for a life lived well. She leaves behind a rich legacy that her entire family and those who knew and respected her can be proud of. She is now in heaven, with the love of her life. How fortunate is she and are we! All of our love and support, Pam, Kris, and Watson

  6. Donna & Joe, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Your Mom will be greatly missed. We love you, Max and Glenda

  7. Virginia Virginia… You will be missed. You meant so much to so many in your family and with your friends. You had a major impact on so many lives, including your family and the children you helped. I am so glad to have known you and been able to share your life. Bob

  8. Dear Donna,Steven,Robert & Frank and families, We were extremely saddened to hear of the passing of your mother. She was a generous and loving influence in all our lives and we will miss her. You are all in our prayers. Love, Elaine, Rich & Michael

  9. Dear Donna, Please know that Jay and I are keeping you and all your family in our hearts and prayers as you go through this very difficult time. Arms around you with love, Gayle and Jay

  10. Uncle Robert & Family, Knowing what we know about heaven, let us rejoice that such a wonderful lady is now with God and is watching over us. My condolences and prayers always

  11. Our heart felt condolences to the Roman family. Virginia will be missed.In addition to being a wonderful patient she was a warm and loving human being.

  12. Dear Donna, Frank, Steven and Robert, We were very sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. She was a kind and pleasant lady. Our neighborhood will miss her.

  13. Hi Frank and all your family, I did not have the pleasure of meeting VIRGINIA but from what I hav e heard I know she must have been a great lady. Our deepest sympathy. Jack and Mary Ann Weier

  14. Dear Frank and family, I am so saddened to find out about the sudden passing of your beloved mother. Although I have never met her, the wonderful stories Frank has shared about her made me wish I would have had the chance. She sounded like a truly remarkable woman. I hope you are able to get through this trying time and slowly remember the wonderful memories you shared with her very fondly. Thinking of you all.

  15. Dear Frank, So sorry about the passing of your mother. I know it has been a tough year for you and I know you’ll get through it. We support you and love you and are thinking of you. Love, Debra and Bill

  16. Dear Donna, Steve, Robert, and Frank, I am so saddened to hear of your mother’s passing. Virginia was a fantastic human being. Never have I met anyone with more energy or compassion for her work than your mother. She spoke often of her love for your father, Steve, and for each of you. Virginia was my rock when I was a young mother. She knew what to say and do when I needed advice. She loved my children, as though they were her own. I remember the first year my mother sent your family the oplatek for Christmas. Virginia told me that she had been really missing her mom, and that when the oplatek arrived, she thought it was a sign from her mother that everything was ok, that she was watching out for your family from heaven. So now know that your mother and father are watching over each of you, and rejoicing in all you do. God bless each of you. Martha Cudd

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