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Rozalia will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her husband Geza, her son Bob, grandchildren, Chris, Brian, Katy, and her namesake - great-granddaughter Rose Elliyah.
A memorial service will be held on Friday, July 10, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home. Please call 204-885-9715 between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to RSVP.
A special thank you goes out to all the staff on 3E at Riverview Palliative Care Unit.
For those who wish to sign the online
Guest Book please visit www.chapellawn.ca
Chapel Lawn Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 04, 2020
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
'ROSE' What a perfect name for this beautiful lady. She was like a 'rose' Quiet, gentle and unassuming. She was such a brave person. Coming to a strange land, leaving her family and friends looking for a better land for her husband and son. She learnt how to speak a second language, learnt how to read and write English. Imagine how hard that is. She worked outside the home as a seamstress until she became a mother. Then her talents as a gardener become her focus. Her yard was like a park, and anyone walking by commented on the serene beauty of their yard. Her flowers were the envy of other gardeners. No one had more beautiful tomatoes. She loved her home and husband and son and I admired her so much. I miss her already. Life will never be the same as I look out of my kitchen window and I don't see Rose checking on her tomatoes, and watering them with the rain water that Bob collects for her. Rest in Peace my dear friend and neighbour Marianne - Posted by: marianne humphreys (friend and neighbour) on: Jul 05, 2020
ROSE...What a perfect name for this beautiful lady. She was like a "rose". She was a quiet, lovely, unassuming person. Not only beautiful to look at like a "rose" but was beautiful inside. She always either called me by my name or "dear". I think she called everyone "dear". She came to this country and had to learn to speak English, and to write English, learnt how to drive a car and worked hard. Not many people could do what she did. She loved her home and garden, and always had beautiful gardens, her yard looked like a park. She truly had a "green thumb" the envy to everyone who walked past her beautiful yard. Whenever I think about her, I think of how I admired her, not just for her gentleness, but how she loved her family, and her home. I will miss my beautiful neighbour. I keep looking out my kitchen window expecting to Rose checking on her tomatoes. Rest in peace dearest Rose. Marianne - Posted by: marianne humphreys (friend and neighbour) on: Jul 04, 2020
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