OBITUARY

Barbara Rose

November 24, 1934January 4, 2019

On January 4th, 2019, the world lost a bit of its luster with the passing of Barbara Rose (Wilkson) surrounded by her loving family. Barbara was born November 24th, 1934, to James and Jessie Wilkson, Shawnee, Ok.The fifth of seven very special siblings. The large Wilkson family endured many hardships, including the Great Depression and World War ll, of which seemed to make them all stronger, having endured such tough times. Barbara graduated from Shawnee High School in 1953 and shortly after married Albert Rose, of Wilmington, North Carolina they brought four children into this world. Of her immediate family, Barbara was preceded in death by her daughter Cheryl Forster, Orlando, Fl. She is survived by son Larry Rose, Charlotte, NC, daughter Karen Rose and spouse Larry Brand, Edmond, Ok, son Sonny and wife Lisa Rose, also of Edmond, Ok. and grandson Sean Forster, Orlando, Fl. Of her extended family, Barbara was preceded in death by both parents, brother Jim Wilkson, sisters Lea Korter, Frankie Fancher, and Lucille Swain. She is survived by brother Jeff and wife Joyce Wilkson, Grove, OK. and brother Tom and wife Kathy Wilkson, Shawnee, Ok, in addition to countless nieces, nephews, cousins & in-laws. Barbara worked for DHS/State of Oklahoma most of her adult life until retirement. She was particularly gifted in creative skills including landscaping, decorating, and remodeling. She suffered a disabling stroke in the summer of 2006. Services will be at Resthaven Funeral Home, 44909 Highway 3, Shawnee April 13th,10 A.M.PH # (405)695-6417

Services

  • Graveside Service Saturday, April 13, 2019
REMEMBERING

Barbara Rose

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Kimi McInturff. Wilson

April 12, 2019

Thoughts and Prayers for Sonny Rose and Family.

Dane Smart

April 12, 2019

Thoughts and prayers to the Rose family. I had the privilege to work with Mrs. Rose at DHS. She was a kind and generous person. A vibrant personality who was always positive. She spoke often of her family and was very proud of her children. She will live on in my memories and I thank her for the kindness and guidance she showed me as a co-worker.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY