Rose Nancy Webb passed away at age 85, on February 4, 2022 in Hurricane, Utah where she resided with her daughter and family. Rose passed peacefully of natural causes, on her own time and her own terms.
Rose was born April 10, 1936 in Colorado Springs, CO to Jose and Lorena Banuelos. She was the youngest of 11 children. Early in Rose's life she moved with her immediate family to Salt Lake City. Rose raised her children and lived in the Salt Lake area until she needed a little help with day-to-day living and then moved to Hurricane, Utah with her daughter and family. Rose has lived away from her family in Colorado for many years and has been reunited with her parents and siblings.
Rose had a lust for life and she loved to be surrounded by her children and grandchildren. Her love for life was evident in her daily activities in her younger years and even more apparent in her unyielding determination to defy the many ailments that came her way in the last years of her life, continuously amazing doctors in her ability to persevere with a smile on her face, she was always receiving compliments and praise from the medical staff.
Rose was always looking forward to the next family party, she loved being in the kitchen and brought her family together with her amazing cooking and spicy wit. Her kids and grandkids alike were always reaching out to her for her recipes, but their tortillas often fell flat without her “special touch”.
Rose suffered from numerous heart conditions in her life, beginning with rheumatic fever as a young girl, but the love she emanated to all she knew, enabled her to keep fighting long after her heart wanted to give out. The strength Rose showed to the very end was awe inspiring and was a true testament of just how much she loved her family and friends.
Rose is survived by her seven children: Robert, Paul, Mark, I’ann, Larry, Rodger, Allen, and their respective spouses, as well as 32 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Rose was proud to be the Matriarch of 5 generations and her legacy will live in the heart of every life she touched.
Rose has been reunited with her loving parents, 9 of her brothers and sisters and her sweet great-grandson, Isaac. Her journey through life has been long and full of love and laughter from her family and friends and she will be dearly missed.
Rose’s children and family would like to express heartfelt appreciation for the medical care and attention she received over the last 8 years. Dr. Kent Jones and his team at Intermountain Cardiovascular Association. Dr. Swigert and Dr. Williams of St. George, Utah for her continued care. We cherished the extra time we were given and will always be grateful to them.
A viewing and services will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2022, beginning at 12:00 noon followed immediately by interment at 2:00 PM at Memorial Redwood Mortuary & Cemetery 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah 84123.
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Dear I'Ann and boys I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I have wonderful memories of your mom. We have had so great times together. I have a Dr appt tomorrow I cannot cancel it. I want you to know I understand the great loss you are experiencing right now. I am praying our loving Lord will comfort you all. Love Connie Wallis