OBITUARY

Rose Maffeo

September 21, 1934May 2, 2019

Rose Maffeo was born on September 21, 1934 and passed away on May 2, 2019.

Services

  • Memorial Visitation Tuesday, May 7, 2019
  • Memorial Visitation Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Memories

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Richie Lo Primo

May 8, 2019

Rosie was always a kind and caring person who was fun to be with. I will miss her. Love, your cousin Richie in Florida.

Lisa Lanzo-Deluca

May 6, 2019

Dear Rose it’s with sadness I heard of your passing always a smiling face and a strong character you made it a brighter day to see you when you came to shop at the old A&P singing a tune and doing alittle dance. Your smile was infectious your heart was beautiful listening and caring may the angels above sing your glory.

Rosanne DePrima

May 6, 2019

Nicole Lucido

May 4, 2019

Nicole Lucido

May 4, 2019

George and Karen Kloos

May 4, 2019

She Was a Beautiful Women, kind, and Loving! We Will Miss You! Love You Always George And Karen

Kathleen Weber-Roth

May 4, 2019

Growing up we spent a lot of time with cousin Rosie. Many barbecues, Friday night pizza or Sunday gravy we couldn’t wait to be together. Yes, Toni she was an awesome cook. I remember doing art work with Big Pat for hours while being at their beautiful home. Distance caused us not to see one another as often but there was no distance in our hearts. Love you Rosie, Rest In Peace!

John Martelotti

May 4, 2019

I had great neighbors on Mills Ave the street I grew up on.
The Maffeos were there from day one.
Rose was a kind lady and we always shared a laugh or a story. We saw each other ever day back then.
I wish I got to spend more time with her.
Rest in peace.

Pasquale Maffeo

May 3, 2019

Alyssa Wellington

May 3, 2019

Where would I even begin with a memory of my nanny. I am one of many grandchildren and great grand children to have had this wonderful woman as a grandparent. Her unconditional love is and will be unlike any other. She taught me everything I know. She taught me to be loving, caring, and most importantly strong like herself. She was like a mother to me. Whenever I needed her she was there without even blinking an eye. Her beautiful spirit will shine through my heart forever.
Nanny used to sing my sisters and i this song and I would do anything for her to sing it again.
“Be sure it's true when you say "I love you"
It's a sin to tell a lie
Millions of heart have been broken
Just because these words were spoken
I love you, yes I do, I love you
If you break my heart I'll die
So be sure it's true when you say "I love you"
It's a sin to tell a lie”

I love you nanny, rest beautifully.

FROM THE FAMILY