In Memory

Roseanne Evans (Maltagliati) - Class Of 1963

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rosanne (Evans) Maltagliati, 74, of the Brookfield section of White Township, Belvidere, NJ, passed away on Monday, January 27, 2020 at the Hackettstown Regional Medical Center after a short illness.

Born on May 16, 1945 in Jersey City, NJ, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Angela Evans. Rosanne had lived in Mt. Olive, NJ for 36 years before moving to Brookfield 12 years ago.

Surviving are her husband of 52 years, Jack; two sons, Michael and his wife Joanne and Justin; two grandchildren, Julia and Michael.

Rosanne was a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother.

For many years she had worked side by side with her husband at their family business. Rosanne was also an avid antique lover and had managed the Chester Carousel Store, Chester, NJ.

Rosanne enjoyed vacationing at Cape May, NJ.  She enjoyed spending time with her children and especially her grandchildren, who were the delight of her life.

 



 
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02/02/20 04:23 PM #1    

Henry Hensel (1963)

Oh My, I am truly saddened at this news. My school days come flowing back and I remember the "quietness" of Roseanne. There was never enough time to chat with her and Jack at reunions but seeing her at them was a lift. 


02/03/20 08:06 AM #2    

Charles "Bud" Cuttito (1963)

Jack... My deepest sympathy on the loss of Roseanne.... my memories were she was always friendly and easy to talk to.... my prayers are with you......Bud


02/03/20 10:15 AM #3    

Ray Pompilio (1963)

Very sorry to hear this. My best tothe entire family--may you remember all the good times.

Ray Pompilio

 

 


02/03/20 03:25 PM #4    

Sherrie Trede (Black) (1963)

Saddens me to learn that Rosanne has passed. We were close friends when we were children. She was a member of my Brownie troop and we often played together. She holds a special place in my memory and my heart.


02/03/20 09:23 PM #5    

Lois Matarazzo (Radin) (1963)

I am so sorry to read this post today - I want to extend my deepest condolences to Rosanne’s family - she was such a special person and a good friend.  I remember her as if I had seen her yesterday.  She was beautiful inside and out - always smiling, always supportive and caring -  with fabulous hair.  She knew how to listen and truly hear what you were saying - a rare talent.    We were twirlers together and I still laugh as we used to go through the formations for the football games and some members of the band - my lips are sealed - would try to knock us down with their instruments - such great fun.  I have thought of her so many times over the years - she was so special.  


02/03/20 10:03 PM #6    

Sue Fox (Zayas) (1963)

Jeff and I were so sad to hear the news about Roseanne. A beautiful friend, happy, quiet, funny and that special smile. Our hearts go out to her family. She is now a special Star watching over us every night. Look up and smile.  Sue + Jeff Zayas


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