I am so sorry to hear of your loss; I only heard of it "through the grapevine" over the Thanksgiving holiday. I had the privelege of knowing Rosemary only briefly, but have always admired her. We have been keeping her and her family in our prayers. Let us know how or if we may help you and yours.
God bless all of you.
I am so sorry. I just found out tonight. What a wonderful woman Rosemary is and what a mark she made on the world. Chuck, I am so glad I ran into Rosemary and you at Youngs a short time back. Her beautiful smile and the remembered stories of my mom and dad. Chuck, you and your family are in my prayers. Rosemary now walks always beside you, may you forever feel her loving arms enfolding you. With love, Michele
My dear cousins-viewing these photos of the life of your mother and father made me realize what an extraordinary story their life told-one of total, selfless giving right to the end. My loviest Aunt Rosemary was always a little jewel in my heart and will forever be. I wish I could have been there to give her one last kiss but I know all of you did that for me. My prayers are with you and I know our Blessed Mother is watching over each of you as she is with your mother now. Eternal repose for her and my love to all of you.
Your cousin, Christine (Hughes) Burnham
So sorry for your loss, always enjoyed having dinner with Chuck and Rosemary and the Dunbars years ago....Rosemary was a beautiful lady...
Ron and Linda Lau
Lee;s Summit, Mo.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.