1925 - 2004
||Rosemary R. Demars |
||12 Nov 1925
||Iron Mountain, MI
||13 Jan 2004 
||24 Aug 2014 |
||William Brode Demars, b. 4 May 1892, Houghton, Houghton, Michigan , d. 18 Feb 1971, Port Huron, Michigan |
||Edwilda Exilia Marietta Delia King, b. 10 Oct 1899, Pelkie, Baraga, Michigan , d. 17 Apr 1983, Port Huron, Michigan |
||22 Jan 1918
||Pelkie, BARAGA, Michigan
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||Federal Census 1930, William DeMars family|
Burtchville Twp, St. Clair County, Michigan; ED 74-3, S.D. 15, Sheet 4B
||Marriage Record of Willam DeMars and Edwilda King|
Baraga, BARAGA, Michigan Jan 26, 1918
||Federal Census 1940, William DeMars family|
6845 Lakeshore Road, Burtchville, ST. CLAIR, Michigan
||Federal Census 1920, William DeMars family|
Globe Mine, Adams, HOUGHTON, Michigan
||Donald Carlton McCalmon, b. 8 Nov 1927, Petoskey, Emmett, Michigan , d. 2 Dec 2008, Sebastian, Florida |
||16 Feb 1952
||Lakeport, ST. CLAIR, Michigan
||2 Jul 2016 |
- PORT HURON - Rosemary Demars McCalmon passed away January 13, 2004 after a long illness. She was a lifelong area resident. She was born to the late William and Edwilda Demars November 12, 1925.
Rosemary graduated from St. Stephens High School in 1942. She worked for Yeager Bridge Company, Nicholas and David Salon, Bridgeview Group Home, and The Barr House.
Rosie or "Roz" as she was affectionately known by her family and friends will be remembered for her devotion to her family. Rosemary is survived by her five children Lisa (Brian) Harris, Stephen (Julianne) McCalmon, Mitchell (Jennifer) McCalmon, Tina (Doug) Hendershot and Kyle McCalmon. She was blessed with six granddaughters: Rachel and Amanda Harris, Karlee Johnson, May McCalmon, Briann and Jennifer Hendershot, and three grandsons: Jordan (Laura) Harris, Connor McCalmon and Mitchell Hendershot. She was loved and cared for by her sisters and brother: Cecelia Carson, Barbara (Patrick) Lardner and William DeMars as well as many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her brothers Wilburn and Gerald DeMars and her sister Genevieve Schaeffer.
A special thanks to all of Rosie's medical caretakers, as well as the caring staff and friends at The Village at Mercy.
Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at a later date.
Contributions may be made in Rosemary's memory to Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation or the charity of the donor's choice.
Cremation arrangements were by Smith Family Funeral Home-North, 1525 Hancock St.
- [S4] SSDI, Social Security Administration.
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