Let the memory of Rose be with us forever
  • 96 years old
  • Born on April 5, 1917 .
  • Passed away on October 12, 2013 .

Rose came into my life when I was 4 years old.  She has been my mother for 58 years, grandmother to my children, and great-grandmother to their children.  I will forever miss the wonderful woman that she was, and all that she did for me.


Posted by Jennifer Brown Coggin on 22nd October 2013
What a wonderful woman. The fact that Jo Jo is awesome and she raised Jo speaks for itself!
Posted by Dennis Hursman on 21st October 2013
Sorry for your family loss. I did not know Rose, met her only once. My daughter always spoke of her and with Tyra's connection to your family I am sure she was a wonderful part of your life and family. Over 58 years I am sure she added much love and positive memories for you, your family and all who knew her.
Posted by Tyra Hunt on 21st October 2013
Rose will be missed by so many! I always loved to get my big hug from Rose every time I came or went from the Morton household! She was just one of those people you instantly love! Her smile always made me smile, even when things weren't going my way. Love you, Rose!
Posted by Inez Byrd on 14th October 2013
Always there for all of us I'll always remember how glad I was when Rose arrived on Monday mornings. She loved us and we loved her. My family will never forget how she nurtured the children and had advice for us Moms. Love always Rose from Inez
Posted by Kristi Durden on 14th October 2013
I have a ton of memories of Rose but one that stands out is when I would stay the night with Megan and Colleen one thing that Rose always said before we left the house was "did you bing down the wash". Yes I was included in that even though I didn't live there we always had to have the "wash" brought down before we could leave:-) She is definitely going to be missed by many! Love you Rose!
Posted by Sandy Stringfellow on 14th October 2013
I have so many precious memories of Ms Rose! What an incredible and nurturing woman. . . . .she loved every child and the child inside of everyone who happened by the house. And every time I see the girls, I see a little bit of Rose. Rest in peace, Ms Rose! I'll see you soon.

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