Rosemarie Danelian Kalemkiarian

Los Angeles, California

1927 - 2020


Los Angeles, California


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April 14, 1927 - February 5, 2020 Rosemarie passed away on February 5 at her home in La Jolla, CA. She was born in Evanston, Illinois, to Jack and Siranoush Danelian. Her parents were survivors of the Armenian Genocide. Settling in Hollywood, she graduated from Hollywood HS in 1945. A proud...

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When you think about Aunty Rosemarie you instantly smile and you get excited. You never know what she is going to say or offer. Much to our surprise she always had something insightful to share and elaborate on. Her intentions were clear and her message was promising. She connected well with those that loved her and appreciated what she was about. Extremely smart and determined. If there was a topic or subject that she was passionate about you will lose if the conversation elevates and if...

I so loved bantering with this fine lady over the politics of the country and California. She was always staying well informed.
Rosemarie had one of the "greenist thumbs" I have ever seen and her gardens have been magnificent.
Her hospitality could not be surpassed. My sympathies to Paul and the families.

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My Aunt Rosemarie lived a very fulfilling life. Her number one joy was to give, help and share her views so others could advance in there own loves. I never met anyone like this. Her passion and dedication to her friends, family and life was something quite special. Even to the very end of her life she only had positive ideas on her mind. Always ready to listen and always ready to fire back. The legacy she leaves behind is one that will be with us forever. Everywhere she went you could...

Tuve el privilegio de trabajar en su casa, me vienen muchas memorias a la mente, recuerdo muchas de sus platicas interesantes, su amor por la cocina, le encantaba escuchar música, leer su periódico y mirar las noticias, siempre acompañada de su Esposo y su rico cafe, descanse en paz Sra. Bonita .

Please know that your loss is shared by all who knew her- what an amazing woman, and look at the amazing family she begat! Sharon and Becca, I see so much of you in her face in this picture! I always loved and admired her strong spirit and strong intellect, which she also bequeathed to you. She lives on in you- may her memory always be a blessing to all of you. Sending love to all. P2+++

This is for Paul "Kal," PVHS 1976. So sorry to hear of your Mom's passing, Paul. Keep your memories close to your heart, brother. I just lost my mom back in November.

This is for Paul "Kal," PVHS class of '76. So sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. I just lost my Mom in November. Keep your memories close to your heart, brother.

A dear friend for over 50 years, Rosemarie will be missed and never forgotten. I'll see you again in the 'yonder ~