Rose Ann Daniel died peacefully at her home on Wednesday May 25th, 2022
Rose Ann was born September 19th, 1943 in Norfolk Nebraska to Melvon and Daisy Viola (Long) Vollbrecht . She was raised on the family farm in Stanton county and graduated from Stanton High School in 1961. Rose furthered her education graduating with a Masters degree in teaching from Wayne State College.
On June 17th 1962 Rose Ann married Terry Daniel at St. Luke’s church in Stanton Nebraska the couple was blessed with two sons Nick and Cory and one daughter Teri Lynn.
Rose Ann taught schools in Nebraska at Districts 38 and 48 in Stanton County and District 87 near Norfolk. Eventually moving to Washington State teaching at St. Josephs in Sunnyside Washington and finishing her career at Toppenish’s Garfield Elemntary as a librarian retiring with over 40 years of teaching.
Rose loved books and reading. She especially loved reading to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and they have many fond memories of her working at the book fairs and getting to pick out books with her. She enjoyed traveling with family, working with Terry on all of their many roses and flowers and loved working on her family tree.
Rose Ann is survived by her loving husband of almost 60 years Terry Daniel of Meridian Idaho.
Her sons Nick and wife Lisa of Sunnyside, Washington, Cory of Stanton Nebraska, and Teri Lynn of Meridian Idaho. Seven grandchildren Natasha,Taylor ,Tarrin, Calista, Amber, Kiryn and Maci. Seven great grandchildren, her sister Nancy (Dick) Hunt of Middleton, Idaho Half brothers Don(Cindy) Vollbrecht of Norfolk Nebraska and Ron Vollbrecht of Stanton Nebraska, Sister in law Donna Vollbrecht of Stanton Nebraska and many loved In-laws, nieces and nephews.
Rose is preceded in death by her parents, her brother Arnold (Butch) Vollbrecht, sister JoAnn Bucknedahl, 1 grandson Keifer Daniel and special aunt Myrna Vollbrecht.
Special Thank You to Bluebird Hospice for the care and support for Rose Ann during this difficult time.
Memorials are suggested to the Alzheimer’s Association, your local Public Libraries or to the family for further designation.
A celebration of Rose Ann’s life will be later this summer.