Rosalee Scuderi Crohn

August 1, 1935 - January 12, 2020
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Rosalee Scuderi Crohn passed on Jan 12, 2020
Born to Nicholas and Vitina Calia in 1935 in St. Louis, Mo.
Preceded in death by her parents, her siblings Pauline and Joe and her husbands Gasper Scuderi, of 37 years, and Richard Crohn, of 20 years.
Rosalee had a vivacious zest of life, passion for travel, excitement for boating, fishing, scuba diving and dancing. She was an avid mahjong and bridge player. Our mother never knew a stranger which resulted in an abundance of loving friends. 
Her motto was “La Dolce Vita” to live a sweet life!
Through the years Rosalee volunteered her time working with autistic children in Jefferson City, Mo. helped to support SPARCC in Sarasota, Fl. She belonged to the Southbay community for 30 years, the Venice Yacht Club, where she explored with her Bahamas Travel Group. Later she achieved the title of being the “first” women captain, as she piloted her own vessel. She regularly attended Our Lady of Mount Carmel and in 2016 became part of the Bellacina by Casey Key community.
Rosalee is survived by her sister Rose Carlyle (Bill), her daughters: Lillian Jackson (David), Anita Aiello (Steve), Theresa Scuderi, Maria Scuderi, Sandy Schabb (Mike), Amy Newman (Brian) and son Bob Crohn (Rica).
Grandchildren: Stephen Aiello (Saina), Nicole Greiner (Justin), Anthony Aiello (Michelle), Jessica Felton (Ryan), Elizabeth Griffith (Brian), Joe Crohn (Emily), Sara Herbert (Mike), Adam Crohn, Melissa Newman, Erick Newman.
and 13 great-grandchildren.
A church service will be held Jan 24th at 10am at:
Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Osprey, Fl. 
In lieu of flowers Memorials gifts may be made to:
Tidewell Hospice 5955 Rand Boulevard, Sarasota, Fl. 34238.
Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary 7101 Palmer Blvd. Sarasota, Fl. 34232 or 
SPARCC Safe Place, sparcc.net

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Service Information

Date: Friday, January 24, 2020

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church

Address:

425 S. Tamiami Trail, , Osprey, FL, 34229

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Born: August 1, 1935
Died: January 12, 2020

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Chume Retchkiman posted on 8/31/20

My condolences to the Scuderi family, we were friends for a long time We met at Ixtapa Mexico, Rosalie was a wonderful and kind person, may God take care of her and the family. I just found out. I am deeply touched

 

Chume Retchkiman posted on 8/31/20

My condolences to the Scuderi family, we were friends for a long time We met at Ixtapa Mexico, Rosalie was a wonderful and kind person, may God take care of her and the family. I just found out. I am deeply touched

 

John and Karin Oliver posted on 2/26/20

Wonderful memories of Aunt Rosalie at the lake house at the Ozarks teaching us to water ski behind the old black boat. They used to play this game with a candle that was funny. Playing on the tire swing and eating mogued chicken. Miss you and love you you. We will forever keep you in our hearts. God Bless,

 

John and Karin Oliver posted on 2/26/20

Many great memories with the Scuderi’s in the Ozarks when we were young. Aunt Rosalee would teach us all to ski behind the old black boat. They used to play this game with a candle and it was so funny. We miss you Aunt Rosalee and will forever hold you in our hearts ♥️

 

Sheila Williams posted on 1/24/20

Elizabeth, I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family. ❤️

 

Tatjana posted on 1/21/20

Prayers to the family. She was a lovely woman who left a great impression on everyone she met.

 

Maria Scuderi posted on 1/21/20

Today I was offered a piece of cobbler and instantly it took me back to the time at the Lake when you would send me out to pick wild blackberries that you would then turn into the most delicious homemade blackberry cobbler.

 

Julie Friedman posted on 1/19/20

Rosalie was one of the kindest ladies I have known. May memories of her comfort her family.

 

LOUISE DI VECCHIO posted on 1/19/20

MY DEAR FRIEND I WILL MISS YOU. I PRAY THAT YOU ARE WITH GASPER AND ARE AT PEACE. I WILL KEEP YOU IN MY PRAYERS MAY GOD BLESS YOU MY DEAR FRIEND LOUISE DI VECCHIO

 

Maria Scuderi posted on 1/18/20

I miss you tremendously and love you from infinity and beyond!

 

Mary and John Mason posted on 1/16/20

We are very saddened with the loss of Rosalee. She was a light in our lives that will be missed. Our thoughts are with the family.

 

Badri Kowsari posted on 1/15/20

Long ago a wonderful lady called me and said“ I heard that you are related to my grand son’s wife and I like to meet you “ that was beginning of our great friendship. I am going to miss our early dinners on Sundays and family gatherings which she included me when it was in her house. So, Rest In Peace my wonderful friend, you will be forever in my heart and thoughts ❤️

 

Curt and Marian Bridges posted on 1/15/20

We had the privilege of meeting Rosalee years ago on the Osage River in Missouri. Our dear friend, Anita proudly introduced us to her Mom. We have shared many laughs and great times. There are no words to take away the sadness, but this comes simply to let you know we wish you strength and comfort in the days ahead. Love and prayers for the family 💖💖

 

Sondra Cantor posted on 1/15/20

I will miss you terribly. I have so many fond memories of our good times. All the Leo special occasions , all the many years of MahJongg. All of us in various kitchens pitching in. You including me for a family Thanksgiving when I was alone. The wonderful trip the 8 of us took. My dear Rosalee you will be sorely missed. We have all suffered a terrible loss but we will always have the good times to remember. Love you😢❤️

 

Maria Scuderi posted on 1/15/20

For anyone reading this my mom requested that people do not spend money on flowers but instead donate to one of three of her favorite places which we will post tomorrow with her other information. Thank you.

 

John, Danielle & Cheryl Harchuck posted on 1/13/20

So happy she is not in pain anymore

 

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