CALHOUN WOMAN KNOWN FOR FAMOUS POEM HAS DIED - Rozetta Stutler Thompson (1928-2011)


A woman whose roots are in Calhoun County wrote a well-known poem-song many years ago, likely with her sister.

Rozetta Stutler Thompson, 83, of Fort Lauderdale, has died, the family says her ashes will be returned to Little Creek.

Thompson wrote a poem, likely with her late sister Madeline Stutler Lynch, that has been copyrighted by Ron DeMarco, and has been recognized internationally.

The poem, known as "Heaven's Grocery Store," appears with her obituary Rozetta Stutler Thompson

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