Rosalie Young, age 80, went to be with the Lord on April 16, 2017 in Fairfield, Ohio. She was born to the late Ira and Stella Harvey on May 29, 1936 in Perry County, Kentucky. Rose is survived by her children Shellie (Mickey) Travis, Debbie Maxwell, Sheila (Shane) Hagan, Dex (Darlene) Watkins, Glen Watkins; 13 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren; sisters Chris Combs, Della Mae Maggard; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Cecil Young; parents Ira and Stella Harvey; sister Emma Hughes and brother Junior Harvey. A visitation will be held at Ivey Funeral Home at Rose Hill Burial Park on Friday, April 21, 2017 from 1pm-2pm with a funeral service to follow at 2pm. Burial will take place at Rose Hill Burial Park. A special thank you to Dr. Emmett Roper and Heartland Hospice of Cincinnati (Fairfax): especially to Cassandra Wainscott, Stephanie Anderson, Monica Jones and Angie Schaffer.
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I'm trying to figure out how a girl goes on living without her Momma. I will miss her everyday. If still have yours, make sure you hug her and tell her you love her as often as possible. She will always be there for you until she's not and then it will be too late. There will always be a place in my heart that will never be able to be filled by anyone.
I will love and miss you everyday.
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Mom I know we have has our differences, all of us have. We have a very dysfunctional family, but we are family and love each other. You have been has good of mom that you knew how to be. You always made sure we had food clothes and a house to live in.
I'm going to miss you very much. I loved coming up on the weekends and going on or shopping sprees spending to much money, but we enjoyed having that time together. I remember one time we went shopping with Shellie and Mariah, it was so funny. This lady kept watching us like we was gong to steal something she followed us all around the store. Mom finally got fed up. She got in that ladies face and told her off. She made Shellie put the clothes down that she was in line to pay for and we walked out of the store.
Momma, I miss you and always will. I will miss our dailey calls and my long visits with you. It was an honor to be holding your hand when you left this world. I know you are in a better place and not in pain anymore, but I will always have a painful, yet loving place in my heart for you. Your daughter, Deb
Rose was such a sweet and nice person. She had so much fun at her 80th birthday celebration. That is how I will remember her, smiling and enjoying herself with her family and friends.
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