Rosita Nummerdor

Date of Death: Feb 27, 2021
 
Rosita Nummerdor

1929 - 2021

Rosita “Rosie” Nummerdor went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on February 27, 2021.

She was born in the Philippines September 9, 1929, and married Clayton Nummerdor in November 1952. They met when Clayton was stationed in Japan during the Korean War, returning to the United States in 1954. They resided in Waupun, Wisconsin until they moved to Emory, Texas in 2002 to be closer to the grandkids. They were members of Edgewood Community Church in Waupun and celebrated 65 years of marriage together. Rosie never met a stranger. She was a loving mother and cherished friend to many. She loved to garden, cook and sew. She and Clayton enjoyed camping, fishing, flying and motorcycling. They resided on Big Pine Key, Florida during the cold Wisconsin winters.

Rosie is survived by daughter Rosemary Newland and husband Tim, sister Kikue Mori and brother Yoshiro Mori of Japan; grandchildren Grace Bull and husband Tommy; Petre, Elena, Simeon and Emma Petrini; great-grandchildren Eva Petrini, Rebekah, Resalea and Josiah Bull and many, many beloved family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her son Kenneth (1972), her husband Clayton (2018), her parents Yoshi and Sabina Mori, brothers Vicente, Rafael and Jim Mori in Japan and the Philippines.

Services

A memorial service for Mrs. Nummerdor will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday April 17, 2021 at Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home in Waupun. Pastor Mike Giebink will officiate.

Inurnment

A private family interment of cremains will follow at Forest Mound Cemetery.

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  1. Jane Bull Says: April 17, 2021 at 9:04 am

    Rosie was a sweet, tiny, loving woman. She is already missed by her family. We are praying for comfort for them as the celebrate her special life.

  2. Rich Bull Says: April 18, 2021 at 9:36 pm

    Wow, what a sweet sweet lady Gramma was and it was always a treat to get to be around her and Clayton. I always looked forward to get togethers when she would come and bring her “Sushi”. We will miss her for sure but take comfort in knowing she is with her heavenly Father. I lift the family in prayer for comfort as they greive the loss of Gramma.

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