Apr 29, 2030 – Mar 08, 2010
Rosalie Barlow Moore, age 79, of Bumpass died on March 8, 2010 of complications from diabetes. Mrs. Moore was preceded in death by her parents, Ray Lindsay and Launa Walsh Barlow and her beloved brother, John Barlow. She is survived by her sister-in-law, Jean Barlow; her niece, Kimberly Browder and her husband Ed and their children, Wren and Morgan Molenda and Jean-Carroll and Skyler Browder; her niece, Lisa Monaghan and her husband Stephen and their daughter Chandler Rose; a very special aunt, Edith Walsh and Rosalie’s devoted friends, Elnor and Cary Buck. Mrs. Moore was born on April 29, 1930 in Louisa. After a career with Reynolds Metals in Grand Rapids, MI, she retired in 1989 and returned to her family home in Bumpass. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 5:00-7:00 pm at Woodward Funeral Home, 200 Fredericksburg Ave, Louisa, VA. The funeral service will be conducted at Woodward Funeral Home on Thursday at 10:00am. Interment will follow at Riverside Baptist Church Cemetery, 20057 Teman Rd, Beaverdam. The family wishes to express gratitude to the staff of Hospice of the Piedmont and Louisa Healthcare. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Piedmont, 675 Peter Jefferson Parkway, Charlottesville, VA 22911.
My cousin Rosalee was the greatest storyteller in our family. Joy and laughter followed in her wake. She was down-to-earth,funny, generous in spirit, and never saw an animal she didn`t love and add to her menagerie. Rosalee lived the philosophy that people , not things, matter in this life.
What a loss – Cousin Rosalie brought the past to life! Her personality was infectious! There was never a dull moment when Rosalie was around – my family and I will sorely miss her.
I met Rosalie in the Nursing Home in Louisa, She was such a joy and she was so loveable. There wasn`t a person in there that did not love her. She is so outgoing and cute. I can hear her voice now: Aint she cute as a button” : I loved Rosalie so much and she will be missed dearly with all her cute stories about her haunted house and her cat. I remember the day our CNA class was done with our training at the nursing home. Rosalie cried and there was a dry eye in the room. I love you Rosalie and I miss you so much.”
Rosalie will be missed with such a high-spirited out look and eyes so bright, and smiles so wide. Her persona was contagious, fun sprit and she touched many lives. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time loss.
We will miss you Rosalie with all our hearts. When we became neighbors we also became family. Your warmth, wit, humor, and wonderful stories will always be with us. Dave, Kate, Kari and I know that this is only goodbye for now; in the meantime I know you have the angels in stitches with your bold and witty humor. We love you Miss Rosalie Barlow Moore”!”
I really enjoyed visiting and talking with Rosalie about her many cats and her Old VA home. She loved to visit the Restaurant in Beaverdam and had many conversations with Henry Johnson. She thought he was a very special person. Her kindness was special and she will be missed by me and family.Suzanne Johnson and family.