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Name: Mary Fields
Date Posted: 8/18/2021 3:24:05 AM
Message: Rosella had a wonderful personality and will be sorely missed at our Amici Club. Sincere sympathies to the family.
Name: Tammy and Dean Brandon
Date Posted: 8/19/2021 1:47:28 PM
Message: Lori I am sad for your loss of your mother. She was a great lady. Will keep you and your family in our prayers
Name: Tiffany & Russell Rogers
Date Posted: 8/19/2021 2:12:02 PM
Message: We are very sorry for your loss. Miss Rosella was an Arkansas County icon and will be missed. She truly has a place in the history of the Grand Prairie. Peace to all of her family and friends.
Name: June Cox
Date Posted: 8/19/2021 6:16:36 PM
Message: Dana, Lori and families, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Praying for peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
In Christian love, June
Name: Bob and Jill Bisswanger
Date Posted: 8/19/2021 8:03:45 PM
Message: We speak for the entire family when we say how sorry we are for your loss. Miss Rosella was such a special lady and we have so many wonderful Lodges Corner memories. We feel blessed that we were part of the same church family for so many years. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Name: Patricia Becker Oles
Date Posted: 8/21/2021 4:05:35 PM
Message: I am sorry that I am not able to travel to Stuttgart for the funeral due to covid concerns. Otherwise, I would certainly want to be there for you. I always loved your mother; she was a dear.
Name: Sandra Hillman Cavaneau
Date Posted: 8/21/2021 5:19:37 PM
Message: Rose was not only a beloved relative to me…she was also a role model! I loved her dearly!
Name: Diann kinder stephens
Date Posted: 8/24/2021 7:45:08 PM
Message: Lori , Lauren , and Lindsey, my prayers are with each of you on your loss. Time heals all things with Gods help.
Prayers Diann kinder stephens
Name: Robert and Kathy Morris
Date Posted: 8/28/2021 2:45:46 PM
Message: Rita, when we were in school together I was Kathy Ratekin. I didn't know Miss Rosella then but I was privileged to come to know her a decade ago She was the epitome of the gracious Southern lady, the kind of woman who made the world a better place simply by being in it. She almost always came to the museum for Spaghetti with Santa to see the grandchildren visit with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus (who are known the other eleven months of the year as Robert and Kathy Morris), and to get her kiss from Mrs. Claus. My heart aches for all of you. Rest in the knowledge that when she closed her eyes to this world she opened them in paradise, resting in the arms of Jesus.