Lorienne P Roe

June 14, 1921January 4, 2021

Lorienne P. Roe, 99, passed into heaven on January 4, 2021 at her residence in Towson MD. She was the widow of Ralph Roe, Sr. They shared 56 years of marriage together. Born in Lynchburg, Virginia, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O. Plymale of Richmond, Virginia. She attended Richmond Professional Institute currently known as Virginia Commonwealth University. She was a buyer for Thalhimers department store in Richmond Virginia and was responsible for many of their fashion shows. After she was married, she moved many times as the wife of a navy officer including living three years in Japan during the Korean War. She will be remembered for her wonderful sense of humor and always having time to listen to others making them feel special. Toward the end of her life her greatest concern was that others would know the saving grace of Jesus Christ and rejoicing when someone would come to the Lord. She knew that she was going the heaven. She is survived by her son Ralph Roe, Jr. and his wife Lesley of Towson, Maryland, two grandchildren Emily Taylor her husband Todd, Ann Margaret Schaller her husband Justin, and 3 great grandchildren, Haven Taylor, Millie and James Schaller.

The memorial service will be held on Sunday, January 10, 2021 at 1:00PM at the Sailors Union Grace Church, 454 East Cross Street, Baltimore Maryland 21230. Memorial donations may be made to the Sailors Union Grace Church or the Greater Grace World Outreach Missions Fund, 6025 Moravia Park Drive, Baltimore, Maryland 21206.


  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, January 10, 2021


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Jane Staskus

January 9, 2021

Lori was a loving member of our family for over ten years. She was beautiful in every sense of the word. She was loving, kind, full of fun, compassionate, and often said that "living was her favorite hobby." Lori was like a mother to me, and I will miss her terribly.

Nancy May

January 7, 2021

I have known Lori for many years and she was a very dear friend and much loved member of our family. Lori was a kind and considerate person who loved to laugh and always had a smile on her face. She will be greatly missed. May she rest in peace.

Margaret Ambrose Barton

January 7, 2021

Ralph and family,

I am so sad to hear about Lorienne. My heart is with all of you.

I loved getting to know your Mom . My only regret is that I did not have more time with her. We stayed in touch by phone and mail and she will always be my favorite cousin . We enjoyed talking about family and family history and of course our dogs. I felt we were kindred spirits. She was an extraordinary and kind person and always so positive . We always had some good laughs. I learned alot from her feel so lucky to have known her.

I am sorry I can not travel from Montana for the service but everyone will be in my prayers. I will make a donation in her memory to an animal organization. I send my love to the whole family and hope we can stay in touch in the future. Love, Margaret

Lou Donnelly

January 7, 2021

Katherine(Lou) Donnelly

January 6, 2021

My beautiful friend of many years. She affectionately called me "her thister " We had a very special relationship before and after my daughter married her son
She will always be in my heart. Now at peace with her HEAVENLY FATHER