Sunset North Funeral Home

910 North Loop 1604 East, San Antonio, TX


Rose Marie Rojas

November 21, 1970May 30, 2019

Rose Marie Rojas, age 48, of San Antonio, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family after battling cancer on May 30th in her home. She was born November 21, 1970 in El Paso, Texas to the late Juan Rogelio and Petra Rubio. She is the youngest sister to Roger and Robert and the big sister to Ray and Lori Rubio.

Rose is survived by her lifelong love and high school sweet heart Frank J. Rojas Jr.; three sons, Frankie 30, Zachary 22, and Matthew 20, all of San Antonio; mother, Petra Rubio; siblings, Roger, Robert, Ray, Lori Rubio; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and extended family in San Antonio, El Paso and Odessa.

She devoted 30 years to making people feel beautiful as a cosmetologists, but her highest priority was always loving and caring for her family and friends.

Rose selflessly was a mother to anyone and everyone who needed love or guidance. For those who were blessed enough to have met Rose know she was a kind, loving woman and will be missed dearly.


  • Family Receiving Friends Thursday, June 6, 2019
  • Prayer Service Thursday, June 6, 2019
  • Family Receiving Friends with Catered Reception Friday, June 7, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Friday, June 7, 2019


Rose Marie Rojas

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Rachel, David, Vincent and Sabrina Jenkins

June 10, 2019

Beautiful Rose, we always looked forward to seeing her, listening to her wild stories and hearing her laugh. I will always cherish our memories of the many family visits, growing up together, being mischievous, riding bikes and just having so much fun! When you were with her you could feel the unconditional love and positivity she radiates. Rose was always smiling! We are so blessed to have shared so many wonderful times. We will miss her so much. Until we are together again cousin, Rest In Peace.

Lisa, Max & Andrew Perez

June 9, 2019

Rose 🌹, it’s hard to let go of such a beautiful Cousin. You were such an inspiration to us all, always helping our family and making us happy. There is a big void in our hearts and you will be missed. May you Rest In Peace our Beautiful Sweet Rose until we meet again. Love 💗 You Always Your Cousins Max, Lisa & Andrew Perez

Manny Sanchez and Pat Mireles

June 8, 2019

Rose was the rainbow in our lives after a hard day. Her smile made everything okay. We knew she loved us unconditionally, no matter what. Nobody understands the reason why we meet in this life’s journey. God puts us together to be forever in our hearts. We will miss her greatly. But we know she is telling God all her stories and making him laugh and smile like she did to us. Love and miss you, Rose.

Addie Garcia-DuBravec

June 7, 2019

May the Lord bless and keep you. Rest In Peace. I am so grateful for our years of friendship and partnership in working with your sons (Zach & Matthew) and your Daughter In-Law (Lauren). I will miss you and our time spent together at Shear Elegance.
Addie and the DuBravec Family

Laura Montanez

June 6, 2019

To our dearest Cousin Rose,

As much as it pains us all to lose you, we are comforted in knowing how much your beautiful soul positively impacted all those that crossed your path. From family to friends and customers, you’ve made a positive difference in our lives that we could never forget. Your stories and guidance will always resonate with us as we remember your spirit and friendship. As we take this time to reflect, I believe many can agree that they have never heard Rose speak ill or negative which is a reminder that she was full of love and encouragement- a truly beautiful and genuine soul.
Our hearts go out to Frank and the boys for this tragic loss but know that they are not alone, they will continue to benefit from your everlasting impact and spirit. In Gods name, may you Rest In Peace.

Until we meet again,
We love and miss you dearly.
Castrillo, Padilla, Sterling and Montanez Family

Lauren Untalan

June 6, 2019

Thank you for always being the loving, endearing, and kind-hearted individual you are. I am so thankful for your presence in my life for the past 9 years. You have been like a mother to me. You have shown me such a special kind of love through your interactions with family and your 3 boys. You are such a huge part in this family and you will always be apart of our growing lives. Although I will continue to cry and grieve, I know you’re always with us. I love you and will miss you so much everyday.

Lisa Sellers

June 6, 2019

Rose to me will always be the essence of the excellent hairdresser -- meaning she was MORE than a hairdresser to her customers. She was a source of comfort, of confidence, humor, and understanding from the time my daughter Catherine and I were first blessed to sit down in her chair in 2005 until our last visit with her last fall. Then my sister Lana came from Fort Worth to get her excellent touch as a hairdresser but just as much the joy of talking with her about our loves, our losses, our hopes and fears. My sister Lori followed so we were a family affair for Rose! Truth be told -- when we sit down in other hairdressers' chairs, they will always be derivative of Rose -- she was the gold standard in hairdressing but more importantly in friendship. Rest now, dear Rose, knowing we will never forget you and -- though we'll miss you dearly -- we know your beautiful spirit has found a place that matches your boundless beauty and love for all time. Love, Lisa Sellers, Catherine, Lana, & Lori

Robert Rubio Jr.

June 6, 2019

This beautiful woman you see before you is the most caring and loving person I have ever met in life. She means the world to me, her love was something beyond compare. As her nephew, I experienced bundles and bundles of her love and memories that I thank god for. I am glad to say that she is like a mother to me. To her there was no boundaries or limit, you could tell her everything and anything and she would not judge you ever. My mother loved me as her own, she made me feel like I mattered. She showed me the love and compassion as a teenager needed , like the mother I never had. There wasn’t a thing in the world she wouldn’t do for me or anyone. I’ll miss and cherish her calling me her “Baby Robert”. She told me no matter how old I got I will always be her Baby Robert, And that will always and forever be in my heart . I love you mom and we’ll be missing you so so much but I know you are in a much better place. You will be one of our new guardian angels watching over us with my little Brother Gellito and Grandpa Rogelio. WE WILL ONLY PART FOR SOME TIME AND WILL FOREVER MEET AGAIN 😘🥰😍 LOVE YOU MOM❤️

Janie Villegas

June 5, 2019

I will always remember Rose with her big eyes and a beautiful smile. She was always full of life and energy. She spoke about her family and was a good listener as she styled my hair. She was very talented at her job. One story she told me stayed with me. She shared how she struggled to read as a little girl until the time an old woman arrived at her house and asked if she could come in to read to her from a bible she held in her hands. Rose let her in and this is how she began to read. I told her" Rose you were visited by an Angel!" She was not sure until that moment and we both had teary eyes. so it seems she was destined to be one of god's chosen people and now she will be praying for her friends and family and waiting for her loved ones to join her when the hord calls. Thank you Lord for such a beautiful soul! Until we meet again Rose, I will continue to tell your story to others so that they also will be blessed by your encounter with an angel.

Pauline Garza

June 1, 2019


I remember you always talking about your boys while you dyed and cut my hair. I was in admiration when you spoke about your sons’ accomplishments and your goals for their future.

Your physical presence will be sorely missed but there is no doubt your spirt will surround us all, especially your family.

Much love, P. Mae Garza