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Obits > 1935 - Dorris Irene Rosene

Submitted by Melva L. Taylor

The Sterling Daily Gazette, Sterling, Illinois

November 14, 1935 - Thursday, pg 6 


Tampico Young Woman Expires - Endocarditis Is Fatal To Miss Dorris Rosene 

Dorris Irene Rosene, 32, passed away at her home in Tampico at 6 o'clock Thursday morning after an illness of endocarditis for a period of 14 weeks. 

Born in Fairfield Township, Bureau County, August 12, 1913, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rosene, she came with her parents to Tampico when a small child where the family has since resided.  She was educated in the Tampico public schools and was a member of the Tampico Church of Christ. 

Besides the parents, four sisters survive.  They are Mrs. Ivan Exner, Blanche, Etta Maye, Helen and Neva, all of Tampico.  A grandmother, Mrs. Mary Johnson;  a grandfather, N. O. Rosene;  a niece, DeLylle Marilyn Exner;  aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives also survive. 

Funeral services will be held from the Church of Christ at 2 o'clock Saturday fternoon, conducted buy Rev. J. C. Weir of Catlin, a former Tampico pastor.

(Buried:   Tampico Cemetery)

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