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 R Rosetta’sStory
osetta Naylor was born on October 20, 1941 in Robinsonville, Mississippi, to the late Callie and Henry Naylor. She was the seventh child of ten children, who all preceded her in death.
Rosetta moved to Chicago when was sixteen years old, and that’s where she grew up, had her family, and developed friendships that lasted until she took her last breath.
Rosetta was affectionately known to her friends as “Tokyo Rose,” a name she acquired through her forty-five plus years of public service. She will be remembered for her phrase, “I show’ hated,” having a good sense of humor, an avid card player, and excellent cook. Additionally, she will be remembered for
helping hose in need. She opened her home to many.
When we wasn’t helping others, you could always find her on the dance floor. Music and dancing was a big part of her life. And she was the life of the party—even unto death.
On July 30, 2019, Rosetta made her transition from time into eternity.
Rosetta leaves to cherish her memories, laughter, and soulful spirit; five children (four daughters and one son): KaSandra, Alonzo (Mary), Linda (Percy), and Tijuana. She has fourteen grandchildren: five granddaughters—Jenica, Akia Chikina, Tijauna,
and Kalyn; nine grandsons—Kareem, Marius, Marcus, Syrrod, Kristofer, Delon, Kreg, and Kurtys; and twenty-seven great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

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