Jack R. Rosser Sr. died peacefully on September 8, 2017 in SC.
Jack was born in Kansas City, MO and graduated from William Jewell College in Missouri. He married Robin Perry in 2005 on Hilton Head Island, SC. They lived in Littleton, CO until 2016 when they moved to Bluffton, SC.
Jack is survived by his wife, Robin Perry-Rosser of Bluffton, SC; his son, Jack Rosser, Jr. of Santa Fe, NM; 3 grandchildren, Erie, Athena and Camila; his dear Aunt Ava Hartman of Henderson, NV; his sister, Rhonda Oliver of California and his brother, John Rosser of California. Jack is preceded in death by his brother Gary and sister Brenda.
Jack was an avid golfer with a wonderful sense of humor who loved to make everyone smile and laugh. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family and all who knew him.
A Celebration of Jack’s life will be held in 2 separate locations. Details will be provided in the near future.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Darren Daulton Foundation at http://www.darrendaultonfoundation.org.
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Oh boy what a hole we have in our hearts. We so enjoyed you and how much you lit up Robin's life. I can just imagine you telling some of your corny jokes to the Big Guy. We miss you and will do whatever we can for Robin.
Submitted by Nan and Kurt and family on Sep 17 2017 04:38:41 PM
Too many good times to list. So many laughs, it makes us cry (joyous tears). Honest, dependable, talented in so many ways, left an indelible impression on all that he met. We were fortunate enough to enjoy his friendship for 34 years, almost felt like we should have paid for the privilege (often I did on the course).
Jack's mission in his 67 years of life was to make others feel better and brighten their day. Well done Jackson, you couldn't have done a better job of accomplishing this life's mission.
We will miss you our friend.
Bill & Lynne
Submitted by Bill & Lynne Nebel on Sep 13 2017 02:03:45 PM
Hi Robin. We continue to grieve with you and love you. George and Kathy
Submitted by George Schultz on Sep 13 2017 08:02:49 AM
Remember the fun trip to Venice together and lots of limoncello!
Submitted by Marianne and Chris on Sep 12 2017 09:07:13 PM
Marianne and Chris Strassburger lit a candle for Jack R. Rosser Sr.
Marianne and Chris Strassburger lit a candle on Sep 12 2017 09:03:56 PM
Everyone who met my brother, liked him...Everyone who knew my brother loved him. I got to see Jack days before he passed. I will always remember sitting next to him and holding his hand, (thanks Robin for the pictures.) I will always remember the last words we spoke to each other...I love you, I love you too! I will miss you big brother...your little sister, Rhonda
And thank you Robin for taking such good care of Jack, not only these last three years, but the all the years you were together. Love, Rhonda
Submitted by Rhonda Rosser Oliver on Sep 12 2017 04:55:12 PM
So many fond memories of Jack. He always made me laugh. Enjoyed all the softball games we played in our Younger Days. Homerun Jack! He will be missed by many.
Submitted by Roberta Burns on Sep 12 2017 04:48:39 PM
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