December 16, 2009
North Auburn Road New Washington OH 44854 12/23/2009 10:30:00
Rosanna M. Stump, age 77, resident of Tiro, Ohio passed away on December 16, 2009 at the Med. Central Hospital in Shelby, Ohio. She was born on May 6, 1932 in Shelby, Ohio to the late Stephen and Caroline (Aul) Yosick. She attended the Miami University and the Ohio State University where she earned her bachelors degree in education. She was a teacher at the St. Bernard’s Mother of Sorrows School. She mentored students and helped the reading program at Buckeye Central Schools. She was a member of the St. Bernards Altar Rosary Society. She was also a very good cook.
She is survived by her husband, Charles Stump, whom she wed on September 27, 1952; four children, Christopher (Fran) Stump of Tiro, Stephen Stump of Tiro, Chad Stump of Grove City and Stasia (Gary) Ulmer of Galion; five grandchildren, Amber (Dan) Presler of Tiro, Ryan, Laura and Danielle Ulmer of Galion, and Thomas Stump of Dublin; three great-grandchildren Kara, Conner and Lily Presler and eight brothers and sisters, Dorothy Molder of Crestline, Theresa Solinger of Crestline, Marge Fagan of Las Vegas, Charles Yosick of Mansfield, Joe Yosick of New Washington, Carl Yosick of Woodland Hills California, Steve Yosick of San Diego California and John Yosick of Scottsdale Arizona.
She is preceded in death by her parents; one son, Tom Stump; three brothers, Jerome Yosick, James Yosick and William Yosick and two sisters, Pauline Amspoker and Collette Blackford.
A memorial mass will be held on Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at 10:30 AM at the Mother of Sorrows North Auburn Parish. Secor Funeral Home in New Washington, Ohio assisted the family with the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Bernard’s School Endowment Fund. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.secorfuneralhome.com
Rose was a wonderful lady. I am saddened to find out she has passed. She came to the library frequently where I worked in Shelby…and always, made my day. We continued to correspond after I moved out of state. She was a devoted mother and never gave up on finding out what happened to her beloved Tom. May she have peace now and her family as well.
To Danny & Amber and the family of Rose Stump. Our family sends you our deepest sympathy and our thoughts and prayers are with you. It was clear to see that Rosie had a very special place in Amber & Dan’s hearts. If there is anything we can do at this difficult time please know we are all here for the two of you. Cherish your memories and may God comfort you at this difficult time.
Sending my sincerest sympathy to all of you:
oh…how I feel for you! I was hoping to see all of the family today but the icy weather prohibited my travel. I have such wonderful memories of/with Aunt Rose….from going to the New Washington swimming pool during the summertime…popcorn parties at your house… sharing the same birthday!…her contagious little giggle… plus a million other fond memories. We will all miss her deeply!
I pray that God will comfort all of you:
Charles, Chris, Steve, Chad, Stasi & family.
To the family of Mrs. Stump,
She was a wonderful lady, and my favorite teacher. I have many great memories of the fun times in her second grade class at North Auburn. She will live on in the memories of her many students that she has touched over the years. May God comfort you during this diffcult time.
I too, was a very lucky student who attended St. Bernard’s and had the privilege of having Mrs. Stump for 2nd Grade. I feel fortunate to have been able to introduce her to my boys as “my favorite teacher”. She made each one of her students feel so special. In addition to learning the basics, she taught us how to square dance! We received “pop” for good spelling tests, cookies and other treats too. She always had a smile on her face and hugs to give. Since I have graduated college and moved back to New Washington, I have once again had the opportunity to see Mrs. Stump. I saw her at Buckeye Central one day and found out she mentored students that needed some extra help – I hope they know how lucky they were! My heart goes out to your family in your time of sorrow. May you find comfort knowing how your mom left a legacy behind her. . .we will never ever forget her.
Stacy, I wanted to let you know that I am thinking of you and your family at this time of your loss. God Bless your family and comfort you.
Penny (Ramey) Ebersole
Steve & Family,
My sincere heartfelt sympathy on your Mother’s passing; she was a warm and gracious lady. She will be missed by all who loved her. Remember in your darkest hour, you will be reunited with her again. I will keep you and yours in my meditation. If there is anything you need, please don’t hesitate asking…..
White Lights & Rainbows,
Mark S. Massie AIFD
Amber, we are so sorry to hear of your Grandma’s passing. We are thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. Cherish your memories of her and she’ll always be with you.
My deepest sympathy to all of you. Mrs. Stump was my favorite teacher and a GREAT/beautiful person inside and out. She made learning fun and was an inspiration. I remember my first day of 2nd grade…Ilaugh because I thought she was magic because knew my name and My family…I was amazed. I am truly sorry for your loss.
Momma Rose (Roseanna Stump) Was a great woman who was alway’s an inspiration in helping people with their education. For many years she was on a quest to located her oldest son, as any good, loving mother would be. However with her passing I’m sure she now knows the truth of all that situation now. May the Peace and Comfort of our Lord Jesus Christ be with the family. She was love by many and will be greatly missed. Our loss is Heavens gain. Scott Barnett
To Steve Stump and family. I send my sympathy for you and your family. If you ned anything at all please let me know, God bless you all.
Steve, My thoughts and prayers are with you during the loss of your mom,your a great friend who i love very much! If you need anything at all know im here for you take care God Bless you
Im so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you know im thinking of you 🙁
Uncle Charlie and cousins, Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers in the loss of a great person. I (Wayne) have many great memories of spending time with Aunt Rosie as I was growing up that I will cherish forever. She was always a delight and fun to be with. We will miss the connection to the rest of the family that we had through her and Mom talking each day. A big hug from us and much love.
CHUCK[ROSIE’S BROTHER] AND I DID NOT SEE ROSIE AND HER FAMILY REAL OFTEN BUT WAS ALWAYS A PLEASURE WHEN WE DID . I WILL NOT FORGET THAT WHEN I BROKE MY HIP,ROSIE SENT CARDS LONG AFTER MOST PEOPLE HAD STOPPED DOING SO —A TESTAMENT TO THE WONDERFUL CHARACTER THAT SHE POSSESSED. AND WHEN I WANTED TO KNOW SOMETHING THAT MAY HAVE HAPPENED WITHIN OUR FAMILIES,ROSIE WAS WHO I E-MAILED TO ASK THE QUESTIONS —YOU COULD COUNT ON HER TO ALWAYS ANSWER YOU BACK —SHE WAS A THOUGHTFUL PERSON AND WE WILL MISS HER AND ALWAYS LOVE HER! WE JUST KNOW ROSIE AND JESUS ARE TALKING OVER HIS BIRTH AND THE RECENT BIRTH OF ROSIE’S TWIN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN—BYE FOR NOW,SENT WITH OUR LOVE,JANIECE AND CHUCK YOSICK,SR
Steve, We were sorry to hear about your mom. We will be praying for you and your family.
May God Bless and comfort you.
Red & Evelyn Barnett
Steve & family: You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Charlie & Lacella Lillo
Steve and family im so sorry for your loss she was a great woman and will be greatly missed.I remember being down there helping her out around the house with the outside work and she always had dinner for us by the time we were done..She was a great cook and loved everything she ever made for us to eat.Always a smile on her face everytime i seen her and that smile is what sticks in my head when i think of her..Ours prayers are with you and your family..
Steve, I am so sorry for your loss. I never got to meet your mom but from what I have heard she was a wonderful person and a terrific mother. May God be with you and your family thru these hard times.
steve, am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom, my prayers are with you and your family thru these hard times.
Our prayers and thoughts are for Steve and the Stump family, The congregation of the church will have you all in their prayers. May God be with you all and comfort you in your time of sorrow. Roseanna left a great legacy for many people, she was an example of a person who lived their life to the fullest and always willing to help those who were in need. May she rest in the presence of God and we have the hope that we will meet again someday. Again God Bless and Our prayers are with you all.
Our deepest sympathy to all the Stump family.
The world has lost but heaven has gained a very loving, caring, wonderful person. She will be missed by many but her caring ways will always be remembered.
Rosie was my thimble collecting friend that I met after I left Ohio, but always had lunch with when I visit there. She was the nicest lady to know as were her sisters and daughter that I’ve met. I will miss her dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Steve sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I am returning from being out of town and want to give my condolence to the Stump family for the grave loss of such a lovely woman. Rosanna was a fine lady, good mother, great wife and dedicated friend. Her voice, her laugh and wittiness was something to enjoy and certainly something to have as a loving memory.
Rosanne’s life was full and happy. She made time for past friends as well as new ones. She cared about her students old and young. She loved her husband and each and every one of her children and grand-children as well as the great-grand kids.
Her holidays were full and fun. She thought carefully of all her gifts knowing that what she gave would be something worth keeping. She gave me a gift of value that I shall cherish forever. It was something personal to her that she wanted to share with me. She also gave me another music gift that was sentimental to me from a child. Her caramels each year wouldn’t last very long because they were so delicious.
I am proud to say that I was among the many friends of Rosanna and will hold my head up believing in what she stood for.
Oceans of love,
To the family of Mrs. Stump-I am so sorry for the loss of a caring, kind and wonderful lady. She is one of my favorite teachers. She will be missed by so many. God bless.
To Charlie and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time. She was a very special sister. I will miss our frequent phone calls and I will especially miss hearing her goodbyes, I love you. John
To “The Stump Family”–I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Rosie. She was one of the kindest souls I knew, always a smile on her face. I want you to know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God be with you during the holidays. Love you all, Dawn.
To all the family and friends of Rosie,
Rosie was a kind and loving person. She always treated each person as if they were someone special.
Heaven has received a treasure.
God bless each and everyone of you. We pray He keeps each and everyone of you wrapped in His ever loving arms and gives you peace and comfort beyond all understanding.
Our love and prayers are with you,
Henry, Margie and Ryan
To the family of Mrs. Stump-I want to know that Mrs. Stump was my favorite teacher. She has been an inspiration to my life. Mrs. Stump has helped me to become the best teacher I can be. I just completed my Masters Degree in Early Childhood and I am glad that I was able to tell Mrs. Stump my achievements a few months ago. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. God Bless!!!!
April (Hines) Wilson
I will miss you Aunt Rosie. I was glad that we were able to correspond one more time last week. Uncle Charlie, please take care and give the kids all of our best wishes at this sad time. Mike and Carole Scheerer in Westerville,Ohio and David and Connie in Washington Courthouse, Ohio
My thoughts and prayers are with you during the loss of you mother. I don’t know if you remember me or not, we went to school together. It’s been many years. But I wanted to send my condolences. God Bless.
Shari Hayes Kennedy
Aunt Rosie was such a special person. When we went places together, we had so much fun! She touched everyone’s heart and lives. I miss her so much, as I am sure you do too. She left a legacey of love and beauty, laughter and smiles. I know she was met by Tom and many other people that went before her.
The love that Rosie gave far outweighed anything she ever took. Her leaving has left a void in my life. We called each other nearly every day. She was full of love and life. They just didn’t come any better than her. She was so considerate of everyone. She was such a wonderful sister, and friend.
We just wanted to say sorry for your loss. I (Janie) loved it when she would bring in baked goods to share with us at the bank *yum!*. Amber and Danny (and all of the family)~Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. We know how special she was to you.
I am so sorry to the family for their loss. Mrs. Stump was one of the most caring women I ever meant. I learned to love school because of her and I actually still have vivid memories of many of my days in her classroom. Even though she had a room full of children, she was able to make each one feel special. She was a wonderful example of God’s love.
To the family of Rosie- I send my sympathy to you. The world has lost a fine, caring individual. Rosie was a shining light every time she visited the school to help a student who needed assistance. She gave of herself and truly cared about the kids she worked with and often her visit was the highlight of their day. She made them feel better about themselves, never worrying about herself, only trying to help a child learn and live. God Bless you Rosie, we will miss you tremendously.