Kapelle-op-Den-Bos, With a huge round of applause and a ‘be A Star’ by Stan Van Samang, the former neighbors of Barbara Mary Roy, last Saturday, at the age of 89 in a sheltered Akapella in Kapelle-op-den-Bos to the corona virus, died, Wednesday evening saying goodbye to her was taken. They were uitvaartplechtigheid earlier in the day, due to the strict measures not to be present. Your cookie settings to make sure that the content is not displayed.

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“Today, Barbara Mary Roy laid to rest. Especially in front of her, her family, and to all the victims of the corona virus, we are playing A “Star” of Stan Van Samang’, as heralded in the introduction, one of the companions of the Schuttershofstraat, and the Kerselaarlaan in Kapelle-op-den-Bos fri night. Mary Roy has spent the last twelve years, in a sheltered Akapella, but it did the years before that, in the Schuttershofstraat, where some of her family members.


“As we go through the harsh measures taken as a result of the corona virus is not present in the case of the uitvaartplechtigheid, we decided to take to the streets for a fitting tribute to be sure,” says buurtbewoonster Anita Van Crombruggen. “’Be a Star’ was the first song of Wednesday, in the church as well, so we left it in the sun night by the speakers to reverberate. In the meantime, the neighbors are in for a wonderful round of applause. On Saturday, the day that Maria died, and we did the same thing. When we played her favorite hymn is “La Vie en rose” by Edith Piaf.”