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Arlene E. Ruottinen

Born: Sun., Apr. 19, 1964
Died: Sat., Jun. 10, 2017


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Of Temperanceville, VA passed away on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at PRMC Hospital, Salisbury, MD at the age of 53.  She was the wife of Quentin Ruottinen.  Born in South Jersey, New Jersey on April 19, 1964 and her parents are the late Vincent and Pat Walls Rodia.  She was the owner of Sub Station in Temperanceville, VA for many years.  Her affiliations were the Moose Lodge.

Other then her husband, Quentin, she is survived by two sisters, Bonnie Atcheson of Brick, NJ, Gladys Lauriello of Wildwood Crest, NJ, two brothers, Vincent Rodia of Goshen, NJ, James Rodia of Rio Grande, NJ, several nieces and nephews.  A brother, John Hutchins, predeceased her.

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Amy Sharpley
   Posted Mon June 12, 2017
Quentin, So sorry to hear of Arlene passing, prayers for all the family.

Nikki Evans
   Posted Mon June 12, 2017
I love and miss you Are....you were my mom even though you were my step mom you were still my mom and my heart is breaking...I just want you back! I will never forget you or our memories...you helped make me who I am! I love you always!

Robin G. Lewers
   Posted Tue June 13, 2017
Quent: Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family. Arlene was quite a lady and I always enjoyed interacting with her. May God Bless you at this time and always.
The Lewers Family

Patti, Bruce & friends at Matthews Market
   Posted Thu June 15, 2017
Quentin, we are so sorry for your loss. We first met you guys when Arlene started working at Matthews Market. We loved having Arlene here, but she had ambitions to open her owe place. And that she did!! Now she has earned her wings & she is making those delicious subs in Heaven. R.I.P. my friend.

Bill and Ellie Payne
   Posted Fri June 16, 2017
A strong lady who spoke her mind. The sub station was her dream and she made a wonderful owner/operator.
Rest in peace

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