OBITUARY

Epimenia Rosario

29 December, 192021 July, 2021

Epimenia Rios Rosario, 100, of Sarasota, FL, formerly Orlando, FL, died July 21, 2021. A devout Catholic, she lived her life as a role model for her family. Teacher, wife, mother and friend, she lived a full life.

She is survived by her children: Porfirio Rosario, Jr. of Cape Coral, FL; Enid M Rosario of Sarasota, FL; Edgardo Rosario of Anchorage, AK; Hector Rosario of N. Ft. Myers, FL; Julia I Rosario of Sarasota, FL; brother, Victor Rios of Puerto Rico; six Grandchildren; three Great-Grandchildren; and many Nieces and Nephews.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Porfirio Rosario, of 71 years of marriage. She enriched the lives of all who knew her.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Epimenia's memory may be made to Tidewell Hospice.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.palmsmemorial.com for the Rosario family.

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Marilyn Barton

24 July 2021

To Enid and Julie and the Rosario Family,

You always talked lovingly about your Mom. I know she will be missed by family and friends but she is now in a place where she is whole again and without pain and suffering. She was blessed to have family to help care for her in her later years. Cherish the memories.

Marilyn Barton

Julie Azpurua

24 July 2021

Hi Tia,

Thanks for sharing your life stories with me. You will be with me always for ever and ever.

love,
Julie

Julia Rosario

24 July 2021

Mom,

You were always there for me and taught me so much about faith, patience and love. I will cherish the times we spent together sharing our morning cup of coffee. You will be sorely missed but I take comfort in knowing you're in a better place where you are healthy and whole. May your heavenly life be full of happiness, fulfillment and love. I look forward to seeing you there when my time comes.

I love you,
Julie

Enid Rosario

23 July 2021

Mom, when we were growing up we had many adventures and trials in which you were faced with uncertainties for your family, but you forged ahead showing the kind of strength we came to admire. In a time of history wrought with war that dad was sent to fight in, you taught us to be compassionate and understanding. The ideals you lived by then were the Bible's principles and truth. You set the example for us to follow. You guided me when I was a child; you taught me when I was a teenage; you were my tireless friend when I was an adult. The time we shared are my precious memories that will give me strength to continue my life without you. Mom, I love you. Though I miss you, I know we will be together again.

Shelia Rosario

23 July 2021

Epi was a sweet mother-in-law. She was one strong Army wife taking care of her five children when her husband was deployed overseas...many times. Her son, my husband, Hector, was in the Army for 20 years. During those years, she always sent birthday and holiday cards to us wherever we were. Early in our marriage while visiting them, she taught me how to make pollo y arroz and tostones. I still make these to this day. We were able to see her more frequently when we moved to Florida. She enjoyed visiting our home and the meals I would cook for her, especially holiday meals. She loved visiting with us and loved our German shepherd, Kimber. She will be missed. We are thankful for her life and dedication to her family.

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