QVC Host Mary Beth Roe Thanks 10,000 Viewers Who Came To Her Blog On Her Mom’s Death

QVC host Mary Beth Roe Wednesday graciously thanked viewers who had read her blog about her mother passing away recently.

Roe said that 10,000 people had read her blog, with more than 170 posting condolences and good wishes. She read every comment on that blog, tissue in hand to wipe away tears, even though it took her three hours.

Roe has a new blog posted Wedneday, a follow-up.

We felt bad last Wednesday when we saw that Roe, fresh off her mother’s death, was back on the air with a show on Mother’s Day’s gifts. And Roe blogged that it was in fact tough for her.

“It was difficult for me to choke back my emotions which were right on the edge last Wednesday morning in ‘My Time with Mary Beth’ and put a smile on my face the whole time,” she wrote.

“But knowing there were many of you who were concerned as to why I had been off the air for two weeks, I knew I needed to tell you what had happened and be right up front with you as has been my motto for over 23 years on air. I always say, ‘Tell it like it is.’ That’s the old news reporter in me, but it’s also what friends do with friends.”

Roe blogged that after that show last Wednesday, she and her husband Mark left for a three-day vacaton to celebrate their 27th wedding anniversary.

“That had been planned a long time ago, but it was God’s perfect timing once again, because we were both physically and emotionally exhausted, and it was the best thing for us,” she wrote.

“I slept a lot and literally did nothing except take the photos from my mom’s visitation and funeral and put them all into a photo album. That was therapeutic for me. It gave me some quiet time to just reflect on what had taken place, because when you are going through it, it’s a bit of a whirlwind. It was helpful to take a few steps back and kind of replay it in my mind and cry when I wanted to cry without having to stuff my emotions or attend to the kids or answer questions, etc. So that time away was incredibly helpful!”

She and her husband did go out for a special dinner for their anniversary.

We wish her all of God’s healing.

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13 Responses to “QVC Host Mary Beth Roe Thanks 10,000 Viewers Who Came To Her Blog On Her Mom’s Death”

  1. Christine Herd Says:

    I didn’t hear of Mary Beth’s Mother passing away until now. I am so sorry Mary Beth. I know the pain of losing a Precious Mother and Precious Dad.

    I have watched QVC since it was CVN. I watched Mary Beth before she had her first child. She is a wonderful, truthful person. I love you Mary Beth. I like all the hosts but Mary Beth is my special host.

    God Bless You and Your Family

  2. Marlene Fisher Says:

    Please accept my heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your mother. I just found out that she passed and I am truly sorry. I lost my mother 30plus years ago and it just seems like yesterday. May you find a smile in reflection of your memories. God Bless you..

  3. Sue Brewer Says:

    Mary Beth,
    I just read about your mother’s passing today 10-28-10. I am so sorry although I did miss you on air those many months ago…thought you might be on vacation or something. I am so sorry to hear this even tho later in the year! God Bless You and Your Sweet Family!
    I have watched you since you started on QVC and always look forward to seeing you on air. You have always been my favorite host! You are so pretty and such a lady! Your mother taught you very well. You are an inspiration to me and to many others who all love you so much!
    See you soon on the Q!

  4. Gail B Says:

    Marybeth – please accept my deepest condolences on the death of your Mom.
    I’m sorry this is so late but I just found out the sad news now.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Gail B.

  5. Jude Says:

    Mary Beth
    I’m deeply sorry on the death of your Mother. I lost my mother on January 30, 2010 and it is so hard and I know what you are going through. My deepest sympathy. My mother was my everything. She meant so much to me and I miss her so terrible. You have faith so stay strong and remember all the wonderful memories.

  6. Glenda M. Says:

    Mary Beth,
    I just now learned of your Mother’s passing. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I lost my mother 8 years ago last Friday, March 4. I know how hard it is.
    I am sorry this is so late. May God bless you and your lovely family.

  7. Ellen H Says:

    Dear Mary Beth;

    Please accept my belated condolences on the passing of your Mom, I only found out today. I wanted to reach out to you because you are such a special, lovely lady and I can relate because I lost my Mom 9 years ago. Time does heal, but as the priest said at my Mom’s service, “the hardest part of life is to lose you mother, because when that happens you are no longer a child”. You can take comfort in knowing that she is in a better place and will be waiting for you when your time comes. She has to be so proud of the woman you have become, you are a true lady and a wonderful person. God Bless you and your family!

  8. Beverly Wilhelm Says:

    Please accept my condolence. I am so sorry it is so late,I just found out.
    I lost my husband nine years ago. It isn’t easy, but you do get through it. You never understand “Why him”, but life goes on. Hang in there. I just love watching you and I have even before you had your babies. Keep up the good work.

  9. Cathy Gentry Says:

    Your so lovely and classy. Your Mother raised you right. So sorry to hear about your loss. I did not know earlier. You are a very special gem of a lady. Your Mother is watching over her proud daughter each and every day. Love ya Mary Beth and God Bless. Cathy

  10. jean helt Says:

    Mary Beth I have been watching your lovely face on QVC since you were pregant ——–have been glad about Elizabeth and your Faith in GOD! May he bless you always in everything you and your lovely family do.All my prayers go with Angels

  11. Marguerite Roland Says:

    Dear Marybeth & family,

    May MOM rest on a bed of roses,and God to comfort you each passing day.

    Marguerite Roland

  12. Lisa Albury Says:

    Mary Beth, I am so sorry to hear of your mother passing away. Knowing your background and conversations about your family, I know you will see her again. Reunion day is coming…. God’s promise! Until then, I pray your heart will be comforted.

  13. JoanneBonds Says:

    Mary Beth God Bless you during this very difficult time..

    Joanne Bonds

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