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Rose Ann Williams

Rose Williams

May 7, 1930     ~     February 7, 2018

Rose Ann Williams, 87, Glasgow, died Wednesday, February 7, 2018, at her residence. A native of Taylor County, she was a daughter of the late Rev. J. D. and Cecila Jane Osborne Campbell.

Rose, with her husband Sidney, was co-owner of the Carpet Bargain Barn for approximately 38 years. She was a dedicated member of the Glasgow Bible Church; an avid UK fan; a Kentucky Colonel; and a member of the Walking Club at the Glasgow Recreation Center where she had received recognition for walking 1000 miles. She was devoted to her family and was an avid gardener.

Survivors include her husband Sidney O. Williams; her children: Jeannie Williams, Susan Branstetter, and Jason (Donna) Williams; her grandchildren: Jessi (Dustin) Hampton, Hunter Branstetter, Alek Branstetter, and Audri Williams; her great-grandchildren: Kaden Hampton and Zoey Branstetter; her brothers and sisters: Edna Dixon of Illinois, Clarence (Joan) Campbell of Virginia, Earl (Louise) Campbell of Campbellsville, and Willard Campbell of Massachusetts; a sister-in-law Margie Campbell of Campbellsville.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one daughter, Rebecca Williams; four sisters: Connie Lester, Bonnie Cox, Belle Kessler, and Barbara McCowan; three brothers: Howard Campbell, Charles Jr. Campbell, and Albert Campbell.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Campbellsville Memorial Gardens at 2:30 p.m. EST. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Alternate expressions of sympathy are suggested to Gideons International.

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8 Entries for Rose Ann Williams

  1. jeanette vaughn says:

    Susan Jessie and family so sorry for ur loss i know Rose was the rock that held the family together. I know that she will be greatly missed. You couldnt help to fall in Love with Rose, thats what i did the first time i met her. she was such a beautiful person , inside and out. Prayers to all of you if i can do anything please let me know . Love u all.Jeanette

  2. Mike Padgett says:

    How I praise God for the life of Rose Williams! She was one of my best friends! I would spend hours with her and Jeanie around the kitchen table drinking coffee and eating sandwiches and talking and talking and talking. I will miss her very very much. May the Lord give grace and strength to the family in this time of need. Enjoyed heaven Rose. I’ll see you soon!

  3. Susan Marcum says:

    Susan and family so sorry for your loss
    Heaven has gained a new angel.She and my mom Evelyn can now talk forever.love to you all.

  4. Carla Pursley Jones says:

    Jeannie I just heard of Rose’s death this morning .
    I am so sorry! Rose was one in a million.We were
    So close growing up and at the old Nazarene
    Church..She is a saint and angel in heaven today.
    She is with Becky now and having the time of her
    New life ! She will be so greatly missed.

    Carla Pursley Jones

  5. Tammy Fisher says:

    One of the sweetest ladies i had the pleasure of knowing always a kind word.God bless your family sending prayers for peace for you all.

  6. Billy & Chris Cox says:

    The joy and laughter your mother and wife gave to the world will live on in all of us.
    We will miss her infectious laugh and kindness. She was truly an angel among us.

    Our deepest sympathies in your loss
    Billy and Chris Cox

  7. Sue and Larry Gates says:

    Sidney and Family,
    You are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. Aunt Rose was such a caring, loving and special lady and she will be missed by all who knew her. Heaven has a new angel tonight!
    We’re so sorry for your loss,
    Sue and Larry Gates

  8. Tony and Donna Brownfield says:

    We are so sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. She was such a lovely woman. We have so many fond memories. We will keep you all in our prayers. Tony and Donna Brownfield