This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Rosemary Pauley Dennison 69 years old , born on January 9, 1939 and passed away on September 30, 2008. We will remember her forever.

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Mom

You were truly one of the strongest women I know. Your life was far from easy.  The car accident with Dad left you disabled and unable to work.  But, with lots of rehab, you were able to get around pretty good.....still doing housework, laundry and cooking for all of us.

You fought many health issues.  You totally amazed the doctors more than once. You would get pretty bad, but wouldn't give up, you fought back with everything you had in you. More than once the doctors would call all of us in....saying it didn't look good......but.....they would be wrong, and you would pull through it all.

Then came the last days.  You were fighting hard....Donna, Anna and I were there with you through it.  We told you that we knew you were tired of fighting, and that it was ok.So....you slipped away, laying there looking so peaceful, and finally at rest.

I miss you so much Mom.  I still remember me, you and Donna....sometimes Anna to, sitting in the kitchen laughing.....and not one of us what we were laughing about. Those memories, and others keep me going.  I love so much Mom.....and miss you more than words can say.

Rest in Peace my sweet angel.....we will never forget you......ever.

                                                                                     Debbie

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Shared by Anna Eisenbraun on March 4, 2019

I remember you smiling and laughing over the silliest things with me.  Like when we were on our way to West Virginia and stopped at a rest stop.  I started laughing over the Snickers candy bar because I was over tired.  You started laughing with me to the point that you were having a hard time walking.  We laughed about that for many years!  

I miss you so much, Grandma.  I think of you everyday.  I will be going through something and you will pop into my mind all of a sudden.  I will smile and try again.  I will say something like I never heard you complain.  A few minutes later, I will remember something you said many years ago.  I lean on you and paw so much even though I know you aren't physically here anymore.  I love and miss you more than my words could ever describe.  

I love you always and forever!