Rose M. Jackson

June 08, 1930 ‒ January 11, 2017

Marion, Ohio

Rose Marie Jackson, age 86, of Marion, passed away Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at her home. Rose was born June 8, 1930 in Marion, Ohio to the late Robert Earl Powers and Grace Aretta (Berry) McCurdy.  Rose married Herman F. Jackson who preceded her in death on December 7, 1969.

Rose worked for GTE as a clerk in their data entry department. She was a devout and lifelong member of The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses and served many years in the Pioneer service.

Rose is survived by sister, Sharon R. (Lawrence) McKee, brother, Robert G. (Kathy) McCurdy, niece, Kathy (Mike) Newell, nephew, Don Powers; and numerous extended family members.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brother, Jack Powers and sister, Sandra K. Williams.

A memorial service will be held in Rose’s honor 2 pm on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at  the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 2654 Harding Hwy E., Marion, OH.

Memorial donations may be made in Rose’s honor to The Kingdom Hall, Marion.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to serve Rose’s family.  Online condolences may be expressed by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • So sorry to hear of the loss of Rosie, something that comes to my mind when thinking of Rose, is her beautiful spirit of kindness and always had a sweet endearing smile on her face. Also, she was a very excellent example in the Marion Ohio congregation of Jehovahs Witneses, I was a child growing up there, and she always stood out to me as a constant excellent example. One major comfort is Rose was sure in her faith, that the effects of pain and sickness are very temporary, and she taught so many people about the “real life” that lies ahead, when she will be resserected with no more pain and be able to live life in a perfect paradise on earth. John 5:28, 29…..Rev 21:3, 4

  • Dear Family of Rose Marie Jackson,
    We wanted to tell you how much Rose will be missed. Although she didn’t play a big roll in our lives she was always a very nice person to be around. Always remember that those whom you love will always live on in your heart. With deepest sympathy!
    Barbara Snyder & Jeff and Teresa Brown
    (Upper Sandusky Congregation)