Malec & Sons Funeral Home

6000 North Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL


In Loving Memory of Rosemary Bowling

February 20, 1952May 10, 2020

Rosemary Kay Bowling (Moreth), age 68 of Elk Grove Village, IL passed away on Sunday, May 10th, 2020 at AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Medical Center located in Elk Grove Village, IL. She was born February 20, 1952, in Chicago IL, to Harold and Katherine Moreth. She worked many years in the service industry prior to enjoying retirement. She loved life through simple pleasures, embraced challenges, loved knitting, crosswords and chatting with Family and Friends. She truly adored her family and had an uncanny ability to reach people in a deep and positive way.

She is preceded in death by her parents Harold and Katherine Moreth, brother Harold Moreth and sister Anne Zamora (Peter).

She is survived by her son Michael Bowling (Christine), daughter Theresa Raymond (James), nine (9) grandchildren, Precious, Matthew, Robert, Kayla, James, Nicole, Michael, Caitlin, Emily, one (1) great grandchild, Jonathan Jr and several extended family members. A celebration of life memorial will be scheduled in 2021. We hope to see each of you there to laugh, smile and commemorate the life of Rosemary Bowling.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


In Loving Memory of Rosemary Bowling

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Veronica DeLeon

May 20, 2020

Dear Mike
Receive our condolences and we pray for you and your entire family for strength and acceptance.

Veronica, Diego, and Ernesto.
Ramirez-DeLeon Family

Cubby Minauskas

May 19, 2020

Although I did not know your Mom, I share your sorrow in her loss. I lost my Mom 35 years ago, and I still miss her every day. All I can say is cherish the memories that you have - especially the ones where you laughed together and she showered you and your children with love. Your family is in my prayers!

Brenda McDevitt

May 18, 2020

Michael and Terri, My heart aches for both of you and your families. Please take comfort in knowing how loved you were by your Mom. She will be with you always and forever.
Deepest condolences,
Aunt Brenda

SE Family

May 18, 2020

Mike - We are deeply sorry for your loss!!! The SE family is thinking of you and sending healing prayers and best wishes.

Shannon Swierzbinski

May 15, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this time.

All Our Love,
The Diener and Swierzbinski Family

Tina Roberts (Moreth)

May 15, 2020

Rosie was my sister-in-law for over 17 years, when I was married to her brother Harold. We used to have so much fun together. Clowning around, watching old movies over & over, bar-b-q's and just plan out partying. She will be missed. RIP Rosie


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