RoseMarie Harmon

Photos_Page_1RoseMarie Harmon, 70 died January 19, 2015 with her family by her side at Northwest Hospital, in Seattle Washington.

Mrs. Harmon was born January 12, 1945, in Bridgend, Wales to Oliver and Edith Marie1Reeves.

RoseMarie married Richard Feb 24, 1978. After traveling around the United States they settled in Seattle Washington,  where she was a caregiver to many including her work with mentally disabled people at Fircrest School. She did this by learning sign language and becoming DSHS outstanding employee of the year many times. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who was loved by all members of her community.

Rosemarie is survived by her husband Richard Harmon, her daughters Holly Cole, Robin Basra and their families along with loved ones in Wales, her brother Steven and sisters Valerie & Betty.Rose2Harmon3Harmon2

11 Responses to “RoseMarie Harmon”

  • Richard Harmon says:

    Good-bye my RoseMarie

    We had good times and some bad times but we had fun, joy, love, and each other. Now we have two loving daughters and grandchildren. You have many people who love and respect you for all the good that you have done.

    To honor you and your life we named a star in the Orion belt the Rich+Rose the coordinates are RA: 5h40m45.5sDEC:-1deg.56m34.0s was successfully entered into the star naming registry on 01/19/2015, registry number is 75811-1759-1958653.

    There is a big hole in our lives where a Rose once grew, we will all miss you, Loving you forever Richard.

  • Robin Basra says:

    Rosemarie was your name but to me it was always MOM! You brought me in to this world and taught me kindness, forgiveness, and above all unconditional love.

    Mom you made me the mother I am and hope that everything you have instilled in me will be passed down to Gurmeet. We both miss you daily and forever. Your love has been etched into our hearts.

    Thank you for being my mother you were the best mother anyone could have asked for. I love you always and forvever. You will always be my guardian angel!
    Robin and Gurmeet Basra

  • Holly Cole says:

    Momma…
    I’m going to miss you deeply. You were not only my mother, but an Angel that has touched many lives including mine. I would not be the person I am today without you nor the person I will be 10 years from now without your unconditional love.

    Thank you for the years we had and thank you for being the most loving mother I could ever ask for.

    I love you momma may your spirit lie…
    Somewhere over the rainbow way up high
    There’s a land that I heard of once in a lullaby
    Somewhere over the rainbow skies are blue
    And the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true.

    Someday I’ll wish upon a star
    And wake up where the clouds are far
    Behind me
    Where troubles melt like lemon drops
    Away above the chimney tops
    That’s where you’ll find me

    Somewhere over the rainbow bluebirds fly
    Birds fly over the rainbow. Why then, oh, why can’t I?

    If happy little bluebirds fly
    Beyond the rainbow why, oh, why can’t I?

    Love,
    Holly, Jason, Alycia and Alyana Cole

  • Daren Flynn says:

    Having seen RoseMarie over the years since my nephew Jason, married and began his family with RoseMarie’s daughter Holly, she always struck me as a loving, warm, and caring grandmother and mother. She will be missed by all, and I offer up my condolences to those who were privileged to have been a part of her family or a friend.

  • Rachael Orange says:

    RoseMarie you will be truely missed! I was lucky enough to see you a few days before you went home and I’m glad I made it to the hospital that day. 🙂 I love you RoseMarie and I’m going to miss your smile and your jokes, always making me laugh! You were truely a beautiful person and I will always remember you! I’m lucky to have known you. XOXO I am saddened by your passing but knowing where you are makes it a little easier! Love you!

  • Heather Craig says:

    Rosemarie,
    I am so very honored to have been a part of your life, you were and always will be my sunshine. I think of you daily and miss seeing, talking and laughing with you. I am so glad I was able to see you and kiss your face one last time before you returned home. You are an amazing strong,loving women no matter what life threw at you. I think of you daily and want to thank you for being you. I miss you so very much and at times find myself waiting for you to walk through the doors. You will forever be in my heart. Love you always and forever.

  • Guy A. says:

    You were always so cheerful and upbeat that those around you could feel your energy. Though our initial encounter was somewhat unorthodox, it grew into one of mutual respect and friendship. I will miss your kindness, advices and stories. You were truly one of a kind.

  • Corinne James says:

    Soon after we moved into our home in Nov. 1961, two houses from you, you came to our home. You wanted to invite us to your church. Having two children of our own, I was so busy, I didn’t see you very often, but it was always pleasant when we did. I just learned yesterday, April 4th, that you had passed on and was so sorry to learn this. From what Richard said, we saw you both shortly before. It was such a delight to talk with you as we sat at the Deli at Sam’s and visited. I wanted to call you the next day and tell you I was so happy to have gotten to take time to visit as our hubby’s also did, but could not find the number Richard gave. Since I wasn’t home when I got it, I couldn’t put it in my book. Yesterday I found it, called your number, and learned the news. The Lord’s timing is always perfect, and I know I wasn’t to find it until yesterday. You and I have had such physical problems and you have gone on and we will meet again. Love you for always, and Bless your family abundantly! Corinne & Elmo

  • Holly Harmon says:

    Hi momma, Christmas has past now, and we’re going on New Years. I’m still bummed you’re not around anymore and your passing has been even harder this past week. I just want you to know I’m doing the best I can do right now. I’m working and going to school. To finish the quarter, I was pulling 16 to 20 hr. days. I love and miss you so much. I wish this wasn’t an one sided conversation… I guess till I see you again over the rainbow, I love you!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! Love you momma always and forever!!

  • Holly Harmon says:

    Somewhere over the rainbow way up high
    There’s a land that I heard of once in a lullaby
    Somewhere over the rainbow skies are blue
    And the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true.
    Someday I’ll wish upon a star
    And wake up where the clouds are far
    Behind me
    Where troubles melt like lemon drops
    Away above the chimney tops
    That’s where you’ll find me
    Somewhere over the rainbow bluebirds fly
    Birds fly over the rainbow. Why then, oh, why can’t I?
    If happy little bluebirds fly
    Beyond the rainbow why, oh, why can’t I?

  • Holly says:

    Yesterday was your birthday, I miss you so much! I know your with me in spirit, but I miss your stories and your hugs. I miss your witty responses and your unconditional love. I miss your accent and your extensive knowledge about Jewelry and stones! I miss you so much!!!!

    Till I see you over the Rainbow, I love you Mom!

    Holly

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