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Rose Anne "Rosie" Ayers passed away on Thursday, December 1, 2016 due to ovarian cancer. She was surrounded by her loving family and friends. Rosie married her high school sweetheart, the love of her life, and her best friend Paul Ayers on December 30, 1972. They had a beautiful baby boy, Jason. He remains the love of the family and currently resides in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Rosie has two grandsons, Nick Vicente; Moscow, Idaho and Nathan Ayers; West Hollywood, California.
Rosie made lots of friends and truly enjoyed her time in the Human Resources field; working for over 42 years at US Bank, Weight Watchers, Steelman Duff in the Lewis Clark Valley, and Eastside Fire and Rescue in Issaquah, Washington.
Rosie enjoyed family and friends to the maximum. She had 7 nieces and nephews and 9 great nieces and nephews; along with many wonderful friends who always called her Aunt Rosie. Rosie is survived by Paul and Jason, her mother Ann Davis (Bill), sisters Lorrie McCarthy (Ken), Teresa Ferry (Rob), and brother Doug Griffith (Laurie). Rosie was blessed to experience many wonderful vacations and trips overseas with great friends; traveling to places such as Spain, Italy, Prague, Czech Republic, and a cruise on the Danube River. Her last trip overseas was in 2016 to visit family in Ireland.
Rosie's most precious memories included all of Paul's promotions and the day Jason married and brought Nick and Nathan into the family. Rosie loved family and friends and most of all; life. Rosie was honored to serve others.
Rosie is preceded in death by her father John Griffith, grandparents Edna and Floyd Dicus, and great grandparents Dick and Anna Clark.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice or Harrison's Hope Hospice, 3137 S. Meridian Road #120, Meridian, ID.

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