Pamela Lynn Rosiek
November 29, 1952 – July 1, 2018
Pamela Lynn Rosiek, passed away Sunday, July 1, 2018. Pam was born in Detroit, Michigan, on November 29, 1952, 65 years old. She has lived in Bradenton, Florida since October of 1985. Pam graduated Southfield High School in 1970. She also graduated from Shapiro School of Nursing at Sinai Hospital, Detroit, as an LPN in 1972. She has worked as an LPN at several hospitals over her career. Although, the most memorable part of her career was working, for 18 years, as Dr Steven Pelham’s nurse at Island Family Physicians, Anna Maria Island, Fl. Pam was well loved by all her patients. Always running into them and having chats and laughs all over Bradenton. Pam was married for 43 years, and is survived by her Husband, Michael Joseph Rosiek. Son, Scott Michael Rosiek, Jill Susan Rosiek, Daughter-In-law, Granddaughters, Emily Ann Rosiek, Bailey Jaye Rosiek, Sarasota, Fl; Son, Kevin Mathew Rosiek, Emily Rebecca Rosiek, Daughter in-law, Grandsons, Parker Mathew and Liam Michael Rosiek, Denver, Colorado. Pam is predeceased by her Mother and step Father, Patricia Diehle and Gerald Diehle, of Anna Maria, Fl. Father, Cecil Cooke, Brother(s) Ken Cooke and Robert Cooke, also of Detroit, Michigan. Pam loved to be with her family, sons, Grand Kids and friends. She was an excellent cook and excelled at Polish cooking, which we would have large family gatherings for the holidays. She also loved to go boating, fishing, camping, skiing, traveling; anything that was outside, and we could do as a family. Pam also loved to listen to music and go to concerts, especially Neil Diamond, Jimmy Buffet, and 60s and 70s rock. Pam battled Alzheimer’s Disease for 9 long years. Please make all donations and gifts to the Alzheimer’s Association in Her name please. https://www.alz.org/help-support Services will be a funeral Mass at SS Peter and Paul the Apostles, Bradenton, Fl. on July 21st at 9:30am, followed by a Celebration of Life close by.
- Funeral Mass Saturday, July 21, 2018
Pamela Lynn Rosiek
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