Rozella Maxine Sanders
September 19, 1924 – May 25, 2020
Rozella M. Sanders, age 95, of Bloomington passed away on May 25, 2020 of COVID-19.
Rozella was born on September 19, 1924, to Scott and Lucy Terven. She was born at home in Downs, IL. She married James M. Sanders in 1952 in Indianapolis, IN. He preceded her in death in 1985. Rozella worked for State Farm Insurance for 42 years, retiring in 1984.
Rozella is survived by her daughter, Lori (Jack) Spicer of Bloomington; her granddaughter, Tammy (Mark) Vivian, of Bloomington; and her great-granddaughter Molly, of Bloomington. She is also survived by her twin brothers: Donny Terven and Ronny (Loretta) Terven.
She was predeceased by siblings: Coraline Wynn, Marguerite Heidelberg, Betty Richards, Jimmy Terven, and Pat Colaw.
East Lawn Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Due to COVID-19, there will be no visitation and a private family memorial service. Rozella will be buried in East Lawn Memorial Gardens in Bloomington.
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Rozella Maxine Sanders
June 11, 2020
Rozella was one of my first supervisors when I started at State Farm back in 1968. I will always remember her as the one to go to with any problem. She knew the unit from the inside out
She was the best, and a true friend.
Dee Ann Sawyer
June 2, 2020
I came for a visit when Aunt Rozella lived on Bell street. She cooked out steak on the grill and organized a card party. I stayed with her several times. When I travel to Illinois, I stop to see her. This was a loving, wonderful,giving person! She is going to be missed by so many people, especially me! Im sorry your family couldn't be with you in your time of need. My heart breaks over losing you! Big hugs to the family, and to my greatest, great Aunt!🙏🙏🙏
May 31, 2020
Mom had a lovely service on May 29. It was a beautiful day and the casket she selected when she planned her service was Mary Kay pink! I am thankful for her long life.
May 29, 2020
Granny or Grandma she liked to be called. I will miss you coming to get a rice krisby treat from me or eating some chocolate. You were a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers go out to Lori and her family. Thank you for letting us take care of her.
RIP Janice Kindred