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Edna Rosenbaum

June 13th, 1920 - May 18th, 2012

Edna Rosenbaum, 91, of Kuna, died Friday, May 18, 2012 at home. A private committal service will be held at 2:00 PM Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at the Kuna Cemetery, Kuna, Idaho. A public memorial services will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at the Nampa Presbyterian Church, 400 Lake Lowell Ave, Nampa, Idaho 83686. The family suggests memorials be made to the Nampa Presbyterian Church. Condolences may be made online at www.flahifffuneralchapel.com. Edna was born in Ashland, Oregon and into a ranching family, growing up she spent countless hours in the Southern Oregon mountains riding her horse with her dogs as her companions. After graduating from Ashland High School Edna, met her future husband Robert “Pete” T. Rosenbaum, Sr. They were married in Reno, Nevada, in 1940, in 1941 the happy couple welcomed their only son into their life, Robert T. Rosenbaum, Jr. Edna and Robert Sr. continued the family ranching in Ashland, Oregon on Edna’s parents’ ranches while Pete worked in the local saw mills. Upon Robert Jr. reaching graduation and taking over a family ranch in Powell Butte, Oregon Edna decided to expand her future by going back and getting her teacher’s degree at Southern Oregon College, in Ashland, Oregon. Edna stayed with her parents in one of their homes while Pete continued his work in the saw mills. Robert Jr. and his wife Darlene were married and ranched a few years in Powell Butte, Oregon before starting their family. Three wonderful granddaughters were born, Rhonda Meyer, Brenda Beem, and Teresa Plank. Upon graduating Edna and Pete moved to Potter Valley, California, where Edna began her 18 year teaching career at Potter Valley and Ukiah, California. Pete became a sawyer at the local saw mill and both Edna and Pete retired there. At that time, Edna and Pete moved to Kuna, Idaho to be closer to their son and family. Pete passed away a few months after the move and Edna’s faith helped her to reach out and gain wonderful friends in the Presbyterian Church in Nampa. Edna also became extremely involved with many garden and flower clubs in the Nampa area. Edna’s yard, was and still is a testimonial to Edna’s green thumb. She had a passion for creating beautiful landscapes, gardening, and enjoyed creating hybrid iris. She met many wonderful people in the garden clubs that she attended and in the community. Edna was also fortunate to have seven grandchildren: three granddaughters and four grandsons Danica, Desiree, Ross, Brandon, Robert, Austen, and Gretchen. Service Information

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