Rosemary Palmer
1939 - 2020
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Rosemary "Rosie" Palmer, age 81, born in Portland Oregon on January 11, 1939 to Alonzo Hosford and Madeline Hosford passed away on Saturday, July 11th, 2020.

Rosie was the Mother of Jeffrey, Alan and Candace Palmer. Jeffrey died, May 16th, 2003. Rosie worked for the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority for over 35 years. Her biggest pride in her life was her children. Preceding in death are her parents, brothers and sisters, China Montyne-Dushek, Robert J Hosford, Geraldine Houser, William E Hosford Sr., Lorraine Wickliff & Norman Hosford. Her surviving sister is Kathy Hosford.

Her life will be celebrated at a "private" graveside service at Memory Gardens Cemetary; date to be determined. All who knew her - loved her and we will miss her immensely. Services will be private.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jul. 29, 2020.
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August 1, 2020
you were a beautiful person inside and out your style, your grace, your wonderful sense of humor, oh yes and that infectious laugh I will miss them all. Rosie you are with your Jeffrey now may you rest in peace and know that your were loved.
Sherry Hollingsworth
August 1, 2020
Rosey, you were one of the most loved persons ever at the LVCVA. Thanks for the fun times, and I will miss your beautiful smile. My heart goes out to your family and loved ones. May God bless.
Claudia Hardy Stevens
July 30, 2020
Rosie was the first person I met when I walked in the LVCVA to fill out an application on 1980. We would be coworkers/friends for the next 30 years. She was only one of two people that ever called me Bevy and I will miss that. One of her claims to fame was Elvira for Halloween back in the day. A bright star has gone out for all who knew her.
Beverly Gerome
July 30, 2020
worked with Rosie at the Visitors Center beginning in 2001. She was a good friend and I kept in touch with her after she retired. I will miss her. She was very knowledgeable about Las Vegas and helped me a lot when I started. Rest in peace Rosie.
John Anthony Blyoder
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