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Updates At Bottom
Rose-Ellen passed away from cancer on July 4th, 2016.
Her memory will live on in the Photo Memorial below.
memorial. Photos added 8/3/2016
Click On Images To Enlarge!
#1 Rose-Ellen's headstone has been installed so her grave is
easier to find. The headstone has an inscription at bottom, "Hine El
Yeshuati". That is Hebrew transliterated into English letters and means,
"Behold that God is my salvation". Photo below click to enlarge.
#1 Today I added more photos of Rose-Ellen. I will add a lot more
of Rose-Ellen's recipes next week. See you at the party Friday.
#1 Today I posted the first recipe and many more will be posted over
time so take a look at the Recipes Page from
time to time. This first recipe is her Honey Cake that won the
blue ribbon at the Arizona State Fair. I will also be posting more
photos of Rose-Ellen. Today I found a good new home for
Rose-Ellen's chocolate molds, cookie bags and tins.
#1 Kevin says thanks to all that have helped and truly care for
Rose-Ellen, Kevin remains humbled by your generosity. He has at least
minimally dealt with his grief and just returned from a short visit with
family. Kevin intensely loved Rose-Ellen so this is a loss he will never
fully recover from. Survival and moving on with life are the first
orders of business.
#1 Rose-Ellen is buried at the Phoenix VA National Memorial
Cemetery Of Arizona in Section 55 Number 2079. The cemetery main
entrance is on East Pinnacle Peak Road just East of Cave Creek Road.
Section 55 is at the extreme North West part of cemetery.
Look to east end of section 55 and you will see the edge with the new
graves. For now there is only a temporary marker and permanent
headstone will be there in several weeks.