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Gattozzi & Son Funeral Home

12524 Chillicothe Road, Chesterland, OH

OBITUARY

Rosemary E. Clark

December 7, 1933October 6, 2019
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Rosemary Elaine Clark, 85, of Chesterland, Ohio, she entered heaven's gates on October 6, 2019 in Newbury, Ohio. She was born to the late Alva and Mary Millet, on December 7, 1933. Funeral services will be held, October 12, 2019 at Gattozzi & Son Funeral Home in Chesterland, Ohio with the Rev. Michael Millet of New Life Church, Aurora officiating. Visitation 9 – 11 a.m., service 11 a.m., burial to follow at Russell Township Riverview Cemetery at Fairmount Road Russell Center, Geauga County, Ohio. Luncheon directly after at Gattozzi’s.

Rosemary is survived by her husband, Richard Clark, of 67 years, and her children; Sandi Schaab, of Chesterland, Dick Clark of Chesterland, and Stacey Castle, of Cincinnati, Seven grandchildren; Josh Schaab, Christina Osborne, Richard E. Clark, Ryan Clark, Emilee Latini, Ross Clark and Charles Castle. Nine great grandchildren; Keira Schaab, Colette Schaab, Declan Schaab, Faith Clark, Ford Clark, Joe Osborne, Lucrezia Osborne, Sateen Latini, Laicee Latini. Brother, John Millet of Twinsburg; Sister, Victoria Stickle of Whittier, North Carolina and numerous friends and family.

Rosemary, a graduate of Burton High School – Class of 1951, enjoyed a wonderful life of building her home and family in Novelty. Her and Richard then took the next stage of their life with 35 years of retirement spending time between Lake Erie Islands and Largo, Florida. She filled her life with the enjoyment of taking care of her husband, homemaking, volunteering at the hospital. She dreamed of being a ballerina in her early years, but later found a passion for line dancing and even taught classes. She loved being out with her lady friends for lunches, was an avid reader and could read a book in a day. Rosemary who loved all her grand and great grandchildren. Her faith brought her to a love for her church. Pallbearers will be; Son-in-laws, Joseph Schaab and Charles E. Castle, grandsons; Joshua Schaab, Richard Clark, Charles J. Castle and Grandson-in-law Jonathan Osborne.

Memorials may be given to the Diabetes Research Association to fund critical research and honor the memory of Rosemary Clark. www.diabetesresearch.org/Give

The family of Rosemary wishes to extend their sincere thanks to Holly Hill Nursing Home staff Katy, Krista, Rachel and Marisol. We also, sincerely thank Helen Sharrock-Dunn, who took care of her like a guardian angel.

  • FAMILY

  • Alva Millet, Father
  • Mary (nee Calvetta) Millet, Mother
  • Richard Clark, Husband
  • Sandi Schaab, Daughter
  • Dick Clark, Son
  • Stacey Castle, Daughter
  • Josh Schaab, Grandson
  • Christina Osborne, Granddaughter
  • Richard E. Clark, Grandson
  • Ryan Clark, Grandson
  • Emilee Latini, Granddaughter
  • Ross Clark, Grandson
  • Charles Castle, Grandson
  • Keira Schaab, Great Granddaughter
  • Colette Schaab, Great Granddaughter
  • Declan Schaab, Grandchild
  • Faith Clark, Great Granddaughter
  • Ford Clark, Great Grandson
  • Joe Osborne, Great Grandson
  • Lucrezia Osborne, Grandchild
  • Santeen Latini, Grandchild
  • Laicee Lantini, Great Granddaughter
  • Victoria Stickle, Sister
  • John Millet, Brother
  • DONATIONS

  • Memorials may be given to the Diabetes Research Association to fund critical research and honor the memory of Rosemary Clark. www.diabetesresearch.org/Give

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, October 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, October 12, 2019
  • Interment Saturday, October 12, 2019

Memories

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Christina Osborne

October 8, 2019

Rosemary and her great grandson joe

Christina Osborne

October 7, 2019

Grandma was a shining light for me in a dark world sometimes. She had a bright smile and she loved deep. Grandma was a party girl. She would go out at night with grandpa to the moose and other clubs they were apart of. They had lots of friends whom I hope she is able to line dance with right now in the place that is set for her. Grandma made a banana cream pie that everyone asked for seconds. I have taken over this tradition and hope each pie is a piece of grandma's memory and love for us all.

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