Rosemary
VARANELLI, ROSEMARY ANNE, passed away on Monday, February 26, 2001. She was born in Waterbury, CT on October 1, 1924. Rosemary served her country as a member of the United States Navy and was was a banking executive with California Federal having served as vice president of personnel. Survivors include her sisters, Margaret Carroll of Waterbury, CT and Angela Ponzillo of Waterbury, CT; brother, John Varanelli of Massachusetts; nephews Stephen Ponzillo, Richard Varanelli, John Varanelli, and Kenneth Varanelli of Waterbury, CT, John Varanelli of Massachusetts and nieces Rosemary Murphy of Bethlehem, CT and Maureen Knott of Carver, MA. Visitation will be at WHITE & DAY MORTUARY, 3215 Sepulveda Boulevard, Manhattan Beach, CA., 90266 on Monday, March 5, 2001 from 4:00PM to 8:00PM. Catholic Prayer services will be conducted at the same location on Tuesday, March 6, 2001 at 11:00 AM. Interment will be in the family plot at Calvary Cemetery in Waterbury, CT.

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  1. My dear friend, you are sorely missed. I can\’t think of a anyone more kind, generous and loving. Your heart was open to all people. Many wonderful parties at your home. Fun times together on the golf course. And, just this Christmas time, riding around looking at the lights in Palm Springs. So many good times together. I cherish the many memories. Joycie

  2. Words cannot express the sadness that I\’m sure that all of us share at Alondra Ladies Golf Club. Rosemary was a wonderful warm person, & I\’ll always remember this kind and gentle lady, she\’ll be greatly missed by all who knew her. Love, Dottie

  3. Our sympathy goes to Mary K and Ro\’s family. We loved Ro and will miss her so much. She was such a part of our lives, especially as our son Sean\’s godmother and those 25 years at Cal Fed. What wonderful memories we shall always have.

  4. Rosemary was my Godmother. Growing up, I always remember the little things she\’d do for me. On every special occasion, whether it be my birthday, or Christmas, my mom would come home from work, and say “I\’ve got something for you from Rosemary!” always something great! When we\’d visit her house, there was always something good to eat, and lots of love. She was a great person, a successful woman, and will always be very special to me. She will be missed. Sean

  5. Words cannot express our saddness. Our love and prayers go out to MaryK. We hold on to our memories, so that our beloved friend RoseMary will live forever in our hearts. You were the epitomy of all that is good, caring and gentle. God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best. God\’s Blessings upon you special lady. Until we meet again. Love, Nan and RoseAnne

  6. Ro my little Italian mama I will always remember your warm heart and loving ways… I will miss you but always have a wonderful feeling in my heart filled with love for you… My love and sympathies to Mary Kay I love You…..Jo Ann

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