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July 21, 2018

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January 24, 2017
I knew Roma in our neighborhood in Columbia MD for many years. When she moved to be with her sons, I missed her meaningful conversations, art and science observations. Missed seeing her on her long walks with her dog. Her love for nature was legend. Years ago one of her grandsons came to visit and he and I took kayaks into Lake Elkhorn, a sensitive kid. She was very proud of her grandchildren and their growth. Thank you for providing background information of Roma's full life. Peace be with you.
January 12, 2017
I was in Ms. Slyter's middle school art classes at HMS during the early 90s. She always supported and encouraged my unique and offbeat approaches to art especially in pastels and sculpture. Always supportive of my unusual creations, she helped to foster a lifelong love of art and learning. She will be greatly missed.
December 27, 2016
I lost touch with Roma when she moved away from her Columbia home to be near her family. I met Roma when we both attended Cornerstone Community Church. She was a giving individual and always had a warm smile when we were together. I remember her sharing with me being an Art teacher at a local high school. Her voice would be filled with emotion when she spoke of working with her students. Roma, I believe is with our Lord taking care of the animals (she loved) and sharing her love of art with other.

God Bless. It was an honor to say I knew you. Betty