Rose Wingert

Rose Wingert (nee Glasser)

September 1, 1927 - April 1, 2020
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Rose Wingert (nee Glasser) beloved wife of the late Kenneth L. Wingert, loving mother of Judy (Tom) Fariello, Marilyn (Ray) Art, Karen (Todd) Roscoe, Ken (Sharon) Wingert, Joanne Hungler, Jacqueline (Bill) Benes and Jay Wingert, cherished grandmother of 14 and great grandmother of 14, dear sister of Jack Glasser. Went to be with the Lord on April 1, 2020. Age 92 years. Residence Mt. Washington. She will be greatly missed. T. P. WHITE & SONS Funeral Home serving the family. Online condolences can be made at

Rose “Rosie” was born in Regina Saskatchewan, Canada on September 1, 1927 to Dominic and Mary
Glasser. One of 12 children, she and her siblings were a close and talented bunch. They loved sports,
sing-a-longs at home and in church choirs, and bringing harmony to people’s lives. Rose and her siblings
loved playing cards, listening to Big Band music and back in the day, mixing in the Jitterbug. Rose loved
the simple joys of life. Rose married Ken Wingert on April 24th 1951 and uprooted their Canadian life and moved the family to Cincinnati, where they raised their family of seven children. Rose, a devout Catholic and member of St. Mary’s in Hyde Park, was an alto in their choir for 30 faithful years. She placed God first in her life and planted that seed of faith in each of her 7 children, 14 grandchildren who she cared for over the years, and 14 great grandchildren whom she doted on. Rose started each morning watching mass and praying the rosary for all on her prayer list, until God lovingly called her home. She loved her family deeply and welcomed all to her home every Friday night for delicious homemade dinners and Yahtzee marathons. A tradition dating back to the 80’s. Rose loved cooking, singing and having a cocktail with her girls. She loved watching her grandchildren play sports and sharing tips on how to play better, often showing them how to hit a baseball like a pro. In her solo time, she loved her jigsaw and crossword puzzles and a good game of solitaire while watching her favorite Andy Griffith shows. Her kind and generous heart touched many, and she inspired others to do the same. She loved the moon and the stars, and thanked God for every chance she had to see them. We’re so grateful that we had her for 92 amazing years. Thank you for showing us what true love is. Now YOU are our shining star in Heaven. We love you to the moon and back, momma!
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    T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, Inc.
    2050 Beechmont Ave.
    CINCINNATI, OH 45230
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Bob Krause

Posted at 11:27pm
What a lovely and accurate obit of Auntie Rose....I forgot how many Glasser’s there
Were...i enjoyed being around all of them...I could only imagine their house growing up,
Pretty sure we could spin it into a sitcom. She sure instilled family in all of her kids...I’m sad that I didn’t get a chance to see her again...such great memories
Take care
Love Bozo

Joe Reinhart

Posted at 03:26pm
We are so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Joe and Patti Reinhart

Darren Leibham

Posted at 11:56pm
Comfort finds you my Dear Great Aunty Rose, my Dad Ken Loved you so much, your bond with him was like no other. We all Loved you so much here in Calgary, and we will miss your Dear Heart and Soul. Please find my Mom and hold her tight along with Jim, and Allan. Love to my family near and far, stay strong and bright. Much Love, Darren Leibham

Rae Jean Reinhart

Posted at 06:42pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Love, Paul and Rae Jean Reinhart

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