Rosalie Thompson

November 1, 1943February 19, 2021

Rosalie (Suder) Thompson age 77, of Akron Ohio went to be with the Lord on February 19, 2021 at her home due to complication of Alzheimer's disease. She was the loving wife of Lloyd M. Thompson and was married for 62 happy years. She was the loving mother of Jeretha Thompson (Walter), Tammy Coontz (Mark).

Rosalie was born on November 1, 1943 in Belington, WV., and was the daughter of the late Hartzel & Mary (Fallen) Suder and proceeded in death by her sister Patricia Carr. She was the oldest child of her siblings. Surviving siblings are Stoney Suder (Andy), Patsey Zimmerman, Rocky Suder, Ronald Suder (Diane), Vickie Donovan (friend Larry) also survived by several grandchildren, great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

She touched the lives of many people in her life, she worked at Empire Plastics in Akron, Ohio for 25years, she also loved riding four-wheelers in WV.

Family will receive friends for a Walk-Thru Visitation on Wednesday, February 24th, 2021 from 10AM-12PM with the Funeral Service immediately following at 12PM in the Rose Hill Funeral Home 3653 W Market St Akron, OH 44333. COVID-19 protocols will be in place with social distancing and facial coverings required. Memories and condolences may be shared at


  • Walk-thru Visitation

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021


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Russell Suder

February 22, 2021

I have so many great memories of time spent with Rosalie and her brothers and sisters. We travelled Chestnut Flats on our way to Yager’s store. Life was good. She will be missed. RIP dear cousin.

Nita Bunt

February 21, 2021

Aunt Rose ..You were my favorite ..You will be deeply missed ..Your smile and love you had ..RIP ..May you get your wings and fly high ...Love Nita

Crissie Ciaramella

February 21, 2021

I don’t have just one favorite memory of my Aunt Rosie, I have a lifetime of them. She was the greatest person in my life. When I reflect upon my childhood and my life as a young adult, she is all I remember. All the times I spent with her, all the laughs, the talks, and the stories. She had a way of making me feel so loved and cared for. My head knows that she is safe, happy, and pain free now. But my heart feels empty. I will always love and cherish my Aunt Rosie.