Rome Schlater Johnston Tuttle

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Diane, "Brother Bob", and your lovely families....thinking of you all...

Dear Robert, Diane and family,
I am distressed for your -- and our -- loss of your dear mother. I cannot imagine Salem Presbyterian without her sweet presence.
She certainly reared some fine "kids" (how long since we have been called that?!)....
Please know that I continue to think of you, and pray for you.

Diane and "Brother Bob" and family...your Mom was so precious...may you all find peace in the memories that she has left for all of you to to you all...

To the Family of Rome Schlater Johnston Tuttle,

I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your mother. My father, William Henry Slough, went to the old Salem High School with Rome and they were both in the senior mirror as "Most Sophisticated." I still have the old school yearbook from that time. Your mother certainly lived up to the title as she was a very sophisticated lady indeed. That is quite a title to carry as they are so very far and few these days.

Diane and The Tuttle Family,

Our deepest sympathies to you and your family on the loss of your Mother. I am confident you take comfort in celebrating her rich, full and blessed life! While nothing compares to having her with you, I imagine her arrival into Heaven during the Easter celebration must be wonderful!

With much Love

Chip, Sandy, Drew and Eric Jackson
Holly Springs, NC


Rome's Obituaries

Mrs. Rome Schlater Johnston Tuttle, age 96, died March 30, 2013. She lived for ninety years in the home in which she was born in Salem, VA until she went to reside at Richfield Retirement Community. Preceding her in death was her husband of 44 years, William McComb Tuttle. Rome graduated from old...

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