Beverly Rose
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Services will be Friday for Beverly Rose, 88, a former longtime Tracy resident, who died Monday at Compassion Senior Care in Roseville.

Mrs. Rose was born April 29, 1925, in Beverly Hills and lived in Tracy for 55 years. She did clerical work for 30 years for the California Highway Patrol in Tracy, at Tracy High School, at the state mental hospital in Stockton and on Rough and Ready Island for the Navy Department during World War II.

A parishioner of St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, Mrs. Rose was past president of Young Ladies Institute of Stockton and volunteered at St. Bernard’s in Tracy and St. Mary’s Church in Stockton.

Survivors include two sons, Timothy Rose, and his wife, Kathy, of Roseville and Christopher Rose, and his wife, Heather, of Campbell; a sister, Khlo Onweiler of Stockton; and three grandchildren.

Preceding her in death were her husband, Joseph S. Rose, and a brother, Frank Giuffra.

Services will begin at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Hotchkiss Mortuary, 5 W. Highland Ave., followed by burial in Tracy Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road. Visitation will be observed before the service from 9 to 11:15 a.m.

Contributions in Mrs. Rose’s name may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 207 E. Alpine Ave., Stockton, CA 95204.

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