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Rachel A. Roellich

May 12, 1945 - October 19, 2019

Service Date: October 24, 2019

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Posted by:
Karen Yeske

Posted on:
October 25, 2019

To All of Rachel's Family: The memories I have with Rachel will always be such fond memories. From playing ball (Best Pitcher Ever!), to bowling, to just coming over to your/her house to talk and share what was goiing on with each of us. She was an angel on earth and I'm sure she got her wings to continue to watch over all of you. God Bless! Karen & Steve Yeske-Puent

Posted by:
Janet K Allen

Posted on:
October 23, 2019

Greg, Jan and entire Roellich family.....so very sorry to see your Mom, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and friend passed away. The resemblance to Faith Ann is so beautiful. The world is never the same after you lose your Mom...however, we do not like to see them suffer and death can be a blessing. She is now reunited with the loved ones that passed before her. Her smile says so much about the wonderful person she was....so much fun....so much love for her family and friends. Prayers and HUGS to you all.

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Anonymous

Posted on:
October 23, 2019

A full life filled with family, happiness and love. There isn't much more anyone can ask for in life. If I had a second chance, I'd take the road that Miss Rachel took. You'll be missed my many, kept in prayers by even more and loved by all. We'll see you on the other side.

Posted by:
Lloyd Ziebell

Posted on:
October 22, 2019

A life well lived.

Posted by:
Marci Storey

Posted on:
October 22, 2019

May you rest in peace Rachel after such a long, tiring battle. Say "Hello" to George when you get to Heaven. You might even want to play a game of cards with him. Your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews all love you!

Posted by:
greg roellich

Posted on:
October 22, 2019

A beautiful song from angels above Harmonious lyrics from someone we love Taken by God in the blink of an eye No words to express We can only cry A wilted rose brings to our mind How blessed we were to have a mother so kind Now with each passing day The pain gets less yet will never go away Your memory will live forever in our heart Until from this earth we do part You were strong to put up a long fight On our last day we will re unite Letting you go so was hard to do It`s time for us to say goodbye to you You`re no longer in pain we can take some solace You`re with God yet remain in us Goodbye dear mother!

Posted by:
Jackie Anderson

Posted on:
October 22, 2019

I have many fond memories of playing softball with Rachel and the Tosa girls. Always the life of the party. Great times and memories. I know she touched many lives and she will be missed.