Rose E Myers obituary

Rose E Myers Obituary

Paulding, Mississippi, United States

July 12, 1943 - March 31, 2020

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Rose E Myers obituary

Rose E Myers Obituary

Jul 12, 1943 - Mar 31, 2020

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In Loving Memory


If Roses grow in heaven Lord,

Please pick a bunch for me.

Place them in my Mother’s arms

And tell her they’re from me

Tell her that I love and miss her,

And when she turns to smile

Place a kiss upon her cheek

And hold her for a while

Because remembering her is easy

I do it everyday, But there’s an ache within my heart

That will never go away.

Love your son and daughter n law

 Patrick and Stephanie Myers



You have been my everything for so long.

It’s hard to see now how I’ll go on.

My heart is broken and I’m a mess

But God, God knows best.

The many lessons you’ve taught me

Will stay with me for an eternity.

The sweetest sound will always ring in your voice

“hey Reek Reek”

I will be ok though you’re at peace now

With no hurting and no sufferings as you should be

Please give my mom a big hug for me

Until the next time we meet get your rest my dear granny

Your Reek Reek


Granny, The day God called your name it broke my heart in two,

But Heaven needed an Angel and the one he picked was you.

I just wish he could have waited and let you stay with me,

But you did leave memories in my heart and that’s where they’ll

Always be. I just wish I could rewind the clock or make it turn

Real slow so I could have hugged and kissed you one more time

Before you had to go. No matter how much time will pass I’ll miss

You every day so please keep shining bright in Heaven so you can light my way each day

Love Rolisha ( Your Nique-Nique)




Precious Lord, take my hand, lead me on, let me stand

I am tired, I am weak, I am worn,

Through the storm, through the night

Lead me on to the light

(Aunt Rose favorite song)

Love always your nieces

Nyree and Akira



Auntie smiles, you smile too

Auntie smiles, delightful and true

Auntie smiles, brings family together

Auntie smiles, a big beautiful memory to treasure

Thank you for all the memories we shared with every visit

And thank you for the love you made us feel.



One quiet day the Angels came and took grandma far away

But in the stillness of the night I could almost hear her say

“Dear grandchild I will miss you because you mean so much to me

But Jesus called me to his side in Heaven

A place of God’s great beauty, no tears or earthly cares

Only peace and joy forever  and love beyond compare.

So remember all the good times and don’t think about the sad times

Treasure all the special moments through the years we’ve always had

And if you trust in Jesus I can promise this and more that you will get a hug from

Grandma someday on Heaven’s Golden Shore” we love you and will forever

Miss you Grandma Rose.

Love Always, Your Great Grandchildren




Those special memories of you, will always bring a smile

If only I can have you back for a little while.

Then we could sit and talk again just like we use to do.

You always meant so very much and always will too.

The fact that you’re no longer here will always cause us pain

But you’re forever in our hearts. Until  we meet again

                Your Brother James Lee


                Your sisters DeLois & Evelyn






We watched her suffer day by day. It caused us bitter grief to see her slowly pass away

And could not give relief. Her weary hours and days of pain, her troubled nights have passed

And in our aching hearts we know she has found sweet rest at last. Its sweet to know that we

Will meet again where parting is no more and my dear wife I loved so well has only gone before. God

Knows how much I miss her and he counts the tears I shed and whispers “hush she is only sleeping

Your wife is not dead”. Someday, some time her hand I’ll clasp and never say farewell. The Pearly gates were opened and a gentle voice said “come” and with farewells unspoken she gently entered home. Her smiling face is a pleasure to recall she had a kindly word for each and died beloved by all. Some day we hope to meet her. Someday we know not when to clasp her hand in the better land and never to part again.




As I sit here and prepare myself to write this tribute to you, tears began to fall. If I could

Turn back the hands of time to see that beautiful smile one more time  I would. If I could have one more conversation with you just to hear your voice I would. I know you’re in a much better place where your pain and hurt is no more. I can only pray to God to give me the strength to let you rest. I know you raised me to be a strong believer in God. You also raised me to be a strong independent woman.

You were hard on us but I know it was all out of love. I see that now you was one of my biggest supporter. You loved me unconditionally and I will always hold on to that love as I prepare my earthly

Life without  you. Your memories I will always hold on to with all my heart and never let them go. Until we meet again in our heavenly home I love you Mama

                                                Your Baby Girl Terri









        The life of Rose Ella Fowler Myers began on July 12, 1943 in Paulding, MS to the late William and Rose Anna Fowler. Rose Ella was the oldest of 5 children. She heard God call her name on March 31,2020. Rose Ella attended Southside school. After high school, she later met and Married her husband Eddie Wilson Myers. Life for them began in the small community of Rocky Mt. Together the two of them shared four children. Rose Ella was a member of Rocky Mt. Baptist Church. In the kitchen is where she showed her love whether it was cooking for Church events, family, friends or the community.  When she stepped in the kitchen she never missed a beat. I  her younger days she was also known for keeping all the ladies and young girls of her community looking for with her famous Press& Curls. She was very active and always willing to do what was asked of her. She was full of life and Laughter and for that she will be fondly remembered by her family and friends.

                Rose was proceeded in death by her Parents William and Rose Anna Fowler, two daughters Rose Anna Myers and Doris Myers, one brother William Fowler Jr., two uncles Sam & James Fowler, and three aunts, Bessie McKenzie, Betty Jones, and Beatrice Hayes. She leaves to cherish her memories her beloved and devoted husband Eddie Myers, one son Patrick(Stephanie Myers) of Laurel MS, One Daughter Terion(Keith Jones) of Paulding MS, Two sisters D’Lois Clark of Paulding,MS, and Evelyn Fowler of Erie, PA., one brother James Lee Fowler of Erie, PA., Five aunts Lucille Jones, Julie Mae Stephens, Rosie Jones, Mae Willie Hayes and Mildred Fowler all of Paulding MS. Six grandchildren: Don’zell Myers of Phoniex, AZ, Rolisha(Micah)Strong of Heidelberg MS, RyReggis(Victoria) Myers of Heidelberg, MS, Jernell Myers of Rose Hill, MS, Tyren Myers, Markeese Jones, and Devin Jones of Paulding, MS, and Keyana(Daishaun) Butler of Atlanta GA. She also leaves to cherish her memories 10 greatgrandchildren, one God-grand child Errius Fowler, and a very special friend Olivia Milsap, and a host of nieces, nephews, and other friends that visited her daily.

                When we think or Mrs. Rose E. Myers, let her smile with her favorite Cherry Jubilee lipstick, and her famous home cooked meals be remembered. With her life ending here on Earth her new life has began in God’s Heavenly home. Let the love she shared with her ones and others be carried on.







Bay Springs Funeral Home was in charge of the Arrangements and services.


The Myers family will like to send a special  thank you to  Jasper General Nursing Home and their staff for taking care of Rose Myers and Making her feel at home the past 2 years.  We greatly appreciate your service and can’t thank you enough for all the time you took out to listen to her when we wasn’t able to be there or in the late hours of the night.  




God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be So he out his arms around you and whispered “come to me”. With tearful eyes we watched you and saw you pass away. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands to rest.

God broke our hearts to prove to us he only takes the best.

Love Always Your Grand-Children

You can to the family or in memory of Rose Myers.


Funeral Details:
April 06, 2020
Rocky Mt. Cemetery, Paulding, Paulding,MS



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