July 19, 2022

Mary Dimmel

We at The Floyd Beacon mourn the passing of Mary Dimmel on Monday, July 18th, 2022. At the same time we celebrate the time we were able to spend with her in this life. We pray for the Peace of the Holy Spirit upon Richard and her children and their children.

The family has asked that we share these arrangements:

Visitation is this evening, Tuesday July 19th, from 6-8 pm at Syon Abbey MM 145 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Funeral mass is tomorrow, Wed July 20th, at 2 pm at Syon Abbey Cemetery with burial to follow at Syon Abbey Cemetery. 

Reception to follow the burial at the home of the Borins.
Please bring a dish to share and folding chair(s) for seating. 1011 Cox Store Road SW, Floyd Va.

Note: Google Maps may indicate that it is permanently closed.

“Do not worry about anything, but present your needs to God in prayer and petition, with thanksgiving. Then the peace of God, which is beyond all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7

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  1. Kimberly Keller and Family

    We are thankful for all the fun times we spent with Mary and her beautiful family. Her brilliant mind and generous heart will be an inspiration to us always. May all of Mary’s loved ones feel the consolation of our heavenly Father, the comfort of our faith, and the warmth of their happy memories, as they journey through the days ahead.


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