August 23, 2014

Elyria
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Rose E. Callahan

Rose E. Callahan (nee McIntyre), 78 years of age, and a resident of Lorain, passed away Friday, Callahan_RoseFebruary 28, 2014, at University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center following a lengthy illness. Rose was born July 12, 1935, in Hadley, Pennsylvania moving to Lorain in 1965. Lorain has been her home since that time.

She was a registered nurse and used to work at St. John West Shore Hospital. Rose attended St. Vincent DePaul in Sheffield. She was a world traveler and an avid reader. She enjoyed shopping for antiques and working in the garden. She loved pets especially dogs. She was a very social and caring person and her sense of humor touched everyone she met.

Survivors include her son, Sean (Susan) Callahan of Lorain; her daughter, Shari Callahan also of Lorain; three grandchildren, Brent, Danyelle, and Lisa; four great grandchildren, Mallory, Cadyn, Amelia and Jamar, Jr.; and two sisters, Imogene Lackey of North Carolina and Carrie Kimber of Greenville, Pennsylvania.

Rose was preceded in death by her brother, Robert McIntyre; her sister, Norma; and her parents, Edward and Anna Marie (nee Montgomery).

Private memorial service will be held at a later date.

The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Susan G. Komen Foundation of NE Ohio, ATTN: Donor Services, 26210 Emery Rd., Suite 307, Cleveland OH 44128.

Additional information and online register book are available at www.hempelfuneralhome.com

  • Alana Moore

    Rose I wanted to let you know that even though I only had a few moments over the last four years we have known each other those moments that we have had together have been great. I love how we shared your stories of traveling, of nursing, dating, kids, and your friend Elaine. I was always so fond of your stories admiring you more with each one. You are so strong and courageous so smart and so funny so loving. I wish we would have had more time to share but I am grateful for the time we did have. I know you are watching over your family and you are in no more pain. I love you Rose you are an amazing woman. To whomever had the chance in life to be around you was surely a blessed person. Love you always!