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Rose Anderson

Rose Anderson, age 93, died on Thursday, June 23, 2022, in Burkesville, Kentucky. She was born in the community of Little Renox on September 27, 1928, the third of three children, to Ritchie and Mabel Allen Cole. She married Ralph K. Anderson on December 7, 1946, in Jamestown, Kentucky, and together they raised two children and celebrated many anniversaries until Ralph’s passing in September 2010. In 2012, Rose married Dr. Thomas Miller, who also preceded her in death, having passed away in June 2017. Along with her parents and two husbands, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Ritchie Hyde and Josephine Shafer, and her son, Ralph K. Anderson, Jr.
BURKESVILLE, KY
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Rose Anderson

May 28, 1923 - September 16, 2021. Rose Anderson, age 98, of White Earth, MN, died on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at Pelican Landing in Detroit Lakes, MN. Rose Marie Roy, the daughter of David and Christine (Rice) Roy, was born on May 28, 1923. She grew up on the White Earth Reservation and being the eldest of several siblings, Rose was always surrounded by family. After graduating from Mahnomen high school, Rose continued her education at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, KS, receiving her accounting degree. Over the years, she was married and became a mother to ten children. Rose spent most of her career years working as a cook for a variety of different area agencies. She made her home in White Earth at the Biimaadiiziiwiin Senior Living Apartments for many years before moving to Detroit Lakes. Rose loved to spend time with her family. She was often laughing with her sisters and dear friends while they danced, played bingo or simply drank a beer together. Rose was very active with the VFW Auxiliary and participated in most of their events. She also traveled a lot and went on new adventures any chance she could, seeing the world with her best friends. In earlier years, Rose liked to knit and watch hummingbirds and owls out her windows. As her mind and body both slowed, she enjoyed family and sweet conversation. She will be greatly missed.
WHITE EARTH, MN
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