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Services: Friday Aug. 29, 11:00 am
10/8/1940 - 10/10/2003
Rosemary Wainwright, 63, passed away October 10, 2003, in St. George, UT.
She was born October 8, 1940, in Seminole, OK.
Rosemary grew up in Bakersfield, CA. She later moved to Red Bluff where she
met Samuel Spangle and married in Reno, Nevada, in 1957. She had two
beautiful daughters, Pamela and Tina. She later moved to Bakersfield, CA to raise her
family. Rosemary loved her animals, especially her horses. She had too many
favorites over the years to list them all. Rosemary treasured the frequent
trips to Morro Bay, CA with her daughters where she loved to fish and go
crabbing. Rosemary was a very giving and caring person. In 1994 Rosemary and Sam
moved to Overton, Nevada and finally settling in St. George. Rosemary enjoyed the times with her grandchildren, Shannon, Sheena, Nicole, Brittney, Dakota
and Colton; and her great granddaughter, Abby. Rosemary often talked of her
weekend drives with Sam through the Utah countryside. Rosemary is also survived
by her brother, Jack Wainwright and three sisters, Anne, Jennifer and Debbie.
Rosemary was preceded in death by brother, Bobby and sister, Jean.
Rosemary was loved by her family and will be missed by all that she met.
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