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Rose Marie Lawrence

Rose Marie Lawrence of Kerhonkson, NY, passed away on February 29, 2012 at the Ellenville Regional Hospital. She was 47 years old. Born on August 15, 1964 in Ellenville, NY; she was the daughter of Genevieve Quick and the late Virgil Miller.
Rosie was a loving mother, wife, sister and grandmother. She was a kind hearted person who loved everyone especially her children. She enjoyed doing crafts and making candy.
On March 30, 1985 she married Raymond Lawrence at the Federated Church of Kerhonkson.
In addition to her husband Raymond, Rosie is survived by her children Raymond C. Lawrence, Jr. "Jake" and Kimberly Miller of Kerhonkson, her mother Genevieve of Ellenville, her sister Leslie Perry of Ellenville, her brothers David Miller of Napanoch, Sean Miller of Ulster Heights and Andrew Miller of Kerhonkson and her grandchildren Jacqueline and Joshua Miller.
Visiting will be held on Saturday, March 3rd from 1-3 pm with a celebration of her life beginning at 2:30 at HB Humiston Funeral Home. Cremation will be private.

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leslie perry - March 17th, 2012 at 1:41pm - Email
my dear sweet sister it is still so unreal that you are no longer with us. i promise to always take care of jake and randy for you the best that i can ..til we meet again rose i will forever be missing part of me... love your sister leslie

Dee Bishop - March 10th, 2012 at 3:59pm - Email
Dear Family: I'm sorry to hear about Rose Marie. I know I can't say enough to erase the sorrow you are feeling at this time so I'd like to share a few scriptures from the Bible that comfort and encourage me in my times of losing lved ones. John 5:28-29 promises a resurrection, Psallms 37:29 along with several other sriptures in that chapter tells us we can live forever on earth and Rev 21:3-4 promises there will be no more pain, sickness or death. These are all promises from God that we can surely look forward to in the near future. Of course it still hurts not to have them here with me but I know that God didn't take them from me and He has given me the hope in His Word that when the time is right they they will be with me again. I hope that you experience the same comfort that I do from God's promises. Sincerely, Dee Bishop

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