Ms. Beulah B. Rose

September 7, 1925June 23, 2020

Beulah Bernice (Moore) Rose, age 94, passed away peacefully in her home in Riverside, Missouri, on June 23rd, 2020, where she and her husband Richard, had resided for 43 years.

Beulah was born on September 7, 1925 in Rensselaer, Missouri. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 62 years, Richard (Dick) Leon Rose, an infant daughter, Linda Kay and a son, Randall (Randy) Lee Rose.

Beulah is survived by eleven children: Richard (David) Rose (Judy), Larry Rose, Archie (Butch) Rose (Irene), Barbara Butler, Beverly Rose, Brenda Quinonez (Tony), Beth Morales, Bonnie Morales (Jerry), William (Billy) Rose, Belinda Bryant (Bill) of Anna, Texas, Joseph (Joey) (Sarah) and 24 Grandchildren, 28 Great Grandchildren and 5 Great Great Grandchildren, a sister, Luella Hensen, of Kansas City, MO and brother, J.D. Pittman, of Gladstone, MO. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Private services will be held for the immediate family only on Monday, June 29th, 2020, at 11:00 A.M. at the Antioch Community Church, 4805 N.E. Antioch Road, KCMO. A life streaming of the service can be viewed at A Celebration of Her Life will be held following the private service and burial at 4829 N.E. Antioch Road, KCMO, which is adjacent to the Church parking lot where ALL ARE WELCOMED TO ATTEND.

Beulah’s pride and joy was her family. She was the Matriarch, the rock and mortar. We have been truly blessed to have been loved by her for so long. She was one of a kind and will be dearly missed.


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Linda Nichols

July 1, 2020

I spent a few years caring for Beulah. She called me her angel. I always told her she was the angel. I have so many wonderful memories of my time with her. She always had a positive attitude that was infectious to everyone she met. Beulah never met a stranger. She made friends every where she went. She loved her dances at the community center. It was so sweet seeing her get dressed up in all her glam to go dancing. I really enjoyed all her stories about her childhood and her life. I want to send my sympathy to all her family. She loved and cherished them.

Nanci Whitley

July 1, 2020

So sorry for the loss of your Mom.
She was truly one of a kind.

Lisa Summers

June 27, 2020

I loved to sit and listen to the many stories of her dancing. She lit up when she talked about her family and friends. She was a very special person. She will be greatly missed.