Friday, May 18, 2018 11:00 AM
The Potter’s House of North Dallas 10501 Main Street • Frisco, Texas Pastor Travis Simons, Officiant Bishop Ronald Godbee, Eulogist
of a Purpose-Filled Life HER
Mrs. Rosie Mae Beddow Warren Angel
was born March 19, 1928 in Barbourville, Kentucky. She was the only daughter of the late Ben and Gracie Beddow. Her two brothers, Clifford and Herbert Beddow, preceded her in death. Rosie grew up in Kentucky. She met and married Lee Warren – to their union five children were born: Lee Jr., Kay, Brenda, Elaine, and Sheryl. They were the apple of her eye. Dedicated to each other, Rosie and Lee were married for thirty-one years before he went home to be with The Lord. Later, she married Johnnie Angel. One of Rosie’s great joys was traveling in her camper with Johnnie. They were blessed to enjoy twenty-two years of marriage before he went home to be with Jesus. Rosie loved life, she loved The Lord, and she loved her family. She relished taking great care of her family. She enjoyed playing the piano and was an avid gardener. Growing and canning fresh vegetables was one of her specialties. With her pantry lined with mason jars of garden vegetables, her canned green beans and cucumber pickles were unlike any other. She delighted in cooking for her family and loved ones. She surrounded herself with beautiful things and practiced the old adage that “cleanliness is next to godliness” and to that end she loved washing her car, keeping a “spic & span” house, and getting her nails done. Her zest for life carried her to many places. Throughout her life she traveled and lived in numerous cities including: Detroit, Michigan; Lexington, North Carolina; Hackett, Arkansas; and Raleigh, North Carolina. Her love for The Lord began when she accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior in her teens. Rosie’s faith and love of The Lord was deep and genuine, which was evidenced by her faithful service to His house. She was an active member of Full
Gospel Christian Center in Detroit, Michigan; Faith Chapel in Lexington, North Carolina; The River Church in Durham, North Carolina, and Mansfield Assembly of God Church in Mansfield, Arkansas. After relocating to Dallas, Texas, she became a member of The Potter’s House of North Dallas in Frisco, Texas under the pastorate of her daughter and sonin-law, Pastor Sheryl and Bishop Joby Brady. Affectionately known as Granny by the congregation, she faithfully attended The Potter’s House North until her death. Surrounded by family, Rosie Angel peacefully passed away on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Rosie is now present with The Lord, whom she loved. She is cherished and survived by her two daughters Elaine Orick (Charles) of Hackett, Arkansas and Sheryl Brady (Joby) of Dallas, Texas. Three of Rosie’s children, Lee Warren Jr., Brenda Fay Warren, and Jennetta Kay Arsenault (Pastor Thomas) preceded her in death. Rosie will be fondly remembered by her ten (10) grandchildren: Ted Arsenault (Sheila), Lena Arsenault, Thomas Arsenault, Jr. (Dawn), Jeremy Arsenault (Rebecca), Belinda Orick O’Neal (Terry), Teresa Orick Elmore (Les), Debbie Orick Brown (the late Elbert), Lana Brady Jeffrey (Marc), Tina Brady Baker (Chris), and Nina Brady Simons (Travis); by her thirty (30) great grandchildren and twelve (12) great-great grand children; by her nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and her caregivers. Rosie Beddow Warren Angel was a woman of prayer, strength, love, and compassion. Diligent and hardworking, she was a finisher. She did not stop until the job was done. She was a stabilizer – physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She will be remembered for her infectious smile, her sweet and gentle spirit, her candor, her love of Jesus Christ, and her love for her family.
Celebration Fa m i l y P r o c e s s i o n a l Good, Good Father David & Nicole Binion
O l d Te s ta m e n t S c r i p t u r e R e a d i n g Psalm 23 Elder Jeremy Keys Ne w Te s ta m e n t S c r i p t u r e R e a d i n g Philippians 4:13 Pastor Les Elmore Letters of Condolence Mrs. Carolyn Gilleylen P r ay e r f r o m G r e at G r a n d s o n s Josiah Baker and Ryan Jeffrey P r ay e r o f C o m f o rt Pastor Patrick Winfield Vi d e o Tr i b u t e Mu s i c a l Tri bu t e f ro m G re at G r a n d s o n Great Is Thy Faithfulness JadenBaker Song Selection Great is Thy Faithfulness/Oh How I Love Jesus/Because He Lives David & Nicole Binion Fa m i l y R e m a r k s Pastor Thomas Arsenault and Pastor Sheryl Brady Song Selection All Things David & Nicole Binion Eulogy Bishop Ronald Godbee Fa m i l y R e c e s s i o n a l Great Are You Lord David & Nicole Binion
Our family would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for the outpouring of love and for your prayers. It was not only seen and heard but truly felt. Granny was loved and cared for by so many and she loved each of you just the same. To all of her caregivers: Zera McLean, Missy Moore, Anna Bodmer, Rose Horne and Cinthia Ortiz - thank you for being there to help stabilize her world and for helping us give her the care she so rightly and richly deserved. Thank you for the grace to care, love, and protect her as we would have. We never had to worry about her safety while in your care. We believe that by honoring her life here on earth you’ve truly honored our Heavenly Father. We would also like to thank the Visiting Nurses Association Hospice team for their vigilant care and for walking through every step with
us during the last six weeks of her life. What an amazing team! You far exceeded our expectations. To all of her church family and those who lovingly cared for, ensured she made it to church safely, and prepared her yummy breakfast which she looked forward to on Sundays – Thank You! Words cannot express how much it has meant to “Granny” and our family. She was not just an “Angel” to us; she was to you as well. Please continue to keep us in your prayers as we know the prayers of the righteous avail much.
P A L L B E A R E R S Marc Jeffrey Chris Baker Travis Simons
Jeremy Kevyn Arsenault Jr. Aaron Johnson Ted Arsenault (Honrary)
I N T E R M E N T Ridgeview Memorial Park
2525 North Central Expressway, Allen, Texas 75013