OBITUARY

Carol Lynn Rosequist

January 19, 1965October 24, 2018

Carol Lynn Rosequist, 53, of Liberty Township, Ohio, died October 24, 2018 after a brave battle with primary CNS lymphoma at the Hospice Center of Cincinnati in Blue Ash, Ohio. She was born January 19, 1965 in Greensburg, PA, daughter of Norma and Richey Eberman. Carol worked at Reach Out Lakota and was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in West Chester. Survivors include husband Douglas Rosequist; four daughters: Paulina, Maddie, Rachel, and Valerie, all of Liberty Township; sisters Diane Hiteshue (Joseph) of Raleigh, NC, Charmaine Martelli of Dawson, PA and Leslie Eberman, deceased. Mother in law Marilyn Corey (Ralph Corey, deceased; Kennith Rosequist, deceased) of Summerfield, FL; brother in law Mark Rosequist (Jayflor) of San Antonio, TX; sisters in law- Karen Stasik (Francis), Jane Donovan, Luanne Grimm (Duane), and Katherine Filliagi (Mike), all of Pittsburgh, PA. Nieces and nephews Mollie Carite, Kurt Hiteshue, Mindy Hiteshue, Joshua Skemp, Jared Skemp, Sophia Rosequist, Melissa Stasik, Adam Stasik, Shannon Donovan, and Meggan Mrazek. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Leslie, and her fathers in law. Carol was a loving, devoted mother to her four daughters as well as to her beloved fur babies, Happy, Taz, and Tino. A funeral mass will be held at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church on Monday, October 29 at 11:00 am. A celebration of life and luncheon will follow in St. John’s Pavillion at 12:00pm. The family requests that no flowers be sent. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Hospice Center of Cincinnati’s Margret J. Thomas Inpatient Care Center in Blue Ash at: 4310 Cooper Road Cincinnati, OH 45242, and to Reach Out Lakota- mailing address PO Box 362, West Chester, Ohio 45071.

Services

  • Funeral Mass Monday, October 29, 2018
REMEMBERING

Carol Lynn Rosequist

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Allison Rodgers

October 29, 2018

I'm at Carol and Doug at infusion at our doctor's office. We quickly became friends. I am thankful for the time together that we had on this earth. I know that I will see her again in heaven. What a beautiful soul! My heart goes out to Doug and the girls. She was so proud of her family. Much love to all of you. Allison Rodgers

Jane Wetzel

October 29, 2018

Prayers and love to all. Hugs to Karen, Francis. Melissa, Adam, Jane, Luanne and all. May Carol rest in peace and her memory shine brightly. Love Jane Wetzel

Mark Clippinger

October 29, 2018

Carol was a wonderful lady and a great friend to our family. She was loved by all the members of our family both the people and the pets. So loved by one of our cats that he used to get out sometimes and try to go visit her at her house. We will miss her. Prayers for Doug and all the girls.

Joslyn Hiteshue

October 27, 2018

I have known Carol and her family for several years. She was a sweet young girl and a sweet funny young mother of the most beautiful girls. So very sorry for her loss. Jesus is getting the family together in the Kingdom of God. We know she has a mansion and many animals as she waits for us. All of my love. God bless

Robert Vano, D.C.

October 25, 2018

Doug, girls, and family,

Corinne and I are so sorry to hear about your loss. Carol was such a pleasant person. I remember when you first introduced her to me. It was in Oakland when you were a Pitt student. I distinctly remember the house either you or Carol were renting an apartment in. I smelled like a Chinese Restaurant kitchen. :) In fact, I think I saw a couple of Chinese people in that house on the first floor. I will also never forget your wedding day. I am very happy to have known Carol and I know you truly loved her. I know you have the strength to get through this difficult time. Please accept our condolences.

Bob & Corinne Vano

Leslie Haxby McNeill

October 25, 2018

Thinking of you all and wishing you peace at this most difficult time. Carol was a good friend And a smart, sassy, funny woman. She will be deeply missed but her memory and legacy lives on through all of you. We are all here for you, to help and support you. And at some point, sooner I hope rather than later, your memories will bring the smile instead of a tear. Love to you all, Leslie

FROM THE FAMILY