In memory of my mother Roseanne,who fought ovarian cancer for 9 years. She had incredible courage and strength. She died Jan 30, 2000 at the age of 60 yrs.
I wish I had her strength as I also battle ovarian cancer.
Last updated on: 04/08/2009
I remember my Aunt Roseanne fondly. She was a wonderful person, full of life, love & laughs!
Jill Brisbey – 04/08/2009
Aunt Roseanne was a remarkable person. She made every one feel welcome and loved. She loved life and lived everyday to the fullest. Aunt Roseanne fought her battle with cancer the same way she lived her life; with dignity, grace and courage, grateful for everyday.
I always looked forward to visiting her and uncle Larry because thier home reflected the love they shared for one another. I miss them both terribly.
They touched my life as well as everyone around them. I am grateful for the short time I shared with them.
Gary Werchak – 04/09/2009
AUNT ROSE WAS ONE OF A KIND ALWAYS CHEERFULL AND A GREAT COOK SHE LOVED COMPANY AND WE ENJOYED BEING THERE SHE NEVER COMPLAINED ABOUT HER ILLNESS I’M SURE SHE IS WATCHING OVER ALL OF US WE SHUR MISS HER.
CEIL&JOHN KOYTEK – 04/10/2009
Aunt Rose was a wonderful person. I remember spending time with her and Uncle Larry- they were always much fun to be around- so full of life and love. I miss them both terribly. Our family has lost the “glue” that kept us coming back to PA. Whenever I visit I make a point to ride by their house and remember all the great times spent there. It seems strange that someone else occupies this house when so much of our history and family evolved from it. I miss the old days and our family gatherings. Blessings to all!!!
Robert Jasinski – 04/13/2009
Aunt Rose was always so full of life and happiness. She brought joy to all around her. Even when she was fighting for her life she never complained, and always had a smile on her face. I have so many cherished memories of her and my Uncle Larry, words cannot express how much I miss them. I think of them often. I remember when Aunt Rose was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer and I was so sad and depressed. She looked at me, smiled, and said “Hey Mare, want to come with me to buy some hair?” How very like her to only look at the positive side of things and to think of a way to draw others in and accept what was happening to her. Although she suffered greatly for nine long years she never complained, always took care of others, and made sure she had everything taken care of before she passed away. I believe that there are saints who walk among us, and I truly believe that my Aunt Rose was one of them. She is truly missed.
Mary Della Mora – 04/17/2009