Our Princess is gone

Fri 4:39: AM Our beloved mom, sister, daughter and friend was taken off life support and has passed on.

On behalf of the family we would like to thank all of her friends for the amazing outpouring of support during this trying time.

We will update this site with more information as arrangements are made.

We sign off for now with love to Maureen and blessings to her friends.

Warm Regards,

Her Loving Family





7 Replies to “Our Princess is gone”

  1. So sorry. Prayers of comfort and strength to her family and friends. Maureen was a special lady and will be missed. Shalom

  2. I pray for the peace of God that surpasses all understanding for all of Maureen’s family and friends. I will miss her, but I know that I will see her again. Hugs, Becky Dvorak

  3. Dear Angela,
    It was wonderful to hear your voice today on the phone. Thank you for calling me back, and for sharing some personal moments with me. Your mom was an incredible woman, in every way. I met her in Nashville in the year 2000, I believe. We quickly became the best of friends. We talked endlessly, traveled to divinely appointed places together, entertained important people, and prayed plenty! In fact some of our prayers lasted so late, it sometimes put her to sleep. Everything about my life was affected by my friendship with her. Everything! Doors opened, and things happened! I absolutely believe our prayers became more powerful as the Lord drew us together. I was blessed to hear her stories of her daily life experiences, that proved to me (to us!) how greatly the Lord used her in situations. Her talents were used not only to beautify her clients’ appearances, but equally their lives. She was a willing vessel He used to touch the world in ways only she could do. There truly is no way to describe how amazing her life on Earth was. And I know I am only one of many who witnessed that anointing. Her eyes were fixed on Her Savior, and all that she believed in and hoped for is now hers. I will always be blessed by the memories I have, and I look forward to meeting her again, one glorious day!
    God be with you, always. Ahava Shalom!

  4. My wife Marilyn and Maureen met in Washington,DC eight years ago and became dear friends albeit long distance. I met Maureen in person for the first time at the Rays for Light in the Darkness dinner this year after many brief but enjoyable conversations with her over the past eight years when she would call my wife Marilyn. (Maureen had been encouraging us to come for a number of years.) I will remember the times talking about Israel and her encouraging me to look into my family background. Maureen’s death comes as a shock with the suddenness, but one thing I know is the Psalmist put it best when he wrote, “Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of His saints.” Maureen was a saint and will be long remembered for her work.

  5. Angela
    I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my mother who was my best friend, so I know how you are feeling. I ended up meeting Maureen soon after my mom pasted away.
    She was a gift from God to all of us.
    Every time we got together your name always came up. You were always on her mind. You and Shawn are her jewels.
    I wanted to share a vision the Lord gave me when we were praying out in the court yard at Fairfax Hospital that last day. We were praying and I saw your Mom going through a dark space and through a dark vail. Once through she there was a light or something I could not see but it was very bright. It shown on her face and a wind blew her hair and she had a amazed wide eyed look of joy and surprise on her face. Like she just walked in to a surprise party. So HAPPY!!!
    And I also heard the Lord say that
    She will be able to do more from there for her family and her people.

    If you need anything please let me know.


  6. Shone & Angela:

    I am so sorry for your loss, and even sorrier that I am unable to be there to help you guys through this time. Its thard to put into words the impact your mother’s friendship had on Maria and myself. While Maureen was an amazing woman of grace, she was also as fierce of a spiritual warrior as the actual warriors I am currently with. She had the selfless, courageous love for her people, much Like Esther. And like esther, her legacy will be long lasting as the friends and connections she made will continue, in her memory and because of her unwavering devotion to god. I have no doubt that she has been greeted with his loving embrace
    and with “Well done my child”.

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