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Maria Bartush Groff

Houston, Texas

Aug 6, 1967 – Mar 5, 2018 (Age 50)

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Maria Bartush Groff1967-2018Maria Bartush Groff, 50, passed away peacefully after an extended battle with cancer on Monday, March 5, 2018.Born August 6, 1967 in Pottsville, PA, Maria was a graduate of Nativity BVM High School, Pottsville, PA; Newcomb College, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA,...

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Dear Maria, I was stunned when I found out today of your passing. We met in Neiman's Houston, I was a sales associate and you, one of the happiest most positive ladies I had ever met on the job. It take take long for us to dicoer tAlthough we didn't know each other well, I know I will never forget you! My heart is aching because I never got to tell you in person how much I admired you and how much you inspired me.

I met Maria in Tulane, we were floor mates fist year of college, studied together, and brief roommates. I will always treasure how she inspired me to grow in my catholic faith. She is shining from above now. My prayers and thoughts are with her family.

Chester, Maria & family, we are so very sorry to hear about your beautiful daughter's passing. Please know you will all be in our prayers.
God Bless You,
Deacon Andrew & Grace Ann Sabados

My sincere sympathy to the family .

My heart goes out to your family. I will keep you all in my prayers. May God continue to be with you all as you cope with her passing.

My heartfelt sympathy to you,Maria and Chet and
Rose and.
Aunt Gloria. My prayers will be for a very long time for all of you and Maria's husband
and children. I didn't know Maria but from what
I read, she must have been a truly wonderful woman. I know how proud you were of her since birth. May God grant you peace while Maria
smiles upon you.
Sincere love and prayers,
Ellen DeStefano
Pottsville

Maria, I am so glad to have known you. Grateful we had such a nice conversation at the last book club meeting. You will be missed by all of us!
Georgia

My dearest cousin, my heart is broken that you have left us. I will take comfort in our wonderful memories growing up and that you are no longer suffering. You were beautiful in every way. I love you and will forever miss you.

I was fortunate enough to work with Maria at Phillips 66. I will always remember her laugh, warm smile, quick wit and how she burst with pride when talking about her boys.

She has been and will continue to be missed here in the office.

To her family, my heart is so very heavy for your loss. I am praying for peace and comfort for each of you in the days and months to come.