Helen Theresa Rosato
April 1, 1936 – June 26, 2020
Helen Theresa Rosato, 84, of Ramrod Key, Florida, passed away in Altamonte Springs on June 26, 2020. Born in the Bronx, New York she moved to the Keys in 1989. Helen loved to cook, and host family and friends. She enjoyed boating, RVing and traveling and loved her cat, Precious. She had the kindness of a child and never met a stranger. She is survived by her loving husband, Charles; son, Charles; daughters, Suzanne Pietrasko and Yvonne (Anthony) Monte; sister, Anne Vicidomini; 4 grandchildren, Ken (Jen) Pietrasko, Stephen (Lauren) Pietrasko, Gregory (Laura) Kiffer and AJ Monte and her great grandchildren, Taylor, Carli and Preston. She was predeceased by her son in law, Kenneth Pietrasko; daughter in law, Nancy Rosato and sister, Mary Jane.
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Helen Theresa Rosato
July 2, 2020
It’s hard to put into a few words what my Mother meant to me however it is easy to note what she gave to me.. life, love, strong faith, discipline, advice, friendship, guidance, support, her charitable heart, her soft touch for a child , her love of animals, encouragement, her knack for hospitality.......but most of all her LOVE.. I will miss you dearly Mom. You will be forever loved. Love your daughter, Yvonne Michele
July 1, 2020
I am saddened to hear of your transition to Heaven. I met you in the early 80’s and you and Charlie were so very kind to allow me to visit and stay with Yvonne at your new home in Big Pine Key. What a fabulous time we had. You were the most generous and gracious hostess. It was always a joy to be around your vibrant and contagious enthusiasm for life. I will always remember you with love and admiration for the beautiful life you not only lived but shared with all who had the pleasure to know you. I offer my deepest condolences to the entire Rosato family. Rest In Peace Sweet Angel Helen. The meaning of Helen is “Light” and you came into this world to shine your light and what an amazing job you did. Love and Light 🙏🏻💕
June 30, 2020
I've known my mother-in-law since I was 18 years old and, over the years, I don't ever remember a time when she didn't offer food to those visiting her home. Cooking and serving others was her way of showing you how much she loved you. In addition to her hospitality, she would go out of her way to help those in need, whether you were her friend, a family member, or complete stranger.
Thank you so much, Mom. You will be missed.