Guest Book for Rose Marie Rice

Provided by Watters Funeral Home

Posted by: Fred McDonald
Fri December 14, 2018
My deepest sympathy to the family  I worked with Rose at the plant and Byron sold me several vehicles

Posted by: Nancy Wise
Fri December 14, 2018
RIP Rose...I hadn’t seen you in quite awhile, I always thought we had time to get together and catch-up. My bowling buddy and my friend. We had some great times, I won’t forget you.  Prayers to the family

Posted by: Linda Hill
Sat December 15, 2018
My deepest sympathy to Rose’s family. I worked for Rose at the dealership for many years and I had so much respect and admiration for her.  May she rest in the loving arms of Jesus. My heart is broken.❤️

Posted by: Cathy Skedel
Sun December 16, 2018
So very sorry to hear of Rose's passing.  My condolences and prayers to all of her family.

Posted by: Debbie Bailey
Sun December 16, 2018
Sincere sympathy to everyone in Rose's family for her sudden passing.  We were good friends at DHS (Class of '71) where Rose was Class Historian and Homecoming Queen.

Posted by: Pandora Neuhart
Mon December 17, 2018
Rice Family, my deepest sympathy on the passing of Rose. She was a very hard worker, compassionate, and someone who was a very good friend. Giving her organs is so thought-ful, just like Rose was. Her death, donation her organs, provided life to many deserving people, what an awe-some Christmas to many.
In Christian Love, Pandora

Posted by: John Winland
Wed December 19, 2018
My deepest sympathy to the family of Rose. I worked with Rose for several years and always had the peace of mind knowing if i needed direction or advice she would be there.Rose was a person very well versed in many areas of life and seldom traveled any road where she did not feel in control. Rose will be missed by many. She was a wonderful person.Rest in peace now deepest sympathy my friend.    John Winland

Posted by: Tammy Kenney
Wed December 19, 2018
My heart is sad as I read of the passing of my friend and mentor. Rose and I worked together at the dealership for years and she truly knew her stuff! She was an absolute perfectionist and wouldn't settle for anything less from the rest of us. It was because of Rose that I learned the ins and outs of a General Motors dealership and she taught me well. I have nothing but respect for her. We went to St. Louis together once for her to bowl (I was moral support) and Byron told me she would drive to Pittsburgh faster than the plane would go! We had a blast and I missed seeing her after I moved from Woodsfield and she did too. You have my condolences on your loss and may your memories bring a smile after some of the pain has eased.