D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Homes - Maplewood Park

4017 Maplecrest Rd, Fort Wayne, IN


Carol J. Rose

19 diciembre , 192620 mayo , 2020

Carol Jean Rose, 93, passed away on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. Born December 19, 1926 in Fort Wayne, she was the daughter of the late R. Harold and Esther (Steiss) Havens. She graduated with honors from North Side High School in 1945 and from Indiana University in 1949, where she was a member of Delta Zeta Sorority. She married Calvin Rose in 1951 at Trinity English Lutheran Church. She was on the boards of the Christmas Bureau, the Lutheran Health Society, and the Fort Wayne Women's Club. She loved reading and bowling and traveled to many countries of the world. Carol is survived by her husband of 69 years, Calvin; and daughters, Diane (Gregory) Perriguey, Karen (Ray) Smith, and Linda Rose; grandchildren, Darcy Mamutse, Jennifer Bonney, Amanda (Brent) Moore, Christy (Jose Luis) Sanchez, Laura Zlatos, Jeff Zlatos; and 9 great-grandchildren. A private family funeral service will be held at D.O. McComb and Sons Maplewood Park Funeral Home on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Messiah Lutheran Church, Hospice Home and Parkview Home Health and Hospice. To leave online condolences, please visit www.mccombandsons.com.


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Carol J. Rose


Mary Snow

31 mayo , 2020

I used to love it when my folks (Lucy and Fred Haines) had bridge club at our house. The house was filled with noise and laughter and friendship for many years. My sympathies.
Mary (Haines) Snow

Susan Hoover Elser

30 mayo , 2020

My first memory of Cal and Carol is the remembrance of being tucked into bed at your house when I was little while our folks played cards. As the years went on we grew and moved on but our folks always remained a constant......and still played cards! I still have the beautiful moonstone earrings from your parents that I received when I graduated from South Side - 52 years ago.

But what I remember most about your mom is her travels. For so many years I couldn't get over the fact that she jaunted off by herself and explored the world. As it turns out, she has served as an inspiration for me. I have hit the trails now on numerous journeys and to be honest.....I always had a quick thought of her.

Your mom was always so kind to me. After the death of my mom and dad we kept in touch for several years, but I let it slide in the last several. Last week, on Wednesday, the thought of your folks walked across my mind. Now I know it was angels telling me I put getting in touch with her off too long. My loss,

Prayers go to your dad and the rest of you. I will always remember your mom with great fondness. She was a blessing.

Shelley Woehnker

24 mayo , 2020

Karen, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. I lost my mom and dad a few years back 2013 and 2016..my dad was lost without her. I have thought of you from time to time, wondering how you were doing. I remember your mom a little, but mostly was wowed by all of the school supplies you guys had in a drawer. Crazy how you remember some things! Wishing your family peace and comfort. Fondly, Shelley Sery Woehnker

Linda Lutzen

22 mayo , 2020

I had the privilege of being one of Carols caregivers. She was an amazing lady. I loved her travel stories! She will be missed!

Bill Zlatos

21 mayo , 2020

I always admired Carol's strength and independence, traveling around the world by herself when she was older. She was one of a kind.