VeteranMarshall S. Rose, Peoria, Dies; Born In Woodland

Marshall Samuel Rose, 34, of Peoria, died at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., last Wednesday, after a three months illness.

He had been employed as a welding instructor at LeTourneau plant in Peoria for 14 years.

He was born in Woodland township, March 3, 1918, a son of Samuel J. and Flossie Farwell Rose. He married Alice Curless in Peoria June 29, 1948. During World War II he served in the Army's 33rd division.

He belonged to the United Brethren church at Marbletown and the Illinois lodge 263, AF&AM.

Surviving are his wife, one daughter, Dustye Lee; his parents of Peoria; a grandmother, Mrs. Etta Rose of Bluff City, two sisters, Mrs. Nina Howe of Lewistown and Mrs. Meryle Briney of Ipava, and three brothers, Robert and Stanley of Peoria, and Max of Urbana.

Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Gauss Mortuary Chapel, conducted by Rev. Dan Denmin. Burial was in Swan Lake Memory Gardens, Peoria.


Published in the Argus-Searchlight on 2/4/1953

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