The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas
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Rosemary FallsRosemary Falls
1934-2003

On September 4, 2003, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum lost a long time friend and advisor, Rosemary Falls of Waco and Comanche, Texas.

Rosemary was born in Comanche, Texas, attended San Angelo State University and graduated from the University of Texas.

Her diverse career included work as an airline stewardess, teacher, television personality, bed & breakfast host, author, columnist and public speaker.

Rosemary was an ardent supporter of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, serving two terms on its board. She helped with its transition to professional management and returned to the board to help with its renovation and expansion. Rosemary believed that it served two higher purposes: it represented a cherished symbol of Texas and it served to educate children about law enforcement and morality. We could not agree more.

Rosemary could always be counted on to voice support the Hall of Fame and Museum. When illness made it impossible to attend board meetings she kept up with events and wrote "letters to the editor" on issues affecting its future.

The Advisory Board and Staff will miss Rosemary's "can do" attitude, her energy and boundless support

.— Byron A. Johnson, Director

The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas
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