Margaret "Bobbie" Louise Boss Rose
May 9, 1929 – May 4, 2019
High Point – Margaret “Bobbie” Louise Rose was born May 9th, 1929 and passed away on May 4th, 2019.
She was preceded in death by her parents R.S., Sr and Maude Boss; husband Robert “Bob” Vernon Rose; brothers, R.S.(Oakie-Bob) Boss, Jr. and Francis Irving Boss; sister-in-law Marky Boss.
She is survived by her beloved family; sons Robert Craig Rose and wife Trisha, and Randy Vernon Rose and wife Margaret, and her daughter Jody Rose Howell and husband Greg.
She is survived also by grandchildren so precious to her; Chris Rose and wife Jennifer, Matthew Hubay and girlfriend Michelle, Jordan Hubay, Courtney Hubay, Madison Hubay and Morgan Hubay.
Other close survivors are her sister Sally Ann Cline (Paul), special cousin Elsie Mae Benson (Bill).
She is also survived by 3 great granddaughters; Catherine Hattie, Everly Grace and Virginia Jeanette; sister-n-laws, Linda Browning and Vickie Boss, plus many nieces and nephews, everyone special to her.
Bobbie was born in VA and lived with her grandparents, parents and siblings on Totomoi Farm in Hanover County, VA. After marrying Bob they lived in the Richmond area for several years then moved raising their three children in Newport News, VA. Later they relocated to High Point, NC for several business ventures. In High Point she became an active member of Christ United Methodist Church, in Sunday School, women’s groups, Circle #5, Bible studies; she was a Stephen Minister. She also was in several Bridge groups and had many friends in High Point and Newport News. In 2011 she relocated to AZ with her daughter and family, she loved the climate and area.
Moving back to NC in 2013 she spent about 4 years at Piedmont Christian Home and the last 10 months at Adams Farm Living and Rehab. Bobbie’s health steadily declined in recent years. She passed away peacefully on May 4th at the Hospice Home in High Point, NC surrounded by family.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to Hospice of the Piedmont or Christ UMC, High Point, NC.
The service to celebrate her life will be Thursday, May 9th at 12pm at Christ UMC of High Point. Visitation will take place one hour prior from 11am to 12pm. Burial will follow funeral services at Floral Garden Memorial Park.
Online condolences for Bobbie can be made at www.sechrestfunerals.com.
- R.S. Boss Sr., Father
- Maude Boss, Mother
- Robert "Bob" Vernon Rose, Husband
- Robert Craig Rose and wife Trisha, Son
- Randy Vernon Rose and wife Margaret, Son
- Jody Rose Howell and husband Greg, Daughter
- Chris Rose and wife Jennifer, Grandchild
- Matthew Hubay and girlfriend Michelle, Grandchild
- Jordon Hubay, Grandchild
- Courtney Hubay, Grandchild
- Madisn Hubay, Grandchild
- Morgan Hubay, Grandchild
- Catherine Hattie, Great Granddaughter
- Everly Grace, Great Granddaughter
- Virginia Jeanette, Great Granddaughter
- Francis Irving Boss, Brother
- R.S. "Oakie-Bob" Boss Jr., Brother
- Sally Ann Cline (Paul), Sister
- Elsie Mae Benson (Bill), Special Cousin
- Marky Boss, Sister-in-law
- Linda Browning, Sister-in-law
- Vickie Boss, Sister-in-law
- ...plus many nieces and nephews, everyone special to her.
- Hospice of the Piedmont
Christ United Methodist Church
1300 N University Pkwy, High Point, North Carolina 27262
- Visitation Thursday, May 9, 2019
- Funeral Service Thursday, May 9, 2019
Margaret "Bobbie" Louise Boss Rose
Michele Deacon Grenz
May 9, 2019
I have fond memories growing up next door to Bobby and Bob in Newport News. Jody and I where a month apart and grew up together. We had a great childhood and we will always be close friend no matter where we are in live . I will always remember the weekends when our parents sat on Jean and Winky’s porch laughing it up while we played. I will always remember Bobby telling me to get my mom to pit cherries so that they could make cherry everything lol . I will always remember Bobby’s laugh and her sweet smile . I hope you are having a ball in heaven hanging on the porch with everyone. I will truly miss you !
May 6, 2019
I have such great memories of my Aunt Bobbie, during the Summer visits when she and Uncle Bob brought the children to visit our Grandmother Rose. My sister and I even had the good fortune to spend a visit with the family in Newport News. That was the first time I got to see the Ocean, and my first trip out of Kentucky. It was very exciting, we felt very grown up and my aunt and uncle were fun and very good hosts. I don't think I knew how to say thank you in those days, but it remains one of my best memories.