Bob Farinella posted a condolence
Thursday, January 6, 2022
Although we never met in person, I enjoyed immensely interacting and sharing family tree information thru ancestry.com. In high school, she typed documents for her Italian teacher Tony Cernigliaro. Tony and his wife Marie Galetto Cernigliaro were my god parents when I was baptized in April 1946 at Sacred Heart Church. Additionally, we had a common thread thru the Ippolito family. She was a delight to know and I extend my sincere condolences to her family. RIP Rosalie.
The family of Rosalie J Volpe uploaded a photo
Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Debbie (Bellusci) Lazareff posted a condolence
Monday, January 3, 2022
Dearest Donna & Family, Your parents were such a big part of our family life they are & will be missed always..ironic your mom met up with mine on my mom's birthday..guess they missed happy hour for so long together. We were very blessed to have wonderful people to call our parents..much Love & Sympathy, Debbie (Bellusci) & Larry Lazareff
Kim Brown posted a condolence
Saturday, January 1, 2022
I can’t pin point the precise moment that Rosalie and I became pen pals; it was a natural friendship via cards. I always enjoyed getting mail from her, her little notes made me smile, and I’m grateful for the many times I was able to begin a correspondence to her with “Dear Mama Volpe.” It has been a blessing knowing Rosalie and to have my life enriched by the stories Donna has shared about her brilliant mother. Rosalie was a precious gem who was the collector, scribe, and keeper of family history, now she leaves her own legacy to family and friends of a full life well lived. “Dear Mam Volpe”, I wish your peace and thank you for touching my world.
Barbara Del Duke lit a candle
Thursday, December 30, 2021
Over the years, Mike and Beverly, you've shared many loving stories about Rosalie. It was obvious she brought light into your life, and the life of your devoted children. Cherish your memories of her. She was obviously priceless. Barbara and Mark Del Duke