Rosann's Life - A Commitment to Helping Others

Rosann was a woman who charted her own path in life. She started a homestead in Olive Hill, Tennessee where she raised two beautiful children. They kept bees to make and sell honey and beeswax candles which were so popular they were featured on the cover of Co-op America's catalog. She also started, organized, and managed a food cooperative to give her local community access to healthy foods. 

Over the years, she studied more about health and healing and eventually became a licensed massage therapist and energy healer. She helped many people improve their health and was always trying to expand on her skills in order to help others.

After moving to Berea, she continued her healing practice and opened an office in Lexington. She developed a wide network of clients and friends through her work and through her participation in the Lexington Eckankar community. Rosann was almost finished with her studies to become an Eck Minister, which she had been working towards for many years.

At the heart of it all, Rosann loved her children and cared deeply about helping others. Her passion for health and healing was known by all who knew her, as was her focus on giving her children the best she could offer in life.