OBITUARY

Rosemarie Calarco

August 4, 1934April 5, 2021
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Our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and Friend, Rosemarie (Correnti) Calarco of Henderson, Nevada, passed away with her family by her side on April 5, 2021. Rosemarie was born to John and Millie Correnti of New York City, NY on August 4, 1934. Rosemarie graduated from John Adams High School of Ozone Park. Rosemarie leaves behind her 6 children, Steven (Connie), Joseph (Karen), Michael, Peter, Christine (Don) and Lisa.

Rosemarie is also survived by her 14 Grandchildren Jennifer (Tom), Kaytlin (Jeremy), Christopher (Greta), Anthony (Robyn), Nicholas, Tami (Jake), Michael (Sarah), Melissa (Matt), Douglas, Adam (Jessica), Donnie, Melanie (Jonathan), Ashlie and Robert.

She is also survived by her 17 Great-Grandchildren Chelsea, Tyler, Chase, (MacKenzie, Connor), Jack, Karter, Gavin, Hunter, Norah, Lincoln, Molly, Liam, Kallen, Ethan, Ellie, Luke, Mercy and Malakai.

She will also be dearly missed by her three treasured sisters, Gladys (Yvon), Corinne (Andy-Deceased), Priscilla (Ron-Deceased) and her loving nieces, nephews, and extended family.

Rosemarie's first job was a secretary in a radio station and over her life worked several different jobs including waitressing and ironing to support her children and they would tell you she was the hardest working woman they knew.

After 45 years, she retired to spend more time with her family and friends. She enjoyed playing scrabble, Yahtzee and weekly card games with her friends and family. Rosemarie was a caring and thoughtful person. She took great pleasure in selecting the perfect card and gift to celebrate a birthday or event. Christmas was her favorite time, and she would write well over 100 cards to friends and family.

Rosemarie was the strength in the family and glue that held this huge crazy family together. She never had an unkind word toward anyone. There is no way to say goodbye to our amazing mother and we know it is not goodbye; it is only goodbye for now. Until we meet again in Heaven Mommy, we Love You and you will forever be with us.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the National Association for Down Syndrome at www.nads.org or to the Autism Society at www.autism-society.org/get-involved/donate

Services

18 April

Visitation

4:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Palm Eastern Mortuary

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
19 April

Funeral Service

1:00 pm

Palm Eastern Mortuary

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

19 April

Committal Service

2:00 pm

Palm Eastern Cemetery

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

Memories

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connie defalco

April 15, 2021

My family and I are so sorry for your loss Peter and family. I know how hard it is when you lose someone as special as your Mom was to al of you.Your Mom raised a special son in you Peter and everyone you were friends with knew just what a special woman she was just by knowing you.
Your Mom will always be by your side and also in my prayers

Gary Tourigny

April 14, 2021

Gary Tourigny

April 14, 2021

Richard Recco

April 7, 2021

My Aunt Rosemarie was a wonderful person. She had such a big family: children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, but she always remembered everyone. She would call everyone on their birthday and tell them she was thinking of them. If you weren't home, she would sing the whole Happy Birthday song in the message. She would always send everyone Christmas & Birthday cards and write the most beautiful sayings in them. She wanted everyone to know how much she loved and thought of them, and wanted to be part of their special days. We will all miss you so much Aunt Rosemarie. We love you too!

Anthony Marinello

April 7, 2021

A mother’s love is forever! Losing a Mom is the deepest sorrow a heart can endure. Her goodness, her caring and her wisdom live on in a love that will always be with us. May that love surround us now and bring us all peace. Tonight, our beautiful and beloved Rosemarie sleeps with the angels! God bless her and keep her close.
Our prayers are with you Peter. . .
Love
Lynn, Anthony, Adam and Alana

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Biography

Our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and Friend, Rosemarie (Correnti) Calarco of Henderson, Nevada, passed away with her family by her side on April 5, 2021. Rosemarie was born to John and Millie Correnti of New York City, NY on August 4, 1934. Rosemarie graduated from John Adams High School of Ozone Park. Rosemarie leaves behind her 6 children, Steven (Connie), Joseph (Karen), Michael, Peter, Christine (Don) and Lisa.

Rosemarie is also survived by her 14 Grandchildren Jennifer (Tom), Kaytlin (Jeremy), Christopher (Greta), Anthony (Robyn), Nicholas, Tami (Jake), Michael (Sarah), Melissa (Matt), Douglas, Adam (Jessica), Donnie, Melanie (Jonathan), Ashlie and Robert.

She is also survived by her 17 Great-Grandchildren Chelsea, Tyler, Chase, (MacKenzie, Connor), Jack, Karter, Gavin, Hunter, Norah, Lincoln, Molly, Liam, Kallen, Ethan, Ellie, Luke, Mercy and Malakai.

She will also be dearly missed by her three treasured sisters, Gladys (Yvon), Corine (Andy-Deceased), Priscilla (Ron-Deceased) and her loving nieces, nephews, and extended family.

Rosemarie's first job was a secretary in a radio station and over her life worked several different jobs including waitressing and ironing to support her children and they would tell you she was the hardest working woman they knew.

After 45 years, she retired to spend more time with her family and friends. She enjoyed playing scrabble, Yahtzee and weekly card games with her friends and family. Rosemarie was a caring and thoughtful person. She took great pleasure in selecting the perfect card and gift to celebrate a birthday or event. Christmas was her favorite time, and she would write well over 100 cards to friends and family.

Rosemarie was the strength in the family and glue that held this huge crazy family together. She never had an unkind word toward anyone. There is no way to say goodbye to our amazing mother and we know it is not goodbye; it is only goodbye for now. Until we meet again in Heaven Mommy, we Love You and you will forever be with us.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the National Association for Down Syndrome at www.nads.org or to the Autism Society at www.autism-society.org/get-involved/donate