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Rose Mae (Stamm) Tippetts

Born: Tue., Sep. 8, 1942
Died: Mon., Apr. 13, 2020


Graveside Service

10:00 AM Wed., Apr. 15, 2020
Location: Lovell Cemetery


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Rose Mae Stamm Tippetts left this world April 13, 2020. She was born Sept. 8, 1942, at home in Powell to Joseph Stamm and Rose Cook.

She grew up outside of Deaver and attended school there, graduating in 1960. As a child she spent many hours helping her mother and grandmother with household chores and caring for her younger brother and cousins. She learned to cook standing on a chair and started tending to the babies when she was nine.

She met Gerry Tippetts during her senior year of high school, and they were married June 18, 1960, after her graduation. They lived in Lovell all their 52-plus married years, raising their four children.

They were sealed as a family in the Idaho Falls Temple in 1974. Rose Mae had many callings as an active church member, including Cub Scout leader, Relief Society president, compassionate service leader and Activity Day leader. She worked as a name extractor in the Family History Library. She was an example of service to all who knew her.

She had a home daycare for many years and had a soft spot for the many children she tended in her home.

Rose Mae and Gerry spent many happy days in the Big Horn Mountains camping, four-wheeling and fishing.

Rose Mae was predeceased by her husband, Gerry, parents, brother Joe (Carol) Stamm, stepfather Darr Johnson and grandaughter Laura Rose Bloch.

She is survived by her children, Gerry Clay (Marlitt) Tippetts, Penny Jolley, Jana (Mike) Bloch and LeAnn (Chad) Aagard; grandchildren Emily Tippetts, Samuel (Mandi), Jacob, David (Emily) and Benjamin (Tara) Jolley, Kelly Bloch and Serina, Shae and Nathan Aagard; brothers Leonard (Linda) Stamm and Ron (Marianne) Stamm and sisters-in-law Sandra Dodds and Loretta Tippetts.

Rosie's bootcamp is closed. The General has moved on.

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Annella Prosser
   Posted Wed April 15, 2020
I loved your Mom!! She was a very special lady and was always willing to help anyone! She will certainly be missed. She has a special place in heaven! May You feel God's love as you go through this hard time of your lives! Love, Annella

Amber
   Posted Wed April 15, 2020
My condolences to your family, from what Jake has told me she was a wonderful person and I am sad that I never got to meet her.

lori bennett
   Posted Thu April 16, 2020
Thinking of the family at this difficult time. Sending my love to you all. Very special lady!

Richard and Linda Mayes
   Posted Fri April 17, 2020
We loved her and were inspired by her great love for people and the Lord. We will miss her. She was a beautiful soul. _ Richard and Linda Mayes

Julie Mann
   Posted Wed April 22, 2020
I am truly sorry for your loss. Rose Mae was a very special lady, and I have nothing but gratefulness for all she taught me in my life, and who she was.

Zela Marie Luebeck
   Posted Thu April 23, 2020
So sorry to hear of her passing. I did not realize she was in poor health. Condolences to every member of her family.

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