Rosa "Rollie" Lee Peters
Rosa "Rollie" Lee Peters age 99, of Quincy died on Sunday, August 14, 2022, in Blessing Hospital. Rollie was born in Quincy on October 29, 1922, a daughter of Paul and Mary (Kroeger) Gredell.
She married Henry M. Peters on April 27, 1946, in St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church. He preceded her in death on February 8, 2000.
Rollie was a homemaker, and she had worked at the former Motorola Company in Quincy.
She was a graduate of St. Francis Grade School and Notre Dame High School.
She was a lifelong member of St. Francis Catholic Church. Rollie prayed daily for others, faithfully praying for those included on her list.
She participated in Home Extension and church card parties.
The life of the party with a sharp memory, Rollie was always an engaging storyteller.
She loved socializing and attending her grandchildren's and great grandchildren's activities. She was a talented crafter, painter, and crocheter. Rollie will also be remembered for her gardening and the joy it brought her.
Survivors include her three children,
Phil Peters and his wife Julie of St. Louis, MO; her twin daughters, Kathy Grussenmeyer and her husband Phil of Springfield, IL and Connie Williams and her husband Rod of Golconda, IL.
Grandchildren, Michelle Peters, Andrew Peters, Evan Peters, Jodie (Pat) O'Malley; Nickie Kamphaus; Jamie Bockenfeld; Mark (Kelsi) Kamphaus, Jr.; Sara Ellis; Shawn Ellis; and Jesse (Lucinda) Williams.
Step-Grandchildren, Philip (Sarah) Grussenmeyer; Paul Grussenmeyer; and Joe (Melanie) Grussenmeyer.
26 Great-Grandchildren, and nieces and nephews also survive.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, two sisters, Wilma Schullian and Marie Mason; a son-in-law Mark Kamphaus, Sr. and two granddaughters, Catherine O' Malley and Elizabeth Davis.
Funeral services will be on Thursday, August 18, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. at Duker & Haugh Funeral Home with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 a.m. at St. Francis Solanus Church.
Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Visitation will be Wednesday from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Duker & Haugh.
Memorials are suggested to St. Francis Church, Sunset Home Assisted Living, or Masses may be given in Rollie's memory.
Messages for the family may be shared online at www.dukerandhaugh.com
Lake Ozark, MO
- So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful woman!
Kari Schuckman gomez
- I wish I could be there with all the family. Rest In Peace Aunt Rollie and say hello to my grandma for me. So sorry to all my cousins for your loss and my prayers are with you!
- Phillip and family.... Sorry for your loss. I remember her from our Grade School Days having been to your house on Bluff Road a few times. May she Rest in the Peace of the Lord !
- I have a lot of fond memories of Rollie when I was growing up. My brothers and I would go out to Henry and Rollies place and pick strawberries. I don’t remember how much but we got so many cent per quart that we picked. Those were the best strawberries. Mark and I hung out a lot at Rollies. She loved to play cards. We played a lot of pocker at her kitchen table. I am sorry I can’t be there. I want everyone to know that I am thinking of everyone. Joe
Christine A Horman
- May Gods comfort help you during this difficult time....knew Rollie from Dianes beauty shop and St. Francis church......she was always so much fun to be around- life of the party
- I will always remember the trio that loved to go on bus tours . Henry and Rollie and Marie, such fun people! We had many a good time together… great people.