Date of Death: April 2, 2020

Service Details

In accordance with Rosemary’s wishes, cremation has taken place and no public services will be held at this time.

Obituary Notice

Rosemary Jane Kellogg, age 78, passed away at her home on April 2, 2020. She was born on May 2, 1941 to Thomas and Florence (Thompson) Tree in Brookfield, IL or “Chicago Land” (as she would say).

On February 28, 1962 she was united in marriage to Terrance G. Kellogg. They would soon after move to Three Rivers, MI where they would raise their four sons.

Rosemary was a hard working house mom and wife. She enjoyed gardening, mowing her yard, watching the wildlife and feeding the stray cats that would wander into her yard. She had a special knack for coupon clipping and through the years saved thousands of dollars, of which she was very proud.  Later in life it became difficult for her to bend down to garden. She was thrilled when her neighbor built her a raised garden bed so that she could plant and care for her tomato and pepper plants while standing.

She is preceded in her passing by her husband, her parents, and sons Chris and Robert.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Dean (Dawn) and Don Kellogg; grandchildren, Cody Brittenham, Kristin McDonald, Nicole Hoeppner, Michael Kellogg and Kade Kellogg; great-grandchildren, Ashley, Sophia, Ryan, Aries, Julian, Serenity and Sebastion; special friends, Tom and Teri Wilkins.

Additional Information

Memorials made in Rosemary’s memory may be directed to Boys Town for children, St. Jude’s or to any charity that will benefit animals. Envelopes are available and may be sent to Hohner Funeral Home in care of arrangements.

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3 Comments

  1. Mom I’m glad I got to tell you I loved you the last time we spoke; and I’m grateful that you got your wish and passed at home. May God welcome you with open arms, there is no more pain, or loneliness now. Thank you for raising me, and taking care of me as a child. I’ll celebrate your memory by living my life as best I can. Thank you for all the things you taught me, the tomatoes are starting to flower. I remember you telling me how you could never grow tomatoes until your father passed away, and that he came to you in a dream and after that you were able to grow them. I guess you passed that to me, every time I eat a Kellogg breakfast tomato I’ll remember you and smile; but for now I water the plants with my tears, You are not forgotten, you live on in your children, and your children’s, children forever. Rest in peace mom, I Love you.

  2. Rest in peace, Mrs. K. We will miss you so much. Even though we cry and mourn your absence in our lives, we have peace in knowing that you are now in heaven where there is no pain, no worry and no loneliness. You prayed that God would allow you to pass at your home and he answered your prayers. You are forever whole again! Praise God!

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