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 Rosanne “Rose” <I>Webb</I> Chilton

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Rosanne “Rose” Webb Chilton

Birth
Ogden, Weber County, Utah, USA
Death
4 Nov 2006 (aged 51)
Utah, USA
Burial
Bountiful, Davis County, Utah, USA
Memorial ID
143400440 View Source

Rosanne Webb Chilton lived thirteen years without the love of her life. We are at peace knowing those years of being alone without her sweetheart have finally come to an end.

Rosanne "Rose" returned to the presence of our Heavenly Father on November 4, 2006. Rose's life ended tragically as a result of a fall, causing a massive brain injury. Rose made it very clear that if such a tragedy were to ever occur, she would want to donate her living organs and tissue as gifts to others who were praying for a miracle. Her wish was granted.

Rose was born July 6, 1955 to Oscar Mason and Rogellyne Pickett Webb.

Rose was an example of strength, perseverance, and faith even as a young child. Rose was raised by her Grandpa and Grandma Hess through her childhood. She would spend summers working at their hotel in Nauvoo, Illinois.

Rose was then adopted into the loving and caring arms of Dott and Randy Strand during her adolescence. It was there she learned to laugh, water ski, enjoy the out of doors, and finally felt the security of a loving family. Rose excelled in all her scholastic endeavors.

She met Mark Pritchett Chilton and dated him more than a year. On December 19, 1974, they were sealed for eternity in the Ogden LDS Temple. Together, Mark and Rose were complete. They loved each other with an undying devotion.

Together, they both completed their college education at the University of Utah. They had three children whom they taught to love life as they did. Their summer recreation was spent with their children in Lake Powell, the High Uintahs, and Lagoon. Their winter recreation was spent with their children on the slopes of Snowbird.

On March 12, 1994, Rose lost her one true love. With the help of numerous friends and family, she gracefully put her life together and completed raising her children, maintaining the same quality of life with which they had all become acquainted.

Rose's love and passion was felt in the lives of her friends, family, children, and her children's friends. Rose and Mark both shared in the joy of their earthly grandchildren, Jada Rose and Troy Danny.

"Gramma Rose" spent eight months with her granddaughter as she imparted her strength and faith to help Jada Rose obtain a liver transplant from an unknown donor.

"Gramma Rose" spent three months with her grandson, Troy Danny, babysitting, reading, and enjoying him as his parents were at work and school. Troy Danny was the last individual to receive her healing hugs and kisses.

In death, Rose continues to give of herself as many souls received a similar gift as her granddaughter.

Momma Rose, Gramma Rose, Rosey or Rose.....You will be missed, loved and remembered. Now finally, be with your "Marko" as you always wanted.

She is survived by her three children, Troy, Teya, and Loni, and their spouses, Andrea, Sean, and Zak; and three grandchildren, Jada Rose, Troy Danny, and one to be named in seven 1/2 months; as well as many others whom she loved.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, November 8, 2006 at 12:00 p.m. in the Orchard Stake Center, 3600 South Orchard Drive, North Salt Lake. Friends and family may call at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple Street, on Tuesday, November 7, 2006 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and prior to the services at the church on Wednesday from 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Burial will be by the side of her husband, Mark, in the Lakeview Memorial Estates Cemetery.
Published in the Salt Lake Tribune from November 6 to November 7, 2006.

Rosanne Webb Chilton lived thirteen years without the love of her life. We are at peace knowing those years of being alone without her sweetheart have finally come to an end.

Rosanne "Rose" returned to the presence of our Heavenly Father on November 4, 2006. Rose's life ended tragically as a result of a fall, causing a massive brain injury. Rose made it very clear that if such a tragedy were to ever occur, she would want to donate her living organs and tissue as gifts to others who were praying for a miracle. Her wish was granted.

Rose was born July 6, 1955 to Oscar Mason and Rogellyne Pickett Webb.

Rose was an example of strength, perseverance, and faith even as a young child. Rose was raised by her Grandpa and Grandma Hess through her childhood. She would spend summers working at their hotel in Nauvoo, Illinois.

Rose was then adopted into the loving and caring arms of Dott and Randy Strand during her adolescence. It was there she learned to laugh, water ski, enjoy the out of doors, and finally felt the security of a loving family. Rose excelled in all her scholastic endeavors.

She met Mark Pritchett Chilton and dated him more than a year. On December 19, 1974, they were sealed for eternity in the Ogden LDS Temple. Together, Mark and Rose were complete. They loved each other with an undying devotion.

Together, they both completed their college education at the University of Utah. They had three children whom they taught to love life as they did. Their summer recreation was spent with their children in Lake Powell, the High Uintahs, and Lagoon. Their winter recreation was spent with their children on the slopes of Snowbird.

On March 12, 1994, Rose lost her one true love. With the help of numerous friends and family, she gracefully put her life together and completed raising her children, maintaining the same quality of life with which they had all become acquainted.

Rose's love and passion was felt in the lives of her friends, family, children, and her children's friends. Rose and Mark both shared in the joy of their earthly grandchildren, Jada Rose and Troy Danny.

"Gramma Rose" spent eight months with her granddaughter as she imparted her strength and faith to help Jada Rose obtain a liver transplant from an unknown donor.

"Gramma Rose" spent three months with her grandson, Troy Danny, babysitting, reading, and enjoying him as his parents were at work and school. Troy Danny was the last individual to receive her healing hugs and kisses.

In death, Rose continues to give of herself as many souls received a similar gift as her granddaughter.

Momma Rose, Gramma Rose, Rosey or Rose.....You will be missed, loved and remembered. Now finally, be with your "Marko" as you always wanted.

She is survived by her three children, Troy, Teya, and Loni, and their spouses, Andrea, Sean, and Zak; and three grandchildren, Jada Rose, Troy Danny, and one to be named in seven 1/2 months; as well as many others whom she loved.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, November 8, 2006 at 12:00 p.m. in the Orchard Stake Center, 3600 South Orchard Drive, North Salt Lake. Friends and family may call at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple Street, on Tuesday, November 7, 2006 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and prior to the services at the church on Wednesday from 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Burial will be by the side of her husband, Mark, in the Lakeview Memorial Estates Cemetery.
Published in the Salt Lake Tribune from November 6 to November 7, 2006.


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