“In the arms of the angels may you find some comfort there.”\n\nLoving wife, mother, and friend, Rose Hennig, died November 24th at home surrounded by her family, following a difficult and courageous battle with cancer. \n\nRose was born on February 9, 1941 in Koslin Pommerania (East Germany). She was the only child of Paul Maria Josef Schwerdt and Johanna Maria Martha Lewin Schwerdt. She married Manfred Hans Hennig, the love of her life, on March 23, 1961 in Heilbronn, Germany. She then immigrated to the U.S. and made Utah her home. She had four daughters who were very special to her, and she loved each one of them dearly. She was always there to talk to, laugh with, and cry with. We love you and you will always be in our hearts. \n\nRose was a full time homemaker and mother. She also took care of the administrative aspects of her husband’s business, Ability Cabinets for the past 38 years. When her daughter’s were younger she owned her own child daycare center. Later in her life she owned her own craft business. She loved the simply things that nature had to offer. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, reading books, crafts, decorating for the holidays, and traveling on vacations with her family. She taught her family that it was more important to give to others than to receive, and as a result supported three Indian charities on a monthly basis. \n\nRose is survived by her husband Manfred and four daughters, Simone, Sonya, Evelyn, and Nancy. She was preceded in death by her parents. \n\nThe family would like to give a special thanks to her best friend Connie Hampel who was always there to talk to and lean on, and Gail Snow (case manger) with IHC Health Plans who was her lifeline by getting her access to services and following up to make sure she received the services she needed. The family would also like to thank Dr. William Sause and the staff of LDS Hospital Radiation Therapy, and Dr. Jonathan Whisenant and the staff of Utah Cancer Specialists and Dr. Bretton Newman and the staff of Rocky Mountain Home Health/Hospice for the dedication and care they provided. \n\nFriends and family can attend her funeral Saturday December 2nd 11:00 a.m. at \nJenkins-Soffe Mortuary (4760 South State Street). Friends and family may call on Friday December 1st from 6-8 p.m. and also one hour prior to services at the mortuary.\nInterment will take place following the services at Murray City Cemetery in Murray, Utah.