Rochester: Wednesday, April 14, 2010. Predeceased by her husbands, George Nick, Albert DiGiulio; sons, Frank Nick, Louis DiGiulio; daughter, Lucille DeLucia; 12 brothers and sisters. Survived by her children, George (Anne) Nick, Nancy (Mario) DeLucia, Diane (Al) Grandin, Phillip (Tammy) DiGiulio; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and cousins. The family would like to thank Dr. Donald Symer and the CDR nurses; Michelle Smith, Marie Bello, Gina Kalish, Justine Rosato, Carol Dyrke, Jon Sematis and Kristen Ryan for their loving care given to Rose.

Friends may call Friday (Today) 4-7 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. Family and friends please meet Saturday 9:30 AM at the Dewey Ave. gate of Holy Sepulchre Cemetery where Rose’s graveside prayers will be held. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Center for Disability Rights in her memory

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  1. Dear Romeo ,Dawn & family;

    I am sorry to hear of Roses passing. she was a very nice lady and it was a pleasure to have known her. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Sincerely Fran

  2. I cant beleive your gone, you were always there for me, I feel lost without you already. the talks we had , the many new years we had together, I WILL MISS YOU AS LONG AS I LIVE. you helped guide me through some hard roads in my life,I love you.

  3. I would like to thank everyone for your (sincere) kindness, my grandmother will be missed by all, she seen the good in everyone, she gave to everyone and aked for nothing in return, there are no words to say how much she is and will be missed.

  4. It’s been almost a year since you passed on & not one day has gone by that you haven’t been in my thoughts.I stiill miss you so much that it hurts & I know I will feel this way for the rest of my life. The only comfort I have is the hope that I will see you again when my time here comes to an end. I miss you.

  5. May I Go Now ? Part 1
    Do you think the time is right? May i say good-by to pain filled days and endless lonely nights. I’ve lived my life and done
    my best, an example tried to be. So can i
    take a step beyond and set my spirit free? I didn’t want to go at first, i fought with all -my might. But something seems to draw me now. to a warm and loving light. I want to go. I really do. It’s
    difficult to stay. But i will try as best as i can to live 1 more day. To give you time to care for me and share you love & fears.

  6. May i go now. Part 2.
    I know your sad and afraid, because i see your tears. I’ll not be far, i promise that, and
    hope you’ll always know that my spirit will be close to you,wherever you may go. Thank you
    for loving me. You know i love you to,that’s
    why it’s hard to say good-by and end this life
    with you. So hold me now, just one more time
    and let me here you say, because you care so much for me, you’ll let me go today.

  7. Miss you very much,I look in your room everyday.I think of you, my mother, my father, you are together now,everyone misses all of yous.

  8. So sorry to hear about Aunt Rose. I won’t be able to make it Friday evening due to my work schedule but you will all be in my thought and prayers.

    Lori and family

  9. The love & kindness you showed to everyone was incomparable. The tender caring you gave, the sacrifices you made so that others could survive are forever unequaled. You will be missed every second of every day for the rest of eternity.

  10. The peaceful death of my Mom reminded me
    of a falling star one of a million lights in the sky that flares up for a brief moment only
    to disappear into the endless night forever from this life.
    I’ll see you in the next life Mom.
    Thanks for bringing me into this world. I love you. Good-by for now. Your first born.

  11. To my loving aunt,I wish I was there with you before you passed,I do feel your presence every day.
    You were a pillar of strength for all of us,especially my mother,it seemed you understood her more than the rest of the family,I’m sure you are with her now,still helping her to cope.
    With your grace and understanding,you helped me to believe that there is more to our lives than what we see,and hear.
    You hold a very special place in my heart always.
    (Thanks you guys for putting up these pages,it is the only way I can pay my respects at the moment.)I will see you all soon.

  12. To the DiGiulio and Delucia family,

    We are very sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in treasured memories.

    With sincere sympathy,
    Tony Vicaretti and Rhonda Fabri


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