Anna "Becky" Rebecca (Carman) Roe

Born: Sun., Aug. 25, 1929
Died: Thu., Apr. 6, 2017


2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Sun., Apr. 09, 2017
Location: William Watters Memorial United Methodist Church

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Mon., Apr. 10, 2017
Location: William Watters Memorial United Methodist Church

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On Thursday April 6, 2017 Anna "Becky" Rebecca Roe of Jarrettsville, Maryland passed away.  Daughter of the late John Walter Carman and the late Ruth Evelyn Cuddy Carman.    Wife of the late Raymond Lee Roe Sr.; mother of Raymond "Randy" L. Roe and wife Donna; grandmother of  LeAnne Borusiewicz and husband David; Kiberly Travers and husband Jesse; Daniel "D.J." Roe and wife Kristin.  Great-grandmother of Lexy Roe; Julia Borusiewicz; Nathan Travers; Emily Borusiewicz; Evan Roe.  Also survived by a nephew Robert Carman Jr.

Visitation will be Sunday April 9, 2017 from 2-5 PM at the William Watters Memorial United Methodist Church, 1452 West Jarrettsville Road Jarrettsville, Maryland  21084.  Funeral Service will be Friday April 10, 2017 at 11:00 AM at the church.  Interment in adjoining church cemetery.

Charitable donations may be made in Anna "Becky"'s memory to the following organization:

William Watters Bell Choir
1452 West Jarrettsville Road Jarrettsville, Maryland 21084

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Ken & Sharon Richardson
   Posted Fri April 07, 2017
You were Becky to your friends, Boots to your siblings, but you will always be Sis to us as you were more of a sister than an aunt. We will miss our weekly calls to each other for all the years we have been in Tennessee. Though we will be apart for awhile, we will still love you.

Ken, Sharon, Kenny & Will Richardson

Tim and Jayne Carman and Family
   Posted Thu April 13, 2017
Tim and I loved Aunt Sis so much but in recent years had not stayed in touch. Once our children came along we seemed to get caught up in life and failed to stay in touch. On occasion we would say " we really need to call Aunt Sis" but never seem to take the time. I must have started a dozen or more letters over the years but never finished them. We would hear through Tim's mom about how she was doing and so forth. She was really a special person and we enjoyed our time spent with Aunt Sis and Uncle Lee. He was special to us as well. No doubt we will see them again one day.

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