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Rosemarie Gerstein (Fitzgerald)

June 28, 1968 - April 29, 2020

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Posted by:
Rand

Posted on:
May 26, 2020

Dear Brad and Family, I am deeply saddened and offer my sympathies to you during this difficult time. Please know that you are in my thoughts. Rand

Posted by:
Matt Salko

Posted on:
May 6, 2020

Rose & I were classmates at Nesbitt & I was astonished at how she tirelessly managed the day to day challenges of Motherhood & Collegiate life and kept moving forward driven to succeed for her kids. Take peace in knowing that Rose’s spirit lives on and we all have opportunities now to honor her by showing kindness, humor & compassion to others. She was a role model of how to live a life of grace. I will be thinking of you all this Mother’s Day & set my intentions for Rose’s soul to be resting peacefully in the light of the lord. My deepest condolences for your immeasurable loss, Matt

Posted by:
Father Steve Wetzel

Posted on:
May 5, 2020

I was very saddened to learn of the passing of Rose. I knew her from the Penn Radnor office. She was always so happy and kind to all the patients as she would walk by. Please know that I will remember Rose in my prayer. I will also be praying for her family and colleagues at Penn Radnor at this difficult time. May she Rest In Peace. ~ Father Steve Wetzel

Posted by:
Marie Roke-Thomas

Posted on:
May 4, 2020

Dear Brad and Family, I teach in the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy and met Rose when she decided to become a pharmacist. I remember her being kind, compassionate, generous and always a joy to be around. I was new at teaching and she felt she was too old to be in school. We bonded wondering if we were doing the right thing. My husband Jim remembered her and her sisters from YMCA camp when she was a child. She immediately became a good friend to both of us. I know she loved you and your children more than anything in the world. She was loved by all of us in the School of Pharmacy and I am sure she will be missed by all. Rose will always stay alive in my heart and in the hearts of others. In deepest sympathy, Marie.

Posted by:
Kim Vivian

Posted on:
May 4, 2020

Our sincere sympathies on the loss of your wife and mother. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Harry, Kim, and Krista Vivian

Posted by:
Jennifer (Loucks) Fisher

Posted on:
May 4, 2020

Dear Brad and Family, I am so very sorry and saddened to hear of a Rose’s passing. I will always remember how kind hearted, caring, and compassionate she was when I worked with her at CVS in Wyoming. She was a wonderful person to be around and to have known. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

Posted by:
Gloria Hooper

Posted on:
May 4, 2020

To Rose's family, friends and all her loved ones. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy.

Posted by:
david henry

Posted on:
May 4, 2020

Hard for us, Rose's medical family, to process the loss of this unique soul. Kind hearted, always happy and caring for colleagues, professionally superb, tirelessly helping any patient with any problem. the world has lost a beautiful person in every way, but i am sure in heaven she is no doubt already doing exactly the same thing for those in need

Posted by:
Joanne

Posted on:
May 3, 2020

I graduated from Wilkes with Rosemarie. My memories of her consist of her being super outgoing, super friendly, and always happy/smiling. She was a very sweet person. I was very saddened to hear of her passing. I'd like to extend my condolences to her family. You are in my prayers and I'm so sorry for your loss.

Posted by:
Patricia Olmstead

Posted on:
May 3, 2020

Dear Brad, Rachael, Devon and Joshua, There are no words to express how sorry I am to hear about your wife and mother. She had a great sense of humor and loved you all so very much. She would always make me laugh with her stories. And Josh - she would light up whenever she picked you up from school. Rachael, she was confident that you were able to take care of your brothers. Devin, she felt that maybe it was tough to be the middle child. Brad, you both did a wonderful job of raising your children and it was a pleasure to know your family. You have my deepest condolences. Most Sincerely, “Miss Patti” Olmstead Sunshine Learning Center

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