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“So sad to hear that such a vibrant spirit has left our world. I will always remember aunt Roseanna as a very smart , savvy , dry humored, and loving...Read More ยป
1 of 2 | Posted by: Patricia Baxter - Baldwin Harbor, NY

“i will always remember and alwaya love you grandma. ”
2 of 2 | Posted by: joseph Lukawski - WINTER SPGS, FL

Rosanna Cincinelli, who passed away in hospice care on Saturday, February 18, 2017, wouldn't want to be remembered by the way a typical obituary would portray her. She'd want to be remembered by her dry sarcasm and wittiness that everyone who knew her grew to love. She'd want to be remembered by her excellent eye for style noted by her fanny pack that sat at her waist everyday as if she never took it off. She'd want to be remembered by her many tissues that she carried around or the way that she would tuck a napkin in her shirt as if she was wearing a bib before every sauce Sunday. "Little Grandma," who stood at a staggering 4 foot and a few inches will always be remembered by her daughter Bonnie Zaino, grandchildren , Christina Kane, Francine Chavez, Joseph Lukawski, and Sal Libertini, great-grandchildren, Arielle Libertini, Christopher Libertini, Samantha Kane, Kyle Kane, Teddy Chavez, Timmy Chavez, Stephanie Lukawski, Nick Lukawski, and lastly great great grandchildren, Isabella Chavez and Madison Chavez.
"Until we meet again babe."
Visitation will be held Tuesday, February 21 from 1 to 2 at 280 Mariner Boulevard. Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, February 21 at 2pm in the Brewer Chapel. Burial will be Tuesday, February 21 at 3pm at Grace Memorial Gardens.