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Services Saturday for Rose Rosetti Davison Schubert

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Rose Rosetti Davison Schubert, age 102 of Chesterton, passed away on Monday, February 19, 2018, at Addison Pointe Health and Rehabilitation Center.

Born in Porter, Indiana, March 5, 1915, to Ercole J. And Adelina Rosetti who have preceded her in death. On December 4, 1938, she married Thomas M. Davison (an Englishman) in Methodist Church in Chicago and he passed away October 8,1980.

On June 28, 1986, she married Edward Schubert (German) in the First United Methodist Church in Chesterton, and he passed away January 22, 1992.

Surviving are sons Bruce E. Davison of Porter, Deanna and Steve DePung of Burns Harbor and Thomas and Candy (Cooper) Davison of Naples, Florida. Also surviving are 10 grandchildren: Robert A. McCorkel, Deborah (Mike) Bishop, Shari Stickels, Suzie Gustafson, Tony (Kim) Davison of Indianapolis, Lisa (Glenn) Church of Naples (FL), Michelle Mathes of Grafton (OH), Keith (Jenny Bolla) Davison, Douglas (Lori) DePung, and Scott DePung.

Also surviving are 15 great-grandchildren: Nicholas and Brian Gustafson; Mitchell Aaron; Joey and Elizabeth Bishop; Lauren Rose and Jeremy Mathes; Ryan McCorkel; Keith and Jacob DePung; Jack, Andrew, and Lucas Davison, Madison Rose Stickels, Cecilia Joy Davison. And, also four great-great grandchildren: Jayden and Aubrey Aaron, and Dean and Emily Gustafson.

Brothers and sisters who have passed on: Scotty (Virginia) Rosetti, Gulfport (MS); Jean (Charles) Warren, Gulfport (MS); Nora (Harvey) Ericson, Seattle (WA); Elvira (Frank) Siroky, Chicago (IL); Edith (George) Wiseman, Chesterton; James R. (Barbara) Rosetti, Sr., Chesterton. Three brothers died at birth.

Rose lived in Porter and Chesterton all her life, attended Chesterton High School during the Depression (1929-1933) and graduated in 1933.

During her marriage she worked various places: she was truly “Rosie, The Riveter” at Wilbar Manufacturing during WWII, door-door Avon saleswoman and winner of Women’s Achievement Award in her district; part-time Water Sanitation District and later full-time until 1970; Smith’s Men’s Store, BMV in 1960s; finally retiring in 1978 from Owens Motor Supply as a bookkeeper.

She was also very involved in Little League and Babe Ruth volunteering for her young children, and was a member of the First United Methodist Church for 72 years.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2018, at 10 a.m., at White-Love Funeral Home, 525 S. 2nd St., Chesterton with Pastor Shannon Stringer officiating. The family will receive friends from 9 a.m. until time of service at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Chesterton Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the Westchester Neighbors Food Pantry, 801 Broadway, Chesterton, IN, 46304.

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Posted 2/21/2018




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