Rose Pilon

Resided in Isabella, MI
Died May 30, 2009

Rose A. Pilon, 95, of 10039 KK Road, Isabella, passed away Saturday morning May 30, 2009 at the Schoolcraft Medical Care Facility in Manistique where she was a resident.
Rose was born December 24, 1913 in Nahma, MI the daughter of Oliver and Mary (Turan) Gouin. Rose was raised in Nahma and married Albert Pilon on August 3, 1935 in Garden, MI. They made their home in Isabella where they raised their 3 children on the family farm.

Rose was an active member of St. Andrew

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    Thank you Rosie for being a vital part of our community. If my mom were able she would be here. I am sure you will meet someday.
    Patt Schwartz and Peter Moore
    Schwartz/Moore families
    Rapid River, MI

    I always thought of her as Aunt Rose even though she wasn’t. Laverda, remember when we stole her sugar bowl to eat rhubarb? She would get so mad at us but we always did it again. Dick, rmember how we would tease you when Rose said we had to watch you. She would yell at us from the back door while we hid in the haymow reading comic books. And I always remember how she made a whole batch of rice pudding for Scott. I also recall the racusous poker parties on Saturday nights. No one could touch that bag of change she kept close to her. Aunt Rosie, you are fondly remembered by my grandkids and we will all look for you the next time we visit Isabella. You were one of a kind and leave many fond memories for me and my family. God speed, Aunt Rose.

    Dell Rosa James
    Atkins, IA

    We will miss Rosie in Isabella. There will never be another Jelly Roll cake like hers. Our prayers are with you,

    Ivan & Tillie Nedeau
    Escanaba, MI

    I used to be neighbors with John and Susie who are wonderful people and just wanted to express my sympathy for your family. You are all in my prayers.

    Colleen (anderson) Todd
    Milwaukee, WI

    Dick sorry for your Great loss!!

    Dale & Sally DuFOUR

    Manistique, MI

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