I will never forget Rose's smile, especially after Ken was able to work the "kinks" out. My heart truly aches for the entire family during this time of sadness. I have never witnessed so much love and devotion by a family as that for "Mommom." Her memory will remain alive forever through your love.
"So faith, hope, love remain, these three; but the greatest of these is love."
1 Corinthians 13:13
My deepest sympathies to the Wagner family on the passing of your mother/grandmother/great-grandmother. I didn't know Rose personally, but work with her daughter-in-law, Susan, and feel that I knew Rose through the many wonderful conversations we shared. I know her loss will be felt for some time to come. Her love, strength and gracefulness touched many people over her lifetime. God bless you all and know that she is enjoying the rewards she so rightfully earned within the loving presence of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Our families have been friends for a long time and it seems surreal that you are longer on Earth with us. You have always welcomed us to spend holidays and special family gatherings with you and for that, we are truly grateful. I will cherish the in depth conversations we had about life, books and family and how much you loved my family as your own. We feel so fortunate and blessed to have had you in our lives and will treasure the memories of you forever. Mommom, we will miss you!
It's Joe, I already miss you so much. I always said you were going to live a long life. There will be one thing I will always remember, when I asked Jody to marry me, you were standing right beside me. And you were more exited than Jody was. Thats how I knew how much you loved me. And welcomed me into your family. Every time I left you, you would say " I love you and take it easy" and that has stuck with me, and now thats what I say. Now Mommom it's my turn to say it by myself. I love you and take it easy one more time.