Agnes was always a positive lady who loved her friends. I am blessed to have had her as a good friend for twenty years. Agnes was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She will be missed by friends in Heritage Hunt. My condolences to Dave and her sons and their families.
My heart goes out to the family of Agnes. She was an encourager and full of life. We had such fun playing bridge online during the pandemic. And then especially as we resumed in person. She would ask me in to say hello to Dave before we started to play. Glad for those visits. Hopefully we can visit Dave as we're praying he'll continue lving here in Heritage Hunt.
Thanks for making this well done video available.
I feel such sympathy for the family of Agnes.
Am sure it will be hard on all 4 boys and of course for David.
Hopefully he will be able to "stay in their home" here in Heritage Hunt.
I will miss her so much as she has been a good friend since we moved here at about the same time they did, we enjoyed the company of Agnes and Dave with our card playing.
Of course I will miss her Bridge Group as I will miss her.
From Judy and Bob Colucci
I mourn with you over the death of Agnes. She was a great person, full of sugar and spice! Thank you David for using your talents to make the funeral available to be seen on u-tube.
Jim, you gave a powerful and loving tribute to your mom. And of course Kats gave her a beautiful song to go with her. After all, she was the golden child, being the only girl in the grandchildren! Agnes and I had fun laughing about that.
So many good memories are with her and I will always think of her with a smile. That's the way she made you feel. My love to each of you, Kaye
My sympathy to Agnes' family. I live in Heritage Hunt and met Agnes years ago in the indoor pool. I always enjoyed talking to Agnes and was sad to see her Obituary in the Washington Post. She was a lovely woman and I will miss her smiling face. My condolences to all of her family, Barbara Kenefake
Our thoughts and prayers are with Dave and the boys.
Jack & Dottie Gabig
Agnes and Dave were one of the earliest members of our stroke group in Fairfax, VA where we met every Friday and looked forward to that day. Agnes was the caregiver for Dave who suffered a stroke some years ago. She was always cheerful and thoughtful. I don't think there were too many things that would ruffle her feathers. She was as solid as a rock. I loved her and will miss her dearly. Now we will pay special attention to Dave, as Agnes would have wanted.
Our deepest sympathies to the Terry and Samford families and to all the relatives and friends who knew and loved Agnes. Our recollections of her go back many years. We know that she was very loved and will be greatly missed.
The Ripberger Family
Our deepest sympathies are with all of you in the loss of Agnes.
I will forever remember her kind soul, and infectious laugh.
Dear Terry Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate the life of your Mother. May your memories of her bring a smile and warmth to you during this time and always.