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In Memory

Roseann Scola (Camilli)

Roseann Scola (Camilli)


Roseann is survived by her husband Tom Camillie and four beautiful children.  Christine, Antoinette,Tom Jr. and Julie.  They gave her seven grandchildren which she adored. 

She attended Lincoln Elementary, then Washington Jr. High when her parents moved to the north side.  Roseann went on to beautician school after graduation and worked as a beautician till she married Tom Camilli.  She was a great Mom, grandmother
and friend to so many of us.  

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05/09/10 01:30 PM #1    

Jacqueline Odar (Granger)

 I remember the laughter as we walked home from Washington Jr. High School.  We would walk down the steps at Washington Bowl; Roseann would turn left to go home and we would turn right.  We usually carried our little, gym suitcases.  One day Roseann had to sit on her suitcase, because we were laughing so hard.  Why do I remember that - I have no idea.  But, even now, I am smiling.


04/20/11 10:32 AM #2    

Rita Martino (Ginocchio)


Roseann...you were always such fun to be around* I remember your quiet but wicked sense of humor and that you that always looked so well groomed and put together* One day in particular Cassie (Sartor) and I were standing with you at a bus stop and we asked what color lipstick you were wearing*  You replied that it wasn't just one shade but that you put on three* My eyebrows went up with that answer, "three"?  What?!? Why?? Your reply was that you could not find the exact color in a single lipstick but by blending the 3 together you now had what you wanted* At the time I thought that was crazy but guess what Roseann ...now I do too ! You made a believer out of me* It was such a small thing but spoke volumes that you were not the type of person who would settle for anything that did not make you happy nor should we* The memory of that one particular incident stays with me even today and I will always remember you not only as a warm and funny person but someone who thought outside of the box and did not let convention tell you what was right or wrong* When we look back on our high school years, your name will always be synonymous with the precious but little time we shared before darting out into the world to seek our future* Above all, I hope your journey was a life fulfilled*

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