Rosemary
Greece: Peacefully at home, surrounded by her family, Thursday, March 17, 2011. Predeceased by her dear sister, Louise Leckinger and other siblings. Survived by her husband of 54 years, Charles A. Maloney; daughters, Roseann Maloney, Charlene (Jordan) German, Susan Maloney; niece, Carrie Schreiner; nephew, Jeff Leckinger. No prior calling. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday 11:30 AM at St. Charles Borromeo Church. Private Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Visiting Nurse Service Hospice in her memory. For more information or to sign Rosemary's online guestbook, please visit www.MeesonFamily.com.

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  1. Dear Chuck and children, I am Anita & Mark Leckinger’s sister-in-law. My late husband John and I new Rosemary well from Mark and Anita’ home. Saw your daughters often when they were small. Use to go to hear Ed Schriener play in the band with Agnes, Mark and Anita. Rosemary was a gentle soul and her laughter with Louise was something to enjoy. Anita really enjoyed her company. I am so sorry to hear of your loss and will keep her in my prayers. Time goes by so fast and before we know so many we have loved are gone. I hope you are feeling well yourself. Sincerely, Jean

  2. Hi Mommy…I can’t believe that you have been gone for 2 weeks now. I miss you so much. Dad misses you even more. He is so lonely without you. Fred and I will be there soon to keep him company…yeah, do you believe it…Fred too! Keep me safe…love you to the moon and back…forever.

  3. Mom I miss you so very much. Sometimes I cannot believe that you are no longer here with us. Tomorrow is my very first birthday without having you to share it with. I’ll love and miss you forever.

  4. Our love and prayers are with you. You are a wonderful daughter and son-in-law. Let us know when you return to Tampa.

  5. Roseann, I was sorry to read about your mother’s passing. I remember her as being a very kind, gentle women. My sincere condolances.

  6. We have so many memories of Rosemary and her family….John remembers all the fun times growing up…I came into the picture when I became engaged to John (a cousin of Rosie’s)…We met you Chuck, working at a gas station, (on our way to burying Grandma Sandle.) A week before our wedding, Rosie and Louise came to my apt. and gave me a Toni (perm). After your marriage, we got together sometimes for picnic’s, Thanksgiving ….Lots of fond memories to keep in our hearts….Our prayers and love to you Chuck, Roseanne, Charlene and Susan. God bless…John & Nancy

  7. We have so many memories of Rosemary and her family….John remembers all the fun times growing up…I came into the picture when I became engaged to John (a cousin of Rosie’s)…We met you Chuck, working at a gas station, (on our way to burying Grandma Sandle.) A week before our wedding, Rosie and Louise came to my apt. and gave me a Toni (perm). After your marriage, we got together sometimes for picnic’s, Thanksgiving ….Lots of fond memories to keep in our hearts….Our prayers and love to you Chuck, Roseanne, Charlene and Susan. God bless…John & Nancy

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