Rose Lorraine (Holloway) Barnes ~ in our care….. January 15,2020
Stewartsville, MO…..Rose Lorraine Barnes, age 69, passed from this life on January 15, 2020 at Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph, surrounded by her loving family.
A Memorial Service will be held in her honor at The Stewartsville Missouri Fire House, 631 Park Ave, Stewartsville, Mo., Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 2 p.m., with E.M.T. Honor Guard, and Pastor Kyle White officiating.
Inurnment will follow at a later date at the Stewartsville Cemetery.
Rose was born in Omaha, Nebraska to Arthur W. and Rose D. (Kudrna) Holloway on September 1, 1950. She completed High School and went on to Trade School entering the Healthcare field and was a paramedic for many years.
Rose was a wonderful mom,wife and grandma, and loved her work as a paramedic, especially as a C.P.R. instructor.
She never tired at helping people and that was most of her life. Rose was always bringing a “stray” home.
She is survived by her husband, Richard Dwayne Barnes, of the home, children, John Winslow, Clarksdale, Mo., Becky (John) Hanson, Stewartsville, Mo., Archie (Tracy) Parton, Stewartsville, Mo., and J.C. Cindrich, sister Peggy Beck, Omaha, Nebraska, eight grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, many other relatives , and a multitude of friends.
Rose was preceded in death by her parents, son Ernie, grandson, Jesse, sister, Emma Harrison, and a brother, Arthur Frank Holloway.
Memorials may be made in Rose’s honor to : The Noyes Home or the Donor’s Choice in care of Turner Family Funeral Home.
So sorry to hear of Rose’s passing, she was a wonderful woman. I enjoyed working with her on the Ambulance Board and considered her my friend. Prayers of comfort to all her family and friends.
I’m so sorry rose passed will miss her I was really hoping she would have beat this love and prayers for richard, becky and family.
Rose Barnes, I am so saddened that you left this life. God must have needed you sooner than later. You were the best Paramedic that this EMT had ever worked with back in the 90’s. So compassionate. I am forever grateful and blessed to have known you and learned from you. Oh and thank you for not getting upset when I ripped the lights off the ambulance. I Wasn’t the best at parking in the old Stewartsville, Mo ambulance barn. You had the best disposition for a friend and a boss. I was so looking forward to you coming to visit me in Florida with your hubby and your fifth wheel. We had just messaged each other about that on Dec. 30th. I remember you taking the time to come to my nursing graduation and giving me sound advice about a lot of things in my life at that time. Thank you for helping me with IV Therapy calculations. You were intelligent, patient, kind, charismatic, SUPERB paramedic and a great friend. God has his reasons for everything in this life that us as humans may not understand but I know that HE always has us in his sights. Lord Jesus Christ please blanket Rose’s family with peace and understanding thru this loss and journey that they are going thru. In your name Lord Jesus Christ. AMEN. God bless your soul my sister in Christ. Until we meet again in Heaven.
So to hear that rose has passed, a true caring person and was a honor to coincide with her with the ambulance also as a friend.
So sorry to hear this! We all love Rose so much. She will be greatly missed! Prayers and thoughts for all of you!
Rosie, we have known each other our entire lives. 70 years…. We may not have talked every day, but when we did, it was as if no time had passed. You were always my favorite cousin. Oh what trouble we got into when we were young. You were the ringleader…. We ran the streets, stole bubble gum from Dorothy Ringle’s drug store, and fought over the same boy at your 16th birthday party. We snuck out, making Aunt Rosie come looking for us at midnight. Oh.,she was sooooo mad at us. We were so ornery to the little kids… Peggy, Emma, and Frankie…. I remember Aunt Rosie would say we had to eat everything on our plate before we could leave the table..so we’d load up little Frankie’s and Emma’s plate with our vegetables, and they were too little to tattle on us.. and off we’d go and they would still be sitting there. All of us kids slept in the same bed.. The little kids throwing their legs over our backs and wetting thee bed. We’d tell spooky stories scaring the little kids and hold back giggles when they would cry and make Uncle Art look under the bed.
I CHERISH THOSE MEMORIES.
I’m so saddened by the news. Rose, as I remember her, was the neighborhood mom. She graciously hosted card games and movie time, always opening her home and heart to others. My heart goes out to the family. May she rest in peace!