Rosalie Angleton, 86, of Chanute passed away on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at Heritage Health Care. Rosalie was born on July 18, 1934 in Chetopa Township, the daughter of Roy Stanley and Ruth Evelyn (Libertus) Greve. On September 6, 1953, Rosalie married Wayne Angleton. Rosalie and Wayne were married for 58 years until his death of February 29, 2012. Rosalie dedicated her life to taking care of her family, and working on their farm. Rosalie enjoyed helping children learn about various 4-H projects and was a leader for the Best Yet Club for more than two decades. The Parent Student Organization of Fairfield Elementary School voted Rosalie as their first president, where she spent countless hours striving for a better experience for those involved. Rosalie took working on the farm seriously; she went to school to become a certified A.I. Tech to improve the genetics of her beef cattle herd. Attention to detail and never slighting a difficult task were some of her hallmarks, often taking time to splint a broken leg of an unfortunate calf or lamb and always giving them the proper care that was required. Through the years her barnyard contained a variety of animals that provided a learning experience for her children and grandchildren, with horses, cattle, sheep, rabbits, ducks, and chickens to name a few. Rosalie followed in her father’s footsteps as an avid gardener, spending countless hours nurturing vegetables, fruits and flowers. She truly had a green thumb. In retirement, Rosalie and Wayne […]