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1929 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
Rose Marie Siemer Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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January 29, 2016


Aunt Rose was always someone who I admired for her energy for all her many hobbies. I will always have so many good memories of her as part of our family gatherings.
She was an important link in keeping me updated to what was happing in our family. She will be missed.
January 29, 2016
we are saddened to hear about rose. there wasn't anything rose couldn't do. she was a pv farm gal!! it was a pleasure knowing her. luv from russ and nancy todd
January 25, 2016
Brent, David, family,

So sorry to hear this news.

I knew Mrs. Siemer as the mother of my K to 12 classmate, Brent, and his little brother David. She was a great Cub Scout Den Mother and we spent many afternoons in the Siemer's backyard on 4th Street near Bryden Lane making tool boxes, airplanes, scrap books and more! She took us on quite a few field trips around Santa Rosa for which I still have the album of photos.

My first introduction to ham radio came in her car when she was taking a bunch of us on a field trip. There was a radio mounted in the car. We were all disappointed when the parties talking did a QSY (change of frequencies) and we could no longer hear them.

I understand she liked to be identified on the air as WA6 California Women's Liberation.

I had the opportunity to exchange a few letters with Mrs. Siemer over the past few years. (She never had email.)

We will listen for her signal in the ether.

- Michael Von der Porten AD6YB