Rosamary Burch, 68, passed on to meet our Heavenly Father on October 25, 2018. She spent her last hours on earth surrounded by her family and friends. Arrangements are under the personal care of LaGrone Blackburn Shaw Funeral Directors, 8310 S. Coulter Road.
Rosamary was born to Everett and Marie Daniel on November 24, 1949. She was a beautiful child with beautiful green eyes. She was the oldest child of eight. She loved country music, crocheting, and bowling. She bowled on a league for several years with some of her siblings. She married Bobby Burch in July of 1969. They had three children together Melissa, William, and Jonathan. They later divorced in 1991. She graduated with her nursing degree in 1994. She worked hard and did this as a single mom while raising three children. She worked in the nursing field as she put herself through school on her own. Rosamary worked mostly in elder care at Bivins and as a home care nurse, but she also worked in Critical Care at NWTH, BSA, and St Anthony's hospital. She worked with Hospice as well. She was the big sister everyone wanted and was close with her siblings. She was a beautiful mother, aunt, and an amazing Nanny to her grandchildren. She will be truly missed by all as she flies with the angels.
Rosamary was preceded in death by her parents, Everett and Marie Daniel, a son, Jonathan Burch, a sister Sylvia Turner, a brother Jimmy Daniel.
She is survived by her children, Melissa Robinson (Jason) of Rhinelander, and William Burch of Amarillo. Her grandchildren Chantal Whetzel , Brookelynne Rose Burch, Crislyn Post, all of Amarillo, Shiann Whetzel, Raeleigh Whetzel, Alexia Robinson, all of Rhinelander Wi. Mariah Robinson, Santa Maria, Cal.and Jordon Robinson of Minot N.D. Rosamary is also survived by her siblings,Danny Daniel (Vicky), Cherrie Drerup, Carolyn Wineburg, Randy Daniel, all of Amarillo and Phyllis Deccio of Tacoma Wa. She is survived as well by many nieces and nephews whom she loved like her own, and many many of those who called her Mom.
We would like to send a special thanks to the Heart Hospital's nurses and staff, and especially Austin and Brooke on the fourth floor. Thank you. Also to BSA Hospice of the Southwest for the peaceful surroundings, respect and outpouring of compassion. We cannot thank you enough.
There will be no services at this time. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests making a donation to your favorite charity.