Mary Edna (Reese) Argenbright

August 20, 1945November 18, 2020

Mary Edna (Reese) Argenbright passed away November 18, 2020 at Accordius at Harrisonburg Nursing Home.

Mrs. Argenbright was born August 20, 1945 and was the daughter of William and Anna (Branner) Reese.

She worked at James Madison University as a housekeeper.

She was married to James Argenbright for twenty years.

She had two sisters, Frances and Verdie and one brother, Walter, who preceded her in death.

Mary is survived by her children, Lorrie Bolton, James Earman and Cris Earman. She also had many grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

A graveside service will be conducted 11:00 a.m. Saturday, November 28, 2020 at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens, Harrisonburg, Virginia by Pastor Charles Clinedinst.

Memorial contributions may be made to Rockingham Harrisonburg SPCA, P. O. Box 413, Harrisonburg, VA 22803.

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Joy S.

November 28, 2020

You was a very loving and caring Wife, Mother, and Grandmother. You was loves by so many people and will be missed dearly. There are so many memories with you that I'll never forget. You was there for so many people. Fly High Sweet Angel.

Cheryl Pennington

November 27, 2020

May You RIP. You Were A Very Wonderful Woman

James Earman

November 26, 2020

I want thank those who made memory of mom from family friends it was great knowing how special woman she was very loving caring never once sad nothing bad to know one we all going miss her but mom was super hero to me always saving me thru things in my life mom love you miss you it's your time shine up there in heaven looking down on us watching us rest in peace mom til I see you up in heaven your baby Jamie earman

Shannon Leblond

November 25, 2020

I had the great honor to call Mary Argenbright my aunt. She was a kindhearted women. She was caring and compassionate. She was lighthearted and had a great sense of humor. She always make me laugh. She was an inspiration to everyone who met her. Mary never turned anyone away when they needed a shoulder to cry on or an ear to bend. May she rest in peace.

Eleanor Davis

November 24, 2020

We will always love you and miss you grandma!!

Rachel Justice

November 24, 2020

I will miss mary,a nice person. Condolences to you all. Remember the good times

Lorrie Bolton

November 24, 2020

I will always love you and miss you dearly you were so special to me and keep a piece of you in my heart I will never forget you and the special times we spent with each other rest in peace mother God is waiting for you. Everyone thought the world of you at cambridge apartments you will be missed by many of your friends and family. From Lorrie and Carl who you loved dearly .

Gina Vanderburg

November 23, 2020

Mom Mary wish I got to see you before you left to go home with the Lord but you are in no more pain and surfing fly high in heaven i will get to see you some day up in heaven and fly high with you will always love you and miss you

Gina Vanderburg

November 23, 2020

Hey mom I will always remember waking up and asking Jamie I wonder how mom is are what mom was doing or watching on tv he would tell me well call her and see when I would call you would answer and I would say hi mom and you would say hi hun ask me how I was doing I would tell that I was fine or not feeling well and remember the conversations that we had i always remember teasing you about the maintenance man that would come in and fix things for you that was wrong with the apartment and you telling me the time you and sis Lorri had together I love you very much and will miss you dearly❤ LOVE YOU MOM

Summer davis

November 23, 2020

Me and cris will miss u keep on calling on sundays and saying you watching the race on sundays. Rest in piece


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