Timothy “Roscoe” Jessick | PostIndependent.com
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Timothy “Roscoe” Jessick

“The bright star that burns twice as hot Lasts but half as long

Its heart a furnace made to fuel

Its smile, the coming dawn

And though the stars will twinkle on

For the sky has lost but one

We cannot help but miss the star

That warmed us all so long”

Roscoe is loved and remembered by his huge family of friends and relatives who meant the world to him.


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