Rosemarie Guerriero, (Moscato) of Revere for 51 years, age 80, on April 9th. Beloved wife of Nicholas for 50 years. Mother of Anthony Thomas Guerriero of Lynnfield and Rosanne Guerriero of Reading. Loving granddaughter of the late Rosina Moscato.
Also Survived by her 2 grandchildren, Karina Rose Olson and Nicholas Anthony Guerriero; her daughter-in-law Diana Ubinas; and her son-in-law Jim Olson, Jr. Rosemarie grew-up in Everett and was a life-long educator who taught at the Chandler School for Women in Boston, St. Rose High School in Chelsea, and Everett High School. She was a graduate of Everett High School, Salem State College and Boston University.Rosemarie was a wonderful family-centered woman who gave her children and grand- children unconditional love. In her later years, her grandchildren
was blessed with a wonderful family, content in her surroundings, and didn’t have a care in the world. It is those thoughts that console us. We too are blessed to have had her as our mother. We learned from her, laughed with her and sometimes at her, and admired everything about her. Her wisdom, boundless strength, and endless optimism will continue to be guidance in our lives.
In immense sadness we are buoyed because of the wonderful woman she was, what she meant to so many, and the indelible mark she left. All that we are and all that we are not is because of Karina and Nicholas provided her with much love and joy. She greeted everyone with a smile and was always quick to offer a helping hand to any- one who might need one. Rosemarie was not just a mentor to her students but also to many of her friends and family members. She was a wonderful mother-figure known for
her kindness, warmth, generosity, and famous Italian storytelling and cooking.
Rosemarie loved the holidays, especially Christmas, and never missed a loved one’s birth- day. She will be deeply missed.
In light of the recent development with COVID-19, all funeral services will be private. A Celebration of Life Memorial mass will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in Rosemarie’s name to: The Italian Home for Children. For more information: http://www.roccofuneralhomes.com