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February 23, 2016
Rose Voan was a very special friend to the Jackson family for so many years, she will be so missed by us all .
February 23, 2016
I am just seeing this online and want to tell you how sorry I am. Loving Bob for a long time from the first year I taught school.
Love,
Kay Abernathy
February 23, 2016
So sorry for your loss, May God be with the family.
Olive and Joe Kettl
February 22, 2016
I was saddened to hear of your mother's lost. May God wrap you in His arms and give you all strength and comfort. It is difficult to loose a parent and the void is hard to overcome at times. Just know there are many of us whom love and admire you and will be praying for you during this time.
February 21, 2016
I have many fond childhood memories of the Voan's home, the older home located on Hwy 105. The home always seemed to be filled with activity and music, mostly 45's playing. Maria and Charlene, Rose's oldest and youngest daughters were always around doing typical teenage activities, Bob the youngest and only son was always in the background, Louise the middle daughter, my best friend was the manager of the house. In later years, I was able to work with Bob and found out that, that little boy that wore the Coke-bottle glasses had grown into a very talented, successful business man, a very good father and devoted husband to his lovely wife Christine. What I want to say, is to thank Rose for having Louise,my lifelong friend. Lou has turned out to be such an exceptional woman. You should be so proud of her daughter.
Sour Lake loves and loved Rose. She will be remembered for years to come. RIP, Ms. Rose
February 21, 2016
I have many fond childhood memories of your home on highway 105. You had three daughters and a son. Maria and Charlene were always dancing, talking on the phone, doing teenage things. Bob was the youngest and always in the background. I never notice him that much but in the last few years, I have gotten to know him. He is a very gifted and talented man, and a very devoted husband to his lovely wife, Christine. But, I have to thank you for having my favorite, my lifelong best friend, Louise. You can take such pride in the exceptional woman that she has become. Sour Lake loves you and will remember you for many years to come. RIP, Ms. Rose
February 21, 2016
I have many fond childhood memories of your home, the one on Highway 105. You had three daughters and a son,all to be proud of but I have to thank you for one that is very special to me,Louise. She is one of my best lifelong friends. You can take such pride in her, she has grown into an exceptional woman.
Sour Lake loves you and you will be remembered for many years to come. RIP, Ms. Rose
February 21, 2016
So very sorry....Peace Be With All of You.Mary Maude

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