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Kenneth W. Rose
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Kenneth Wayne Rose Kenneth Wayne Rose, who managed outreach programs as assistant director of the Rockefeller Archive Center in Pocantico Hills, N.Y, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011 at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, after a brief illness. He was 54 Rose was a resident of Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. He is survived by his wife, Christina …
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Denise left a message on January 30, 2013:
I am so shocked and saddened by Kenny's passing. It was good to see him at our class reunion in October, and it's so nice that he was able to come and visit with old friends. Peace to him and to all his family and friends.
Kim Ricketts left a message on February 14, 2011:
Kenny, it was so good to see you at are class reunion in Oct. - it was very nice to be able to talk to you. God Bless!!!
Kim Ricketts left a message on February 14, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Kim Ricketts lit a candle.
Katie Veilleux left a message on February 11, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Katie Veilleux lit a candle.
Barry Rose left a message on February 10, 2011:
Ken was the Patriarch Cousin of this Large Rose Family. I only wish I could be there for you Ken to send you off properly, I am sick and cannot get outside. I am very frustrated because in life life you gave your very best ALWAYS. You were here for all family, My brother in 2006. I can close my eyes and see you standing to the right of your Dad with that infectous smile of yours. As well your Dads. You and Uncle Bob gave my brother Garry and I the Love of History. It all started in 1963 at the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Gettsyburg. Like I asked Ken later when he had become Dr. Rose, "What in the world was Pickett and Lee Thinking?" Ken Laughed and said, that is the Million dollar question. So, I thank you Dr. Kenneth Rose for being a caring and loving cousin to me and my Brother Garry. We both fell in love with History after July 1st, 1963 Ken. I still collect and absorb history thanks to you and your Father Uncle Bob and Aunt Kay for being able to put up with Hunters Terrors over night. God Bless you Ken and I will see you when I get Home. Take care of my Brothers and all of our family. I have been there and back three times, and it is wonderful. I'm selfish though Ken, and want you here instead. You know now what it is all about. It is us the living to keep wondering (well most of us) what is there and how it feels. My God our Father and Jesus Christ always be with you every second. I love you , Barry
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Barry Lynn Rose left a message on February 10, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Barry Lynn Rose lit a candle.
Carl Bowman left a message on February 10, 2011:
Ken was one of my best high school friends. He pursued his own interests, whether or not they were broadly shared. It is sad indeed that he is no longer with us.
Kerri Rose Pitner left a message on February 9, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Kerri Rose Pitner lit a candle.
Ashley Leach left a message on February 8, 2011:
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Ashley Leach left a message on February 8, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Ashley Leach lit a candle.
Kenny Hulse left a message on February 8, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Kenny Hulse lit a candle.
Denise Everly left a message on February 8, 2011:
I am so shocked and saddened by Kenny's passing. It was good to see him at our class reunion in October, and it's so nice that he was able to come and visit with old friends. Peace to him and to all his family and friends.
Lisa D. Rose left a message on February 8, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Lisa D. Rose lit a candle.
Barry left a message on January 30, 2013:
Ken was the Patriarch Cousin of this Large Rose Family. I only wish I could be there for you Ken to send you off properly, I am sick and cannot get outside. I am very frustrated because in life life you gave your very best ALWAYS. You were here for all family, My brother in 2006. I can close my eyes and see you standing to the right of your Dad with that infectous smile of yours. As well your Dads. You and Uncle Bob gave my brother Garry and I the Love of History. It all started in 1963 at the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Gettsyburg. Like I asked Ken later when he had become Dr. Rose, "What in the world was Pickett and Lee Thinking?" Ken Laughed and said, that is the Million dollar question. So, I thank you Dr. Kenneth Rose for being a caring and loving cousin to me and my Brother Garry. We both fell in love with History after July 1st, 1963 Ken. I still collect and absorb history thanks to you and your Father Uncle Bob and Aunt Kay for being able to put up with Hunters Terrors over night. God Bless you Ken and I will see you when I get Home. Take care of my Brothers and all of our family. I have been there and back three times, and it is wonderful. I'm selfish though Ken, and want you here instead. You know now what it is all about. It is us the living to keep wondering (well most of us) what is there and how it feels. My God our Father and Jesus Christ always be with you every second. I love you , Barry
Carl left a message on January 30, 2013:
Ken was one of my best high school friends. He pursued his own interests, whether or not they were broadly shared. It is sad indeed that he is no longer with us.
Barry Rose left a message on February 26, 2011:
In honor of Kenneth W. Rose, Barry Rose lit a candle.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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