Cover photo for Rosa Lee Thompson's Obituary
Rosa Lee Thompson Profile Photo
1952 Rosa 2023

Rosa Lee Thompson

September 26, 1952 — October 9, 2023

Rosa Lee Thompson, a beloved mother, sister, and grandmother, passed away peacefully on October 9, 2023, in Landrum, SC. Born on September 26, 1952, in Kelton, SC, Rosa was a woman of strength, love, and resilience, always leaving a lasting impression on those fortunate enough to know her.

Rosa was the daughter of the late Inette Wilson and Bill Bailey. She was a loving sister to her siblings, Randy Wilson (Ashley), Angel (Tim) Wilson, Johnny (Paula) Ray Wilson, Kalvin Wilson, and the late Tina Smith, Jimmy Wilson, Cynthia, and Robert Wilson, Jr. Rosa was a devoted mother to her daughters, Towanna Wilson and Tonya (Charlie) Elmore, and a cherished grandmother to Lachell Wilson.

Rosa was a proud graduate of her local high school. She carried her strong work ethic into her professional life, working diligently at T & S Mills and later retiring from Parker Hennifen. Her dedication and commitment to her work were admired by her colleagues and friends alike.

Rosa was a woman of many interests. She had a passion for bowling and fishing, which she often enjoyed with her family and friends. She also had a knack for playing cornhole, a game she played with enthusiasm and skill. These hobbies brought her joy and created many cherished memories with those she loved.

Rosa was best described as loving, interesting, and handy. Her loving nature was evident in the care and affection she showed her family and friends. She was interested in her diverse interests and the unique experiences she shared. Rosa was handy, always ready to lend a helping hand or share her knowledge with others. Her spirit and character will be deeply missed but fondly remembered.

Rosa's life was a testament to her strength, love, and resilience. She faced every challenge with courage and every joy with gratitude. Her legacy will live on in the hearts of her family and friends, who will remember her for her kindness, her laughter, and her unwavering love.

Rosa Lee Thompson's life was a journey of love, resilience, and joy. Her memory will forever be cherished by her family, friends, and all who had the privilege of knowing her. Her life was a beautiful testament to the power of love, the strength of resilience, and the joy of living fully. She will be deeply missed but forever remembered with love and admiration.

This obituary is protected by the Cremation Society of SC-Westville Funerals, “Project Safe Obituary Program” which has been designed to guard against the unauthorized reproduction or redistribution, in whole or in part, without the express written consent of the funeral home. The Cremation Society of SC-Westville Funerals, “Project Safe Obituary Program” has been established to help the funeral home and the families we serve protect the dignity and respect for the deceased and the Integrity of Funeral Service against any third-party commercialization. The use of this written work is strictly prohibited, whether that be through illegal means of electronically or manually scraping this obituary for monetary or non-monitory gain, from any site where this obituary is posted. Our goal is to stop the gathering of well-intended words of condolences and support on these third-party sites that will never make it to their intended audience at a time when families can use them the most. As with all written works, this obituary is protected under copyright laws, and any infringements will be reported to the authorities and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Rosa Lee Thompson, please visit our flower store.


Photo Gallery

Visits: 12

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the
Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Service map data © OpenStreetMap contributors

Send Flowers

Send Flowers

Plant A Tree

Plant A Tree