Blaze Rose Obituary, Death – Blaze Rose has unexpectedly passed away. Her delivery took occurred on February 7 at Elmendorf Air Force Base, which is located in the city of Anchorage in the state of Alaska. She was the first child to be born to Arthur and Carla Lou Klosa. Her father is Arthur, and her mother is Carla Lou. Since she was a member of ABATE, she was able to serve as the organization’s Safety and Motorbike Education Officer thanks to the privileges that came with that membership.
Blaze was a published novelist in addition to the numerous artistic efforts he undertook during his life. In addition to that, he was a poet and an artist. She approached everything artistic or creative with an upbeat and contagious sense of optimism. She was also an excellent cook, and she took great pleasure in sharing her knowledge of the craft with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Her offspring and grandchildren received a lot of valuable advice and guidance from her in the kitchen.
She was an understanding and altruistic individual who was able to assist a large number of adolescents and young adults by providing them with counsel and guidance. Blaze was well-known for his ability to tease others, make them laugh endlessly, and always come up with ideas that were deliciously and amazing. In addition to all of these excellent qualities, he also possessed a good sense of humor, which was a blessing.
She leaves behind her devoted life partner, Alan Wallschlaeger of Freeport, Illinois; her sons, James (Katrina) Bunnell of Freeport, Illinois, Wade Haldeman of Hornbrook, California, and Jon (Bethel) Haldeman of Bozeman, Montana; her daughters, Hana Li (Joshua) Gelskey of Bozeman, Montana, and Jennifer (Anthony) Duarte of Dakota, Illinois; and her grandchildren, Avery Her devoted husband Wayne Rose, both of her parents, and her sister Dawn “Doogie” Reiter all passed away before she did. She was the last surviving member of her family. Everyone was taken aback by her unexpected passing.