Rose Virginia Ochylski
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Rose Virginia Ochylski

Clinton Township - Rose Virginia Ochylski, 90 of Clinton Township, MI, died on Friday, November 13, 2020. She was born January 8,1930 to the late Stanley and Anna (Ptak) Pierog. Preceded in death by her husband Raymond Alphons Ochylski. Loving mother of Raymond (Neneth) Ochylski, Robert (Ivette) Ochylski, Fr. Ronald Ochylski, Richard (Lori) Ochylski, Ralph (Janene) Ochylski, Rose Ann (DJ) Herron, Roger (Mike) Ochylski, Rene (Jim) Gibson. Grandmother of 13 and great-grandmother of 8. Also survived by brother Stanley Pierog. Rose was a loving mother and was very proud of her family. She traveled with her sons to many parts of the world and fulfilled her dream of living in Las Vegas. She was a faithful Catholic. Her family will be gathering for a funeral Mass. Your prayers are very much appreciated.

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Published in Detroit Free Press & The Detroit News from Nov. 17 to Nov. 18, 2020.
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November 27, 2020
I've only known Rose through her wonderful son, Fr Ron. His sermons often related the deep and abiding love for Christ and family that she instilled in him. His words made me feel like I knew her. I did. I cheered when she got to see him celebrate mass for the first time via streaming. I knew her without ever meeting her in person.
The pain of losing one's mum is indescribable. I pray that you find strength in these difficult times. Please know that I am with you in spirit every step of the way.
You will be missed deeply, dear Rose. I believe that you now are in great company.
November 26, 2020
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Luis Munoz
November 25, 2020
Rose, wow, such accomplishments in her life on this earth .

After her husband’s death she raised the eight children, and these went on to have 13 children, and up til now 8 great-grandchildren.

What a legacy!!

May Our Dear Lord welcome you into heaven.

November 25, 2020
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Michael Lee Schneider
November 23, 2020
Missing someone dear to us is difficult but it does get easier. Because even though each day is one day further from the last time you saw each other, it's also one day closer to the next time you will. May God hold Rose in His glory until then.
Barbara Lahuerta
November 23, 2020
May Roses soul rest in the peace of the Lord.

My prayers go to her numerous family too and especially to Fr. Ron, our Parish Priest here in Madrid, that he may have the spiritual strength needed in heart breaking times like these.

My most sincere condolences and blessings to you all from Spain.
Blanca Castro
November 23, 2020
God Bless you Rose. Thank you for raising a great priest in Fr. Ron. We were blessed to be at his parish for 3 years in Spain. For all those grieving at this time:

May the road rise to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
The rains fall soft upon your fields.

May green be the grass you walk on,
May blue be the skies about you,
May pure be the joys that surround you,
May true be the hearts that love you.

And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of his hand.
Michelle & Tony Nowak and family
November 22, 2020
I read once:
When she arrives to the gates of heaven she is escorted directly to our Lord. Our Lord says to the woman – “I have given you life, what have you given to me?'” She hands him the maniturgium and responds, “I have given you my son as a priest.” At this Jesus grants her entry into paradise.
May the Merciful Lord welcome her into his Kingdom of peace.
Maria Jose Garcia
November 18, 2020
My very deepest sympathy to Rose Virginia, passing away at her beautifull age of 90, to her many family and in particular to Fr Ron, my beloved Priest.
Alberto Santandreu
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