Rozelee "Rose" F. Burnett

June 7, 1943October 15, 2019

Preceded in death by parents, Lester Lee Stephens and Erma Brumback. Survived by son, Andrew (Dawn) Burnett; brother, Michael Stephens; granddaughter, Althea Burnett. Memorials may be directed to Celebration Covenant Church. VISITATION Sunday from 7-9pm at Celebration. MEMORIAL SERVICE Monday 10:30am at Celebration Covenant Church, 16868 Giles Road. INURNMENT at Voss Mohr Cemetery.


  • Visitation Sunday, October 20, 2019
  • Memorial Service Monday, October 21, 2019


Rozelee "Rose" F. Burnett

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Debbie Lee

November 1, 2019

Rose was a beautiful person and one of the brightest people I have ever known. She had a wonderful sense of humor and I was blessed to have called her my friend. She gave me so much emotional and spiritual support throughout the years and always prayed for me. I had the special pleasure of singing next to her in choir for many years at Walled Lake Frist Baptist. So many great memories. Andrew, Dawn and Althea, my heart goes out to you. I know how much she loved you and she will be deeply missed until we meet again in heaven. God bless you all.

Dennis Carlson

October 20, 2019

Warm memories of Rose both at Salem Covenant, New Brighton, MN and at Faith Covenant, Farmington Hills, MI. Blessed by both her singing and her prayers! Peace to her memory and comfort to Andrew & Dawn!

Judy and John Shaw

October 20, 2019

So very sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. She had so many health issues to deal with and yet she always had a smile on her face. She was always praying for other people. I’m was happy to have known her. May she be at peace now.

Marcia Carr

October 20, 2019

Taylor and I were so sad to hear about Rose's death, but then we thought about her heavenly homecoming, and how we will see her again one day, and we realized she is in such a wonderful place! She helped us spiritually so many times when she was at Faith Covenant. At one point we were lamenting about our only child, Leslie, not dating. Rose looked at us and said "She will be married, don't worry about it, and she will have children!" We believed God was reassuring us through her. So far she got the husband part right! Her witness to others was a mighty thing to behold! Even when she was homebound, she brought her mailman to Christ. She taught us that there is never a time you are not working for God! Rose, you deserve every jewel in that golden crown. We look forward to the day we see you again.

Allan and Peggy Holte

October 20, 2019

We are thankful we had the opportunity to meet Andrew's delightful and loving mother during her time in Sioux Falls. We know she has left a remarkable legacy of faith. May God grant you peace during this difficult time.