Debbie posted a symbolic gesture
Sunday, October 18, 2020
Well, it's been a little over 3 months since you have been gone and I still can't bring myself to completely believe it. I go about my day living a normal life as best I can, but I miss you so much Rosie. I think what I have learned is that life is a gift, no matter what kind of life we have. Although some days are hard or sad there is always room for beauty and laughter. I learned that watching you. I miss you dear friend. "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart." -Helen Keller
Nikki Davey posted a condolence
Saturday, October 10, 2020
Where to start with this beautiful soul... so many beautiful, amazing , loving, Caring and down right hysterical memories with the one and only Rosalie and Jeanne . I was the sassy over talkative 8 year old bubbly blonde that lived across the street . I would wait for both of them to get home from a long day’s of work and run over before they could shut the garage door. In which they would greet me with big smiles hey Nikki and I would proceed to talk their ears off until there brief cases purses and lunch bags weighed them down or it got dark in which they would say want to come in and of course I wanted too . Then after awhile my mom would call and say is she bugging you send her home lol . Looking back and now being a working adult myself I now know they were exhausted from a long day and probably wanted to go inside and relax however , that’s the kinda of heart Rosalie had . She was always welcoming , loving , caring , Honest , strong loyal, feisty, sweet and last but not least hilarious . Her smile laugh and sense a humor was infectious!!! I couldn’t get enough of them both . She let me bug her for 30 years !!! We talked we cooked we sang we cried and more importantly we laughed (That deep pee your pants belly hurt kinda laugh) and truly had a strong love and connection for one another . She wasn’t just my neighbor she was family . She was my saving grace more then she ever knew . Jeanne too !!! I could write a book on all our memories . One of the funnest memories I had was her helping me put on a country concert at their home for my parents . She told me I could sing !! Lol bless her soul . I have a voice of a dying cow .. lol I will truly miss making new memories with her and I will hold and cherish all the memories we did have and look forward to making new ones with Jeanne. I’m so happy she had such a wonderful loving partner to go through this crazy life with . I have never seen such a love like theirs before . It truly was beautiful to see and was so comforting to be around . I’m so happy your not suffering anymore !!! You fought a long fight and never gave up . Such a strong beautiful real soul you were . Rest In Paradise and say hi to my Grammy for me and Jon and Betty too . Sing your heart beautiful! Chain chain chain !!!! I love you so much xoxo until we meet again . Ps I bet your driving the nicest BIG L hahaha
Anita Marshall posted a condolence
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Rosalie was a true friend. From day one, she took me under her wing and treated me like family. It didn't matter how many questions you had Rosalie was there to rescue me and anyone else. We talked so much about our families that we became a part of each other's family. Jeanne, I applaud you for all that you did with Rosalie. She loved you very much. We will truly miss a great person. I love my sister from another mother. God bless you Rosalie.
Jeanne Scanlon uploaded photo(s)
Monday, August 10, 2020
Rosalie, you were a part of me and will always be a part of me (the best part). You touched so many hearts and are missed by everyone who knew you.
Flor Amaya uploaded photo(s)
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
You will always be in my heart, and from here I will be your angel. Thank you for teaching so much in these 5 months. Be assured that we will sing together in the sky.
Jeanne Scanlon posted a condolence
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Ro, you fought 'till the end. You are the strongest person I ever met. You were very special and are missed more than you will ever know.
Art Healey posted a symbolic gesture
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Rosalie worked with my partner Joe Falkner at BofA for years, they were in a staff meeting in NYC and came out to find a rat on Rosalie’s desk, eating her bagel, she was a combination of angry and scared and screamed at the rat, it looked at her as if to say, get over it, we will miss her love and friendship and her tri-colored cookies. She’s singing with the angels and keeping Joe company!
Deborah Retzloff uploaded photo(s)
Friday, July 31, 2020
The last crab feed with Rosalie, Jeanne, and Carol. Rosie LOVED crab!
Deborah Retzloff lit a candle
Friday, July 31, 2020
Rosie, you fought a hard fight. I have never witnessed such toughness. You still made us laugh, planned for the future, and never took no for an answer. You are now with God, completely healthy and probably singing and playing racquetball with the angels. I will miss you more than you know my friend.
The family of Rosalie Tricarico uploaded a photo
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
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