SPECIAL ANNOUNCMENT: Please join us for our ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, May 6th, 4-5pm hosted in partnership with Prince William Chamber of Commerce.


Emma Junsay Brooks

Emma Junsay Brooks, age 86, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Thursday, June 8, 2023, in Manassas, VA. She was born on April 11, 1937, in Negros Occidental, Philippines to the late Tranquilion and Eufricina (Junsay) Casiple. Our mother, Emma, was one of the strongest women to ever walk this earth and we were blessed to have her as the head of the family.  She dedicated her life to being a wonderful mother.  Emma raised and supported her children on her own through many passions and difficulties of their lives.  Her family’s needs always came first above her own,

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Wilma Treasa (Gibellino) Connolly

On May 29, 2023, we said goodbye to Wilma Treasa (Gibellino) Connolly, our beautiful, amazing, strong mother and friend who was always there for us. Wilma was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on the first day of summer in 1931. She is survived by her two daughters, Cynthia Slevin (Edward) and Kathleen Connolly; grandchildren Nicholas Connolly, Shannon Wozniak (Robert), and Rachael Ott; great grandchildren Olivia Connolly, Ryan and Natalie Wozniak. She was predeceased by her Italian immigrant parents Augusto and Cesarina Gibellino, her brothers Clyde, Robert and William Gibellino and sister Margaret Gibellino; her husband of 65 years Edward Connolly, her

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Terrie Sabina Harper

Terrie Sabina Harper, age 66, passed away after a long illness, on April 17, 2023, at UVA Prince William Medical Center in Manassas, VA. She was born on May 20, 1956, in New York, New York to the late William L. and Alice M. (DeBarros) Harper. Terrie grew up in a Navy family, living in NY, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, Cuba, Illinois, and RI. She graduated from Middletown High School and attended Salve Regina College. She was interested in nursing, but ultimately went to work for the Federal Government. Terrie lived in Rhode Island from 1974 – 2004, it was then

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