Life Story for
Eunice Rose (Saloman)
Eunice Rose of Glyndon, MD, born Eunice Edna Saloman on May 7, 1926 in Catonsville, passed on to Glory peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at Woodholme Gardens in Pikesville. Eunice lived a long and prosperous life in the Baltimore area for all of her almost 92 years. She was the loving daughter of Charles and Eunice King Saloman, and devoted sister to Dorothy and Captain Webster Grewe of Lake Anna, VA.
Growing up in Catonsville, Eunice attended Catonsville High School where she made life-long friends who celebrate her home going today. She attended the Maryland Institute of Art as a fashion design major from 1945 - 1949, where she met and later married the love of her life, Everett C. Rose of Brockton, MA on November 25, 1950. Eunice and Everett, long time artist and actor in Baltimore, are survived by their three children, Timothy Bryan Rose and Judi Carter of Finksburg, Matthew Devon and Elaine Smith Rose of Greensboro, NC, and Katharine Anne and Lyle Montanye of Glyndon, and grandchildren, Kirsten & Wes, Andrew and Jessica & Joey of DE, Tyler & Sheila, Morgan, Nathan, Justin & Katelyn, Thomas & Kaylyn and Kat & Alec of MD, and Kimberly & Andrew, Jenna & Brian, and Sam Everett of NC, and great grandchildren, Finn Everett and Genevieve of MD, and Caleb, Ethan, Luke and Corinne of NC.
Family and friends joyfully celebrate a life well lived in Eunice, who we will always remember as the kindest wife, mom, sister and friend. We are all the richer for her beauty, her love and dedication to our well-being and success in life. May we all follow in her footsteps!
Funeral services for Eunice will be held at 11:30am on Friday, December 8, 2017 at All Saints Church on 203 E. Chatsworth Ave in Reisterstown, MD. All are welcome. Visitation will be held at the home of Katharine Anne Rose and Lyle Montanye at 4342 Butler Road in Glyndon, MD 21071 - Thursday, December 7, 2017 3:00-5:00pm & 7:00-9:00pm for any and all who would love to pay their respects and love.
The family heartily and gratefully thanks the wonderful staff of caregivers and friends at Woodholme Gardens that made mom’s last years so comfortable and happy, and request that any donations of love and remembrance for Eunice Rose be made to The Alzheimer’s Association or The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.