In memory of
Maria J. Roegiers
In memory of
Maria J. Roegiers
Maria Johanna Belmans-Roegiers June 4, 1933 - October 7, 2020 Temecula, CA - On October 7, 2020, Maria "Bomma" passed away peacefully at home with family by her side. Maria was born June 4, 1933, to Henricus and Maria Belmans in Antwerp, Belgium. She was the oldest child with a younger sister Louise "Wiza". Maria met and married Edgard Roegiers in 1953. They both had an adventurous heart and immigrated to the United States in 1958, coming by way of an ocean liner in glamour into New York Harbor. They had two daughters and eventually found themselves in California and in 1970 settled in Cerritos, CA where she lived 47 years. Although they went their separate ways they remained close and caring towards one another. Maria discovered her love for travel all over the Western United States in her car, sharing incredible stories and adventures. The more she got lost the more places she fell in love with. Maria was the most humble and giving being that ever existed and by her actions passed along examples of unconditional love. Maria is survived by her sister Louise (Jack) in Belgium, two children Michelle and Jacqueline (Mark), three grandchildren A.J., Travis, and Erica, and family in Belgium Robert (Agnes), Diane (Jacky), Wendy. Her absence is missed, her life is honored, her spirit lives on!
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In memory of
Maria J. Roegiers
Maria Johanna Belmans-Roegiers June 4, 1933 - October 7, 2020 Temecula, CA - On October 7, 2020, Maria "Bomma" passed away peacefully at home with family by her side. Maria was born June 4, 1933, to Henricus and Maria Belmans in Antwerp, Belgium. She was the oldest child with a younger sister Louise "Wiza". Maria met and married Edgard Roegiers in 1953. They both had an adventurous heart and immigrated to the United States in 1958, coming by way of an ocean liner in glamour into New York Harbor. They had two daughters and eventually found themselves in California and in 1970 settled in Cerritos, CA where she lived 47 years. Although they went their separate ways they remained close and caring towards one another. Maria discovered her love for travel all over the Western United States in her car, sharing incredible stories and adventures. The more she got lost the more places she fell in love with. Maria was the most humble and giving being that ever existed and by her actions passed along examples of unconditional love. Maria is survived by her sister Louise (Jack) in Belgium, two children Michelle and Jacqueline (Mark), three grandchildren A.J., Travis, and Erica, and family in Belgium Robert (Agnes), Diane (Jacky), Wendy. Her absence is missed, her life is honored, her spirit lives on!
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