Rose Marie Enders

Rose Marie Enders

April 30, 1926 ‐ August 28, 2022
Rose Marie Enders
Birthplace: Quincy, Massachusetts Resided In: Bay Village, Ohio Visitation: September 01, 2022 Service: September 01, 2022 Cemetery: Blue Hill Cemetery

Rose Marie Enders, 96 passed away peacefully on August 28, 2022.  Beloved wife of the late Wilfred “Bill”.  Loving Mother to Wilfred B. Enders II, Arlene (deceased) and Glenn (Gail) Enders. Caring grandmother to Alyson and G. Tyler "GT" Enders. She is also survived by numerous friends. Rose married Bill, who was a Pearl Harbor Survivor in 1945, and were married for 63 years.  Rose was  kind, witty and an intelligent lady. She was always willing to give advice when asked. Rose and Bill loved to dance together; they enjoyed Ballroom dancing for many years. Rose  learned how to do the hula and would dance for dad and other Pearl Harbor survivors because of his connection to Pearl Harbor. Where ever she went, Rose made new friends. She remained active until the last year of her life.

Celebration of life will be held on Thursday September 1 at 630pm where family and friends are invited to a visitation from 5 till time of the service at Jenkins Funeral Chapel 2914 Dover Center Rd. Westlake OH.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to  Kindred Hospice


Guest Comments

Lee and Marcia vandyke
Pawleys Island South Carolina

Pawleys Island South Carolina
My dear Rose , please go forth and be with your husband in the enchanted land above. For someone that I have never met in person I find you to be a very honorable woman of your time. from the time I met your son and he introduced you to me on the phone and of all places Dallas Texas. We had a snappy conversation. In the most amazing thing is that you I always asked your son Glen how I was doing. I thought that came from a special part of your heart. Rest in peace Rose for I will be I always thinking of you, and what a great job you did on your son.

Bill Sutherland
Rockland , Ma

Rest in peace my beautiful Little Rose

Barbara Hartwell
Brockton, Massachusetts

My dear Rose, my adopted mother and friend. I miss you and will never forget you. You were a role model and a positive influence in my life. You will remain forever in my thoughts. Rest in peace.