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Berry Lynnhurst Funeral Home & Lynnhurst Cemetery

2300 West Adair Drive, Knoxville, TN

OBITUARY

Rosalynn "Rosie" Jean Lothridge

October 4, 1996March 18, 2020

Lothridge, Rosalynn “Rosie” Jean 23 of Knoxville, TN gained her wings Wednesday, March 18, 2020. She graduated from Chuckey-Doak High School and also attended Halls High School. Rosie participated with Ainsley’s Angels in 5k races. She was the best Mommy to all of her baby dolls each one aptly named “Rosie”. Rosie’s purest joy in life aside from this was enjoying her chocolate ice cream. She was preceded in death by her grandmother, Joyce Lothridge. Rosie is survived by father, Steven Lothridge; mother, Angela Hurst; aunt, Muna Rodriguez - Rosie’s Moo Moo; uncles, Thomas, Alan, Billy III, and James Lothridge and Garry Hurst Jr.; grandparents, Billy G. Lothridge Jr., Gary and Judy Hurst Sr.; sisters, Maddie Lothridge and Kat Herzog; niece, Darla Dugan; cousins, Amelia Rodriguez, Ben and Ian Lothridge. Family will announce services with an ice cream social at a later date.

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Holly Allison

March 26, 2020

Rosie and i met and she was the sweetest little girl ever! She stole my heart. I loved caring for her and hanging out with her. I loved watching movies with her. She loved harper (her sister) so much for the little bit that she was able to be around her. We will truly miss Rosie with our whole hearts!! Sweet rosie rest in piece!! Xoxo. Til we meet again!

Holly

Nicole Camara

March 25, 2020

Rosie and I were close from the moment we met each other, I wasn’t just a care giver to her I meant much more. She holds a very huge part in my heart and this is extremely difficult. I know she is now dancing and singing and eat chocolate ice cream all day now I just wish I could eat some with her. I love you forever and two days. I will miss you every single day. “When the moon hits your eye like a bigga pizza pie that’s a’more.” That was the song i sang her every time we seen each other. I love you Cocoa-Momma ❤️

Stacey Phillips

March 24, 2020

I will never forget our sweet Rosie! My American girl doll loving friend. I would always bring her the catalogs and stickers of the dolls anytime I could find them and she was always so excited, even if they were repeats she was just thrilled to have them. She greated me at the door each morning with such joy and happiness. She always was so thrilled to see me out in town and loved saying my name. She got a kick out of 3 teachers having the same last name. I will never forget you Rosie! You brought so much joy to so many lives!

Kealie Long

March 24, 2020

Rosie was such a joy to work with in the CDCA room at Halls High School.Seeing her sweet face every morning brightened up my day! Fly high sweet girl❤️

Melissia Green

March 24, 2020

Rosie,
It was a joy to be apart of your life at Halls High School. You will always be in my heart forever sweet girl. You are gonna be missed by so many!
Rosie, you run and have ice cream for me up in heaven !
Love you Ms. Missy

Dawn Freeman

March 24, 2020

Rosie was such a blessing at Halls High School. She made the cafeteria staff smile everyday. It was a pleasure preparing her lunches. An angel on earth for sure.

Brenda Chesney

March 24, 2020

I sure do love you Rosie. I am thankful for the pleasure of knowing your sweet soul. Until we meet again......

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY