Bruce W. Rose, 63 of Owensboro passed away 4-15-05 at Hermitage Nursing & Rehab. Center. He was born 1-19-42 in Daviess County to Edwood Rose and Helen Stinson Rose. He was retired from Local 1701 Electrical Workers and was a former insurance broker with Nationwide Insurance Co. He was a Veteran of the US Army and was of the Christian Faith. He was preceeded in death by his father, Elwood Rose. Mr. Rose is survived by his wife of 41 years, Sandra Tinius Rose and his mother, Helen Stinson Rose and two daughters, Angela Angie Rose and Meredith Nantz. Grandchildren, Samantha and Cole Rose. Two brothers, David Rose of Owensboro and Allen Kent Rose of Newburgh, Ind.

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  1. Sandra, Angie, and Meredith: My family and I send our condolences to you at this difficult time. Bruce was a fun-loving, loyal friend to my father for many years. I’m sure that they are having fun once again.

  2. Sandra, I worked many jobs with Bruce and found him to be one of those persons who not only excelled in his work, but actually seemed to enjoy what he was doing. He was a man who could be counted on and I certainly did!! I want you to know that in our pro

  3. Sandy, Angie & Mer, don’t know where to start…so many wonderful times we shared together. Floating, eating, dancing, waiting for Bruce to deliver some ‘sneaky Pete’s’ to the dock so we could paddle over and enjoy the refreshment while we continue to b

  4. Sandra– I am sorry I didn’t make it by the funeral home but wanted you to know how sorry I was to learn of Bruce’s death. I’ll always remember the fun times I had with you at Indian Lake when Kirk and I were married. My prayers are with you during this

  5. Our deepest sympathy is with you. It has meant a lot to us to be a part of your lives for the past few years. We don’t have any words to comfort you except that we have you in our thoughts and prayers, and that we will always have fond memories of Bruce

  6. Dear Sandy, Angie and Meredith-
    Although it has been some time since we have been together, the memories of the many days at the lake with you all, my family, The Sturgeons and the Webbs are as clear as if they occurred yesterday. Those experiences are

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