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Heritage Hill Senior Community is pleased to announce that Rosemary Michael has been named as Resident of the Month for July 2021.
Rosemary was born on June 24, 1929 in Freeland, Pa. and is the daughter of Anna Denion and Edward McGill. She grew up in Laurytown, Pa. with her brother James and her sisters Anna and Loretta.
She graduated from Weatherly “Schwab” High School in 1947 and after graduation attended nurses training at the Abington Memorial Hospital. While in her 2nd year of training she took quite ill and returned home to Laurytown for a year of complete rest but never went back to complete her training. Instead she decided to attend McCann School of Business & Technology in Hazleton and graduated with a business diploma.
In 1953, after graduation, she married Woodrow Michael at St. Nicholas Catholic church in Weatherly. They resided on 2nd Street for 47 years until Woodrow became ill and then moved to Hilltop Apartments in Hazleton. The couple never had any children of their own, but Rose is blessed with 2 nieces, Linda & Pat, and 2 nephews Bill & Michael.
While living in Weatherly Rose worked at the Hazleton National bank for 35 years. She accepted the positions of bank teller, assistant branch manager, and later was promoted to Branch Manager. She held that position until her retirement in 1985.
Rose was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, previously known as St. Nicholas Church, a member of the ladies’ auxiliary and member of the church choir. She and Woodrow traveled extensively throughout the country, visiting England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France, and many more exciting destinations.
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