OBITUARY

Roselle Sebastian Lopez

December 1, 2000October 14, 2020

Roselle Sebastian Lopez was born on December 1, 2000 and passed away on October 14, 2020 and is under the care of Glen Abbey Memorial Park and Mortuary.

Viewing will be held on October 26, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Visitation will be held on October 27, 2020 at 5:00 pm at Glen Abbey Memorial Park and Mortuary, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA. Funeral Service will be held on October 28, 2020 at 10:00 am.

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Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
26 October

Viewing

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

 

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
27 October

Visitation

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Glen Abbey Memorial Park and Mortuary

3838 Bonita Road
Bonita, CA 91902

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
28 October

Funeral Service

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Memories

Roselle Sebastian Lopez

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Jonathan Martinez

October 24, 2020

Roselle, thank you for everything.
You've always held a strong place in my heart. I don't know where to begin really... Elementary school, through middle school, even during our separation throughout high school, our bond we shared meant a lot to me.

It's hard to choose which memory I'd want to share. We shared too many memories but, each and every time I thought about you, itd always have to be our night at Eighth Grade Formal. Remembering how that night we spent together at the Yacht Docks, enjoying the time we had with our close friends. I still find it heart warming when passing by the docks either by trolley, or car thinking about you and everyone I love and hold dear to me. I've always kept this memory close to me and never will I let it go.

Thank you for everything, even when I was at my lowest point, you still called to make sure I was okay in some form or another.
I'm always gonna be that 'Person' you'll remember.

Kian Jerusalem

October 24, 2020

Roselle and I first met at a mutual friends house since it was a birthday celebration. Southwestern Community College was where we would create more memories since we were in the Bayan program together. At first she was shy, but became more outgoing as time passed with our classmates. As we got to know each other, she became more outgoing as time moved forward. Sometimes we would even see each other at church and give a little wave to say hi and stuff. We had a pause in our friendship since most of our classmates in Bayan had went their separate ways due to our majors. I wish we would have spent more time together. Rest In Paradise Roselle. You will be missed.

Glee ZM

October 23, 2020

Roselle, although I have met you only once , i wish i had more of God’s gift of time of knowing each other. though extremely short, i give all the greatest glory, endless praises and most sincere thanks to our one loving merciful Lord God Almighty for giving that gift of time with you.
God’s promises for you is finally fulfilled, for the God of all peace exchanged an earthly dwelling for a heavenly one for you . we are all reminded how short our time here on earth for one day all of us will come to pass too . for to be absent from earthly body is to be at home with the Lord for those who follow and love Him. i thank you for this reminder with God’s assurance that we may all aspire to walk by faith and not by sight.
The grief of your mom, my friend and sister in Christ, sis Myra , your family and friends is so overwhelming and our hearts are broken from your sudden passing.
Roselle, thank you for sharing your talents of God’s gifts and you will always remain alive in the hearts of all who loves you. I can imagine you joining the amazingly wonderful real choir of angels in heaven which I heard from others that you also sing as a cantor in church too.
Peacefully rest in God’s love Roselle . i hope and pray God willing, God permits you to help continue watch over your mom and family too until we all meet again . God bless

Agnes Lopez- Lorenzo

October 22, 2020

To The Lopez Family,
Philip, Myra, Marifel and Gabriel,

Our heartfelt condolences to you for the untimely loss of your daughter and sister Roselle. May she RIP.

From The Lorenzo Family,
Atching Agnes and Auntie
Weena, Abe, Sebbie, Jonah and Baby Ace
Stephanie and Fernando
Rex, Karen and little Lana
Jonathan and Jeannie

Agnes Lopez-Lorenzo

October 22, 2020

As a loving aunt to the late Roselle (older sister of Philip) I was really shocked and in disbelief when my brother informed me the saddest news on October 14,2020. Although it’s unbearable to accept this devastating tragedy for the Lopez family we your relatives, friends and acquaintances are praying for your strength and tolerance. For the beautiful Roselle may you RIP and be angel up in heaven!😢❤️

Edwina Gobasco

October 22, 2020

Roselle,
I love watching you in your videos with your Beautiful and Angelic voice. You are so Talented. Rest In Peace my Sweet and Adorable Young Lady. You are Safely Home with Our Creator🙏🏻
To My Dear Sister in Christ, Sis’ Myra and Family, May GOD’s Love gives You Strength and the Faith, and that your body and spirit be restored by GOD’s healing touch. My Prayers are with you All🙏🏻 and my Heartfelt Sympathy for your loss. Condolence 🙏🏻 From: Sis’ Edwina Gobasco & Family🙏🏻

Erin Deguzman

October 22, 2020

Roselle, you were a very shy girl but when I felt you were warming up to me you were very bright and energetic. I got to know you because we were in Bayan. I wish I got to know you more and better. When we were at my house that one night and the other Bayan peeps like we were all straight chilling and vibing, watching everyone smile and laugh ; I saw you smiling and laughing with JP and the others. I’m very observant and getting to witness you outside from Bayan or from school I could tell you were someone with a big heart and only wanted to join happiness to others. May you Rest In Peace. Sending prayers to your family and JP.

James Ondevilla

October 22, 2020

Rose went with me to watch Dear Evan Hansen, it was a musical we’ve both been obsessed with since our high school days. We loved it, laughed, sang along through both acts, and cried together because it reminded us of how much we loved our parents. I actually bought $100 nosebleed seats so we snuck into $250 mezzanine seats (her idea, not mine it was my first show). Whenever an usher came around I looked around suspiciously and she kept laughing at me. I’m forever grateful to have spent such a vulnerable and amazing time with her just I was to have been blessed to know her. Rose was quiet, but she was always genuine and pure.

Crystal Alberto

October 22, 2020

I had the honor and pleasure of having Roselle as my student in the Bayan Scholars Learning Community at Southwestern College. One of my fondest memories of her is seeing how much she had grown during the program. She displayed confidence in her abilities and knowledge and it was evident in her symposium presentation. This photo was taken at her symposium presentation and I'd like to remember her with this same confidence and pride in her work.

Tess Pascasio

October 22, 2020

Dear Myra and family, may the good Lord Bless you with peace, comfort and strength in this very sad time.
May perpetual light shine upon Roselle. May she Rest In Peace.
With God’s mercy and compassion your sweet Roselle has joined the choir of angels in eternal bliss.

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Biography

Roselle was born on December 01, 2000. She was the youngest of 3 children by Mr. and Mrs.Lopez (Philip and Myra). She has 1 Ate (elder sister) and 1 Kuya (elder brother). She was born under C-section due to mom's previous traumatic delivery which ended up in an emergency C-section. With anticipated C-section, the doctor was trying to schedule her on December 3rd, 2000 but mom would request at least the last school day to be able to enroll as 2nd day of December and so ended up scheduling her delivery under C-section on the 1st of December, 2000. Roselle was so cute and everyone who would see her would take a second and even third look. She was therefore branded as Cutie Roselle.

Roselle was a very introvert/shy person but could also be bubbly once she feels comfortable with someone. She was a very good and obedient daughter and a sincere and loving sister. She was a true friend and all her life, she was longing for true and sincere friends. Unfortunately, she was bullied in school and classmates didn't want to connect nor be with her and she would wonder why. She was even told to be ugly in Elementary school years just because her hair was not pretty according to their standards. She was outcasted because she was not up-to-date with technology and didn't have a mobile phone then. She was a little behind in learning skills because of her young age from the rest and since she experienced being bullied, she started to feel insecurities. She revealed that the only time classmates would like her was when she had birthday cupcakes brought by mom at her class and then they would go back not to like her again.

She entered High School and she thought she was forced to a school just because her older siblings attend at the time. She was longing to belong to the school where her only and best friend was. She then met someone she considered another Ate and they became friends. She joined Show Choir as her passion was singing just like her biological Ate. She met and made friends and was happy.

Roselle was an obedient daughter and followed the request of the mom to join and serve in the church choir and she was even the Cantor at St. Charles Catholic Church. She was always willing to serve and sing. She was the little adviser and best friend to mom ever since the grandmother passed away in 2017. Although she was also devastated by the grandmother's passing, she was also able to assist mom to cope up with such a terrible loss. She promised mom many times that she would take care of her at old age and would be with her future family where ever they may be and so with the mother of her future husband.

And now, 3 years passed after the loss of a mother, Roselle's passing at the hospital where she was taken originally at the Emergency Room, was another test to the mom. Her death left so many unanswered questions. But, with the mom's strong faith in God, she would hold on, move on, and pray that this tragedy wouldn't happen again to any family in the future. No mother should undergo such pain of losing her child before her. So, help us, God!!!

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