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Rose Marie Rios

May 26, 1966November 16, 2020
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Rose Marie Rios, 54, passed away on November 16th, 2020. Rose was an exceptional woman who devoted over 30 years of her life to her job in the EPISD as an assistant principal. She was admired by many for her strength, humility, and selflessness in both professional and personal matters. Her most cherished memories consisted of touching the lives of the kids she worked with and providing a safe space for anybody who walked through the doors of her office.

She is survived by her sister Annette Rios, nieces Dora, Francis, Danielle, and April, and her nephew, Rene (and his wife Kayla). Rose, we all love and miss you so very much. We will especially miss all our adventures together, nights spent playing board games and watching cooking shows, your mischievous smile, the hopeful glint in your eye, and most of all your presence. You were the best aunt, sister, and friend. Thank you for everything, you are loved forever.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions services will be private. Interment will be in Evergreen East Cemetery.

  • FAMILY

  • Francisco Rios, Father (deceased)
  • Dora Rivera Rios, Mother (deceased)
  • Annette Rios, Sister
  • She is also survived by hernieces Dora, Francis, Danielle, and April, her nephew, Rene (and his wife Kayla), and friends.

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Emily Morales

November 30, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. Ms. Rios, you were such an amazing administrator and even better friend. You made an impact in students lives and will be missed greatly. I’ll be sure to continue to look after the students you loved and cared for so deeply. Continued prayers for your family!

Ernestina Martinez

November 25, 2020

My condolences to the Rios Family. RIP, Ms. Rios you will be missed.

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MARISSA GONZALEZ

November 20, 2020

Our condolences to my cousin Netty and family. Tho we may not be there physically please know you are all in our prayers and we are with you spiritually. May god give you all comfort and peace. Love you. "RIP Rosie".

Samuel Salazar

November 20, 2020

MS. Rios, a true hard worker and had a true heart for students. My heart was broken, not by hearing her pass, but by what a certain someone did over and over to her to the point that she had to retire. May God have mercy on him, and may he repent for hurting so many. May peace and comfort from the LORD Jesus be with your sister and nieces Ms. Rose. We worked in several campuses, had our differences, but still worked as professionals and as friends. See you in heaven Ms. Rose!

Ana Gonzalez

November 20, 2020

My sincere and deepest condolences to Ms. Rose Rios' sister, nephews, nieces and extended family. I worked with Ms. Rios and she often shared how important her sister and nephews/nieces were to her. Ms. Rios was an outstanding Administrator, who cared deeply about her students. She wanted all her students to succeed. I witnessed the time and attention she gave to them when we would meet to discuss their school attendance. She was a dedicated Administrator and I would always praise her for her hard work. I will miss her. May God provide you comfort and peace during this most difficult time.

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Biography

Rose Marie Rios, 54, passed away on November 16th, 2020. Rose was an exceptional woman who devoted over 30 years of her life to her job in the EPISD as an assistant principal. She was admired by many for her strength, humility, and selflessness in both professional and personal matters. Her most cherished memories consisted of touching the lives of the kids she worked with and providing a safe space for anybody who walked through the doors of her office.

She is survived by her sister Annette Rios, nieces Dora, Francis, Danielle, and April, and her nephew, Rene (and his wife Kayla). Rose, we all love and miss you so very much. We will especially miss all our adventures together, nights spent playing board games and watching cooking shows, your mischievous smile, the hopeful glint in your eye, and most of all your presence. You were the best aunt, sister, and friend. Thank you for everything, you are loved forever.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions services will be private. Interment will be in Evergreen East Cemetery.

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