Rosalind Blanche McDaniel

Born: Tue., Mar. 20, 1945
Died: Fri., May 2, 2014


Graveside Service

Location: Cimarron Cemetery


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Rosalind Blanche McDaniel

Rosalind Blanche McDaniel of Greensboro, GA formerly of Springfield, VA and Santa Fe, NM passed away Friday, May 2, 2014 at Savannah Court of Lake Oconee in Greensboro, GA at the age of 69. Born March 20, 1945 she was the daughter of the late Howard Andrew McDaniel and Addie Lou Langenegger McDaniel. She graduated from Cimarron High School in Cimarron, NM in 1963 and attended New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM and the Santa Fe University of Art. Seven years ago she moved from Springfield, VA to Reynolds Plantation to be close to her family.  She was a member of Rainbow Girl and the Eastern Star in Raton, NM.  Rosalind was a homemaker who was very artistic and enjoyed sewing, painting and pottery.

She is survived by her sister, Madeleine Wyatt and husband Lloyd “Sonny” Wyatt; niece, Madeleine J. Wyatt; nephews, Robert J. Wyatt and Howard A. Wyatt; and other relatives and friends.  She was preceded in death by a nephew, Lloyd L. Wyatt II.

A Memorial Service will be held at Savannah Court of Lake Oconee in Greensboro and a Graveside Service at Cimarron Cemetery in Cimarron, NM. The family requests that any memorials be made to the Order of the Eastern Star of New Mexico, Chapter 1, Queen Esther, P. O. Box 37, Raton, NM 87740. McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. Visit us at www.mccommonsfuneralhome.com to sign the online guest register.

 

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Jane Cobb
   Posted Sun May 04, 2014
My love and sympathy. Jane Cobb

Lani Russell (daughter of Donna McDaniel Dowers)
   Posted Thu May 08, 2014
So sorry to hear of this sad news. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Doreen Hubbard
   Posted Thu May 08, 2014
Very sad to hear about Rosalind, deepest sympathy to the entire family. I remember her very well from my childhood, I remember thinking she had a nice smile and wore really pretty indian jewelry. It is funny the memories that stick with you through out life. Bless your hearts you will be in my prayers!

Helen L Zamora Arellano
   Posted Fri May 09, 2014
My deepest sympathy to the family of Rosalind. Rosalind and I were classmates at Cimarron High School. We were a small class but we all cared very deeply for each other. Rosalind was always full of life and so much fun. May she have her wings to fly up to our lord. God Bless the family in this time of sorrow.


Lori de Jong
   Posted Sat May 10, 2014
Please accept my heartfelt sympathies for your loss…my thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Daleene Jones
   Posted Tue May 13, 2014
Roz & I were good friends in Santa Fe, we were room mates for awhile. We lost touch with each other . I had moved away and then she did. As years passed I finally retired from my job and moved to Az. I have never forgotten Roz and remember how much fun we had together. I wish I could have seen her one more time.
My heart felt sympathy to all the family.
Its so hard to loose a friend.
Dal

Judy Lambert Lybrand
   Posted Tue May 13, 2014
Madeleine,
As you know, Roz holds a special place in the hearts of the "Lambert Girls." The memories of times spent at the big house--riding on the wooden spools, pretending to be circus performers, eating your father's pancakes, spending the night and your mother coming in to tell us to get to sleep--oh, what happy times! And that's what I'm going to remember of Roz......a special friend.
Our thoughts and love are with you. Joyce, Judy, & Jane

Jane Lambert Jacobs
   Posted Tue May 13, 2014
Wow, I have too many memories of Roz to probably put in this space, but here we go .Trying to fry an egg on the airplane wing when it was hot, which Addie didn't appreciate.' Judy and Donna Cartwright giving us lessons how to kiss practicing with a mirror at the slumber parties, exploring the gullies when nobody wanted "little Jane" to follow along, riding horseback with Mr. Cope (where I fell off), going fishing with just a piece of stick with a piece of string and a safety pin on the end (thank God we didn't catch anything), Easter egg hunts, Howard's famous pancakes, and in later years, cheerleading with Roz for the RAMS.

Dale Page
   Posted Sat May 31, 2014
I met Roz in 1966 when I worked at Philmont Scout Ranch and she's been like a sister to me ever since. When I was out of a job, she and Addie took me into their home in Santa Fe. I knew I could always count on Roz. The distance and time lapses never kept us from being friends all these years. I will miss her easy laugh and her serious side, too. I was blessed to have you in my life, Roz, and I'll never forget you.