In memory of
Everett E. Rossman
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In memory of
Everett E. Rossman
BELMONT - Everett E. Rossman, 89, of 5000 State Route 19, passed away on Wednesday (Aug. 29, 2018) at home with his family at his side. He was born Jan. 31, 1929 in Belmont, the son of the late Walter and Edith (Eymer) Rossman. On Nov. 23, 1947 in Belmont he married Marian Brown who predeceased him on Oct. 19, 2015. Everett was a lifelong resident of Belmont. He was first employed on local dairy farms, he delivered milk, and worked in advertising for local retail businesses. He later worked at Wheel Puller in Scio, the New York State Department of Conservation, and for 39 years he was a machinist at Worthington Corporation - Dresser-Rand in Wellsville. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and rebuilding Hit-and-miss engines. He is survived by two daughter, Debra (Tracy) Slaughter, and Dawn (Jeff) Stuck, both of Belmont; two grandchildren, Jeff (Crystal) Bogle and Brianne Bogle; three great-grandchildren, Kiri, Elijah, and Lillian Bogle; a brother, Lawrence Rossman of Bolivar; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased in addition to his parents by a brother, Richard Rossman. A private funeral is being planned for a later date. Burial will be in Forest Hills Cemetery in Belmont. Please consider memorial donations to the Amity Rescue Squad. To leave online condolences, please visit embserfuneralhome.com.
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In memory of
Everett E. Rossman
BELMONT - Everett E. Rossman, 89, of 5000 State Route 19, passed away on Wednesday (Aug. 29, 2018) at home with his family at his side. He was born Jan. 31, 1929 in Belmont, the son of the late Walter and Edith (Eymer) Rossman. On Nov. 23, 1947 in Belmont he married Marian Brown who predeceased him on Oct. 19, 2015. Everett was a lifelong resident of Belmont. He was first employed on local dairy farms, he delivered milk, and worked in advertising for local retail businesses. He later worked at Wheel Puller in Scio, the New York State Department of Conservation, and for 39 years he was a machinist at Worthington Corporation - Dresser-Rand in Wellsville. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and rebuilding Hit-and-miss engines. He is survived by two daughter, Debra (Tracy) Slaughter, and Dawn (Jeff) Stuck, both of Belmont; two grandchildren, Jeff (Crystal) Bogle and Brianne Bogle; three great-grandchildren, Kiri, Elijah, and Lillian Bogle; a brother, Lawrence Rossman of Bolivar; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased in addition to his parents by a brother, Richard Rossman. A private funeral is being planned for a later date. Burial will be in Forest Hills Cemetery in Belmont. Please consider memorial donations to the Amity Rescue Squad. To leave online condolences, please visit embserfuneralhome.com.
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