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Rosemary Coffman Busby
Wednesday, January 6, 2010 • Posted January 6, 2010

July 3, 1935 - December 31, 2009

She was born into this world on a kitchen table in a small house located in Red River County, TX.

She spent her life ministering kindness and love to all. She loved to laugh and knew how to make others laugh with her.

Her parents were James David Coffman and Anne Kathryn Wilson Coffman. They had 5 children Rosemary; James David (J. D. ); Barney Waters; Vivian Marie; and Juanita Rebekah.

Rosemary married Walker T. Busby on Aug. 4, 1952 and they had three children: Rosy Nell; Karen Ann; and Thomas Howard.

She worked for the Ft. Worth Police Department in the Records Bureau for over 20 years. She retired to Mason, TX. with her husband in May of 1990.

Rosemary will be greatly missed by those she left behind: Children- Rosy Nell and Thomas Busby. Daughter-in-law Bobbie Busby-wife of Thomas; Son-in-law Wallace Curry- husband of Karen. Grandchildren: Jeremy and Jacob Curry; and Tommy Busby and Jennifer Busby Hernandez. Great-Granddaughter: Caitlyn Nicole Hernandez. Brother: J. D. Coffman and wife Shirley Coffman. Sisters: Vivian Hargrove and husband John Hargrove; Juanita (Becky) Clark; and nieces; nephews; cousins; in-laws; and friends all over the world.

Rosemary was met in Heaven first by Jesus and then by Walker, her husband; Karen, her daughter; her mother and brother, Barney; then all others gone before her. Hallelujah.

Visitation was held at Gentry Funeral Home on Sunday, Jan. 3, 2010 at 6-8 pm. Graveside services were held at Gooch Cementery on Monday, Jan. 4, 2010 at 2:00 pm. Rosemary enetered into her eternal rest when she went home on Thursday morning December 31, 2009.

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