NOTE: I DO NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS INDIVIDUAL. JUST POSTING THE OBITUARY ON ELMON ROSE FROM THE DAYTON (OH) DAILY NEWS 1/19/11
Elmon E. Rose of Franklin, OH age 70, passed away January 17, 2011 at Dayton Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties after a long fight with cancer. He was born August 11, 1940 in Olive Hill, KY to Earnest and Grace Rose. He graduated from Erie High School in Olive Hill. He then went on to attend Morehead State University where he graduated in 1963 with a Bachelors' degree in Political Science. He took undergraduate classes at Miami University and then received his MBA from Xavier University in 1973. He was married to his wife Carol (Dowrey) for 45 years. He was employed by Frigidaire and then General Motors Truck and Bus as a cost accountant where he retired after 27 years in 1992. He was elected as a Franklin Township Trustee in 1984 and served 27 years as a Trustee, a position in which he enjoyed working for the people and with the people of the Township. He was honored as Franklin Citizen of the Year in 2003. He loved to travel and traveled extensively through out the United States where he enjoyed visiting national parks. He enjoyed vacationing with family and friends at different beaches. He also enjoyed visiting family back in his hometown as often as he could. He is proceded in death by his parents, his Aunt Edna Lyon, brothers Paul and Leonard Rose. Survived by his wife Carol (Dowrey) Rose, two sons David Rose and Robert (Jennifer) Rose both of Franklin, OH and daughter Julie (Kevin) Shackelford of Miamisburg, OH. Grandsons Jacob, Kyle, Javin, and Kasin Shackelford, and granddaughter Autumn Rose. Brothers Roy (Delores) Rose, Vernon (Sharon) Rose, and Jerry (IlaJean) Rose. Sisters Mary-Anne (David) LeMasters, Leeda (Colin) Cox, and Bonnie Rose and many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be January 22, 2011 at 11:00 am at Anderson Funeral Home (Franklin) Visitation will be January 21, 2011 from 5-9 pm at the funeral home. Burial will be in Woodhill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please send a donation to Dayton Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties (Renaissance).