Dorothy-Cundiff-Obituary

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Dorothy Vawter Cundiff

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Sam and family,
I was so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. She certainly was a beautiful lady and I know you all will miss her, but she will always be in your heart. You will always treasure the wonderful Mom and Dad you were blessed to have. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love and Blessings.

Sam,
So sorry to hear about your Mom. It is so hard to lose your mother because of so many memories of her love and caring for the family for all these years.
Thinking about you and family.
Ralph Greenway

Dearest Terri,
My thoughts and prayers for God's Peace unto you and all your precious family. Celebrating Mrs. Cundiff's life and thanking God for her legacy that lives on through each of you!!
Love, hugs and prayers
Molly

So sorry for each of you, Your mom did so much for me when I was a kid, Without her I may have not made it out of school! God Bless!!

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bill & Becky, Same & Terri, Marianne & Mike and Debbie-and all the Grandchildren- Our hearts are deeply saddened by this loss-from what we know of Dot she was a wonderful, Godly mother & Grandmother, our hearts are comforted to know that she will be with her husband now and she will also be able to meet her/our little Lily & Emery who we miss dearly. Our hearts have been hurting so much the past few months but thank the Lord for HIS wonderful saving grace - that we know...

Bill and Sam,
Please accept our deepest sympathy in the loss of your mother. We will be out of town and unable to attend her funeral service. Nina and Ray Byrd

Becky, Bill, Tori, Ben, Andrew, and other family members
I am sorry to hear of your loss. We all know she is in a much better place and united with all of the other loved ones. I know that you will be comforted in the coming days by God's great love and grace. I will be praying for your strength. I know you all probably will not remember me but I was your babysitter for Ben and Tori when you all lived in Cherokee Hills. Gosh that was over 20 years ago and I remember Mrs. Cundiff's...

We know the loss you are feeling now is only matched by the joy with which she was met in Heaven, and each time her memory warms your heart her spirit lives on within you. What better legacy would she want to have?

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