Beverly Ann Rose

August 25, 1949 - January 21, 2009

Beverly Ann Rose

August 25, 1949 - January 21, 2009


Beverly Ann Rose was born August 25, 1949, and died January 21, 2009. She is survived by two sons, Oscar Rose and Marco Rose, both of Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is also survived by a daughter, Anna Marisha Rose of Tulsa, ten grandchildren, two brothers, Homer Waldon, Jr. and Gary Waldon, seven sisters, Sylvia Clardy, Lila Burrough, Portia Waldon, Debra Norton, Jackie Wilson, Sherri Colbert, and Terri Waldon. She is preceded in death by her husband, Arthur, parents Homer Waldon, Sr. and Anna Belle Austin, son Maurice Alan Waldon, and one brother

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4 responses to Beverly Ann Rose

  1. I am so sorry to hear about Beverly……I remember playing basketball with her and her sister Sylvia at good old Union High School. Beverly say hello to Coach Sanders and Coach Bradshaw in heaven. My sympathies go out to your family at this difficult time.

  2. As of February 2, 2009, your family here in Okmulgee, OK, has just learned of our dear beloved cousin of many many many years has went to meet her maker. If we had known of the passing of Beverly, we would have liked to show our sympathy by joining with the family for moral support and excepting the passing of our dear Beverly. We would like to send our condolences out to the immediate family of Beverly Rose (great and loving wife to Arthur, (our cousin). Sorry we were not aware of this until today– Angela, Valerie, Joe, Darren, James, Rachel, Barbara, Clarence, and all of us. Beverly was a really great inspiration to all of us.

  3. Hello, My family and I have you and your loved ones in our prayers. We did not find out that Beverly passed away until today. We are very sorry for your loss. If there is anything that we can do to help feel free to contact us. We are your family and that is what family is for.

  4. I visited briefly with Beverly at the reunion in 2000. She was still giving a big smile. Beverly was in the play we did in high school. The line I remember her for was "ain't that the truth". She did it well! I know her family & friends & co-workers will miss her greatly.

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