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Myrtle Rose

Myrtle G. Rose, 91, of Huron, died Wednesday morning, April 18, 2007, at the Brookings Hospital. Her memorial service was 11 AM Monday, April 23rd at the First United Methodist Church with Rev. Linda Renaud officiating. There was a private burial Monday morning at the Lake Preston Cemetery.

Myrtle was born on December 9, 1915, at Bradley, South Dakota to Vernon A. and Evelyn June (Fisher) Garlock. At the age of three, she moved with her family to Lake Preston where she grew up and graduated from high school. She then attended General Beadle College at Madison for two years.

She married Edward Rose in Florida in 1943. Myrtle moved to Huron in 1952 and worked for the Bureau of Reclamation as a secretary for thirty years until her retirement. She had been a resident at the Lake Preston Nursing Home for the past several years.

She was a member of the First United Methodist Church and the First United Methodist Church Women. She was a volunteer "pink lady" at the Huron Regional Medical Center, and a volunteer at the Violet Tschetter Memorial Home. She was an active member of the Rebekah Lodge and the National Association of Retired Federal Employees. She was a Minnesota Twins baseball fan and enjoyed watching their games.

Preceding her in death were her parents, and two sisters, Belva Wedell and Esther Jacobson.

Survivors include her son, John Rose of Huron; her daughter, Barbara (Jim) Dahlquist of Elk River, Minnesota; three grandchildren, Shauna, Eric, and Jenny; one great-granddaughter, Beldaran; and a brother, Ronald Garlock of Brookings.