Rosemary L. “Rose” Young

July 30, 1955 ‒ January 17, 2021

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFILED: Rosemary L. Young, of Mansfield and formerly of Perrysville, passed away Sunday, January 17, 2021 in her home surrounded by her family. Succumbing to cancer just four months after the loss of her beloved husband, Rosemary and Robert are reunited today.

She was born July 30, 1955 at Ft. Sam Houston Air Force Base in Texas to the late Charles Russell and Gladys (Levingston) Buckley.

On November 4, 1972 she married Robert E. Young with whom she celebrated 47 years and raised their two sons.

Rose worked at Hi-Stat for 41 years retiring in 2018 as a supervisor.

Rose loved spending time in her garden, landscaping and creating fairy gardens around the patio.  When she couldn’t be outdoors, she delighted in quiet time spent at home with her family and doing puzzles.  After retirement, Rose was able to spend more time with her friends, attending wine and paint events (less for the paint and more for the wine and socializing).  She always looked forward to vacations especially to Virginia Beach and Hawaii.  Bob and Rose took several motorcycle trips to Canada, West Virginia and Kentucky, and spent many weekends camping.

Rose’s legacy will be one of selfless giving.  Accommodating and caring, she put the needs of others before her own.  She will be remembered as a loving mother and thoughtful caregiver.

She is survived by her sons Robert and Johnna Young, and Russell and Tasha Young all of Mansfield, eight grandchildren Nikolas, Logan, Riley, Landyn, Gracie, Brynlee, Kaden and Preston Young; siblings Elizabeth (Bill) Hurst, Valeria (Gary) Smith, Jonnie (Ron) Barnes, Dave Saltz and Mike Griesbach along with numerous nieces,  nephews and extended family.

In addition to her parents, Rose was preceded in death by siblings Russell, Charles and Mike Buckley and Frankie Griesbach.

Friends may call Thursday, January 21, 2021 from 2-3 pm in the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home where the funeral service will follow at 3 pm.  Celebrant Jerry Wilson will speak and Rose will be laid to rest next to Bob in Zion Four Corners Cemetery.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Rose’s family and encourage you to visit Snyderfuneralhomes.com to view her tribute video.

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  • So sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. She was a great supervisor. Thought of her often over the years. RIP

  • Rest In Heaven Rose, you were a wonderful boss and will be missed. Prayers for her son’s and grandchildren

  • You were great lady and boss. So, thankful for you, in my life. Prayers for your family. Glad you resting now after all those years of work. Glad for the last hug, I got from, you. Your friend and co- worker

  • RIP Rose. You were a wonderful person. Enjoyed working with you for years. Thoughts and prayers to her family. Fly high my friend.

  • So sorry for your loss. I worked with Rose for over 22 years. She was a great boss and wonderful co-worker. She listened to me ramble on many occasions God Bless her patience. She will be missed by many. Our dinners at the Blueberry will not be the same RIP Friend

  • So sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. She was always a wonderful lady, so easy to talk to and fun to laugh with. Worked with her for many years and enjoyed all times we had together. Hugs and prayers to her family. RIP Rose

  • Rest peacefully in Heaven Rose. You will be so missed by many. May you now be at peace. Fly high lovely lady.

  • So sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. She was one of the people you were happy to know and a good friend as well as a boss.

  • So very sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. She was a great boss and friend. May you be at peace. Fly high my friend.

  • So many memories over the years. Rosebud was special and I will miss her very much. Some of our best times were in the last year or so when we would go out on Fridays and have wine and laughs. Its a wonder we didn’t get kicked out a couple of times. The next glass will be in her honor.
    Deepest Condolences.

  • My heart breaks knowing that Rose is gone. She was a beautiful person…inside and out. So great to work with and just an all around wonderful gal. I have fond memories of her and even though we never drank wine together, there were times, in the HR Dept. that we wished we had some. RIP sweet friend. You and Bob are together again. I will never forget you sweet Rose. I pray that your journey to heaven was one of little pain.

  • My heart aches at the loss of such a wonderful person. I worked 19 years with Rose. She was my mentor- and a kind and caring person of everyone around her. She always spoke of spending time with her husband and grandchildren. My condolences to the family -so sad to hear that you also lost Bob- May there be peace in knowing they are together again.

  • We are at a loss for words, worked with Rose for 37 years, she was one of those you could always talk to and was very caring. RIP Rose. May god wrap his arms around your family and hold them tight.

  • I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I went to school with Rose. May she rest in peace reunited with her husband.

    Sincerely
    Debbie Weikle

  • It breaks my heart hearing that Rose is gone from this world. I worked with her for 30 years. She was a very caring, down to earth person I have fond memories and lots of laughs with this genuine lady. She was truly a “Rose”
    My thoughts and prayers to her family.
    Rest In Peace, dear friend.

  • So sad to hear of Rose passing. God’s plans are not always what we have planned but he always knows best. Thankful that she is in no more pain, her life’s race is run. She was a great friend and co-worker . My love and prayers to the family.. Jeanne Harmon

  • Sorry to hear the passing of rose. I will miss her dearly. She was a great boss. And leader she was truely a rose. Prayers to the family

  • So very sorry to hear about Rose . I worked with her for many years. Love and Prayers to her Family!

  • Rose was an angel on earth. When Thelma Ritter retired from the solenoid line Rose turned down the line leader position. Jim Spoon approached me and asked me to take the line. I accepted and went to the line to learn all the jobs. Thelma put me on the winder with Rose as my trainer. After 8 hours talking and winding I knew I had met an angel. An angel that I finally convinced to become my assistant line leader. Over the next 18 months the line went from 12 workers to 98 workers. From one row of tables to seven rows. Rose was a HUGE part of the successful expansion and took over the line when I was moved to the new molding department.
    Over the next 30 years our paths crossed less and less. But I always felt I had a friend in Rose. She always smiled when we would pass, but maybe she thought I looked funny..
    Deepest condolences to her family. You’ve lost an angel on this earth. A tough thing to handle. Just remember the good times and recognize there’s a new Angel above.

  • So sorry to Hear ,I Remember Rose as very kind & sweet personwho always HAD aBeautiful Smile at our work place❤.God Bless and Prayers for
    Gods Comfort 😪❤🙏🏼👏For the whole Family.