Rosemary F. Csapo (UPDATED SERVICE)
1930 ∼ 2019
Karin Levinson of Los Angeles, CA wrote:
Rosemary exemplified all that was good and compassionate in people. She was a surrogate mom to me and to so many of her children’s friends. I will always cherish her and thank her for profoundly impacting my childhood in the best possible way. She was a force of nature and had the most beautiful heart. With love - Karin
Mary Curley of Norwalk, CT wrote:
Rosemary offered me a lifeline at a time when I was most in need. I was awe of her beautiful, boisterous family and was lucky enough to be welcomed for many holidays and family occasions over the years. She was that rare person, a true individual and beautiful soul. God bless the Csapo family.
Courtney Greene Tomaselli of Watertown, MA wrote:
Rosemary was truly one in a million. She had a sparkle all her own, a killer sense of humor, and an equally admirable sense of style. Her vivaciousness and love of life are demonstrated in each of her beautiful children—and her loving grandchildren. My fond affection and sincere condolences to the family. XOXO
Jean M Griffin of Newtown, CT wrote:
Rosemary will always be part of my story. Our summers On Fairfield Beach were spent swimming, clamming, and sailing. Rosemary was always out there with all the kids. She was strong and raised 6 amazing kids. Love you all. Jean
Tony Catapano of Milford, CT wrote:
Rest in peace. A good soul gone to heaven.
billie j sullivan of Vineyard Haven, MA wrote:
Missing you everyday Mom. You touched so many lives.
Sandy (Senderak) George of Weston, CT wrote:
I am saddened by the loss of my grammar and high school classmate. We were lifelong friends.
Doreen Neugebauer Kasper of Milford, Ct wrote:
Rosemary and her children were not only neighbors growing up, but friends! Birthday parties, sleepovers, fun on Fairfield Beach, lots of laughs, all because of Rosemarys warm giving heart. Our family is saddened by the loss of this kind woman, and our love, thoughts, and prayers go out to all of you❤️
Alyssa L Israel of Fairfield, CT wrote:
I was always inspired by your mom's energy, her vibrant and independent spirit, and her joy in creating a bustling household of children, friends, family and animals. I am so grateful to your mom for welcoming me into your home as a child and including me in all of your family's activities and celebrations well into adulthood. Such wonderful and memorable times! Wishing you peace, love and togetherness as you celebrate your mom's life and mourn her passing. Love, Alyssa
Charlotte of Quincy, Ma wrote:
Part of my memories of Fairfield Beach include Rosemary, tan and smiling as always... Her family is a tribute to her, leaving a legacy to carry her positive influence in this world forward. Prayers and love to all-Charlotte
Edward J Csapo of Longmont, CO 80504 wrote:
Mother to me, my sister and all of our friends. She gave food and shelter to any persons in relationship to her children. She was a person that expanded on her terms,and went to battle for family when needed,changed as needed to her surroundings and never excluded anyone when in her process, she would invite them in lets go and do this or that, whats next, scrabble, fishing , clamming. EXPLORER, ADVENTURE.
thomas kowalski of vineyard haven mass wrote:
Tammy & Billie Jean Very sorry for your loss!
joan E. Kleinknecht of Fairfield, Ct wrote:
My heart goes out to each one of rosemary's devoted children...Our Lord now has a most precious and lovely angel to treasure..and I am certain He will put her to work helping and guiding so ,any Souls who need help today..Your Mom was beyond a Saint..I always admired her from a distance and even when she was Miss Bridgeport..she was a Lady..and one of the finest mothers on Earth/ I look forward to meeting her some day..you are all in my prayers..now carry on as she expects you to do..she is smiling down on you..keep talking to her!!!!!!!!!!!! Love, "Miss Kleinknecht"
Dana and Gayle Littlefield/Hair Garden of Boynton Beach, Fla. wrote:
So sad to just see this. We send our sincere love to all of you, your Mom was a favorite of ours, a dear friend and loving woman. God Bless her and welcome her with open arms and a fishing pole❣️So very sorry for your loss. Dana and Gayle xxoo
Edward J Csapo of Longmont wrote: