Rosemarie Ann (Cairone) Stevenson

December 31, 1942November 1, 2018
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Rosemarie Ann (Cairone) Stevenson, 75, of Coral Springs, Florida passed away on November 1, 2018.

Rosemarie was born December 31, 1942 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Daughter of the late Andrew and Ann Cairone. She was a long time resident of Palmyra, New Jersey before spending the last 35 years in South Florida.

Survived by her children Jacalyn Wright (Anthony), Deanna Carotenuto (Anthony), Anne-Marie Aldrich (Michael), and Richard Stevenson. Grandchildren TJ, Ashlee, Casey, Christopher, Jordan and Addison. Siblings Peter Cairone, Regina Vanwie, and Susan Cairone-Hornbeck.

Preceded in death by husband of 52 years, Harry W. Stevenson Jr.

Rosemarie spent her professional career in the banking/financial field holding various positions including Vice President. She loved to spend her time with family and spoiling her grandchildren, traveling to Disney, and cooking/baking.

The visitation is on November 12, 2018 from 4:30-6:30 at Kraeer Coral Springs Funeral Home, 1655 University Drive, Coral Springs, Florida 33071 followed by service at 6:30.


  • Visitation with funeral service Monday, November 12, 2018

Rosemarie Ann (Cairone) Stevenson

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Christina Mccarthy

November 3, 2018

I will always remember how open your home was. I will always remember how walking through your door how much love I felt. Aunt Rosie I love you with all my heart. Now I hope you are resting in peace with Uncle Harry. I will always be so grateful and thankful for you. Love, Christina Marie

John Donhauser

November 3, 2018

I always will remember the Summer's in Jersey with you and the family. How you had a big pool and lived in Jersey yet we lived Fla and didn't. The old house and the huge family dinners... You will be missed and loved always rest in piece Aunt Rosie.

Susan Hornbeck

November 3, 2018

There are no word that I can say that will express my feelings for you. I will treasure all the time we spent together, our talks, our secrets. You were one of the only people I let drive my brand new car because you wanted to see how fast it would go and you did. We shared many good times together and I will hold on to those memories for the rest of my life. Until we meet again my sweet sister. I love you.❤

Jeannie Van Wie

November 3, 2018

Beloved Sister,
Words can not express my feelings right now. You were always there for me when I needed you, whether in my childhood or adulthood. I remember when I was little and having nightmares you’d say “just get in bed with me, I’ll protect you”, I also could never pronounce your name so I called you “Rosary”. Well now my Rosary has gone to heaven, I’ll still be talking to you and I know you’ll be listening. I’m happy for you that there is no more pain and that you are re-united with your beloved Harry. You will be in my thoughts and heart forever. I love you to the moon and back.

Your Loving Sister,


Anne-Marie Aldrich

November 3, 2018

Jackie Stevenson-Wright

November 3, 2018

Dear Momma,
I don’t know where to begin... my heart is forever broken and when I think about never holding your hand or giving you a kiss again it’s hard to breathe.

Your unconditional love for our family was beyond measure and the kind of mother I can only hope I am for Ashlee. I know that you are at peace now and with Daddy. I’m sure the two of you are dancing around heaven showing everyone how it’s done!

I promised you I would take care of my sisters and brother so you don’t have to worry. Rest easy Momma - I will miss and love you forever!❤️


Ashlee Gaasch

November 2, 2018

Another piece of my heart was sent to heaven. When you think of the definition of a mommom, you fulfilled that and beyond. My best friend, my partner in crime, my heart. I love you mommom. Always.

Anne-Marie Aldrich

November 2, 2018

Dear Mom,
Words cannot describe how sad I am that you are gone. You were the BEST Mom and grandmother!!
Your love and unconditional support for us kids was felt everyday. I know it was hard for you when Daddy passed and I wish I could have done more to keep you healthy and happy so you could enjoy your grandkids more. They will all miss you immensely.
Please give Daddy and big hug and kiss for me and one day we will be reunited...until then... I LOVE YOU Momma! You were my inspiration and guiding force to make me who I am today.