Rosemary June Biddle, age 84, a loyal and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away on February 18, 2009. She is survived by her loving husband of 56 years, William Biddle, daughters Patti Estrada, and Laura Adams, grandchildren David, Michael, and Lauren Estrada, Chris and Elizabeth Adams, and her brother David Mitchell of Houston, Texas. She is preceded in death by daughter Barbara Biddle. Rosemary was the sixth of seven children, whose parents were Elwood and Lula Mitchell. She was born and grew up in Oklahoma, and has been a 43 year resident of Torrance, CA. Rosemary had a passion for life, music, cooking and art. She found her greatest joy in making people happy. Rosemary has been active member of the Rolling Hills United Methodist Church for over 40 years. She was actively involved in many important positions of the church, which included Sunday School, United Methodist Women, vacation Bible School and productions of the annual Sunday School Christmas program. A memorial service, which will be a celebration of her life, will be held Saturday, March 7, 2 p.m. at Rolling Hills United Methodist Church, 26438 Crenshaw Blvd., Rolling Hills Estates, CA. 90274. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Rosemary Biddle Memorial Fund at Rolling Hills United Methodist Church.

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  1. Dear Family of Rosemary Biddle, I want to express my sincere sympathy for the loss of your loved one. You can be assured that comfort and encouragement can be found in the Bible. At Revelations 21 4 you can read of a time when pain and suffering will be no more. What a wonderful hope. Please take care of yourselves. Sincerely

  2. I remember Rosemary from when I attended Rolling Hills United Methodist Church over two years ago. She always had a smile on her face and laughter in her heart. She would always extend a hug to me whenever I saw her and would ask me if I was “behaving myself.” Well, she certainly behaved herself in all she did for others and in the wonderful person that she was. I will miss her dearly, but I know I will see her again.

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