Douglas Rose

Schiller Park, Illinois


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Douglas Charles Rose, 65, of Schiller Park and formerly of Elmhurst, at peace November 3, 2017. Devoted husband to Maria Rose nee Marinelli; loving father to Alexander and Savannah; beloved son to Elaine Rose and the late Edward C. Rose; cherished brother to Nancy Jean Rose, the late Edward...

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To the Rose family; I grew up with Doug in 6th grade I wore his jersey number and it was good luck for me to this day ! He was always a bright and thoughtful person we would ride the train home almost every nite when he lieved in Berkeley . Then play darts at the spring inn his family were always nice to be around his brother Ed was a great guy
I will remember those gone by days elmhusrt used to be !

I just learned last night of Doug's passing and am so sorry for your loss. I met Doug at the Spring Inn in the 80's and he was always the life of the party and a good friend. Have not seen him in years but will always carry good thoughts of him. Rest in peace.

I am so sorry to hear of Doug's passing. We moved behind the Roses when we were in high school. Doug was in my class and Ed was in my sisters. A wonderful family. Prayers for peace and good memories to cherish always to all of you.

So very sorry to hear about Doug, prayers to you and your family, Noel Exiner. Bartz

I just learned of and am saddened to hear of Doug's passing. My twin and I met Doug in grade school, when The Rose family moved onto Washington in Elmhurst and we moved onto Euclid. Recalling silly and fond childhood memories!

I am sorry for your loss.

Nancy I think about you everyday and pray you are okay. Hopefully your mom and friends can surround you at this time. I will see you in January or let me know if you need me sooner❤

I just learned of Doug's death and I am very saddened by this news. Doug was a great guy and a tremendous attorney. I am also an attorney and grew up just two doors south of Doug and the Rose Family but I am two years younger than him.

I remember competing against Doug when I was young in Basketball and learned a great deal from him.

I am so saddened by his passing and I wish I could be in attendance at the Service but previous engagements prevent me from being...

My deepest sympathy to you Nancy, Elaine and family. I will always remember Doug as that handsome young man I met 22 Year's ago. May God help you through this. Love, Edna Mae

To my beloved brother, Doug:
Love and laughter is eternal!
I am blessed to have shared so many cherished moments of laughter and tears with you in the last several months as you said your earthly good-bye. I was so inspired at how you looked at death as a new adventure.
When all your brothers die, you lose a part of your past, your present, and your future.. Oh, my three dear brothers, how I will miss your earthly presence, but you will always live on in my heart.