- 61 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 31, 1951
- Place of birth:
San Bernardino, California, United States
- Date of passing: Jun 8, 2013
- Place of passing:
Covina, California, United States
|Rosalind is now singing with the Angels...|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our Mother
She is now sitting on the "Left" hand side of Jesus.
Please join us at the celebration of Rosalind's life:
July 13th, 2013
Grace Church of Glendora
1515 South Glendora Ave.
Glendora Ca. 91740
(Building A - Old Sanctuary)
Light Refreshments will be served.
In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Rosalind Wise can be written to:
Loraine Avenue Baptist Church
151 S. Loraine Avenue
Glendora Ca. 91741
Memo line: Rosalind Wise Memorial Fund
Thank you for all of your love and support,
"I'm thinking of Rosalind, recently joined by my brother Laurence on August 21, singing and laughing. Is there an angelic version of the Bumble Bee Boogie she used to play for us? :)"
"Happy Birthday up in heaven mom! Life has gone on but your memory is still very much alive. I think about you all the time and wish you were here. I need you...I wish I could talk to you. You would be so proud of your kids and grandkids and what we have accomplished. These past 2 years have been hard without you but I know your watching out for me...keep singing and making music up there as I hear you in my dreams. You have impacted my life more than you know and I love you with all of my heart mom...♡♡♡"
"Happy birthday Roz!"
"Happy birthday Roz love and miss you"
"We still remember and praise our great God for the time we had.
Paul & Beth"
"Dear Rosalind, so full of fun, laughter, & music. She would always play the Bumble Bee Boogie for us cousins on demand, tell jokes, & include everyone in the fun. I will always remember her powerful performance of "The Lord is My Light and My Salvation" at the high school CBA Music Competition at Biola College. "... the Lord is the strength of my life ..." Be at peace in Jesus, Roz"
"I will always remember Rosalind for her beautiful voice and her loving personality. The Heavenly Choir just got better and I look forward to seeing her again. My deepest sympathy to her family. She will be missed. May her memory and music live on for all time."
"Rosalind's sudden illness & passing serves as a reminder to all of us to live each day to the fullest; we never know when God will call us home. Rosalind will be greatly missed but she left us knowing that she was deeply loved and respected in all facets of her life. My very deepest sympathies to her entire family. Rest in Peace, my friend."
"Roz, Mrs. Wise, was my Jr Hi choir teacher, piano teacher, & voice teacher for years! She was the best! Kind & loving!! She encouraged my love of music. I could never forget her beautiful spirit. God has taken a beautiful angel back to heaven."
"Paul and I first meant Roz when we starting going to Lorraine Ave Baptist Church. She adopted us as "family" and talked us into joining the choir. She helped me find my singing voice and gave me the confidence to to loudly lift my voice to Our Lord. She included us in so many family get togethers where we were accepted as if we were blood relations. We love her very much and miss her."
"Rosalind has been a dear friend for so many years. We sang together, played instruments together, enjoyed card games (she was good!), laughed together, and shared many other memories. Rosalind was a gifted lady, a trophy of God's creative and excellent work. Rosalind, we will miss you dearly until we are with you again around the Heavenly keyboard. My heart is with all her dear family."
"To the family of Rosalind Wise.
Wishing you our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beautiful mother. May her memory and the music she contributed live on in your hearts for all time."
"As the President of the MTAC Los Angeles County Branch, I am very fortunate to have known Rosalind for many years, and especially being able to visit with her the evening before she passed away, to hold her hands and to tell her that we will always remember her. RIP Rosalind."
"I will always remember the last time I saw Rosalind. It was a few years ago on a Wednesday night at Christ Community Church. She was standing behind me and as we started to sing I heard a voice I could never forget. I turned around and smiled.. I told her I couldn't hear her and motioned for her to sing louder. Well, she did. It brought back many great memories of High School."
"Besides enjoying her wonderful cooking I always loved sitting next her on the piano bench listening as she played beautiful music!"
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