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Rosalie Emily Null Obituary

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Rosalie Emily Null

Houston, Texas

April 9, 1931 - August 9, 2022

Rosalie Emily Null Obituary

Rosalie was born to Anton and Frances Bozon in Houston, Texas on April 9, 1931 and passed away peacefully on August 9, 2022.

Rosalie went to San Jacinto High School where she was an officer/president of the Golden Gaucho dance team in her senior year. She graduated in 1949.  She attended University of Houston for 2 years while worked as a secretary.  Following college Rosalie meet her husband Raywood Null. The story goes the “Bozon Sisters“ had a family friend, Little Dog, who talked highly about his friend Woody Null. One day Woody shows up and Rosalie outran her sisters and jumped in the front seat of his car and that was the beginning of their love story which lasted for 53 years. The couple married on May 4, 1951 and honeymooned in Marlin Texas. The little honeymoon bungalow still stands today. In 1951 Uncle Sam called and Raywood was sent to Korea. Rosalie moved back in with her parents until Raywood returned to the states. He was then sent to his new station near Alexandria, Virginia, where the couple moved together in 1953.  Rosalie started working as a secretary at the Pentagon in Washington DC. At the completion of his service the happy couple moved back to Houston where they started their family and became parents to three adorable children David, Beth Ann and Michael. The family would move to Tomball, Texas in 1971. Rosalie went on to work as the secretary to the assistant superintendent for Tomball ISD. Then Rosalie was offered a job at First Bank and Trust in Tomball where she was secretary to the chairman of the board. Rosalie worked at the bank for over 20 years until she retired and moved to Kosse, Texas. Rosalie continued to work “for fun” as the coordinator for the Limestone county senior citizens community center. In her later years Rosalie moved back to the Woodlands area and eventually moved Kingwood Texas.

Roro was so loved and adored by her granddaughters. Her greatest joy was having the girls come stay in Kosse. She spoiled them with cooking colored pancakes, letting them wear her all her colorful skirts and jewelry and watching Free Willy and many other movies until all hours of the night. She was always up for anything the girls wanted to do, even when their parents were not. Staying with their Roro will always hold beautiful memories for the girls.

Rosalie is survived by her children David and daughter-in-law Cathy Null, Beth Ann and son-in-law William Petrea, Michael and daughter-in-law Melanie Null. Rosalie was blessed with 7 grandchildren Emily, Kelsey, Elise, Madelyn, Sophia, Jessica and Reggie along with 6 great grandchildren.  Rosalie was also blessed to have many nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her husband Raywood Null, her parents, sisters Florence Kemmerer, Angeline Fowler and Bernice Bozon.

David, Beth Ann and Michael would like to thank Fray Roston, her loving caregiver for providing our mother the absolute best care and attention possible over the last 3 years.  We will always be grateful to Fray and her family along with RoRo’s other wonderful caregivers at Elite Comfort.

Heaven has gained a spunky, fun loving, caring angel. We are blessed to know RoRo will be watching over her family until we meet again.

 

If you cannot join us in person, you can via livestream at https://view.oneroomstreaming.com/authorise.php?k=1661045686203408

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Rosalie Emily Null hosted by Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home.

Rosalie was born to Anton and Frances Bozon in Houston, Texas on April 9, 1931 and passed away peacefully on August 9, 2022.

Rosalie went to San Jacinto High School where she was an officer/president of the Golden Gaucho dance team in her senior year. She graduated in 1949.  She attended University of Houston for 2 years while worked as a secretary.  Following college Rosalie meet her husband Raywood Null. The story goes the “Bozon Sisters“ had a family friend, Little Dog, who talked highly about his friend Woody Null. One day Woody shows up and Rosalie outran her sisters and jumped in the front seat of his car and that was the beginning of their love story which lasted for 53 years. The couple married on May 4, 1951 and honeymooned in Marlin Texas. The little honeymoon bungalow still stands today. In 1951 Uncle Sam called and Raywood was sent to Korea. Rosalie moved back in with her parents until Raywood returned to the states. He was then sent to his new station near Alexandria, Virginia, where the couple moved together in 1953.  Rosalie started working as a secretary at the Pentagon in Washington DC. At the completion of his service the happy couple moved back to Houston where they started their family and became parents to three adorable children David, Beth Ann and Michael. The family would move to Tomball, Texas in 1971. Rosalie went on to work as the secretary to the assistant superintendent for Tomball ISD. Then Rosalie was offered a job at First Bank and Trust in Tomball where she was secretary to the chairman of the board. Rosalie worked at the bank for over 20 years until she retired and moved to Kosse, Texas. Rosalie continued to work “for fun” as the coordinator for the Limestone county senior citizens community center. In her later years Rosalie moved back to the Woodlands area and eventually moved Kingwood Texas.

Roro was so loved and adored by her granddaughters. Her greatest joy was having the girls come stay in Kosse. She spoiled them with cooking colored pancakes, letting them wear her all her colorful skirts and jewelry and watching Free Willy and many other movies until all hours of the night. She was always up for anything the girls wanted to do, even when their parents were not. Staying with their Roro will always hold beautiful memories for the girls.

Rosalie is survived by her children David and daughter-in-law Cathy Null, Beth Ann and son-in-law William Petrea, Michael and daughter-in-law Melanie Null. Rosalie was blessed with 7 grandchildren Emily, Kelsey, Elise, Madelyn, Sophia, Jessica and Reggie along with 6 great grandchildren.  Rosalie was also blessed to have many nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her husband Raywood Null, her parents, sisters Florence Kemmerer, Angeline Fowler and Bernice Bozon.

David, Beth Ann and Michael would like to thank Fray Roston, her loving caregiver for providing our mother the absolute best care and attention possible over the last 3 years.  We will always be grateful to Fray and her family along with RoRo’s other wonderful caregivers at Elite Comfort.

Heaven has gained a spunky, fun loving, caring angel. We are blessed to know RoRo will be watching over her family until we meet again.

 

If you cannot join us in person, you can via livestream at https://view.oneroomstreaming.com/authorise.php?k=1661045686203408

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Rosalie Emily Null hosted by Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home.

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