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MILLS, Rosina

November 22, 2012
Times Leader

MILLS, E. Rosina, 98, of St. Clairsville, OH died November 19, 2012 at Forrest Hills Nursing Home St. Clairsville.

She was born September 5, 1914 in Black Oak Belmont Co. the eldest daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Benson Mills.

She attended Oak Hill and Fairpoint Grade School, Wheeling High and graduated from St. Clairsville in 1933.

Rosina became the bookkeeper and supervising accountant for William Kennard at Richland Motors, and later as the executive assistant at Harvey Goodman Realty where she served on the Belmont County Board of Realtors from 1963-1979.

She was a former member of the Fairpoint United Presbyterian Church and later the First Presbyterian Church of St. Clairsville where she was an Elder, Deacon and Trustee.

She was a 78-year member and former Worthy Matron for OES Chapter # 369 of Flushing and was Deputy Grand Matron for Ohio in 1947. She was also a member and former president of Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Pi Sigma Sorority.

Rosina was honored in 2002 with the Class of 1933 Alumni Award for her exemplary character, and community service by the St. Clairsville. High School Alumni Committee.

In addition to her parents Rosina was preceded in death by her sisters, Evelyn (William) Keene and Mary (Vincent) S. Kloss Sr.; and her nephew, Allan Kloss.

Surviving are her nieces, JoLynn Kloss, Margery (Rudy) Mikaelian, Melinda George, and Jennifer Kloss, a nephew Vincent S. (Mary Gerber) Kloss Jr.; great- nephews, Keefer and Khoury Kloss, Jerod Kloss and Jay (April) Kloss; great -nieces, Maru (Shaun) Haney, Malia (Nick) Eves, Marissa Mikaelian, Chris Josenhans, Briana (Michael) Olmstead, Brittany George, Allison (Bryan) Bryant, Amity (Sheila); great-great-nephews, Ryder Josenhans, Jacob, Justin and Jamieson Kloss and Jason Eves; her great-great nieces, Makayla Josenhans, Amber and Angelie Kloss, Madyson Bryant and Amanda (Jesus) Corona; and great-great- great-nephew Arjenize Corona; numerous cousins and her dear friends John and Marylou Goodman and their children Jay, Emily and her Godchild Tracy, and J. H. Goodman and Reinette Goodman Tate

Friends will be received 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Beck-Altmeyer Funeral Home and Crematory, 204 W. Main St., St. Clairsville where services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Dr. Roy Browder officiating. Interment will follow in Union Cemetery

Memorial contributions may be made to the St.Clairsville Food Pantry c/o First Presbyterian Church, 110 S. Marietta Street, St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Online condolences may offered at www.altmeyer. com.

 
 

 

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