Rose S. Sagaro
August 30, 1927 – March 11, 2020
Rose S. Sagaro, 92 was born on August 30,1927 in Brooklyn, NY to Raymond and Olivia Sanabria. She died in Raleigh on Wednesday March 11, 2020.
She was a retired accountant. Rose was an avid reader and loved doing crossword puzzles.
Rose is survived by her daughters, Helena Sagaro of Raleigh and Alicia Sagaro Ciurczak and her husband, Bob of Charlotte, NC.
She was preceded in death by her husband Mario Sagaro, her parents and a brother.
Due to the circumstances affecting all of our daily lives, the family will receive friends and hold a service at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Transitions LifeCare, 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC.
Arrangements by Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, 300 Saint Mary's St., Raleigh, NC.
250 Hospice Cir. , Raleigh, NC 27607
- Due to the circumstances affecting all of our daily lives, the family will receive friends and hold a service at a later date.
Rose S. Sagaro
March 26, 2020
Helena and Alicia,
My aunt Madeline lived next door to your parents on Canterbury for many years. They were both wonderful to her. Mario would work on her car. Rose visited her after she went to assisted living. I am so grateful for the kindness they gave her for many years. I'm sorry to hear about Rose.
Jim and Doris Wilder
March 24, 2020
Dear Helena and Alicia, We were your next door neighbors at Mayview Apartments from 1958 to 1961 while I was a student at NC State, and your parents were our most favored neighbors. You two girls were very small, perhaps around two and four when we lived there. We moved to southeastern North Carolina after NC State but stayed in communication with Rose and Mario for some time and often wanted them to visit us and go to the beach but it never worked out. I fondly remember the badminton games we played with your dad, and the lovely backyard visits we enjoyed with them. They were were great people and both will be sorely missed. We moved back to Raleigh in 1968 and now live in the North Raleigh area just off Six Forks. Perhaps you could contact us and visit some time.
Fondly, Jim and Doris Wilder.
March 16, 2020
I worked with Rose at Ronsons in the early Nineties. I enjoyed knowing her. She was a character. I lost contact with her after the store closed, but often thought about her and wondered how she and Mario were doing. I hope both of her girls have done well. I heard many stories about them.
You all are in my thoughts.