OBITUARY

Rose Marie Jean

16 May, 193010 October, 2019

Rose Marie Jean was born on 16 May, 1930 and passed away on 10 October, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, 19 October , 2019
  • Graveside Service Saturday, 19 October , 2019

Memories

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Wyatt Jean

11 November 2019


it has been a month since I lost you. It doesn’t feel real. I just want to call you and tell you about how my day was and about how hard school and practice was. I want to come visit you and talk about when you used to go out in Boston until 3am when you were younger. How you used to steal your dads grapes he used to make wine. How you played basketball and how different it was. I want to talk to you about how it was being a military wife and moving all around Europe. I loved hearing what you had to say about things. all your wisdom you had to share. I wanted you to see me walk across the stage next year. Even though this will never happen I know you are not in pain anymore. I hope you and Grampy are doing well ❤️❤️

Rose Stadt

23 October 2019

My granddaughter Annabelle made this card. I know my mom is smiling down from heaven at this.

Malissa Stadt

22 October 2019

I remember how much she loved her grandkids. During weekend visits to St Pete she would always let me pour my heart out. She was my confidante for many years. You will be missed. Enjoy your walks with grampy in heaven.

Rose Stadt

22 October 2019

My on her wedding day, January 1955.

Rosemary Viana

17 October 2019

My Aunt Marie was a woman ahead of her time! She was glamorous, independent, tall, and spoke her mind. She was also kind and generous. As the wife of a US Military man, she traveled and lived all over the world, learned about other cultures, and was also able to adapt and adjust to her circumstances. She kept in touch with the family, no matter where she was, she sent letters, cards, presents and pictures of her family. She only stopped this practice during the last few years. Our family looked forward to our visits to her on the Cape, Dover Delaware, Texas, Missouri , Florida, and North Carolina. Miss you Aunt Marie💜

Patrick Jean

16 October 2019

In my early years of elementary school, Mom would meet me as school let out and walk me home (about four blocks). Along the way, I would pick blooming weeds, thinking they were daisies. I would give them to her when we got home. She played along, thanking me for the beautiful flowers and putting them in water in a vase on the kitchen windowsill.

I found those blooming weeds growing by the mailbox on Tuesday, five days after she died. I don't think they've ever grown in this yard before.

I see you, Mom.

Rose Stadt

14 October 2019

Here is a photo taken in the mid 40's during World War II. My mother's brother Paul is not in the photo as he was serving his country in the US Navy serving in the Pacific. My mom is now reunited with her parents, great grandfather and her siblings.

Standing from L-R: Mom, Bill, Helen and Madge
Seated from L-R: Her grandfather, her mother and her father

Joshua Stadt

14 October 2019

My fondest memories of Grammy are the summers I spent with my siblings at she and Grampy's house in Pinellas Park as a kid. She absolutely spoiled us by buying whatever we wanted at the grocery store and let us stay up as late as we wanted. Those summers were some of the greatest times of my life. I am so happy that she lived long enough to see me become a father, and that my children got to spend some time with her this past summer. I will miss her dearly, but smile remembering those summers and all the other memories.

Rose Stadt

14 October 2019

Rose Stadt

14 October 2019