OBITUARY

Rosalie Ann Flores

August 30, 1953June 9, 2021

Rosalie Ann Flores (Pedraza) passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at the age of 67. Rosalie was born to Albert and Oralia Cocio Pedraza on August 30, 1953 in Santa Clara, California. Loving Sister to Diane Domondon(Rudy), Albert, Rudy and Orlando. She went on to Graduate from Santa Clara High school in 1972, and Attended Studio A Beauty College and Condi Vocational College. Loving Wife to Richard whom she met in 1972 in Mountain View and They married December 16, 1977. They raised Cecilia and Nora, and went on to have 3 more children, Rich (Paula), Gina (Marcos), and Rey (Yara). Loving Grandmother to Nicko, Nana, G, Markie, Elias, Ricky, Richie, Daija, Camila, and Emilio. Great Grandmother to Aaliyah and Junior, as well as extended grandchildren. In addition to being a dedicated grandmother, Rosalie was a Loving Cousin, Aunt, Godmother, and Friend to many. She also loved traveling. And Throughout her entire life, she held an unwavering faith in God, which she shared with those who surrounded her.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, July 8, 2021

  • Vigil

    Thursday, July 8, 2021

  • Mass

    Friday, July 9, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Friday, July 9, 2021

Memories

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Stella Alvarado

July 3, 2021

My deepest Condolences to the Flores family for you're loss. Rosie was a great friend and co worker back in the Altera days. Many good memories. She will be missed ☹
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Cecilia “ Lela” Flores

June 26, 2021

Being able to share the times that I did with Momma Rosie has showed me how to have humility, love for my family and strength all rolled into one. My fondest memories were when I was a little girl and we would go over to her tia’s house and she would visit and pass the time. Sometimes I would be bored out of my mind, but eventually I would play with the other kids and just try to be comfortable in this new environment. Momma Rosie always took the extra effort to entertain us on the weekends when we visited. She would make us strawberries and milk with a little bit of sugar for dessert, sat with us and talked to us about our feelings, great trips to Frontier Village or just taking a nice drive down the El Camino was a great day. But most of All, I enjoyed the weekends that we would visit and just sit in the front yard and soak up the sun at her parents home in Santa Clara, and play music, talk or argue lol, and sit with her dad, brothers and neighborhood friends. Always family time with Momma Rosie, that’s what she enjoyed, that’s what made her smile.

Felicia Pedraza

June 13, 2021

So many memories with my Aunt Rosalie. She loved so hard. Aunt Rosalie, you were an amazing Aunt. Your laugh could brighten my day in a heartbeat. Your smile was warm and up lifting. You cared with everything you had. It’s hard for me to share my most precious memories but I will never forget you braiding/brushing my hair, buying me numerous earrings because I always lost them, family road trips and giving me the wisdom on how to look out for myself. I love you so much my beautiful Aunt. Rest In Peace.

Laurie (laurel) Maldonado (prescott)

June 13, 2021

Remember her she was so nice, prayers to the family.

Sonja Campuzano

June 13, 2021

A beautiful lady..Rosie and I met at beauty school. We became friends and were so excited when we found out we were living on the same street. Warburton Avenue. We were separated by the new San Thomas Expressway. We would meet each other halfway and chill at her house or mine. Although we lost touch and went about our lives. Little did we know that our daughters Toni and Gina were going to the same high school. We, again started where we left off. We're forever friends Rosie and I. I'm so sorry we didn't get to see each other again. We talked and laughed again didn't we Rosie, my dearest friend. May you rest in heavenly peace and sit there at the right hand of God, IJN.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY