Passed away on March 11, 2019
◦ RoseMarie Walters (DiGerolamo) passed away peacefully in her home on 3/11/2019. She was 61 years old. RoseMarie was born on December 7th 1957 in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from the High School of Art & Design in 1975. RoseMarie earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Holy Family University. She resided with her family in Bucks County. RoseMarie spent many years helping individuals with mental health and substance abuse issues as a case worker. She enjoyed helping others and traveling. RoseMarie is survived by her loving daughters Danielle Repka (Walters) and her husband Bradford Repka, and her daughter Shana Walters. Preceded by her parents Thomas and Marie DiGerolamo (Giacalone). RoseMarie was the proud Nonna to Sienna and Maverick Repka and Gianna Snee and siblings Richard, Laurie, and Thomas DiGerolamo. RoseMarie enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, family and friends. She had an exuberant personality and loving heart. Family and friends are welcome to join the family at RoseMarie's service. Visiting services will be held on Thursday evening, March 14, 2019 at Cusimano & Russo 2005 W 6th Street from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Services will be held on Friday, March 15, 2019 at St. Simon & Jude Church Avenue T and Van Sicklen Avenue beginning at 9:45a.m. Interment immediately to follow.
- Visitation Thursday, March 14, 2019
- Funeral Mass @ Sts. Simon & Jude RC Church Friday, March 15, 2019
March 23, 2019
Hey Cuz, I am so saddened by this sad news. I will always remember and treasure the conversations that we had [especially the late night ones due to time difference] over the many years and it's too bad that we never got to have the visit that we often spoke about on the phone. The one memory that I will always remember is the time that Grandma and Grandpa took you and I on the bus to see A Hard Days Night. I remember even though you were 4 years younger than me, you were screaming in my ears like the other girls watching the movie back in 1964. I keep looking at the last texts that you sent me in total disbelief that they will be the last time that we will be in contact until we meet again in Heaven. I will remember all of the conversations and exchanged pictures that we sent back and forth of the grandkids and daughters. I am so deeply sorry for your family , their loss of such a loving Mother, Grandmother, Sister and the Cousin that I loved. Until we meet again in Heaven, I miss you already and I Love You Dearly, Cousin Georgie. [George DiGerolamo Mesa, Az.]
March 14, 2019
My heart is broken. Not only because you left us but because I never really truly took the opportunity to thank you for all that you’ve given me. I don’t just mean giving countless hours of your time spent nurturing my children, I mean for being there with love, support during a bad time. I wish I could look you in the eye right now and say it to you face to face, but I can’t. In recent years we ended our phone conversations telling each other “I love you “ I hope you knew that I meant that. Thank you for giving yourself ...the love, the kindness and for being there when I needed you. I’ll never forget it.