Her husband worked for the Baltimore Paint and Chemical Co., which later was purchased by Sherwin-Williams. They lived in Yonkers, N.Y., and Manasquan, N.J. before moving to Forest Court in Timonium in 1962. She resided there until 2007, when she moved to Edenwald.
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Mrs. Rose enjoyed annual trips back to Manasquan for vacations.
She regularly attended garage sales. She also volunteered at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center’s nearly new sale and ran its shoe department.
Mrs. Rose was a prolific reader. An accomplished cook, she made shortbread cookies at Christmas.
A private memorial will be held.
Survivors include a two sons, Christian Rose of Timonium and Paul Rose of Lutherville; a daughter, Alisa Lonsdale of White Hall; four grandchildren; and two great-grandsons. Her husband of 39 years died in 1986. A companion, Einar O. Petersen, died in 1998.