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September 20, 2017

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October 9, 2016
January 11, 2014
I recently heard about her passing.. It greatly saddens me that the world has to go on without such a dedicated and great gal. It was an honor to have known her. God Bless you Rose.
January 11, 2014
So sorry to learn about the Rose, although it has been many years since we worked together at FHC, I always respected her advocacy and her frankness. A straight forward communicator, always appreciated. I am sure she will be greatly missed.
December 20, 2013
From Facebook:
Requiescat In Pace, Rose Alfred

Rose was a friend. Not in the usual sense of the word. We never shared a meal, went to the movies, gossiped over the back fence. But Rose was a friend.


She was a friend to Operation Nightwatch. She paid attention to the needs of homeless people. When we needed workers to clean out the new building, Rose came with husband Steve to help us dig out. When a microwave broke, she found one to donate. When a cranky senior needed a ride to the store, Rose obliged.

This month we got the shocking news that she had died. I am grieving. I can hear Rose's frank way of speaking and her sharp wit. These will never be replaced. Her loving care for homeless people, and for formerly-homeless seniors will be an enduring memory in my mind, and in the mind of God.

The Lord bless her and keep her. Grant peace to us all.
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