Rosalind-Savard-Obituary

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Rosalind Savard

Mc Donald, Tennessee

Jan 6, 1939 – Jan 1, 2012

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Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory & Florist-East Brainerd Chapel Obituary

Rosalind Savard, 72, of McDonald, Tennessee was taken home to be with the Lord on January 1st, 2012. Rosalind was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend to all who knew her. Born in Bradley County in 1939, Rosalind grew up in Tennessee, graduating from Central High School in 1956....

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Jimmy & Louis,
Time has not diminished the fond memories my mom and I have for your family. You will always be our neighbors.
My fondest memories of your mom was when she would make homemade vanilla ice cream. I will remember her smile, her energy, and her deep love for her two sons. She will never be forgotten by all who knew her.

My prayers and condolences to Rosalind's family. Talked with her at Public market in Ooltewah couple monthe ago. She was more beautiful and sweet as ever...go child of God and become the angel you are.
Bill Watkins, classmate, Central Class'54.

I was just a kid when I started at American Lava. It was co-workers like Rose that made me feel welcome. Sorry for your loss.

To All of Rosalind's Family: May God grant you peace and serenity at this time of great sorrow. My prayers are with you.

Dorris Henderson Fisher (Dana)
Knoxville, TN
Classmate Chattanooga Central 1956

We are so sorry for your loss. We have so many fond memories of the time we spent with Rose and Doc at the ball field. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Jimmy and Louis I'm deeply sorry for your loss,i have so many memories with your mom at the carpet store, she was the type of person that once you met her you never forgot her outgoing personality. Leon Baker(Hixson,Tenn)

Our family is so very saddend to hear about the loss of Rosalind. My son, Brad, thoroughly enjoyed the time he spent at their home with Louis and the family.. She was so very generous and spoiled my son rotten. We will never forget her kindness.

What a wonderful blessing it was to have Rosalind as our neighbor in McDonald. Our love and prayers are with the family.

My heart ached when I heard the news. She and I played tennis together at Heathrow. What fun we had.She was there at a time when I lost my husband. I will always remember her comforting words. She gave my troubled son a job when nobody else did. She was a giving and kind person. My love goes to the family as they suffer such a loss.