Rosie Brimhall (Roselyn Brimhall)

1939 ~ 2021

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Dec. 18, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
LDS Stake Center, 1250 E 4800 S (Murray-Holladay Road), Murray Utah
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    Dec. 18, 2021
    10:30 AM
    LDS Stake Center, 1250 E 4800 S (Murray-Holladay Road), Murray Utah
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  • Rosie Brimhall (Roselyn Vera Burton Brimhall), passed away suddenly, but peacefully, on Sunday Dec. 12, 2021. She was born March 30, 1939 to Alma and Vera Burton. She married James Brimhall August 11, 1960, in the Salt Lake Temple. They had three children, Wesley Burton (Michelle), Nathan Maurice (Heidi), and Genevieve (Roland Springer). She has 14 grandchildren, McKenzie, Zeb, Jake, Mekall, Max, Indigo, Cam, Malachi, Zack, Eli, Aaron, Annie, Milo and Peter. Preceded in death by her parents, James, and grandson Keaton.

    Services will be held Saturday December 18, 2021. Viewing 9:00-10:15. Funeral Service 10:30. Chat and Pat will be directly after and all are welcome to stay and chat and pat the shoulders of friends and family. Rosie wanted it to be fun. Light refreshments that make no sense being served together will be provided. 1250 E. Murray Holladay Rd. Stake Center. Internment at Salt Lake City Cemetery.

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    I was saddened to learn of the passing of this amazing women. She could light up a room with her contagious smile and wonderful sense of humor. She was full of energy and always serving others. When you interacted with Rosie, you felt like you were her best friend. She made the best chocolate chip cookies on the planet. She knew just what to say to provide comfort to others during difficult times. I will miss her but there is great peace knowing she has moved on to greater works.

    I pray that the Lord will bless her wonderful family with peace and perspective at this time.

    - David Hardman

    My deepest sympathy to Rosie’s family. She was a fun and great lady. I enjoyed my association with her. I always felt happier being around her.

    - Irene Longson

    your mom was a very friendly person she would greet you every sunday with a friendly smile and always ask how you were doing

    - sue baxter

    Sincere condolences from Barbara and Johnny Postma. We'll miss Rosie. We both have good memories of Rosie going back to our college days at the University of Utah. Recently Barbara worked with Rosie on a church hosting mission at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Then Rosie filled out her application to join the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. She helped Barbara prepare and set up for a Christmas Luncheon for DUP on Dec. 8, 2021. She was always one to want to help out. She was happy and had no complaints on that day. We were shocked to learn of her passing 4 days after the luncheon. Her family should be proud of the wonderful example she was and the cheerfulness she always brought with her.

    - Barbara and Johnny Postma