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    FROM THE SUPERIOR TELEGRAM NEWSPAPER, WISCONSIN
    OBITUARY
    Rosalind M "Rozz" Wilcox, 63, of Iron River, passed away Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at her residence. She was born Aug 2, 1946, in Ashland, the daughter of Robert and Ruth (Williams) Hooper.
    She graduated from South Shore High School, in 1964. For two years she attended Ashland County Normal and later received her bachelor's and master's degrees in elementary education from UW-Superior. On Feb 26, 1965, she married Jule Wilcox in Iron River. For a short time, she worked as a teacher in Milltown. For 40 years, she worked in the Maple School District and for 19 of those years, she worked as principal and teacher. More recently, Rozz worked as a music teacher for the South Shore School District.
    She was a member of Calvary Presbyterian Church in Iron River and served as clerk, elder and as the organist for 50 years. At Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Iron River, she was the organist for 25 years and she recently served at the financial secretary. For many years, Rozz was the Town of Tripp treasurer and clerk. She was a member of the Northwestern Community Choir, ADK, Wis Teacher's Federation and the Teacher's Union. Rozz loved music and doing ererything she could with her grandchildren.
    She was preceded in death by her parents; and a nephew, Sam Suzuki.
    She is survived by her husband, Jule, Iron River; four children, Sheree (Dalt) Collins, Iron River, Sheila Wilcox, Iron River, Shelly (Terry) Semanko, Lake Nebagamon and Shane (Heather) Wilcox, Iron River; five grandchildren, Reggie Semamko, Jule "JT" Wilcox, Dorothy Collins and Tristin Wilcox; a sister, Roxanne "Roxie" (Jim) Reid, Alaska; two brothers, Robert "Bobby" Hooper, Arizona and Randolph "Randy" (Bessie) Hooper, Ohio; and nieces and nephews.
    Private family inurnment will take place at a later time in the Iron River City Cemetery.


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