Rosanna Rebecca Hayman departed this life on September 6, 2016. Rosanna was born on October 14, 1936. She was the last of the seven siblings born to the late Charles B. Hayman and Lillian Mae Hayman.\n \n\n Rosanna was educated in the Talbot County Public Schools. Rosanna was employed at Old Salt Seafood for many years where she met and became good friends with Nancy Jenkins and Libby Copper. Rosanna also worked at Murdoch Gardens as a floral arranger.\n \n\n “Nana” as she was affectionately called by her grandchildren and her great grandchildren loved spending time with her family and telling stories about her childhood growing up. Rosanna also enjoyed traveling on bus trips with her sister Dorothy and good friends Virginia Skinner and Vivian Miller. They often traveled to Atlantic City, Baltimore and Miami.\n \n\n Rosanna was preceded in death by a grandson, DeQuan and her six siblings: two brothers (Charles W. Hayman and Wendell David Hayman Sr.) and four sisters (Lillian Mae Brooks; Virgie G. Tilghman; Cecelia V. Hubbard and Dorothy Burke).\n \n\n Left to cherish Rosanna’s memory are her three daughters: Dianne Potter (Federalsburg), Tessie Wilson (Easton), Yolanda Hayman (Easton) and two sons: Hugh Wilson (Easton) and Jeffrey Hayman (Easton);one daughter-in-law Patricia Hayman whom Rosanna loved and thought of like a daughter; one sister-in-law, Edith Hayman and one brother-in-law, Lewis Burke of Easton; Six grandchildren: Dawn, Tamara, Kierra, Kabrea; Matiste and Keana; six great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.