OBITUARY

Marie Grace Polson

September 26, 1928October 31, 2018
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Marie Grace Polson “Kiki” (Age 90)

On October 31, 2018, in Alexandria, VA, Kiki passed away surrounded by her loving family. Born in Pontiac, Michigan on September 26, 1928, to John Harlow and Reneé Baillergeau. Beloved wife of Harold “Sandy” Polson for 57 years. Sassy and loving until the end, everyone considered her a mother and friend. Preceded in death by her brothers Patrick and Reneé. Survived by her brothers, Jacques and Leo, three children, Jeff (Beckie), Sally-Ann (William), and Steven (Mary), six grandchildren, one great-granddaughter, and many nieces, nephews, and friends. Visitation will be held at Demaine Funeral Home, 520 S Washington Street, Alex. VA, 22314, on Sunday 11/4/2018 from 12:30 – 2:00 PM with a short memorial to follow. Burial will occur at Arlington National Cemetery at a future date. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Fisherhouse.org.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, November 4, 2018
  • Prayer Service Sunday, November 4, 2018
REMEMBERING

Marie Grace Polson

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Ann Dice

November 4, 2018

To all of Kiki's family, love and condolences. What a beautiful woman, strong and unfliching in her convictions. What a comfort she was to me on the loss of my husband, Denny.
Sandy,Kiki, Denny and I became very close in our military family. This included Bob and Betty Malley. I feel a great loss yet a great comfort in knowing they are all reunited in the most perfect family in heaven.
At a time like this, words are so inadequate. Love is the great compesation.

Wanda Phillips

November 4, 2018

Ms. Polson and I have known each other for 35 years,I have styled her hair,discussed family,vacations.children,grand children,good things,bad things,anything that came up in conversation,we have probably shared our views,Ms. Polson wasn't only a client She was a dear friend,I can say with all my Heart Thursday morning will never be the same at Fort Hunt Hair Design,her smile,her thoughts,all her conversation and her Nantucket Purse,will be greatly missed. I am on vacation,and so sorry that I can't be there.Sending my Sympathy and Love to the Family! Wanda Phillips

Mary Lou Ranck

November 2, 2018

I met Mrs Polson at our hairdresser many years ago. She, Diane, and I shared a love of books and sort of formed an informal book club at Ft Hunt Hair Design. We would exchange books and when we had appointments on Thursday mornings we would discuss them. So much fun and we all learned to read new authors. Jodi Picoult was one of her favorite authors and now is one of mine.

Mrs Polson was such an interesting woman. She lived a very full life as a military wife and lived all over the world and loved it all. She always had such great stories to tell and a lot of it she could relate to by the books we read.

She and I agreed politically as well so the discussions about that were very spirited as were most things she was passionate about.

I will miss her wisdom and insight very much. But, mostly miss her smile and her great sense of humor.

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