Rose Mary Kinninger

Born: Thu., Jul. 15, 1926
Died: Thu., Oct. 25, 2012

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Rose Mary (George) KinningerRose Mary Kinninger of Sidney died Thursday, October 25, 2012 at her residence.Born July 15, 1926 to Charles and Mary Kay (Chappie) George in Darke County, OhioOn August 25, 1945 she married Bernard J. Kinninger at St. Louis Church Catholic Church in North Star, Ohio. Bernard died October 10, 2001. Rose Mary is survived by 8 children, Gary L. and Barbara (Smith) Kinninger, Sidney, Thomas B. Kinninger, Sidney, Daniel E. and Joyce(Ruetz) Kinninger, Findlay, David A. and Mary (Wenning) Kinninger, West Carrollton, Carol A. and Guy Bowser, Sidney, Pamela M. and Russ Stewart, Sidney, John L. Kinninger, Sidney, Darlene M. and Matt Clayton, Sidney; 17 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren; sisters Frances Monnin Holscher, Osgood, Ohio and Bertha Bruening, Yorkshire, Ohio.She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, daughter and son-in-law Catherine (Kay) and David Pope, daughter-in-law Karen (Leckey) Kinninger, granddaughter-in-law Kristina (Knasel) Pope, siblings Luella George, Eleanor Werling, Leona 'Toots' McEldowney, Ruth Petitjean Thiebeau, Earl 'Jim' George, Kenneth George, John George, Marion 'Bud' George, Lee Edward George and Lester 'Fat' George, Virginia 'Jean' Roll. She was a member of Holy Angels Catholic Church and Sacred Heart Altar Rosary Sodality. Rose Mary was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister, and Friend who could always be counted on for support, strength, and wit. She was on speed dial for advice and guidance, be it for cooking, cleaning or parenting tips. You never had to guess what she was thinking. She was her Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren's number one fan and supporter in all of their activities. Rosie was viewed as a Grandmother to not only her own Grandkids, but to many non-family members as well. No one ever left Rosie's house hungry, whether it was her famous pies, lime pickles, or an impromptu lunch, which the Grandkids took advantage of often. She also made sure the boys in the field didn't go hungry. The kitchen was always a gathering place at the farm and holds many fond memories for everyone. Rosie took immense pride in her garden and loved the holidays with her family. Rosie enjoyed shopping and always looked her best from head to toe. Bernie and Rosie were regulars at the Walkup Country Club. They spent many Saturdays dancing the night away with the gang. She was a loving sister and enjoyed taking the day to go on adventures with her siblings. We lost an amazing, strong willed woman whose thoughtfulness and sincerity will be forever in our hearts. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 10:30 AM at Holy Angels Catholic Church with Rev. Daniel Hess. Burial will be at Graceland Cemetery, Sidney. Friends may call at Salm-McGill and Tangeman Funeral Home in Sidney on Monday, October 29, 2012 from 3-8 PM and from 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM on Tuesday, October 30, 2012. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Wilson Hospice or the Alzheimers Association. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Condolences may be expressed to the Kinninger family on Salm-McGill and Tangeman Funeral Home's web site at: www.salm-mcgillandtangemanfh.com

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Ron and Steve

You will be missed, and family was everything. You have instilled love and understanding to your children. We know why you were so proud of all of them. We are glad you are at peace. We send our live :) Take care, Love ...... R. and S.

Tom and Becky Laurent

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love and prayers, Tom and Becky Laurent

Diane VanSkiver Gagel

Although I did not know Rosemary well, I do remember that she always had a smile and I always felt welcome. She and her husband always seemed to be having a great time together. Condolences on your loss.

PAUL AND ROSE GEORGE

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. She will be missed. Paul has a lot of fond memories of spending time with your family. God bless, Paul and Rose George family Sunburst, MT

Tom and Polly Watkins

Please accept our condolences. Tom and Polly Watkins

Kevin, Michelle and Jace Inman

We are so very sorry. She was the best. Some great memories with her there at the home place. Her pickles and pork roasts were incredible and can't be matched. But what's more is that she will be forever in our hearts. She is with Bernie now. May the Lord bless her.

Virginia Seewer

Please accept my sympathies on Rose Mary's passing. She was such an active, productive mother with a great family. Know you have many caring friends that are keeping all of you in prayer

Karl Lillard and Gaye Barnett

Sorry to hear of your loss, our deepest sympathy.

Carolyn (Goubeaux) Enneking

My emissed-sincere sympathy on the passing of Rosie. She was such a friendly, smiling and warm person. She was a blessing to my sister in law, Virginia Goueaux, during her illness earlier this year, always willing to help. She will be missed so much - but leaves behind many special memories for her family to cherish.

renee demoret (pleiman)

when I think of my childhood Rosie is always in my memories. She always gave me advice and had a listening ear when I needed it.

Rick and MaryAnn Atkinson

Rosie will be so fondly missed. What a wonderful woman so full of life and love. She always made everyone feel so welcome and like part of her extended family. You could tell she was a child of God by her loving and giving spirit and she was such fun to be around. Our sincerest condolences to the family on your loss.

Kimberly Gallagher

I am so sorry for your loss. We all lost a wonderful woman. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Lora and Chuck Johns

I will remember many a time in your kitchen at Bernie and Rosie's and fun was always had by all. All the memories are good- except maybe for the carrot juice! I know she and Bernie are dancing it up in heaven! Love you, Pam!

Jim and Becky Bruening

Please accept our deepest sympathy on Aunt Rose Mary's death. We were very sadded by the passing of such a wonderful person.

Paul and Sharon Hartman

Dan, Joyce and Family members, Sharon and I want to express our deepest sympathy at the loss of your mother Rose. It is always a difficult time when we lose someone we love and especially our mother. We will keep you in our prayers during this difficult time. Regards, Paul and Sharon

Patty Mounts

Carol, so sorry to hear about your mother. My thoughts are with you.

John, Julia, Sarah, Anna, Grace and John-Henry

To all of you our thoughts and prayers are with you. Rosie was so much fun and my kids loved to call her Grandma. Loosing a mother is very difficult but, know a mother's love is forever and she will be watching over you from above untill you are reuinted in Heaven. God Bless may the perpetual light shine on her. The Frantz Family,JJSAG and J-H

Cindy Meyer Hatfield

Dan, Joyce and Cole: My deepest condolences to you and your family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Chris Meyer

My deepest sincere sympathy to all the Kinningers for the lose of a wonderful lady. My life is filled with great memories of Rosie. Her laugh was contagious and she always made you will welcomed in her home. I will miss seeing her when I visit Ohio. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers . God Bless, Chris , Stephanie Meyer

Mike and Sherry Fair

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family at this time.

Ron Dutton

To Dan Kinninger. You and your family have our deepest sympathy. Loss of a loved one is never easy. Nan and I send our best. Take care my friend. Ron and Nan Dutton

Terri (Danzig) Manley

John, Sadie and I send you our deepest sympathy. Rosie was so special and always the person who we all could count on. Your family and mine spent such great times together. Rosie Red weekends, Bernie and Rosie's trip to California for Katie's wedding, volleyball games, New Years Eve parties and on, so many good memories. I can see it now - John and Alice, Bernie and Rosie, Bud and Helen having a grand old time. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless, Terri

John Coffield

Tom, John, Darleen and all, My condolences on the loss of your mom. I met her a few times and she was always having a good time. My thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow. John

Amy (Geise) and Ted mescher

Deepest sympathy to your family. Rosie was always smiling and fun to be around. I'm glad I had the chance to see her a few weeks ago. Keep the memories.