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Heyward Z. Rose Jr.

Sunset: November 29, 2021

A Time To Be Born:
Hayward Rose was born in Williamsburg County to Julia Ann & Heyward Rose.

A Time To Give Back:
Zeno worked at a manufactory by the name Star New Home for many years as a forklift operator. He always was willing to give a helping have in just whatever need be.

A Time To Marry:
Zeno met the love of his life Ms. Helen Virginia Montgomery. He decided to marry her in Holy Matrimony and they were united for over fifty years.

My Family:
Zeno is survived by his wife: Mrs. Virginia Rose. To this union six children were born: Willien (Javier) Cortez, Sandra (Gary) Simmons, Terry Rose Helen (Elliott) Mobley, Zeno (Cathy) Rose, one he adopted as his own: Debbie (Steve) Cunningham; one son preceded him in death: Timothy Hart; nine grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, his siblings: Ruben (Betty Rose, Patty Ann Rose, Jobe (Peggy) Rose, Sugar Ray (Wilhelmenia) Rose, Clifton (Carolyn) Rose, Lucille (Badreldin) Elsheikh, Wilhelmenia (Brian) Myers, Roosevelt Washington (Catherine) deceased; one sister preceded in death: Lula Mae McDonalds; two brothers preceded in death: Johnny & Lewis Rose also his mother preceded him death: Julia Ann Rose and his father preceded him death Heyward Rose; a host of other special nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends.

A Time To Rest:
Heyward “Zeno” Rose of Lake City, took his rest at McLeod Regional Medical Center of Florence on November 29th, 2021.

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