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Rose Marie "Rosee" Boehme Obituary
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August 16, 2018

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December 3, 2017
Rosee, you were an enormous light from my childhood, and were my second mom. I'll never forget weekends at your house or the place at Terrace Lakes, the trip to Southern California, when Ken and Jill slept while you and I stayed up watching some cheesy Elizabeth Taylor movie, and so many more memories! You will be missed here.

Much love,

"Kimberloo" (among the many silly nicknames I remember you gave me, this one is my favorite)
November 13, 2017
I love you Rosee! You were one of the brightest shining stars on earth, and now I'm sure you are lighting up the rooms in heaven. I thank you for being such a delight and wonderful friend to my mom here on earth. No doubt, she was so excited this last week to greet you as you passed through the veil. I'm sure that you and my mom are sharing stories and laughing a lot on the other side. Thanks for the joy you so freely gave to all that were privileged to know you. How wonderful that your works of art will stand as legacies of your life and reminders of your smile and infectious laugh. I know you had a hard upbringing, and life was not always easy for you, but like a beautiful, colorful flower in the desert you gave out nothing but beauty, joy, and happiness. I will not ever forget you, and will smile every time I think of you. As one of our Heavenly Father's special daughters, I think he sent you to this earth to make the world a little more, Rosee.