Rosemarie A. Natario

April 20, 1939 - December 27, 2021
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Obituary

Rosemarie Natario, 82, of Ludlow, was resting comfortably at home when she passed away on December 27.  Born in upstate NY in April of 1939, she was the daughter of John and Anna and older sister of Joanna.  She was a dental hygienist for over 40 years, and enjoyed time with her family, friends and neighbors.  Throughout her life she always helped family and friends, and those who were lucky enough to know her, knew her as a kind and giving person.  She married Alexander, her long time husband and raised four children Charles, Pam, Robert and Margaret.  She was a member of St. Elizabeth Catholic Parish in Ludlow and active with the Ladies of St. Anne for many years.   Rosemarie is survived by her sister Joanna, her four children, six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

A funeral Mass will be held in St. Elizabeth Catholic Church on Tuesday, January 4th at 10:00 AM, with burial in Island Pond Cemetery following Mass.  In lieu of flowers, the Natario family is asking that donations be made to the Ladies of St. Anne.

 

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Service Information

Date: Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Time: 10:00 am

Catholic Community of Saint Elizabeth

Address:

181 Hubbard Street, Ludlow, MA, 1056

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A funeral Mass will be held in St. Elizabeth Catholic Church on Tuesday, January 4th at 10:00 AM, with burial in Island Pond Cemetery following Mass.


Donation Information

In lieu of flowers, the Natario family is asking that donations be made to the Ladies of St. Anne.


 

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Born: April 20, 1939
Died: December 27, 2021

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Dr. Kevin Coughlin posted on 1/3/22

Rose your kindness and dedication to our patients and your family will always be remembered. It was an honor to work with you and to know you and your family.

 

Debi Jorge posted on 1/3/22

To Pam and family. Rose was a kind and wonderful person. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Michael A Natario posted on 1/2/22

To Chuck, Pam, Rob(Din) and Margaret. We are so sorry about the loss of you mom. We always had fun growing up, playing in the field, swimming and more. Please accept our condolences. We will miss you Auntie Rose. Love Your Family Michael and Beverly Natario

 

Tom & Heather Regan posted on 1/1/22

To the entire Natario Family, we are so sorry for the loss of your beloved mom. She was the sweetest person who was loved by all very much. May your memories of her help you through this difficult time. May she rest in eternal peace. With love and sympathy to all, Tom & Heather Regan

 

Corine, Jack and Alyse posted on 1/1/22

So sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Rose. Even though we have not been in touch, we will always remember her kindness, especially to Alyse when she was young. She passed on the anniversary of my mom's death. I am sure my mom will be waiting for her.

 

Diane Kemsley posted on 1/1/22

Dear Margaret, Your mother sounds like she was very beloved by everyone she touched. Our hearts and minds are with you and your family at this time of loss. May this new year be one of healing. Sincerely, Diane and Chuck

 

Rob, Aileen , Sami Terzi posted on 12/31/21

Mrs. Natario left a lasting impression in all our lives. A wonderful soul with a bright personality. We will miss you Rose, Heaven gets another Angel. Thank You for everything….,

 

Jim and Celeste A. Chenier posted on 12/31/21

Dinn and family, we are so sorry for your loss. I loved your Mom after getting to know her back in the day when she was my dental hygienist in Springfield. She also belonged to our Ladies of St. Anne Sodality when it was active. We went to lunch a few times and I enjoyed our conversations. One of our common interests was gardening and I brought her one of my butterfly bushes. She often raved about how beautiful it had become in her yard. Please let me know if there is anything that I can do for you. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.....❤

 

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