I don't know where to begin...the news of Rosemary's passing was almost a total suprising shock to me....except for the fact that I actually had thought of her just a few days ago....wondering how she was and whom I could contact in order to find out.
Low and behold, another old friend emailed me today with Rosemary's obituatary from the Doylestown paper....my quest for news of Rosemary ended with that.. And how very sadly so.
I knew Rosemary and her sister Dodie Ferris when we were all in Abington High School...in the late 50's and thru 1962, when I graduated. Then we lost touch. Years later I had become a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant...and in some fine manner Rosemary and I once again came in contact with each other....and she decided to join with me in Mary Kay....She loved that part of ther life. We would drive to MK sales meeitngs once a week, held failthfully by our Director, Marnie Yunger, also of Doylestown/Perkasie. We did this trip for quite a few years....until I went on to other adventures in my life.
Every now and then I would inquire of someone in the Doyletown area what they knew of Rosemary and her current doings....but no one had an answer....until today....You can imagine the shock and sadness that has come over me in learning of her illness and passing away. I hope she went on to Glory.
So...all my love to her sister, Doddie and her other family memebers....especially her husband and son...whom I also knew.
God bless you all with His comforting care and love.
Farewell, dearest Rosemary
Lynn C. Maust