Rosemary S. Egan

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Rosemary “Oser” Sue Egan, age 33, a loving mother of two, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, July 19, 2023.

Rosemary was born on March 11, 1990, in Petoskey, MI, to Edmond and Mary (Jacobson) Egan. She grew up in the small town of East Jordan.

At just 18 years old, Rose moved to Mississippi, where she started her new life. Eventually, that decision led to her biggest blessing, to two beautiful baby girls, Stephanie and Ohana.

Rosemary had a passion for life. She was a wild spirit, fearless in every way. When she loved, she loved hard. Nothing meant more to Rosemary than her children and her family and friends. She had a belly laugh that was so contagious to anyone around her. Known for her infectious smile, fiery and fierce personality, she loved having fun, nothing scared that girl. She is extremely loved by so many and is gone much too soon.

She is survived by her parents, Edmond Guy and Mary Rita (Jacobson) Egan; children, Stephanie and Ohana; three sisters, Colynda (Carl) Murray, Carisa Jacobson, and Roxanne Egan; 8 nieces and nephews; and over 30 cousins.

Rosemary was preceded in death by her grandparents, Donald and Rosemary (Ballinger) Jacobson and Francis “Guy” Egan; and her aunts and uncles, Stephanie Jacobson and Sue (Jacobson) Haley, Angela (Egan) Weeks.

In an unfortunate set of circumstances, she is joined in death by her uncle, Bradley Jacobson, who passed just a few days after Rose.

A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.

There has been a GoFundMe set up to help with donations to bring her home to Michigan. It can be found at

5 comments on “Rosemary S. Egan”

  1. My heart breaks, You will be forever missed. I’ll always remember you in my kitchen helping with gumbo on Christmas evening. You were so funny and that beautiful smile of yours & your contagious laugh won me over immediately! That was the first time Michael brought you home. I had hoped for you to be my only daughter in law. I regret that not happening. Fly high my sweet friend. Your faith in God was strong and I know one day we will meet again. My sincere prayers for comfort for Rosemary children, family & friends. You’ll not be forgotten love.

  2. I am sorry for your family’s loss of Rosie and Brad. They will always be remember and never forgotten. Brad and I were helping Rosie the week before her passing and I took it really hard when I was notified of Brads death. I’ve spent 13 years with him. My prayers and thoughts go out to the Jacobsons and Egans. If you need anything please don’t hesitate to get ahold of me sincerely , Bambi,

  3. Aunt Lori and sis

    Rosie and Brad you will forever be in my heart. We had some great times back home in Michigan and even down here in the deep south of Mississippi. Rest high guys till we meet again.

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