Our deepest condolences to Gina and the family. We are sorry to hear about the passing of Eugene. Our prayers are with you. – Brian, Dennis, Peter and the Seneca Global Team.
REST IN PEACE MR ROSIO. YOU ACHEIVED THE DREAM AND LIVED A "WONDERFUL LIFE". BE IT FFA, MECHANICS OR FATHERLY ADVISE-YOU WERE LOVED AND RESPECTED.
Great teacher and person in Agriculture and FFA lots of memories in his class he was a character with a smile, and boy those FFA meetings I will never forget class of 1969.
A great teacher, Autos 1992-1993 MCHS East campus. One of the teachers that you always remember. The world could use many more Rosio's in it!
Dad, Cant begin to tell you how much you mean to me. Can not begin to tell you thank your for teaching me all that you have . I am a much stronger person then I ever realized. Having to take c are of Mom and the Guardianship of you in these last few years has shown me how much I am alot like u both. I'm stubborn and willful and at times I can be quite the handful, but I know in the end this is exactly how u wanted me to be. My own person with my own mind and decision making. I hope I have honored your passing in a way you would be proud. Sit back and watch the show Dad this is all for you!
I love you and I will never forget you!
sleep well Daddy
Rest in peace Uncle Gene...
He was a wonderful grandpa who would not be swayed by his stubborn grandchildren in no hurry to learn English. By golly, he wanted to communicate with us! Starting with Spanish-English tapes being played in lieu of an alarm clock every morning, followed by quizzes, and an opportunity to eat from a purple plastic plate for the day if we passed! He would use every opportunity to say (and chuckle), "it's cold enough to freeze a brass monkey's balls off," and it is not lost on me that he passed during a Winter when he had many, many opportunities to use that line and chuckle.
A loved ones passing is never easy. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
You will be missed Mr Rosio thanks for the great memories!!!
Of all the teachers I had at MCHS, Mr. Rosio was by far my favorite. You will be missed, you "old bird".
RIP Rose. He was my favorite teacher, and saw potential in me that I didn't. I miss him.
Doug Fowler - McHenry East Campus 1981-1985
Rest In Peace Mr Rosio "Rose". My life would not be the same without your teachings. MCHS East Class of 1983
Every time I would spend the night with AMY, I remember her Dad with a big smile on his face, just like the picture posted here. I know that he loved his kids & grandkids and I am sending Hugs to all. May your happy memories make your grief less painful to endure.
RIP Mr Rosio, McHenry East 1973-1975 David Hess
So remember Gene as a colleague and teacher. I wish him a sweet passing and the best to the wonderful family he created. Linda Usrey Retired MCHS
My condolence to his family. He was a student favorite and had a great sense of humor. RIP!
Dear Rosio Family,
When the Lord calls our loved ones home, he leaves a gift of memories in exchange. Hold on to those memories, and let them guide you during this time of sadness.
Trish (former student of Mr. Rosio)
He lived a long and fulfilling life with good people surrounding him. The fond memories will live on and his smile when he saw me will always be remembered.
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.