Rosemary (Hendry) Daniel, 100, left her Loogootee residence and went to her heavenly home, July 27, 2022. She was born January 19, 1922, in Chicago, Illinois to Dewey and Jane (Hoeferlin) Hendry. She was raised by her aunts, Georgina and Bessie Hendry.
A lady of many talents, Rosemary was a teacher in the public school system, made her own personalized Christmas cards, sang in the church choir, and played the piano. She was a member of Park Ridge First Methodist Church in Illinois, where she was also a Sunday School teacher. Rosemary was happiest when she was spending time with her family.
Those who mourn Rosemary's passing include her children: James Daniel of Loogootee, Bob (Dave Miller) Daniel of Zionsville, Barbara (Bob) Schmaus of St. Petersburg, Florida, John Daniel of Bradenton, Florida, and Kathleen Daniel of Sarasota, Florida. She was blessed with five grandchildren: Sean Daniel, Paul Daniel, Christina Daniel, Sarah Schmaus, and Michael Schmaus. She also leaves a sister, Melissa Melville of Olympia, Washington.
Rosemary was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Harold Daniel.
There are no services planned.
Family and friends may leave condolences online at www.edleemortuary.com.
The staff of the Ed L. Lee Mortuary is honored to assist the Rosemary Daniel's family during their time of loss.
"I?ll alway remember Rosie as an adventurer
She loved to travel . Bob and I took many camping and train trips out west. They were great trips because she would always be so excited to see new things. Great Memories.
Happy Journey?s Rosie-
Love, Dave ??????"
"Mom was always a positive, loving, and wonderful person who supported you no matter what you wanted to do. She loved everyone and was loved by everyone. She knew how to be a true Christian and practiced it everyday in her life. Mom was an animal lover that was always happy to see your dog, cat, or just the wild animals outside her window. She will be missed a lot. Her loving son Bob Daniel. "
"Rosie was a true ray of sunshine,kindness and love,prayers and hugs sent to her family. Sandy