OBITUARY

Forrest Andrew Rose Jr.

November 13, 1922May 19, 2019
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Forrest Andrew Rose Jr. (A.K.A. Daddy, Dad, Pop, Pops, F.A., Junior, Rosie, Uncle Rosie) was born in Sapulpa Oklahoma, November 13th, 1922 to Farrest Andrew Rose Sr. and Edna May (Harris) Rose. He went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to be set free from this world May 19th, 2019 in Redding California. He married our Mother Gwendolyn (Arter) Rose December 22nd, 1945. Mom already had two beautiful little Choctaw daughters. Mom and Dad added three more to the family over the next 6 years. They were married 68 years before Mom's passing in 2013. Dad served in the US Navy in WWII as a Medic Assistant. By trade he was a machinist, but his love was working with wood. Dad crafted many tables and chairs to be enjoyed for generations. Forrest is one of 8 children and survived by his only living sibling, Mary Jane Beasley of Oklahoma, with many nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his 5 children; Barbara Jo Scudder (Billy), Dorothy (aka Kitten) Winter (Don), Forrest (Sonny) Rose III (Jill), Linda Thomsen (Butch), and Terry DeLong (Dwight). Also 13 Grandchildren, 25 Great Grandchildren, with 14 Great Great Grandchildren. Dad's name carries on with Forrest the 3rd, Forrest the 4th, Forrest the 5th to 3 year old Forrest Andrew Rose the 6th. Love you, See you later Dad, say Hi to Mom!

Services

  • Viewing-Visitation Thursday, June 6, 2019
  • Chapel Memorial Service Friday, June 7, 2019
  • Military Honors Friday, June 7, 2019

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Ann Walker

June 19, 2019

So sorry to hear of your loss. We did not know about it until I saw it on Rodney' s timeline today. If you are wondering what part of the Family we are. My husband is Chester Walker, son of Betty Lou.
Also we always enjoyed the visits with Jr. when he came back to Oklahoma. The first time I met him at his Mom's house. He came out of the house with no shirt on. My daughter Louann whom was very young asked him if he should put a shirt on. While her Grandma Betty was scolding her about it. Forrest Jr, said No, she's right & went back in the house & put a shirt on. He was so nice about it, too!

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