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Obituary: Jesse Stephen Rose

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Posted at 11:34 AM, Apr 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-02 13:54:56-04

Jesse Stephen Rose was born May 5, 1973, in Silverton, Idaho. He was the fourth son of Ronald Richard Rose and Wilma Louise (Kent) Rose. He went to heaven March 26, 2020, to spend eternity with his Savior Jesus Christ. Jesse grew up in Wallace, ID, where he graduated from Wallace High School in 1993. He attended the Wallace Assembly of God.

He delivered papers with his siblings for the Kellogg Evening News until graduation. Jesse then enlisted in the United States Army where he served his beloved country for five years. He was stationed in Panama during the Gulf War. Jesse was very patriotic, and he was rarely ever seen without wearing an Army hat.

After his discharge from the Army, he spent some time in Virginia and later in North Carolina where he began working at Home Depot. He transferred to the Home Depot in Great Falls, MT, for a total of 12 years until his untimely death. His Home Depot family shared how much he made them laugh and what a huge heart he had.

Jesse had a heart for giving and volunteerism for those in need. Jesse had great faith and a love of the Lord and Jesus Christ. He was an active member at Alexander Temple Church of God in Christ where he spent time delivering turkey baskets to the needy and participating in fundraisers. His coworkers loved seeing him with the Krispy Kreme donut slip. He helped his wife, Sue Rose, with her Caring Hearts Ministry purchasing, preparing and delivering personal hygiene kits, gloves, hats and food for the Great Falls Rescue Mission.

Jesse enjoyed gardening, bowling, antiques, coin collecting, his Baltimore Ravens, and his love of cats. He especially loved spending time with his grandson, Liam.

Jesse and Sue Liddell married on May 17, 2014, in Great Falls.

To read the complete obituary and share condolences, visit the O'Connor Funeral Home website.