Born On: April 02, 1947

Passed On: December 31, 2019

Lynn Ann Rose

Lynn Ann (Beimers) Rose was born to the late John Donald and Gertrude (Tikkanen) Beimers on April 2, 1947 in Grand Haven, Michigan and passed away on December 30, 2019 at the age of 72.  On May 6, 1967, she married Allen Howard Rose and they celebrated their 52 wedding anniversary earlier this year.  Lynn worked as a Dietary Manager at nursing homes in Grand Haven, Zeeland, Muskegon and Marne.  Along with her husband Allen, she is survived by two sons, Tony (Tammy) Rose of Muskegon, Michael (Laura) Rose of Holland; sister, Sharon Semkiw, of Holton; brother, Brian G. (Linda) Beimers, of Spring Lake; brother and sisters in law, Bonnie and Joe Scarbrough, of Spring Lake, Virginia and Bev Collins of Ludington; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.  Besides her parents, Lynn was preceded in death by a son, Jay Donald Rose.  According to her wishes cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 11:00 AM at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 15395 Rannes St., Spring Lake, MI.

Celebration of Life Service Information


St. Matthew Lutheran Church
15395 Rannes St., Spring Lake, MI 49456
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Date: Saturday, January 11, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM

9 thoughts on “Lynn Ann Rose

  1. Bonnie Scarbrough

    Prayers of comfort to all of you at this time from Joe and I. Lynn will be missed. Memories go back to Brian and Al being friends and Lynn was just Brian’s little sister until Al fell in love with her. Was her bridesmaid at St. Lukes in Nunica. Sisters and friends for many years. Raising children together and so many other interests alike. God bless her in Heaven and to all the family left behind.

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  2. Faye Rickabaugh

    Dear Al and sons,
    We were sorry to hear about Lynn passing. We have you in our thoughts
    and prayers.
    Faye and Rick

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  3. Dale sees

    She was a sweet lady big heart allways smiling enjoyed the small things and big things she was super close to family gone but not forgotten may she RIP

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  4. Dale sees

    She was a sweet lady big heart allways smiling enjoyed the small things and small things she was super close to family gone but not forgotten may she RIP

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