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Rose Annie Roberts

January 20, 1940 - March 23, 2019
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Rose Annie Swanston Roberts age 79, of Lima passed away March 23, 2019 at her residence. She was born January 20, 1940 in Bellshill, Scotland to the late William and Mary McAulay Swanston. She married Jack L. Roberts May 3, 1974 and he preceded her in death May 1, 2002.
Rose was a member of the Church of Scotland. She had been a former member of the Board of Directors for Samaritan House, Salvation Army and FEMA.
Survivors include a son John E. (Sheilia) Willier of Decherd, TN, a daughter Deborah A. (Darral) Wilson of Armunchee, GA, sister Morag (Christopher) Bailey of Corby North Hamptonshire, England, special cousins: Jean (Roger) Taylor of Kettering North Hamptonshire, England and Irene (Peter) Allen of Corby, North Hamptonshire England and special friends and caregivers: William (Cheryl) Fung of Lima and Jaunita (Bill) Townsend of Wapak.
At Rose’s request no public services will be held. Memorial contributions may be given to Samaritan House.

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Born: January 20, 1940
Died: March 23, 2019

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Shawna Kohlrieser posted on 3/27/19

I am so saddened to see this. Rose was always the one I knew I could go to at JFS. She certainly always made me feel welcomed and loved.

 

Kelly Wright posted on 3/27/19

So sorry to hear of Aunt Rose's passing. She was married to my Uncle Jack for years. I have wonderful memories of OSU Football parties and family gatherings at the holidays!! She was one of kind!

 

Cheryl Martin posted on 3/26/19

Bill and Cheryl, I was so sad to see the news of Rose's passing this evening. She was quite a gal. I have a lot of memories of all of us working together at ACDJFS. I know it's hard to say goodbye, but I hope you realize you gave her so much as you cared ABOUT her and FOR her. I pray for your comfort and peace. Sincerely, Cheryl Martin

 

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