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Roselyn Ann Fedeli, 96 of Clermont, Florida passed away on March 27, 2017 at Mike Conley Hospice House. She is preceded in death by her husband, Mario Fedeli; son, William Fedeli; mother and father, Ann Carrano and Dominick Macharoli; great grandson Jonathan Fedeli. She is survived by her sons, Robert, Ronald and Richard Fedeli and her daughter, Mar-Lynn Giannettino. She leaves nine grandchildren; Dawn, James, Nicholas, Ian, Alex, Amber, Thomas, Kate and Andrew, seven great-grandchildren; Billy, Terry, Emmalyn, Owen, Cadence Mia, Christopher and Liam and two great great grandchildren; Milania Grace and Giavanna Rose.

Roselyn was born August 20, 1920 in Bridgeport, Connecticut and attended Bridgeport schools, graduating in 1938 from Central High School. As a young girl she focused on dance, becoming an accomplished acrobatic dancer. Roselyn enjoyed sketching, painting in pastel water colors and occasionally, oils. She enjoyed sharing her work with family and friends. Roselyn continued painting throughout her life; flowers becoming her favorite subject. She had a public showing of her work at the Waterbury Library in Connecticut in 2005. Roselyn was an animal lover. She had dogs, cats, birds, and horses. Korky, a Bichon Frise was one of her favorite dogs and Marley, an Old English Sheepdog was her last and most loved dog.

She married in 1941 and soon became busy raising a family. Roselyn enjoyed her life as the daughter, wife, and mother of theatrical stagehands. She lived in West Palm Beach and Okeechobee in the eighties, returning to Connecticut to live with her daughter and grandchildren. She was well loved and will be greatly missed.