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Rose Etta

June 02 , 1945 - September 08 , 2022

Rose Etta Dyl

June 02 , 1945 - September 08 , 2022

VISITATIONS:

Monday, September 12, 2022

2:00 ~ 8:00 PM

Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

SERVICES:

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

10:00 AM

Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Interment at Michigan Memorial Park

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Obituary

Dyl, Rose E., age 77, of Flat Rock, September 8, 2022. Beloved wife to John Dyl, Sr. Loving mother of John Dyl, Jr., David Dyl, Sr., Connie (William) Young, and David Dyl, Jr. Dearest grandmother to Amy Gaynier, Michael Dyl, Sarah Dyl, Taylor Young, and many more loving grandchildren and great-grandchildren that continues to grow. She is survived by her siblings Louella, Jan, Ruby, Paul, and Timmy. She is preceded in death by her parents Wilbur and Alice Lucas, siblings Sony and Alice, and grandson-in-law Michael. Rose loved astrology, going to local plays at Huron Highschool and her family. She enjoyed collecting unicorns and having many figures in her China cabinet.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital or Schreiners Children’s Hospital.

Condolences

  • sh8nrConnie, so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Scott Beaudrie
  • Connie, so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Scott Beaudrie
  • What a beautiful keepsake. Aunt Rose was so sweet and will be missed not only by my whole family but by many. I’ll never forget her smile or her laugh and if I wasn’t sick I’d be there standing by you Uncle Johnny, Connie, John, and David. Prayers for strength during this tragic time go out to all of you. Love, The Lawson Family Brenda Lawson
  • I had the wonderful opportunity to have Rose in my Adult Ed class, an appreciation of Film in Literature, many years ago. She was very interested in the class and contributed all the time. In addition, in my role with the Huron Civic Theatre and the Huron High School Drama program, Rose was able to continue her interest in seeing plays. She donated several things to be used in the plays, including a crystal chandelier that she got at a flea market. She apologized that one of the glass arms was missing from it, but we made it work. Over the years Rose, even after finishing the class, would send me gifts: some of which I still have to this day. The Snoopy plush comes out at Christmas and gets hung from a festive tree, the personal grooming kit gets used all the time. And the Parker pen set, well the ink has dried from that now, but I still keep the pen to remember Rose. It was an honor to serve your family here at MMFH during her visitation and service. David H. Kuykendall

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