Mary Ann Rose
August 29, 1942 - February 12, 2014
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Mary Ann Rosalie Rose, 71, of Fallston, passed away late Wednesday afternoon, February 12, 2014, at Good Samaritan Hospice at Heritage Valley Beaver.Born August 29, 1942, in Detroit, Michigan, she was a daughter of the late Stephen and Mary (Klett) Lichtenberger. While living in Detroit, Mary Ann grew up listening to polka music which her …
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Shannon Harman left a message on March 9, 2014:
Maryann was one of the sweetest people I have ever known. She was the first person that ever 'babysat' for us, taking care of our dogs, cats and fish when we went on vacation. I was lucky enough to spend several years working with her at Frito Lay. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
JoAnn Humbert left a message on February 19, 2014:


Mom spent many weekends and vacations fishing in the Pacific Ocean. By far her favorite place to fish. This picture was sent a few days ago taken by her son, Tom. He is living there now. Boy I bet she is smiling!! She loved that ocean. Spent countless hours walking the sandy shores looking for sand dollars .Also remember her deep sea fishing and she caught a baby shark.Another time a stingray. Remember Mom taking her grandson there fishing as he was just a toddler. She also enjoyed camping there also.The sunset is breathtaking there. I can't wait to fulfill her final wish and visit the Pacific with my brother and Sister-n-law. It will be beautiful to be able to share this with them. <3
JoAnn Humber left a message on February 16, 2014:


As most of you know Curtis was born in California and Grandma took him to his 1st fishing experience at Lake Isabella. She baited the hook of his very first fishing pole she bought for him. Also used a bobber. Well he cast it out and low and behold after numerous tries,the bobber went down, he gave it jerk. He caught his vey first trout. He was so excited . "fishy,fishy" he said .
JoAnn Humbert left a message on February 16, 2014:


As I look at this picture I fill with tears. I see Mom holding my Hand. I couldn't even imagine how many times a mother holds her children's hand. But on this day she was so proud. On Feb 12th,2014 her son,Tom,and I ,along with her Grandson, Curtis and Son-n-law Joe, each took turns holding her hand. Told her a private prayer and said our goodbye's. So the next time you hold your child's or parent's hand remember it.and cherish it.
JoAnn Humbert left a message on February 16, 2014:
At the time I wasn't so happy,but now I realize how smart my mother really was. And strong willed. I would give her medicine every morning and she would take them with her to Life Beaver. She told me she would take them as soon as she got there with her juice and toast.Well I found a baggie full of them about 3 weeks prior to her passing. I asked her why? she didn't have an answer. A few days before she passed i went to see her in hospital. I was sitting there and looking at this skinny little kleenex box. Inside was this orange round something. So I picked it up and not to my surprise,it was a orange coated baby aspirin. She knew exactly what she was doing right up until the end. God Bless Her.
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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