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Virginia  Rose-Kasper

Virginia Rose-Kasper (Knox)

Monday, October 5th, 1931 - Monday, March 30th, 2020
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Obituary

Virginia N. (Knox) Rose-Kasper, 88 years of age, of Revere, formerly of Salisbury, passed away on Monday, March 30, 2020.

Cherished daughter of the late Charles and Helen (Spooner) Knox. Beloved wife of the late Robert Rose and Walter Kasper. Loving mother of James Rose and his wife Roberta, Sharon Silvestri and her husband Joseph, Robert Rose and his wife Gail, Wayne Rose and his wife Sherry, William Rose and his wife Sharon, Pamela DiFraia and her late husband Victor, and Kimberly Rose-Hubbard and her husband Rob Hubbard. Caring sister of Charles Knox, Priscilla Marshall, and the late Mary Baudreau and Douglas Knox. Also survived by twenty grandchildren, thirty-four great-grandchildren, and many loving nieces and nephews.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all services are private.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Virginia’s memory to the charity of your choice.
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Mary Ellen Faysal

Posted at 07:45am
We were so saddened to hear of your moms passing. Our prayers and love are with you all during this most devastating time. God knows she loved her family and enjoyed life to the fullest. Our last memory of being with your mom was at the Continental and Scott was able to dance with her. He was so happy that night that he could dance with her and will cherish that memory. May her memory always be a blessing to you all.

Love,

Scott Loring and Mary Ellen Faysal
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Ricky Baudreau

Posted at 09:43am
Auntie, we love you and will miss you dearly. I will always cherish all the special times at Salisbury Beach, Salem Willows, Wolfeboro, and so many more. I also have special memories as a young boy staying over your house in Revere and having so much fun with Pammy and Kim. You were so welcoming and caring even when we didn’t deserve it. (mostly me and Pam) 😉 You were so loved by so many, and I will never know anyone who is such a true matriarch of a family. All the strength, love, dedication to family, and compassion that your children have, they certainly got from you. Although it is so sad to say goodbye, there is some solace knowing that you are being welcomed with open arms and loved by Grammy and your sister and brother right now who also left us way too soon. We will miss you so much. Love from “Auntie’s Boy,” Ricky, and the Baudreau’s.❤️❤️❤️
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Kimberly Rose-Hubbard

Posted at 12:47am
A brief tribute to my mom: For all who know my mom knows that she truly was the most kind, caring, giving compassionate woman in the world. My mom was beautiful, she loved life and truly was an inspiration to everyone that she met. My mom loved apple fritters, coffee light no sugar, wine, cheese and crackers and her family. She always put others needs in front of her own. My mom was strong. She was a great mother-in-law, aunt, niece, sister, friend and the best Nana in the world. She loved life and had a knack of picking you up when you were down. She always routed for the underdog. My mom was 88, but she was not old.
Mom- I love you. Everything that I do reminds me of you. I can see your beautiful face smiling at me all day long. We had so much fun together through the years. I am chuckling writing this to you, sorry for dragging you everywhere. I just wanted you to see every beautiful thing that I saw and I always wanted you with me. I am so thankful for having you in my life and for making me the person that I am today. You have always told me how proud that you were of me and now it is my turn, You have no idea how proud that I am to have you as my mom. A part of me misses you terribly, misses that I will never hear your voice on the phone again or hold your hand. or be able to give you a big hug. The other part of me has an overwhelming sense of peace, I feel you with me. I see you smiling, I hear you voice. There is no doubt in my mind that you are here with me and some day I will see you again. You are my angel- Thank you for everything. Love - Kim (The baby)
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Tishi

Posted at 10:13am
To the Rose family,
We want to express our sympathy for the loss of your wonderful mother.
Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Love, Tishi and Bobby

Pamela Jean

Posted at 10:01am
To my beautiful mom, my best friend, my hero. You were my world and I will miss you more than words could every say. Always, through the good and the bad you were my rock. I still can't believe you are gone. You have not only been a precious Mom to me, but you have been the most important role model anyone could ever have. The person I am today, is because of the guidance and example you have shown me…. With your unconditional love above all else. You always made my troubles fade. I will always need you mom. Your beautiful smile was infectious. My heart is so heavy, I can't breathe, I can't think. I feel so alone. I will miss your laughter. I can't stop the tears from flowing, I miss you mom. Love Pam xo
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