Rose M. Boynton

MONMOUTH – Everyone has a birth and then everyone dies. Those that knew the person and loved them need to know. Mom died after a brief illness. She was born June 10, 1948, in Gardiner, and was educated in the Gardiner school system.She married Stanley Warren in 1965. They had two children, Jackie (Jacqueline) and Scott (Stanley Jr.) and as most young marriages do, theirs ended after a few years.Mom then married Harry Boynton in 1972. Our family of three was increased to six with the addition of Sherri and Rayma. Together they had two sons, Harry Jr. and Gerard (Jarrod).Those are the basics. But Rose was a/an:Traveler – she loved to see the country through the window of a semi truck. She even drove (illegally) sometimes.Gardener – she would plant a huge garden and would can all of its bounty.Friend – she loved sitting and talking with a friend for hours.Worker – she had a great work ethic and enjoyed the jobs and people she worked with.Amazing cook – she could sling a meal that would have you asking for more.Mis-pronouncer – she drank a little and got “abbreviated” and even visited the “cervix center” onoccasion along with many more.Feisty – she had a temper that could send cast iron pans flying.Saver – Mom tried to save every person and every stray animal that showed up at the door.Along with all those amazing traits she loved her family.She was predeceased by: Her parents, Edgar and Jacqueline Childs and stepdaughter, Sherri Boynton.She is survived by: Her husband, Harry Boynton; daughter, Jacqueline Frost and husband Rod; son, Stanley (Scott) Warren Jr.; stepdaughter, Rayma Ashby and partner David Byrus; son, Harry Boynton Jr. and wife Stephanie; son, Gerard (Jarrod) Boynton and partner Rachel; grandchildren: Rod Jr., Hailee, Chason, Marcques, Craig, Joshua, Garrett, Kelsey, Bradlee, Cameron, Jaylynn, Nova; great-grandchildren: Brooklyn and Sawyer.

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