Rosemarie Wells

March 15, 1950November 30, 2020

Rosemarie Wells, 70, of Deltona, passed away November 30th, 2020, peacefully at Altamonte Springs Hospice after her battle with cancer. When Rosemarie had Richard, she decided to dedicate her life to being a fantastic and wonderful mother. She excelled at touching everyone’s heart and supporting them through the many passions and difficulties of their lives. Whether that was supporting her three children or her friends and family, she made it her mission to improve the lives of others. As a result, Rosemarie worked for the Grove in Winter Springs for many years. She found a passion for helping troubled kids in the facility. Rosemarie is survived by her three children: Richard (Melissa), Danny (Kim), and Tammy (Robert); seven grandchildren: Daniel, Bradley, Alissa, Alexandria, Jenna, Benjamin, and Karley. She has left behind her loving brother and sisters. She has joined one grandchild, Andrew, in heaven. The family requests that all flowers and notes are sent to 5000 County Road 46A, Sanford, FL 32771. There will be a burial service on January 16th, 2021 at 5000 County Road 46A, Sanford, FL 32771.


  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021


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Geraldine Robbins

January 15, 2021

To the family, I share your loss. Rose and I were friends who worked at The Grove. As the Supervisor I was on day shift and she was night. Helping those kids was her passion. She was a good listener and gave good advice when needed.

Not only did we work together, we took day trips. One trip we did a day cruise. There were 4 of us and she was the only one who did not get sea sick. The last time I saw her the 4 of us met at her house for pot luck lunch. What was supposed to be a short visit turned into hours of sharing memories of times the 4 of us had shared before. We did not call often, but when we did it was as if we had just talked the day before. I am grateful that God allowed us to meet and become friends.
Family, she will always be with you as you cherish her memories. Remember what she taught you and love each other..I know this is what she would want.

Rest in peace, Rose. You will be missed.

Eva Mahan

December 8, 2020

I'm Melissa's aunt and remember when she married Richard. Our family sends our love to this family

Virginia Frisbie

December 2, 2020

My latest fun memory of my sister, Roe, was going to the casino. Whenever she was losing, she would clasp her hands together and look up to the ceiling and say "come on mama I need to win, come on mama, come on". She would then spin the wheel again and repeat those words over and over. People passing by would always look her way and wonder what this lady was doing. I would always laugh at her when she did this.
Now there will be only 3 of us instead of 4. Who will I look after, you were my casino buddy?
I love and miss you, sis. I pray that you are at peace and that you're having a happy reunion with whomever you reconnect with in heaven. ❤❤❤❤