Our family was saddened to learn of Rita&s passing on 8/1/11. Although we had not seen Rita in several years, we are sorry to learn of this so late. We would have come to funeral had we known. Our sincerist thoughts & prayers are with your family.
Aunt Roberta McKee
Cousin Bob McKee & wife, Kathy
Kent and Pam
Sorry to hear about your loss.
Take care of each other in these times.
Let time run it&s course to help you in your grieving.
Again, sorry about your Mother and God Bless.
Where to begin... Rita was such a joy to be around and had such a zest for life. She made those around her better people. Whether we were working at Kirby Risk or hanging out playing Bunko at another co-worker&s house, Rita was always there with a joke and a smile. She was an honest and loving woman who&s smile & laughter could light up a room. She will be greatly missed. My sincerest condolences for your loss and God&s blessing to you all.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers and I love each of you very deeply. Your Mom was my best friend and companion. SHe prayed for a companion and got stuck with me. We shared a lot and laughed a lot and grew
a lot. We had hard times we had good times and we had just goofy times.
Thank you all for letting me be a part of your Mom&s life and in turn yours too.
You have my deepest sympathy for your loss. I have such good memories of Rita during our ten years living in Dayton. She had a quirky sense of humor that I loved. She will be missed by all of her friends, old and new. Jane