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Rosalie May Moyer


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Rosalie May Moyer Obituary
Rosalie May Moyer
(nee: Trott)

September 8th, 1930 -
June 21st, 2015

We lost our beloved Rosalie to her courageous battle with ALS. She passed peacefully in her sleep on Sunday morning, the 21st of June.
Born on September 8, 1930 to Alfred and Eleanore Trott in West Bend, WI. Rosalie moved to California February of 1952, to follow her dreams.
On September 9th, 1952, she began her career at Northrop Grumman, and retired on January 1st, 1986, to Hemet.
She was married 3 times. Frank "Pete" Peterson, Dwight Smith and Robert Moyer. Bob, though, was the love of her life. Both were employed at Northrop. Bob passed away in 1992.
In retirement Rosalie was very involved with her community. President of the Northrop Grumman Retiree Club - Hemet Chapter, volunteered at the Hemet Valley Medical Center's gift shop for 25 years, the Hemet Police Department's Neighborhood Watch Coordinator for 21 years, Elks Club, and other volunteer programs.
Rosalie is survived in California by her dear companion Art Scribner, Art's children: Susan (Gary) Kaitukoff, Phillip Scribner, and was "Grandma" to Shelby Scribner. Also survived by many friends and associates.
In Wisconsin: sister Janice (James) Pradjinski, brother Gerald Trott, Half sister Carolyn (Roger) Langkamp of Iowa. 10 nieces and nephews, 18 great nieces and nephews, 10 great great nieces and nephews, 2 aunts and numerous cousins.
Our family would like to extend our gratitude to the Scribner family, who went above and beyond in their care for Rosalie.
Special thanks to Arbor Hospice who made Rosalie's last hours peaceful.
Memorial Service to be held from 10:00am at Inland Memorial Harford Chapel, 120 N. Buena Vista St., Hemet, California on July 23rd.
Private Family Inurnment at Riverside National Cemetery on July 24th, 2015.
Please sign the guestbook at www.dailybreeze.com/obits.
Published in Daily Breeze on July 22, 2015
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