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Rosemary J. Gamble


Rosemary J. Gamble, age 75 of Flint (formerly of Lowell), passed away Wednesday, August 31, 2022. She is survived by her daughters, Denys Kimble (fiancé, Larry Schneider) of Swartz Creek, Donna (Scott) Price of Brighton, Melissa Brewer of Livonia; daughter-in-law, Christina Gamble of Dowagiac; two sisters; grandchildren, Marc Kimble, Rob Kimble, Christian Price, Victoria Price, Katy (John) Lott, Lauren Brewer; and beloved great-grandchildren, Brody and Rylea Lott, and Xavier and William Price. She was preceded in death by her husband, William; son, Bill; her parents; four brothers and two grandchildren. Rosemary was born in Spencer, Wisconsin in 1947. She married William in Spencer, Wisconsin in 1964. For Rosemary, family and faith were everything. She and William were active members of both St. Joseph Catholic Church in Gaines, MI, and St. Mary Catholic Church in Lowell. Visitation will be held 6-8 PM, Monday, September 5, 2022, with vigil prayers at 6:45PM, and rosary prayed at 7:00PM at St. Mary Catholic Church, 402 Amity St., Lowell. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11AM, Tuesday, September 6, 2022, with a visitation one hour prior to the mass, at St. Mary Catholic Church. Rev. Fr. Michael Goodwin presiding. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery, Vergennes Township.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Trinitarians of Mary, 62 N. Marble Road, Lowell, MI 49331.

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  1. So many memories from our neighborhood back in Wisconsin
    When I think of Rosemary I can see her smile & hear her laugh
    Your mom & Dad will always be special to us..

  2. I will always remember Auntie Rosemary as a very special person in my life!! On my first day of school, (1953) she was the first person that I recognized when I got on the School Bus! She also delivered me to my first grade classroom in Spencer Wisconsin. She also made sure I was on the bus at the end of the day!! I knew where I lived, and was able to get off the bus on my own!! I’m sure Auntie Rosemary and Uncle Bill are talking about all the good things in their lives!! And talking about the rest of us!! God Bless you!!

  3. She was one of my favorite aunts growing up. Every time we had a family gathering, I was often left out due to being deaf but when she was around, she always made effort to talk with me (with paper & pen) while everyone chatted away. I am always grateful for that. Miss her and her feistiness. Thinking of her family. I love you all. ????

  4. Rosemary was such a sweet person. I was her cook at Springvale before she moved out. She was a joy to see every day. She will be missed.

  5. I love you so ????????Rosemary I enjoy talking with you. You were and great listening and I great storyteller I will miss you dearly. love Ty, your favorite caregiver ❤️.

  6. To My Dear Cousins; Firstly, I apologize for my slow response. I offer my sincere sympathy at the passing of your dear Mother. I understand how hard that is to process. She had so many difficult times, especially with the loss of Uncle Bill and Billy, but there were some good times too. I would call Aunt Rosemary occasionally and she would share her memories of her beloved grands and greats. I especially heard a lot about Brody. I remember spending time with Aunt Rosemary as kids even spending one or two over-nights and teaching me how good dry Nestles Quick was on ice cream or just like it is by the spoonful. It is amazing, I always called her Aunt Rosemary, but didn’t realize until recently that she was only 3 years older than me! Once again, my deepest sympathy. Bonnie (Weis) Jelinek

  7. I love you Rosemary may you RIP I know you and your husband were happy to see each other, I know you missed him and your son. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss you were always a hoot to shop for you were my favorite always cracking me up. Love you ❤️Rest In Peace ☮️ see you on the other side

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