Violet Altice Light

Roanoke, Virginia

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I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Ms. Light.. Ellen Curtis was my sister and she was in awe that this lady could work so hard, such long hours, and so caringly even at her age it made me appreciate her, and I had never met her.. so that is a true testament of the affect she had on those she met. Condolences go to the family of such an outstanding lady.

Mrs. Light was one of my Charge Nurses at the Meth. Home when I worked there. She was a wonderful, caring, and hard working lady. Mrs. Violet will be dearly missed by many. GOD bless the Light Family in their time of sorrow.

With sincere and heartfelt sympathy in your time of sorrow. We love you and will be praying for your family. God bless you. love and prayers, Shirley ann and Claude donahue

Mrs. Light and my mother Ellen M. Curtis worked together for years at the Roanoke United Methodist Home. My mom always spoke so highly of her. My condolences to the family.

We love you grandma!! With tears in our eyes and a very heavy heart we find comfort in knowing you are now an angel celebrating with Jesus!!! We love and will miss you always,until we meet again!!!

My prayers are with you.
Love, Patsy


Violet's Obituaries

Violet Altice Light, 91, of Roanoke passed away on Thursday, May 16, 2013. She was a member of Shenandoah Baptist Church.Violet was a LPN and worked until she was 85. She started working at the Nursery at Roanoke Memorial Hospital and worked at Catawba Hospital, the City Nursing Home and retired...

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