Rosemary Soldiviero
FUNERAL HOME
Clavin Funeral Home
7722 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY
Rosemary Soldiviero Head nurse & infection control specialist, 'always put family first' Rosemary Soldiviero passed away on July 3rd, at the age of 70. Rosemary was born on Staten Island and grew up in Rosebank with her parents, Rose and Gus, and their close extended family. She met her husband, Jack, after being set up on a blind date by mutual friends. They married in 1982 and moved to Carroll Gardens and then Park Slope in Brooklyn. After the birth of their son, Nicholas, they settled in Bay Ridge and lived on 81st Street since 1990. Rosemary became a registered nurse after graduating from Beth Israel School of Nursing in 1972. She practiced bedside nursing at Doctor's Hospital of Staten Island and rose to the position of Head Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit. Rosemary loved providing direct care to patients. She received her Bachelor of Nursing from The University of the State of New York in 1983, and transitioned to infection control – first working at Elmhurst Hospital, then Beth Israel Medical Center, Long Island College Hospital and Maimonides Medical Center. Rosemary always put family first, caring intensely for her husband and son and her late parents. In the family tradition of her parents and grandparents, Rosemary was a lifelong New York Yankees fan. She also loved dogs including her childhood Dachshund, Simon, her late Yorkshire Terrier, Max and her Terrier-mix, Hope. She was a member of Saint Anselm Parish. Rosemary will be deeply missed. Friends and family will be received at Clavin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue in Brooklyn on Thursday July 8th from 6 to 8:30pm. A funeral mass will be held at Saint Anselm Church on Friday July 9th at 9:45am followed by interment of ashes at Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Rosemary's memory to The Ehlers Danlos Society, an organization that advances research, education and support for individuals, like Rosemary, with Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS), hypermobility spectrum disorders (HSD), and related conditions.
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Published by Staten Island Advance from Jul. 6 to Jul. 7, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Jul
8
Visitation
6:00p.m. - 8:30p.m.
Clavin Funeral Home
7722 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Jul
9
Funeral Mass
9:45a.m.
Saint Anselm Church
, NY
Jul
9
Interment
Greenwood Cemetery
, NY
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When I was growing up Rosemary was very quiet. When we would get together at Aunt Lucy and Uncle Joes house on 72nd street in Brooklyn we always had a great time, but it wasn’t until my cousin Dom’s Christmas party where we really had such wonderful time with Rosemary and Jack, Rosemary will always be in are hearts Nancy and Domenic Proscia
Domenic Proscia
July 7, 2021
From our Beth Israel reunion in 2017
Wendy Mandelkorn
Friend
July 6, 2021
I met Rosemary way back, when we were student nurses at Beth Israel. We hit it off immediately, and have been in touch throughout the years. Rosemary was a very special person, and always had a sweet and caring nature. She had been through a lot in the past year, but she maintained a positive attitude, and said she was taking one day at a time. She spoke often of Jack and Nicholas, and got a lot of pleasure from their dog, Hope. Sending my sincerest condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad and difficult time. Rest in peace, dear Rosemary.
Wendy Mandelkorn
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July 6, 2021
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