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Rosemary  Gratkins
In Memory of
Rosemary Agnes Gratkins
1933 - 2017
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The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.

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Condolence From: Catherine Stewart
Condolence: Jack, John and Eileen I am truly sorry for your lose. Rosemary was one extraordinary women and it pains me very much to not have had the opportunity to say goodbye in person. Rosemary was like another grandmother to me, and I felt like we had a special connection. Growing up I remember just always wanting to hug her, sit with her, and just be around her. And she treated me like her own child at times and I could not have asked for more. Rosemary is always in my heart, and even though I can not attend the ceremonies I will be there in spirit with her and telling her how much I admired her. She will never be forgotten. I love you Rosemary and you will always be in my heart. Gone but never forgotten..
Monday January 30, 2017
Condolence From: Grace
Condolence: My dear sister I will miss you so very much. Your family was always your main focus and I was very happy to be part of that family'. My love always to Jack, Eileen and John. Grace
Sunday January 29, 2017
Condolence From: Sandy
Condolence: Uncle Jack, Eileen and John, I am so sorry for your loss -- for our loss! Your Mom was my "celebrity crush" from the time I first met her. I hung on her every word and followed her like a puppy. From the early days she talked to me like I was a person, not a kid. And we always could talk even though I moved away and saw her infrequently. While she was fine with my moving, she never forgave me for taking "that nephew" so far away!

Your Mom was caring and devoted to family and to you, especially to you. In two minutes she would bring me up to date on what you were doing and how proud of you she was.

She was wonderful.

My love to you at this sad time. Sandy, Randy and Alex
Friday January 27, 2017
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