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309 W. Parkdale Avenue
Manistee, MI 49660
Phone: (231) 723-1117
Fax: (231) 723-1029
Rosemary Wolfe

Rosemary Lee Wolfe

Monday, January 25th, 1943 - Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019
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Rosemary L. Wolfe, age 76 of Kaleva, Michigan died Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, MI.
Rosemary was born January 25, 1943 in Traverse City the daughter of the late Clark Whitney and Margaret Gill. She grew up in the Copemish and Buckley area. She married Ronald Allen Wolfe on March 19, 1958 in Greenville, Kentucky. They moved to the Lapeer County Area in 1962. She was employed by the State of Michigan as a Resident Care Attendant for 29 years.
Rosemary is survived by her husband of 61 years; Ronald Wolfe, 5 daughters; Karen Fletcher of Kaleva, MI, Cheryl (Jim) Thomas of Lapeer, MI, Christine Krehel also of Lapeer, MI, Cynthia (Mark) Kopytek of Armada, MI, and Brenda Leonard of Millington, MI, and her thirteen grandchildren; Andrea, Ryan (Nicole), Nicole, Garrett, Michael, Cameron, Felicia, Jacob, Amelia, Brandon, Reese, Kalie, and Rylee, as well as ten great grandchildren; Bradley, Brice, Ciara, Rachiele, Logan, Brooklynn, Dominick, Dalya, Kennedi, and Cleo, and by many nieces and nephews.
She was also preceded in death by her sisters; Maxine, Vera, & Lillian.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 12:00 Noon on Saturday, May 11th, 2019 at the First Congregational Church, 14786 Lincoln St, Thompsonville, MI 49683.
Please visit Rosemary’s personal page of memories at www.oakgrovefh.com to share a story or photo. Arrangements by Oak Grove Funeral Home & Cremation Center in Manistee.
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First Congregational Church, 14786 Lincoln St. Thompsonville, MI 49683

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Erika O'Connor

Posted at 01:20pm
Girls, I'm sorry to read about your mom passing. I have lots of great memories from playing at your house when we were kids. She always made me feel like I was part of your family.
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Linda Bradford

Posted at 09:12am
Dear family; I didn't get to see Rosemary much growing up, but enjoyed the family gathering at her daughter's wedding reception. It was enjoyable to see family and to watch Aunt Eva and Aunt Joe get up on the dance floor and try to outdo each other. We stopped at Rosemary's house a few years ago to say Hello, but she was off playing bingo! I will miss her and her Christmas card every year. Linda (Brobeck) Bradford, Jackson, MI

Karen Fletcher

Posted at 11:30pm
MY MOM WAS THE BEST MOM A GIRL COULD HAVE.I MISS YOU ALREADY MOM...LOVE YOU MORE THAN WORDS CAN EXPRESS

Ronnie Flynn

Posted at 10:30am
Aunt Rosemary lived her life by her rules. She even in the face of death chose her path and what time she wanted to go. We were all her little brats. I am sure in heaven she is already finding her way around with my mother and her two sisters. To meet my aunt one time was not enough. Each time you would meet her she would touch you in a different way. Rosemary was a fair woman and would never let anyone talk badly about someone she loved. People who knew her realized straight away she loved her family. I always felt lucky to have someone like her who loved me so much. I remember leaving her house one day traveling back to California and at 7 years old she came outside and made me memorize her phone number. She said no matter what happens if you need me little Ronnie you call me and I will help you. I thought to myself wow nothing can hurt me I got my aunt to help me. I used to be so happy when she and my uncle Ronnie would load the family and come see us in California. It would always be the same. She would come to cook food make her special salad have a small spat with my dad because she felt he was not doing enough for us kids and did not like him asking my mother to get everything for him. What a laugh and what a great time. My father could not wait to debate her and my mother could not wait to see her. Obviously, for us kids, we got to see our cousins and have a great time for the 2 weeks they would come down. The funny thing was my aunt rosemary was afraid of flying so she and my uncle Ronnie always drove the car so it was always cool to see them because my uncle would always have a new van or car to ride in. The bottom line My aunt rosemary was a person who pushed the family to stay together and would never let someone say something or do something bad to the next one. Her famous comment was your all different and always I love you all. For me, she was a pillar about how a person should be when it comes to being fair and just. I know it with heavy hearts we all have cried and will miss her. However, make no bones about it her voice and her spirit are not gone. I feel her spirit now more than when she was with us. Just yesterday I heard her say little Ronnie I love you and will miss you. I will always remember her funny laugh and that voice she would make when she was trying to scare me into behaving. What a beautiful person she was and will always be in my memories. In closing, may God and his angels keep her and guide her so that we may someday see her again to hear that sweet voice say get over here ya little brat and give me a hug I love you..

Ronnie Flynn

Posted at 10:30am
Aunt Rosemary lived her life by her rules. She even in the face of death chose her path and what time she wanted to go. We were all her little brats. I am sure in heaven she is already finding her way around with my mother and her two sisters. To meet my aunt one time was not enough. Each time you would meet her she would touch you in a different way. Rosemary was a fair woman and would never let anyone talk badly about someone she loved. People who knew her realized straight away she loved her family. I always felt lucky to have someone like her who loved me so much. I remember leaving her house one day traveling back to California and at 7 years old she came outside and made me memorize her phone number. She said no matter what happens if you need me little Ronnie you call me and I will help you. I thought to myself wow nothing can hurt me I got my aunt to help me. I used to be so happy when she and my uncle Ronnie would load the family and come see us in California. It would always be the same. She would come to cook food make her special salad have a small spat with my dad because she felt he was not doing enough for us kids and did not like him asking my mother to get everything for him. What a laugh and what a great time. My father could not wait to debate her and my mother could not wait to see her. Obviously, for us kids, we got to see our cousins and have a great time for the 2 weeks they would come down. The funny thing was my aunt rosemary was afraid of flying so she and my uncle Ronnie always drove the car so it was always cool to see them because my uncle would always have a new van or car to ride in. The bottom line My aunt rosemary was a person who pushed the family to stay together and would never let someone say something or do something bad to the next one. Her famous comment was your all different and always I love you all. For me, she was a pillar about how a person should be when it comes to being fair and just. I know it with heavy hearts we all have cried and will miss her. However, make no bones about it her voice and her spirit are not gone. I feel her spirit now more than when she was with us. Just yesterday I heard her say little Ronnie I love you and will miss you. I will always remember her funny laugh and that voice she would make when she was trying to scare me into behaving. What a beautiful person she was and will always be in my memories. In closing, may God and his angels keep her and guide her so that we may someday see her again to hear that sweet voice say get over here ya little brat and give me a hug I love you..
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