Marla Foth (Moody)
Another classmate gone but not forgotten.
I remember Rosemary as a quiet student...i am sure we were in the same homerooms...C D last name initials. my deepest sympathy to her family...too young, but may she RIP
Georgia Gauss (Lindow)
I remember Rosemary, she was very nice and was nice to all, my sympathies to her family, classmates never forgotten!!!
Betty Brackeen (Prange)
I remember Rosemary very well. She was a delightful, gentle and caring person. Never a bad word to say about anyone. You are right Georgia: "classmates never forget". My sincere condolences to the family.
Mary Irving (Jurgaitis)
Always sad to hear of a classmates passing. I never knew Rosemary, though I do recognize her. May her family cherish their memories of her.
Suzette Arnoldini (Englund)
It really is so sad to see any of our classmates pass away, but the memories we share will never die. Rosemary was a special friend from Lincoln Junior High. She and Carol Donavan and I shared a table in our cooking class. We spent many fun filled hours trying to make oatmeal, hot chocolate and remembering to wash the eggs before we cracked them to fry. Mrs. Smith, our cooking teacher, kept a close eye on our table in our pretty pink and green painted foods room. Rosemary was a very sweet and kind girl. Always had the prettiest rosy cheeks and was nice to everyone. May she rest in peace.
Linda Veale (Elsen)
I remember Rosemary as a very quiet and sweet girl. Wonderful friend to all.