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Joan T. Rose Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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November 18, 2015
I was so sorry to hear of Joan's passing and the loss of your dad as well. Joan was a delight. She was bright and cheerful even though life had dealt her a nasty hand. Dad sat quietly at her side. It was my pleasure and joy to serve as one of her nurses. She will always be a memory for me. She touched people, even when she was terribly ill. You are all in my prayers.
Linda Martin Mugar 4
November 13, 2015
Kevin and Cora, I'm so sorry to hear of your parents passing. How tragic to suffer both at the same time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time. All our best to you. Bob and Brenda Morrissey
November 13, 2015
Scott,
So sorry to hear of your loss. My sincere sympathy and my thought are with you at this sad time.
Jeri Sadlier, Control 7, Inc.
November 11, 2015
To Joan, Jean and family, Kevin and Cora, Scott and family,

Jim and I were both stunned when we learned that Joan was suffering with terminal cancer, and doubly stunned to learn of the untimely passing of Freddie. Some things in life are just so hard to understand. Although they were with you all for so many years, it doesn't matter. It is never long enough: always too soon. No one is ever ready for such losses and we realize that these losses have touched you deeply.

Jim and I will miss both Joan and Freddie, but will remember them for their care and generosity. We will especially remember how after our son-in-law Michael died, Joan and Freddie attended, for several years, the memorial golf tournament set up to help families of cancer patients who were in crisis: a most caring thing to do for the recipients of this benefit, as well as for us and our daughter, Joanne. Joan and Freddie also showed up at Cape Cod Hospital when Jim had his first heart attack and both sat with me during those difficult hours. It was a great comfort to me and to Jim and we will never forget the kindness and caring extended to us at that time. Joan was a wonderful companion to us when Auntie Elizabeth was in and out of rehab and nursing homes during her final years. She made many trips with us to visit and to take Liz to lunch and a ride to help relieve the monotony of being inside all the time. We especially had fun at one home participating in Bingo games on Sundays.

It is hard to believe that they are no longer with us. You have lost a wonderful mother and father, grandmother and grandfather, and we have lost dear and good cousins and friends. We shall miss them.

Our sympathy and love go out to all of you.