Rosemartha Tyson

Rosemartha Tyson
Rosemartha Tyson

Rosemartha Tyson, 89, of Amarillo, Texas, passed away on July 12, 2022.

Rosemartha was predeceased by her parents Mauricio and Rosa Maria Migliano. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, John Tyson; her one brother, Mauricio of Mexico City; her one daughter, Rosemartha Cates (and husband Jimmy) of Amarillo; her three grandchildren, Tyson Cates of Fort Worth, Ashton Cates (and wife Maria) of Nevada City, and Vanessa Savage (and husband Ricky) of Amarillo; and her three great-grandchildren, Parker Cates of New York, Ashton Savage of Amarillo, and Mara Cates of Nevada City.
Rosemartha was a banker and sales representative, and served on many boards. She also loved traveling to many places across the world with her family. In lieu of flowers please donate to your favorite charity.
Rosemartha was always practical but also loved to joke around with her family saying things like “I will read you my bible”, and telling you she hasn’t seen you in ten thousand years when it’s only been a week. She was always proper, strong-willed, and was the smartest person in the room. She was always the person you went to if you needed to know something informational as she frequently knew the right answer. Her family will always love her and cherish the memories they had with her forever.

13 Replies to “Rosemartha Tyson”

  1. Rosemartha has been my next door neighbor for 16 years. She welcomed me to the neighborhood with a lovely set of appetizer plates that I use and enjoy. I’m sure my family drove her nuts with our trampoline and teenagers with cars but, they were both always nice and friendly. I’m sure that John will be missing her terribly. Thoughts and prayers to her family.

  2. My deepest condolences to the family. I used to work at one of the Donut Shops, and I would see her every once in a while with such a positive energy and warmth that would fill up the room. I’ll never forget how she almost made me cry when I was changing jobs. She was sad to see me go but proud of my accomplishments. I can tell that they were a beautiful family. Rosemartha, May you Rest In Peace.

  3. Rosemartha was on of the first volunteers I ever met at the Ronald McDonald House. She was such a wonderful translator. I agree that she had the answer to any question and she was generous with her advice. We will all miss you!

    1. Loved her passion for life. High energy, focus… loved her family Love to her family,
      Don and Twanna Powell

  4. Rose Martha was such a special lady and dear friend. We’re thinking of the family during this difficult time.

  5. Rosemartha was a sweet and nice lady. I knew her from FNB and High Plains Baptist Hospital. She will be missed. God Bless the Family during this difficult time.
    Dorothy Maples

  6. What a lovely and special lady Rosemartha was!! Super fond memories of her from the 80’s- sending love and condolences

  7. So terribly sorry to hear of her passing. We always enjoyed visiting with her and Mr. John. Love to you all, John and Cindy

  8. I worked with Rosemartha for many years at FNB. She was always pleasant, informative and a joy to talk to. My condolence to the family. May God comfort you during your period of grief.

  9. Rosemartha was a great friend and always made sure her banking friends had plenty of fresh donuts from the Donut Stop! You will be missed❤️

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