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.
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.