Posted by Wendy & Don Murphy-Workman | 28-Oct-2020
We are so sorry and shocked to hear about Rosemarie. We always enjoyed going to see her in the various plays she performed in at Selby Theatre. Plus, we loved her kindness and love for animals especially her sweet pup, Joey. We will miss her friendship and her love of life. She was a great person and we are deeply saddened by her loss. Our thoughts are with her family at this very difficult time. We are so sorry to hear this news.
I have many fond memories of Mrs. Mallen from volunteering at St. Linus school when we were kids to singing in the choir with Marilyn at church. She was always a good character and fine lady. My most sincerest condolences to you and your entire family.
Our deepest condolences to Ed, Tracey and family on the passing of a dear Wife, Mother, and Grandma. The memories of our children growing up together will live on. Swimming in the lake in the summer, and skating on that same lake in the winter after Ed and Al had shoveled and flooded. Many memories not to be forgotten. Rest in peace, Rosemarie, and know you will be missed by many.
Ed, so many fond memories over the years. Rosemarie always had such a cheerful "hello" every time we saw you over the years at family events. My heart is with you. Be well and take care of yourself, Love, Zelinde
Eddie; During one of my visits to Grandpa York, for no apparent reason, he told me how much he liked Rosemarie, I've often thought of his comment and wanted to pass it on to you. Thinking of you at this time. Your cousin, Elizabeth (Kaiser) Schelter . Our sympathy , Liz and Skip Schelter.
my sincere condolences to the family,
Rosemarie was a good friend of mine, we had lots of giggles after choir night a tout friend. Your smile as contagious . You will be missed, rest in peace my friend...
From Andrée, Marcel Karl and Karine
We were shocked and sorry to hear of Rosemarie's passing. I was looking forward to seeing her when the pandemic was over. We had many good times and lots of laughs over the 50-plus years that we lived next door. She always seemed to me to be a wonder woman...since she was blessed with so many different talents! Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers, Ed and Tracey. Our deepest and heartfelt condolences.