Rosalea Jones

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Rosalea was born in Gallagher, West Virginia, to the late Clearance Thompson and Velmer Clay. After leaving Gallagher, she worked as a nurse’s aid and began to raise her children in Columbus, Ohio.

Rosalea was a loving mother and cared deeply for all her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and her whole family. Rosalea loved to watch TBN gospel channel, other Christian TV ministries, writing poetry, playing bingo and knitting many and many blankets.

Rosalea was known to bestow wisdom to all who would listen. She loved the Lord.

Rosalea is preceded by her son; William Wallace, daughter; Kathy Angel (Carlton Angel), sisters; Geneva Smith (Douglas Smith), Elsie McClendon (Henry McClendon), and brother; Frank Sled-Thompson (Deborah Sled).

Rosalea leaves behind daughters; Marie Jones, Louise Shumate (Mike Shumate), sons; Willie Wallace (Michelle Wallace), Darrell Wallace (Lisa Bah), grandchildren; Shantina Chavis (Dion Chavis), Gary Thompson, Brian Angel (Brenna), Prince Jones, Shawn Jones, Carl Brown III, Markia Jones, Keisha Jones, Mike Shumate, Cory Shumate, Chris Shumate, Candic Shumate, Crystal Green, Brian Wallace, Will Wallace, Terrance Wallace, Andre Stevens, Isaiah Wallace, Eliajh Wallace and Darnell Cardwell, nieces; Carolyn Williams, Michelle Hetzel, nephews; Michael (Deborah Hetzel), and Miguel Hetzel, special Family; Carla Anderson, and a host of great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Will and Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. May the Beautiful Memories of your Mother soothe you in your time of grieving.

  2. Dear Granny,
    I want you to know how incredibly sad I am that I couldn’t be there for your funeral. Firstly, please understand that my absence had nothing to do with how much I loved you granny, you meant alot to me/us granny, and the thought of not being there with you in your final moments has still been discouraging me. But I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me. I want you to know that the pain is not just about missing the chance to say goodbye it’s also about missing the opportunity to be there for my mother who’s so deeply hurt. I also want to emphasize that I deeply respect your significant impact you held on our family. Please understand as you watch over me and my kids and I hope you can sense the grief and remorse in my words Granny!!! I also speak on behalf of my kids and I would give anything for us to have been there during your final moments and to have said our goodbyes properly. Please know that you will always hold a special place in my heart, and I will carry your memory with me forever.
    With all my love and regret, your grandson

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