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Bobbie Ann Peters

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Bobbie Ann Peters. We will remember her forever.
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Candle lit  by cary h on July 7th, 2017

You may not remember me but I co-founded FCM.  My daughter, Kiera, and I hung out with you and your children a few times - so long ago now.  I am so, so sorry for your loss of Bobbie Ann.  

Candle lit  by Lauren Mitchell on December 1st, 2017

I think a lot about Bobbie, and I'm very sorry this happened, Ms. Peters. Even though we fell out of touch, I always assumed I'd reach out to Bobbie once school was over. I'm always going to remember her as my closest friend from high school.

Candle lit  by c s on April 2nd, 2018


You were the first friend I made at VCUarts, but how can I call myself your friend now? How can I possibly remember your lovely brown-skinned, smiling face and crystal sweet voice with tiny hands when I found out towards the end you were suffering and attempting to do it all by yourself?? I regret fading out, getting pulled towards other things, and simply thinking you were doing well, but you had all the reason for the bitterness and anger with the cards life handed you. Even then you had such a sweetness in your personality for strangers like me. Also, thanks for calling me out on my BS. You weren't the type to sugar coat - a quality which I only appreciated much later. Perhaps, I am just glorifying you in this post-grief desolation, or maybe I've sensed you were holding this burden I could never figure out when you were feeling dark and quiet. I'm not sure how to respect and honor your memory, and I think about you so often now. It's shameful to admit, but I'm pretty sure if you were alive I would not have made an effort to contact you. How absurd and grotesque. I question myself. I've been doing a lot of weird things lately to help process your passing. I imagine what you'd jokingly say as I go about my daily life, and it helps. Just the fact that I'm writing on this virtual memorial page for you would warrant a rich laughable, comment or profund insight from you. You were always a sharp girl with a quick tongue when in the mood. And always, you were in love with the tactile world - touching a soft blue fabric here, smelling a yellow blossom there, slurping down red hot curry with gusto, or simply laying in the green grass of a sun-drenched park with bliss on your face. If there is an afterlife, I hope it is filled with soft fabric, tasty curry, sweet blossoms, and sunny days - I hope you are in peace. I'm so sorry and I love you. You were always so much stronger than me and I don't care what anyone else thinks.

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