Rosemary Vollmer
1940 - 2020
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Rosemary D. Vollmer
Rosemary D. Vollmer, loving and devoted Mother and Grandmother, passed away on August 24, 2020 surrounded by her adoring daughters. She was 80. Rosemary was born on August 2, 1940 in New York City and a longtime Greenwich resident.
Rosemary attended Elizabeth Seton School for Girls and Marymount College where she majored in English and Sociology. She also earned a second degree from New York School of Interior Design. In addition to raising her daughters and being a homemaker, Rosemary was an Interior Designer and real estate Broker. Rosemary was passionate about everything in her life especially her family, friends and rescuing dogs. She enjoyed traveling, reading, writing, shopping and celebrating holidays and milestones with her family.
Rosemary was married to Dr. Edward Vollmer on February 21, 1963 who predeceased her. Rosemary is survived by her daughters Jacqueline Vollmer-Viera (husband Marcelo) of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Melinda Zukauskas (husband John) of Greenwich, Connecticut. Rosemary was blessed with and treasured by her three grandchildren Elise, Charlie, and Liliana who will forever hold beautiful memories of her everlasting love for them.
Funeral mass to be held at 10:00 am on Thursday, August 27, 2020 at Saint Catherine of Siena Church, 4 Riverside Avenue, Riverside, Connecticut 06878 and burial immediately after at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 10 West Stevens Avenue, Hawthorne, New York 10532.
Memorial donations may be made in Rosemary's memory to OPIN (Outreach to Pets in Need) https://opinpets.org or Multiple Myeloma Foundation https://themmrf.org



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Published in Greenwich Time on Aug. 25, 2020.
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November 4, 2020
It is going to look like this is from my mom ( Jacqueline), but it isn't. I didn't get to see my Grandmother very much, But when I did see her, it was a gift. The last time I saw her alive was Valentines Day 2020. We facetimed frequently, but you always only saw her forehead. She was kind, sweet, loving, everything you could ever dream of. Long story short, we miss her so much, and will never forget the memories.
Liliana Viera
Family
August 31, 2020
Our sincerest condolences to Melinda & Jacqueline and their families during this very difficult time. May Rosemary's love for animals live on in her family. The world has lost another special animal lover. Rest in peace Rosemary. From your friends at OPIN, Outreach to Pets In Need
Jenny Colucci
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August 26, 2020
My beautiful cousin Rosemary was one of the most generous, loving, caring and upfront person in this world. Her strength, wisdom, and courage was amazing even thru her own journey of life she was always there for everyone. I remember when my mother Lucille and father Happy passed away she was the first one who called me and my sister Christine and said she loves us and what can she do for us. She was extremely devoted to her daughters Jacqueline and Melinda and love them so much and was so in love with her 3 beautiful grandchildren. My dear Cousin Rosie may you rest in peace and may god unite you with all those whom have passed along the way. My heart is broken that you have left us you will be truly missed. Love you always Rosie Teri John and Johnny and Angel.
John and Teri Tognino
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