Becky, we're so sorry for your great loss.
Barb and Jim, so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers.
Nancy and Jack
We lived in Montour Falls in the 70's. We were within shouting distance and our children were quite spoiled by them. It was my son's favorite place to play, and Frosty was his very best friend. He made quite a few trips to the hospital so was probably at some point a patient of Mrs. Rosbaugh. One visit was because he ran into a trailer hitch in their driveway. We moved back to Ohio after about 5 yrs, but our kids still talk about them. They were great neighbors and left a lasting impression on our family.
With condolences: The Vencill family, John, Laverne, Andy, Kristie and Shannon.
Thank you for sharing your Mother with us. She made a difference in the lives of so many people just by being herself, with no pretence of being special but she certainly was a very special lady. She taught us how to be kind, patient, and tolerant, no matter how difficult life becomes. Her empathy was evident when she listened to all our stories then gave encouraging words to send us on our way. One lesson she taught was to fix your hair and put on your lipstick before facing the new day. I will always think of her when I watch a Yankee baseball game and when I scratch off a lottery ticket! And I promise to wear my lipstick! Thank you, Mary Jane and Thank you God for the Gift of Mary Jane in our lives.
Sorry to hear about mary Jane. I have fond memories of your mom and dad. Spent many nights with them at bingo so much fun great family I knew them for a very long time sincerely pat champion