Rose Mosley, the daughter of the late Melwood Davis and Susie Brown, was born December 24, 1932 in Birmingham, AL. Our Rose passed away on February 27, 2020 in her home surrounded by her children and grandchildren.
Rosie was a long time resident of Edenborn, PA. She was the loving supporting matriarch of her family. Her journey included being a notable employee of Uniontown Hospital where she worked for many years in the housekeeping department. Upon retirement she spent leisurely time in her home and garden.
She had unique wit and humor fondly appreciated by anyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. Her cooking skills were grand marked by some of the best cinnamon rolls in the world and her famous peanut butter icing, although for some reason she could not toast bread without burning it. We hold on to the laughter and allow healing in our hearts.
She will be greatly missed by those who survive her and was undoubtedly a testament of honor in her family legacy.
She is survived by her eight children Bernadette Gosha, Beatrice Mosley, Brenda Mosley Moore, Lisa Mosley, Beverly Whethers, Charles Mosley, Jr., Sandra Mosley-Poon, Mark Mosley; 12 grandchildren, Rachael Whethers, Rhonda Whethers, Shelly Mosley-Facchine, Marquitta Gosha, Nichole Mosley, Andrew Mosley, Gabrielle Gosha, Danielle Gosha, Aaron Poon, Rhandi Whethers, Shawn Mosley, Rashad Craig; 10 great grandchildren, Rhiana Whethers, Jayden Whethers, Kameara Jones, Breilei Whethers, Raelin Whethers, Azeriya Hodge, Elysse Gosha-Baker, Jaxsen Whethers, Bray-lee Balchick, Journi Facchine; 1 great great grandchild, JayVian Whethers; sister, Barbara Brantley and a host of other family members.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Mosley, Sr.; daughter, Benita Mosley; sisters, Christine Gravitt, Patricia Burden, Dorothy Davis, Mary White and brother, Melvin Davis.
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