Evansville, IN – Rosena Kay Williams, 78, of Evansville, Indiana, passed away on Saturday, April 2, 2022 at Linda E. White Hospice House in Evansville. She was born on December 28, 1943 in Clifton, Illinois to the late Orville and Arvilla (Cole) Heagle.
Rosena enjoyed cooking, crocheting and sewing. She also enjoyed spending time with friends and family as well as watching Hallmark films.
She is survived by her daughter, Wendy Holmes (Danny); her granddaughter, Lisa Veenstra; her siblings, Larry Heagle (Marlene), George Heagle (Cheryl), Charlie Heagle (Diane), Jane Dalbere (Mike), Joann Gall and many nieces and nephews.
Rosena is preceded in death by her sister, Ruth Hartman.
A private memorial celebration will be held at a later date.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
sylvia Langdon says
she will be missed she was a blessing to talk on chat with her and wendy .she joke with me and she always stuck up for my boys when I pick on them on joking with them, she was a very special lady
Dianna whtledge says
Rest easy kay you be missed by everyone
Louis G Whitledge II says
Rest Easy Kay , You’ll be missed and not forgotten, Wendy and family are in our thoughts in this darkest hour , 😞
Wendy Holmes says
To my Uncles and Aunts my Mom loved each and every one of you family was always special to her no matter what happened along the way or how many differences there was she never stayed mad she loved you all deeply. The past year she really went down hill really fast and suffered a lot with struggling to breathe and a lot of pain. I want you all to know I did all I could to take care of her right down to trying to abide with her last wishes was to be laid to rest in Kankakee,IL I am very sorry I can not make it in for the grave site right now. I have been taking this very hard because since I was a little girl and my Dad walked out on us it has always been Mom and I . Love ❤️ you all.
Phyllis A (Ducat) Stewart says
My condolences to Rosena’s family. Although we have not kept in touch after high school (Central High School, Clifton), she was a classmate and friend and very pleasant to talk to.