OBITUARY

Rosemary J. Rozic

May 2, 1945December 19, 2020
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Rosemary J. Rozic age 75 passed away on Saturday, December 19, 2020. Daughter to the late John and Rose Rozic. Loving Mother to John Rozic. Cherished Grandmother to Natalie Rozic. Beloved Dog and Cat mom to her fur babies.

Rosemary spent time volunteering and fostering for the Illinois Doberman Rescue, so in lieu of flowers the family is asking donations be made in her name to the foundation.

https://www.ildoberescue.com/support/donate/

A visitation will be held Monday but due to current state guidelines and gathering restrictions we ask that you please call ahead and reserve a time slot. Funeral services are private at this time. However, the family invites you to join them in procession to Holy Sepulchre Cemetery by meeting us in the parking lot of Andrew J. McGann and Son Funeral Home at 11:15A.M. on Monday December 28, 2020. Please stay in your vehicles and we will line you up for a safe arrival to the cemetery.

In consideration of the safety of our guests and associates, Andrew J. McGann and Son Funeral Home will adhere to the current gathering restrictions in the state of Illinois, which allow 10 or fewer guests at services. Proper social distancing must be practiced and all guests will be required to wear face masks at all times. Thank you for your cooperation.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, December 28, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, December 28, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Monday, December 28, 2020

Memories

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Gillian Boomgarden

December 31, 2020

Rosemary and I were cousins....born two weeks apart, two countries apart, but for the rest of our growing up years, we were together most of the days and even some nights and week-ends. We attended the same school, same classrooms, and when she stayed at Grandma’s, we were together on weekends! She was my cousin, my best friend and we were like sisters! She’ll always be in my thoughts and my heart, 💔....”until we meet again “Raw”!

Karen Clancy

December 29, 2020

I am a recent acquaintance of Rosemary and I just wanted to share my condolences to her family. So very sad to hear of her passing. Rest in peace Rosemary.

Jill Szponder

December 28, 2020

Dan and I were lucky to have met Rosemary at our initial dog training class 4 years ago. She had Leah and we had Millie. At the time, Dan and I thought Millie would never learn and I remember Rosemary smiling and telling us it would all be good and we were in good hands with Gayle. As the weeks passed, Millie and Leah learned a lot and Rosemary kept us laughing with her “one liners” about the dogs. She was so kind to our Millie, and we’ll never forget her pocket full of treats for the dogs! God leads us to people, and animals for a reason and Rosemary was a great example of that!
May you rest in eternal peace.

Danya Haseltine

December 27, 2020

Rosemary was my dear friend of fifty-two years. I am sure she has gone to a better place and is surrounded by her numerous past pets—especially Caesar and Roxie. I will sorely miss our weekly lunches where we laughed and cried as we sorted out our pets and families. Rosemary’s advice and sense of humor carried me through the years. Memories of her will get me through my remaining years as I keep her close to my heart.

Gina Pradzinski

December 27, 2020

John, Tom and I are sending love and prayers to you and your family at this time. We are so sorry for your loss. Your mom was very sweet and kind person. She will be missed.

Karen and Raymond Heitz

December 26, 2020

Rosemary, there are no goodbyes for us since treasured memories of you will last forever. You and Judy will always be in our heart.

Margaret Coffey

December 26, 2020

We met Rosemary about eight years ago when we also met Judy. We watched Judy grow into a gentler doberman. It was all Gayle Cosentino's fault because she helped us train our companions. Rosemary would tell me that there was something wrong with Judy and that she knew it because she has had dobermans all her life. We became friends and shared good times together. The picture is us celebrating Rosemarys 70th birthday. Rosemary you will be missed a lot.

Danny Cirella

December 26, 2020

It wasn’t until late in my life that I became acquainted with cousin Rosemary. I really enjoyed her dry sorta sense of humor! She restored faith in our family! I last saw her just 3 years ago and we hoped to see again. We will. God bless you Johnny and your family.

Kathy Phillips

December 25, 2020

You were there for every family gathering—with a smile and a sense of calm that instantly put me at ease. Always so eager to listen, so intuitive and understanding. My heart hurts. I’m going to miss you, Cousin. Yet I know you’re going to be reunited with Aunt Rose and Uncle Jack, my parents, and a few others. May you rest in peace.

Gayle Cosentino

December 24, 2020

Oh how I will miss you! You were not only my client but one of my best friends. In the eight+ years we spent together we walked a million miles (literally), laughed, cried and even complained a bit. I will miss your smiling face, your sense of humor and your compassion for humans and dogs. Your commitment to your pets was beyond compare. You are now with your Caesar, Dakota and Judy. Rest In Peace, my friend.

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