Schachle, Rosa Loretta


Rosa Loretta Schachle of Dallas, Texas, passed away on Friday, July 18, 2014. She was 87 years old.

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16 replies on “Schachle, Rosa Loretta”

Donna Schachle says:

Sending Condolence for Schachle family from Florida.

Martha lee says:

So sorry to hear of your loss
Martha (Mary Louise Schachles youngest girl)

Martina Schachle says:

Rest in peace, cousin Rosa.

Alice Jumper says:

My condolence to Rosa’s family. It was a pleasure knowing her.

Judy Nation says:

Thought Rosa was a wonderful person. Knew herbs like the back of her hand and always welcomed anybody to see her garden!

Judy Nation says:

Thought Rosa was a very sweet person. She certainly knew herbs and always welcomed people to see her garden. She was very kind to me as a new Master Gardener.

Tig Thompson says:

A good friend, neighbor and Master Gardener.

Will and Judy Smith says:

We have missed Rosa in Master Gardeners. We are so sorry to hear of your loss.

Bunny Williams says:

Will always remember your kindness to me. Rest easy my friend.
Love, Bunny

Julie McKinney Bown says:

Rosa was a special lady and always generous in sharing her knowledge with her fellow Master Gardeners. We will miss her.

Paul Schachle says:

It was always fun & loud when Rosa visited. May she rest in peace.

Carolyn Bush says:

I knew Rosa through Master Gardener. She always shared her knowledge with everyone and was such a caring person. She will be missed.

Lois Reed says:

Rosa’s zeal for all things herbal impressed so many folks. I still have the last herbal vinegar she gave me; I couldn’t bear to use it up. Rosa and my mother were friends through Business & Professional Women, so that’s how I met her. She had a wry little sense of humor, too. Condolences to all who miss sweet Rosa.

Norma Hammerlund says:

I am so sorry to hear of Rosa’s passing. She was such an influence on so many women in Business and Professional Women’s organization (BPW)and I’ll always treasure knowing her. RIP Rosa

Ginnie Salter says:

Rosa was respected and loved by all the Master Gardeners who knew her. We miss her.

Gayle Southerland says:

Rosa was a founding member of the North Texas Unit of the Herb Society of America, and a great source of herbal knowledge in her own right. She served the unit in many capacities over the years, including unit chairperson. She also served as on the national board as District Delegate, and was awarded the Certificate of Appreciation from the Herb Society. She started and worked to maintain a herb garden at the Polk Vanguard Elementary School in Dallas, and at the Dallas Arboretum, she initiated the restoration of an old herb garden and helped make it into a show place. She served the Herb Society well, and is loved and remembered by us all.

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