Let the memory of Rose be with us forever
  • 95 years old
  • Born on December 17, 1920 .
  • Passed away on September 26, 2016 .

Mrs. Rose Phillips, formerly of Hogansville, Ga. passed away Monday, September 26, 2016 at Pruitt Health in Fairburn, Ga.

Funeral services will be held Monday, October 3, 2016 at 1:00 PM, St. Mary United Methodist Church, 100 Pine Street in Hogansville. Pastor Elaine Gilbert will officiate and interment will follow in the Church Cemetery.

The family will receive friends Monday from 12:00 noon until the hour of service at the Church.

Funeral arrangements by Thrash and Sons Funeral. (706) 637-8791 Fax (706) 637-8796.

Posted by Agnes Boston on 1st December 2016
" To the Phillips family you have our deepest sympathy. Cousin Rose will be dearly missed. Such a loving and kind person. I use to pass the house hoping to see your smiling face you will be missed by all that knew you. Peace be with you all.
Posted by Mary Dean(Rosser) on 27th October 2016
To Hazel and the rest of the family,I an so sorry about Mrs. Rosa. She will surly be missed. May GOD be with you during these difficult day's to come. May GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
Posted by Centria Wright on 3rd October 2016
Aunt Rosie, I know that you are dead and you're gone for good It's hard to accept, but now we understand Nothing last forever, even if it's good or it's bad We will always remember all the great laughter, love, and good times We had with you, for now you have gone up high in the sky Because this is your time to say goodbye You earned your wings no more suffering you are up in Heaven We Love You Aunt Rosie (tell my Mom and Dad we said Hi and Love them too) Centria and Fayth (Colton) Wright
Posted by ALfreda Holt on 2nd October 2016
Thank you Lord for Auntie Rosie. A Christian woman. Thanks for the fond memories, and laughing, and the Love.
Posted by Jacqueline Ewings on 2nd October 2016
We were so blessed to have had such a fun loving and God fearing Great Auntie in our lives. I will always cherish the visits to the south and when she would come to Ohio. The wisdom she shared was invaluable. Her jovial spirit will never be forgotten. Family, we were blessed to have had her for 95 years. He legacy will live on. I will continue to keep our family in prayer. Much love.
Posted by Dianna Colton-Trammell on 2nd October 2016
When the Lord calls our loved ones home,he leaves a gift of memories in exchange. Aunt Rosie you will be missed R.I.H. Love Dianna Colton-Trammell
Posted by Georgia Colton McAlpine on 2nd October 2016
I Sorry I am unable to attend the funeral of my last living Aunt, Auntie Rosie, but I am there in spirit. My prayers are with you all and God will carry you through this time of sorrow. With Love, Alice Heard
Posted by Shelby Hall on 2nd October 2016
TO: Carol, Janice and other members of your family. ' May the Lord grant you peace and calmess during your difficult hour.' Ms. Rose lived her life well, and you all took excellence care of your mother. She is now resting in his arms in peace. For solace, read Psalm 46. Shelby Hall, formerly of Hogansville, Georgia. I'm sorry that my presence will not be there. Recovering from the touch of the Flu. Will stay in touch! Bless you and family!
Posted by Carea King on 2nd October 2016
May God comfort you and your family during your time of loss. We are here praying for you and your family and we send our sincere condolences. The JAS Tax Service Inc, Family We Love You!
Posted by Al Phillips on 2nd October 2016
There not friend like the love in JESUS, no not one, no not one. To my wonderful family. Going to miss my Aunt Rosie. I know she in a better place. I will always cherish the memory when we came to Georgia. Love you all.
Posted by Georgia Colton McAlpine on 2nd October 2016
May God's blessings of comfort and peace be with you during this time of bereavement of our Auntie Rosie. Please remember - when someone you loves dies . . .you never quite get over it. You just slowly get through each day. But you always keep them tucked safely in your heart.
Posted by Linda Colton on 30th September 2016
God Took Another Angel Home Auntie Rose You laid there in that hospital bed, you tried so hard to hold on. God was calling you home. He needed another angel to help pour out the rain. Tears have fallen, hearts where shattered, but it was time for you to fly home. Your loved ones came to say their last goodbyes, to tell you they loved you, and that you will be forever missed. As your heartbeat stopped, and your eyes slowly closed, God took another angel home our Auntie Rose Truly going to be miss Auntie R.I.H. Great Niece Linda Colton
Posted by Karen Floyd on 29th September 2016
Dearest Carol, Please know that our deepest sympathies are with you at the loss of your mother. May God bring comfort and peace, and may He grant you always the gift of special memories of Rose. Karen Floyd and Delroy Bowen

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