Rose Comer

Aurora, Illinois

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I had the privilege of meeting Rose many years ago. We lived across the street from her sister Helen. She was a lovely lady who LOVED her dog. Bless you Rose for all the good work you did in your lifetime. The Schumaker Family

My condolences to the family! I lived at Mooseheart most of my childhood and wouldn't be who I am today without the generous Men and Women of the Moose. May you rest in peace. My grandparents were longtime members of Melbourne Florida Moose. Please say hi to them!

Rose, as an alumni of Mooseheart... I appreciate all you did for us. To you and all of the Women of the Moose thank you... May God bless you and your family richly for all you have done for us... thank you thank you ... and thank you...

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Thank you Rose for your Love and Commitment to the Chidren of Mooseheart and to the Seniors at Moosehaven. I graduated from Mooseheart in 1967 and belong to the Women of the Moose. God Bless You. Mabel York Bernth

I was so shocked when I read of Aunt Rose's passing. She was a good lady who did alot of good things for others. She will be missed. I'm sure she, Helen and Mary are planning a new Women of the Moose in Heaven right now. Wished I could be there with the family, but unfortunatley I cannot. Please know that I am thinking of all of you.

Rest in Peace Rose...we had our good times at the Moose in our day. Thoughts
and prayers to your family.

The Hankes Families thoughts and prayers are with you. Rose was a good neighbor to our Mom, Shirley and we know how much Rose missed her these past few months. May your wonderful memories help you through this difficult time.

Rose's special niece (Helen's daughter-sorry, I can't remember your name)and special nephew Ed, So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful lady and dear friend to my mother as was Helen years ago. They were Moose members and friends and my mom, Lillian Burzlaff, and Rose were neighbors. My parents lived around the corner on Juniper. They are both deceased now. I visited Rose a few times in the past year and always enjoyed my visits with her and her little doggie. I had planned on visiting...


Rose's Obituary

Comer, Rose 94, of North Aurora, passed away Monday, February 4, 2013 at Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park, IL. She was born July 30, 1918 in Aurora, Illinois. Rose worked for General Motors in Dayton, Ohio for 30 years until her retirement in 1978. She moved back to Aurora in 1979. Rose was the...

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