Rosalie Irene Rogers

October 20, 1931 ~ July 3, 2019

Rosalie Irene Rogers passed away on July 3, 2019 in Whitehorse, Yukon at the age of 87.

Rosalie was born on October 20, 1931 in Lucky Lake, Saskatchewan to parents Warren and Mae Montgomery.  Rosalie is survived by her loving daughter Maralyn Rogers and granddaughter Mikayla McCain and numerous loving and caring family members and friends. She is now at peace and dancing in heaven with her sister Dorothy.

Throughout her life Rosalie loved baking, cooking, dancing and many other hobbies. Everybody Rosalie knew, she touched in some special way.

A Celebration of Life for Rosalie will be held on Saturday July 20, 2019 at 2:00pm at the Whitehorse United Church.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Rosalie’s name to either: Mae Bachur Animal Shelter or The Children’s Music Program of Whitehorse United Church.

Her family would like to thank all those for their compassionate care during the following months through to the start of their grief journey.   

7 Comments

  1. Candice Lane

    My deepest condolences to Maralyn and Mikayla and to all the family. Rosalie was beautiful person inside and out and she will be missed deeply by her family and friends.

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  2. Genevieve Kurkowsky

    My deepest condolences Maralyn. Your Mom was my teacher when she lived in Stenen. Also it was nice to see her at the Stenen 100 year Anniversary.

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  3. Bob Scott

    So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing Maralyn, my condolences.

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  4. Sherry Smith

    So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing Maralyn! Hugs & Prayers.

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  5. Lorraine Hemstock

    Maralyn Sharon and I are so sorry for your loss. Our thought and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. Lorraine and Sharon.

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  6. Fern Johnstone

    Extending sincere sympathy to Mrs Rosalie Roger’s family. I met Rosalie in 1986 when I worked at Selkirk St. Elementary School. She was the kindest teacher who loved her little grade one students. I also curled with Rosalie. I have fond memories of her. I will always remember her saying, “Pitter patter, let’s get atter.” Rest In Peace Roasalie.

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