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A. Virginia Rodebaugh

Obituary Condolences

A. Virginia (Higgs) Rodebaugh, age 89 of Plymouth Meeting, died Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at home with her family at her side. Wife of the late Harold Rodebaugh. Born in Norristown, PA on June 30, 1922, she was a daughter of the late Frances (Hilgert) and John W. Higgs. Virginia has lived in Plymouth Meeting since 2008, formerly of Jeffersonville and Harmonville, Pa. She was a member of Plymouth Meeting Evangelical Congregation Church and a graduate of Springfield High School class of 1940, where she remained active planning reunions. She was a Quality Control Specialist with the Markel Corp of Plymouth Meeting. She was a member of TOPS since 1996. She was known for her Rice Pudding and Green Tomato Relish. She also enjoyed crocheting and playing cards. She is survived by daughters, Karen (and Joseph) Luce of Plymouth Meeting, Linda (and Ronald) Schmoyer of Jeffersonville, Diane (and George) Goeke of Hillsborough, NJ; sisters, Louise Smith of Conshohocken, Frances Ellam of Conshohocken, June Scott of Salisbury, NC. Also survived by eight grandchildren, John (and Annmarie) Stackhouse, Beverly Timinski, Alicia (and Kevin) Kopp, Darren (and Beth) Stackhouse, Michelle (and Ben) Bloodwell, Marlene (and Phil) Forsyth, Holly (and Greg) Herbener, and Hadley Schmoyer , and 11 great grandchildren. Her Funeral Service will be held on Monday March 12 at 11:00 AM from the Moore & Snear Funeral Home 300 Fayette Street, Conshohocken with Rev. Robert A. Brown officiating, Pastor of Plymouth Meeting E.C. Church. Friends may call Sunday from 5 to 7 PM and Monday from 10 to 11AM at the Moore & Snear Funeral Home 300 Fayette Street Conshohocken. Interment George Washington Memorial Park, Plymouth Meeting. Memorial contributions to Plymouth Meeting Evangelical Congregational Church, 42 East Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 OR Mercy Suburban Cancer Center 1541 Powell Street Norristown, Pa 19401.

Published in The Times Herald on Mar. 9, 2012
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