• 45°

ROSETTA MOLLETT

ATHENS — Rosetta Mollett, 54, of Echoing Meadows in Athens, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, July 6, 2010, at 11:30 p.m. at the Obleness Memorial Hospital in Athens.
She was born Aug. 30, 1955, in Portsmouth, a daughter of the late Lacey Boone and Gertrude Maynard Mollett. She was retired from Atco, Inc., in Athens, with more than 25 years of service.
She is survived by five brothers, Clyde and the late Rev. Glenda Estep Mollett of Mansfield, Claude and Kathy Mollett of Mansfield, Lonny and the late Lou Ann Mollett of Franklin Furnace, Wayne Mollett and Terry Rowe of Franklin Furnace, and Henry Mollett of Franklin Furnace; and her sister, Imajean and Russell Meadows of Ironton.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her beloved sisters, Christine and Maxine Mollett, and sisters-in-law, Lou Ann Mollett and the Rev. Glenda Mollett.
As many know, Rosetta had a love for children. Her nephews and nieces, all 16, held a special place in her life as follows: Joanna Murphy of Mansfield, Lester Murphy of Mansfield, Irma and Rod Lyons of Mansfield, Mellissa and Roger Harmon of Mansfield, Kenny and Hope Mollett of Cardington, Carl Mollett of Alabama, Kim and Vaughn Smith of Mansfield, Lisa and Garl Adkins of Mansfield, Chris Meadows of Pueblo, Colo., Russell and Melanie Meadows II of Maine, Linda and Eric Mills of Milton, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone (T-Row) Mollett of Franklin Furnace, Charlie Mollett of Franklin Furnace, Bub Mollett of Franklin Furnace, Heather Mollett of Franklin Furnace and Andy Mollett of Franklin Furnace.
Rosetta had 32 great nieces and nephews and 14 great-great nieces and nephews. Rosetta had many friends who loved her.
The entire Mollett and Meadows family and friends wish to extend a large heartfelt thank you to Sarah Harkins and Markias (Kia) Littlejohn for staying with Rosetta to the very end. For all the love and support that was extended to us above and beyond the work requirement. Your willingness to participate in her life made her family know how much she was loved.
We also wish to extend a large heartfelt thank you to all those who took care of Rosetta past and present during her stay at Echoing Meadows. Her 29 years at Echoing Meadows was not just a residence where she lived, but became a home that she enjoyed. As well as a joyous reunion for her family to retreat to and partake in her daily life.
Rosetta is gone from our view and missed by many, but she will remain in our hearts forever.
Funeral service will be held at Roberson Funeral Home, South Shore, Ky. Viewing will be Friday from 5-8 p.m. Funeral service will begin 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Graveside will be at the Mollett Cemetery.