Rose E. Barnosky
1930 - 2022
To the best Aunt one could ask for and actually have,from the summers at their home, teaching us there was more than city life, catching frogs,losing jJanet Not so funny then. Uncle Steve always ready for the ice cream truck.! My first crush & Joey Lamell. We had a great time foll of love and laughter that will stay with me my whole life. My mom and aunt Rose got stuck in a barrel ride. us kids couldn't be embarrassed as the laughter was contagious i think kept they kept them there as they brought laughter to all. They are all together now, I wish I could hear them laugh like school girls again. Aunt Rose could you tell my father he was right, that may be hard he probably still has a tab for tea bags. But tell him I do miss him and know how to pull a toilet!, LOVE YOU ALL! And miss you all
Janet, your Mom will always be with you in your thoughts and memories. Call me if you just want to talk
Rose , you will be missed . I like how you enjoyed the meals sent over for you. You really appreciated stuffed cabbage . And desserts .
I am so sorry Janet. I never had the pleasure of meeting her but did thru you. Love Wendie
Janet, my sincerest sympathies to you on the loss of your Mother. I am sure that she is right there with your dad and brother watching over you. Love you
Mom, I love you. Thank you for giving life to me. I loved sitting and listening to your stories from your childhood. I will remember those stories the rest of my life. Please rest in peace. I know that dad and Jeff were there to meet you and you are safe in Gods hands now.