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Rosemary Frances MARSDEN

22 décembre 194815 octobre 2020

Rosemary Frances MARSDEN est né(e) le 22 décembre 1948 et est décédé(e) le 15 octobre 2020 et il (elle) est confié(e) aux soins de Valley Oaks-Griffin Memorial Park, Mortuary & Crematory.

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Rosemary Frances MARSDEN

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Eileen Hager

25 octobre , 2020

My dearest, Rosemary, my Sister, my RoRo, and the other “Pea in the Pod “. We had such wonderful times together. Some said we were joined at the hip! They were right! We were traveling buddies, shopping pals and beach buddies.
You were a wonderful Auntie to my children and to their children. Little Miss Sophie and Brayden adopted you as their Grandma RoRo.
You touched so many lives with your kindness, loyalty and love. My life without you will be so different. I will miss you in so many ways. May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

Kimberly Lindemann

24 octobre , 2020

Patricia Fox

22 octobre , 2020

My Dearest Sister Friend, Rosemary,

You will forever be in my heart. I am so grateful for the wonderful times we shared over the past 20 plus years. I will always treasure our multiple movie and dinner "dates", the concerts we attended and the times we spent sharing and caring for one another. You are the best friend anyone could ever be blessed to have. May God grant you your heavenly crown for your goodness down here on earth. Rest in Peace until we meet again.

LOVE YOU FOREVER!

Lois Maggio

21 octobre , 2020

I feel blessed to have so many wonderful memories of time spent with Rosemary. I had the pleasure to know her almost 50 years. Thank you RoRo for all the great times with the gang and especially the MODAs. You will be with us always 😇. Love you dear friend. 🥰
LoLo

Elizabeth Gorman

17 octobre , 2020

God gave us memory , so we would have
Roses in December. She was my rose, my Miss America. Aunt Elizabeth