I was Rosa's nail tech for several years. She was a very special lady. I was hornored to have known her and she will be missed by all. May she rest in Jesus' arms.
I am a 47 year old woman who was lucky enough to be in the Asheboro School district and have the pleasure of being taught Bible by Mrs. Auman. I clearly remember her face and her love for the Bible and the Lord. She made the Bible exciting for us elementary school kids and it was a passion for her. She really made an impression on me and and helped direct me to be a Christian as an adult. I believe I am a fruit of her labors.
I remember when Mrs. Auman would come to Lindley Park Elementary School in Asheboro for Bible Study. She was a very gifted and animated speaker that the stories of the Bible would come to life through her teachings. I can still visualize her standing in front of the classroom telling us the stories of Noah's Arc, Moses, Sampson & Delilah to name a few. By sharing the basic knowledge of the Bible, Mrs. Auman laid the foundation for many students with whom she came across. Heaven is lucky to have her as their angel.
Rosa was one of our special friends when we were at the First Evangelical & Reformed Church in Asheboro, NC. She was a wonderful Sunday School Teacher, and our son enjoyed her classes at school. Her whole life was a witness to everyone. She was great lady with a warm smile. We enjoyed visiting with her and Sam in their home many years ago and will never forget them for the impact they made on our lives. With Heartfelt Sympathy to the Family, Calvin and Virginia White
The church family of First E&R Church in Asheboro mourn the loss of one of our cherished long time and faithful members. We are thankful to God for Rosa's testimony, and we pray God's comfort for her family.
Reverend Dale Kennedy, Pastor
First E&R United Church of Christ, Asheboro