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A special Rose was born on September 25, 1942, to the late Isaiah Mazyck and the late Stella M. Aiken. She was nurtured by her maternal Grandparents, the late Freddie and Ida Myers. On her way to a medical appointment on Tuesday, April 4, 2023, Rosalee was singing as the music played, “If I Don’t Wake Up In the Morning, It will be Alright. Rosalee’s morning came on Wednesday, April 5, 2023, as she transitioned from labor to reward. Rosalee was known as a “mover and a shaker.”She graduated from Alston High School, Class of 1960 with only 52 students in her graduating class. She was employed and retired from the Summerville Presbyterian Home as a nursing assistant. Rosalee enjoyed providing care and love to her patients. She continued private duty until her physical health would not allow her to do it any longer. That never stopped her from being the true “visionary” she was. She never accepted, “It can’t be done.” Rosalee’s faith and walk with God began at a very young age, being brought up as a dedicated, and faithful member of Baum Temple A.M.E. Zion Church, where she gave her heart to the Lord. Her favorite scripture was Psalm 23. She would tell all to call upon the Lord through Psalm 23. As a member of the church, she was a very faithful member of the Gospel Choir and Senior Choir. She was skilled and
very creative with fundraisers to support the building fund and ancillary departments of the church. Her love for children was shown as she was one of the advisors for the Bud’s and Y’s Choir. Her love and support of God’s work continued as she later became a member of Blessed Vision Ministry but never forgetting her home church. There are no words or enough time to truly express
and share Rosalee’s dedication and support to her family, friends, church, and community. She loved and gave of herself to all, even when she did not have it to give. Rosalee knew no strangers. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were her proud and joy. There were no limits in what she would do for them. Singing and music were Rosalee’s therapies, holding dear to “Take Me Back Dear Lord To The Place Where I First received You,” She borrowed from the late Rev. James Cleveland, “If anyone should ever write my life story, let them know, Jesus Is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to me.” Through her ups and downs, her faith and love for the Lord never wavered. “May The Works I’ve Done, Speak for Me.” She was preceded in death by her parents, Isaiah Mazyck and Stella M. Aiken, Maternal grandparents, Freddie and Ida Myers, Paternal grandparents; Sam and Josephine Mazyck; two siblings; Carletta Mazyck and Rudel Aiken. She leaves to carry forth the legacy of her faith, her children: Pamela Queeman Summerville SC, George S. Baker (Katrina),Summerville SC , Leander Baker Summerville SC , Derrick Felder Las Vegas, Nevada, Stephanie Williams Summerville SC, Grandchildren: George Jordan Baker(Deja), Victoria Turner, Christian Baker, Elizabeth Bowens, Steven Walker, Alexis Walker, Chelsea Baker, Aiden Baker, Isabel Bowens, Sarah Queeman .Two Great-Grandchildren; Siblings, Rochelle Green, GA, Tyrone Aiken Lincolnville SC, Lorraine Huger (Harold) NC, Isaiah Keith Mazyck (Vanessa) TX, David Mazyck (New York),Special God-daughter, Kiana McLean, A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and a true myriad of friends.
On behalf of the family, we encourage you to share your personal experiences and preserve the memory of Ms. Rosa Lee Myers for future generations to come.