Rosalie E Little

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Rosalie E Little
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Time for a smile and toddler Rosalie provides it! She's on the beach with her boots and her fav toy - how much more fun can one kid have?
Paula Robare
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Adorable little girl but her doll is scary!!
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Rosalie E (Berglund) Little
She married my father, Robert L. Montgomery had me, soon divorced and later married Robert Singer. Had 2 boys from him. Micheal O. Singer and Brian K. Singer. Later divorced and remarried for a third time to Jack Wright having 2 more children Jackie L. Wright Jr. and Jodi L. Wright. Once more divorced and married Veryl Knowels. Again divorced and married John Little. After a few years divorced and lastly married Roy Wisterman. We lived in Washington State for many years. Then she moved to Anchorage Alaska, living there for some years with my little sister. After that they moved to Sacramento, California. She was a very outgoing and friendly person. Always had a good friend. She was talented in many areas, if she wanted to do something, she would. No one could tell her 'No' so to speak. She had a very hard life, not always happy. We changed religions like people change their shoes. She was a good mother, strict, loving, and at other times when we'd make her mad, we'd either get a spankin', or grounded. Even wash our mouths out with soap if we used bad language. She was quite knowledgeable on many subjects. Good with crafts, sewing, gardening, raising animals or stock. Growing a garden too. She loved horses! Although she would hand out empty promises, I still loved her. She was always making friends and trying to find a good deal, weather it be for money or anything. Always trying to find a get rich scheme. She never found it though. She was a good talker! By that I mean bullshitter. But then again...she was my Mom. Seriously, I could write a book of her life! I could go on forever... In the end, she died alone! No one by her side.
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