Sara Louise Rozean

19290111 –

 20181214

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Obituary

Sara Louise Rozean passed away December 14, 2018. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 89 years at 2:00 pm, Saturday, December 22, 2018, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers with a reception to follow.

Sara was born on January 11, 1929 on a farm in Palmyra, Nebraska to the late John and Pearl Stilwell. She graduated from Palmyra High School and married Bill Rozean in 1946. They were married 58 years. In 1952, they moved to Texas and lived in Rankin, Eldorado, Brownfield and Lubbock.  Sara worked as an administrative assistant in insurance and retired from Amoco Production Company.

At an early age she began lessons and became an accomplished pianist and organist. Music was a part of her life always playing the piano for church, weddings, and special events. Sara was a member of the Sweet Adeline’s and the Order of the Eastern Star where she held several offices and was state organist from 1996-1997. She is currently a member at LakeRidge United Methodist Church.

Sara lived in the Raider Ranch retirement community and was involved in playing canasta, attending functions and celebrations and volunteering in the library. She also enjoyed playing for their church services on Sunday afternoons.

Her husband, Bill, preceded her in death. She is survived by her two children, Rita Hall and husband, Hank, from Corpus Christi, and son, Randy Rozean MD and wife, Lisa, from Lubbock; grandsons, Colby Rozean and wife, Georgia from Houston and Cameron Rozean from College Station; brother, Johnny and wife, Gera, from Unadilla, Nebraska; sister, Franci Jolly from Riverside, California; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Sara will be remembered as a bright, shining light in the communities she lived and served.

The family would like to express appreciation for all the love, thoughts, and prayers offered during this time.

Memorials

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be made to the Covenant Health Foundation at www.covenanthealth.org/ in memory of Sara.

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9 thoughts on “Sara Louise Rozean”

  1. Teresa Pendergrass

    Terribly sad to hear this news. Heaven truly gained a perfect angel. I can hear her banging on that piano right now. There are so many memories attached to Sara. Such an amazing woman!

  2. Van and Carolyn Wilson

    Sara was such a wonderful and beautiful lady. There is a special place for her in heaven and her love and smiles will be missed

  3. Kerry and Debbie Hunt

    Loved Miss Sara. Always greeted me with kind words and a smile. Sorry for your loss, prayers sent your way.

  4. A sad day to lose another sweet friend! Sara was so full of life, and I never saw her without her bright smile. Her laughter just rolled and she was such a great pianist. She was always serving others and making people feel special! She brings great memories of our country club shows and all the fun we had. May God be with your family now and in the days ahead. Frances and Arnold Patton

  5. Oh, how saddened i am to hear of the loss of Sara. She was a dear friend when we worked together at Amoco. I still remember her beautiful smile and personality. I send my sincere condolences to the family and pray for comfort for all of you.

  6. Eldon & Vivian Jobe and family

    So sorry to hear about Sara’s passing. My family and I thought a great deal of Sara. She was always like a 2nd mother to me. We will miss her contagious smile and laughter.

  7. I have some wonderful memories of the Rozean family. Randy was my 7th grade Science teacher at Brownfield Middle School almost 40 years ago. (I always thought that our class was probably the reason he decided to leave teaching and pursue his medical career.) I remember playing at several weddings and funerals back in the day with Sara (with her on the piano and me on the organ). Her genuine enthusiasm and sweet smile were contagious. Praying for the family during this time.

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