Rosemary Eileen Wooster/West, 39, Orofino
Rosemary Eileen Wooster/West age 39, was born in Portland, OR on Nov. 15, 1973 and passed away due to carbon monoxide poisoning on April 13, 2013 with her loving family Allen West, Trevor Wiley, and Zachary Wooster in a house fire.
She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Tchad J Wiley and Tracy M. Weese Orofino; her father, Roger D. Edwards, Albany, OR; her uncle, John R. Betts, Sweet Home, OR, and her co-parent Jay P. Wooster, Lewiston; her niece Jaime Weese and nephew Bean Weese, Orofino; as well as the numerous friends she had. Rosey was preceded in death by mother, Judy Edwards; father, Donald Wiley; Uncle Dana Wiley; as well as her grandparents, Russell and Ida Betts, and Bill Wiley.
Rosey attended Renton Alternative High School, and had many friends that continue to be her friends to this day. She touched the hearts of many people, and cared for her family very much! She was a loving mother, supportive wife, best friend, and a perfect sister. Rosey maintained friendships that transcended time and distance by doing her best to keep in contact with those she loved.
Rosey lived with her family in Orofino for many years, and became a familiar face in town. She loved the small town atmosphere here in Orofino, and all of the nice people she met. She was working at H&R Block, and loved her job and her employer. She had recently reported being very happy about her job, and thankful for having the opportunity to work there again. Rosey's beautiful smile would warm your heart, and those beautiful eyes would plainly show how much she cared.
Rosey also had affections for two things shoes and purses, those that knew Rosey know that her love for purses and shoes went to the extreme. She also poured her heart and soul into everything she was into, whether it was beads for necklaces, or something for the family.
Her memorial service will be held at the Orofino High School at 10 a.m. Friday, April 26, followed by a gathering for friends and family at the city park, weather permitting. Memorial contributions can be made in her name at Lewis-Clark Credit Union, Orofino.
Clearwater Tribune , April 18, 2013
Transcribed by Michal Berreth Beck
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