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Rosalie A. Kistela
  • August 01, 1942
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  • December 17, 2017

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Rosalie A. Kistela, 75, of Fort Myers, Florida passed away on December 17,2017 at the Hope Hospice Shell Point. She was born August 1, 1942 in Brooklyn New York to the late Ann Pignataro. She had a career at Suffolk County Water Authority where she held many positions. She enjoyed spending time with her family and baking cookies and making honey balls during the holidays. She loved to be near the water. Especially to watch a beautiful Sunset. Rosalie is survived by her son Joseph Mauro and his wife Arlene; her daughter Patricia Haraden and her husband Glen; her daughter Denise Errigo and her husband Charlie; her brother Angelo Lapasota and his wife Rosalie; her brother Vincent and his wife Stephanie and her 8 grandchildren Amber, Charlie, Alyssa, Brooke, Lee, and Desiree’, Dakota and Haley. Memorial donations may be made in memory of Rosalie Kistela to the Hope Hospice.


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  1. Bill and Helen Walsh says:
    04 Jan 2018
    Our sincere condolences for your loss.

  2. Cousin Michael Pignataro lit a candle:
    01 Jan 2018
    Lit since January 1, 2018 at 1:37:51 PM

  3. Cousin Michael Pignataro says:
    01 Jan 2018
    Cousin Rosalie was always a favorite of mine, from the first time I can remember meeting her all through our lives. I am glad we managed to keep in touch through the years and only regret not being able to meet more in person rather than the telephone or email. Despite all her ailments she always sounded so positive and funny, something a lesser person would not be able to do. I feel so badly for all her loved ones, but I know that she is now at peace and good health after so many years of suffering. I will miss her but will look forward to seeing her again when my time comes, knowing she will greet me with a smile and some funny comment no doubt.

  4. vincenzo Lapasota says:
    24 Dec 2017
    Our Lord Jesus has healed you completely now...He is holding you now in His loving and gentle arms and surrounding you in His peace and joy and love..but..we will miss you terribly: This poem is by June McIntosh:
    I tell you what I'm gonna do: I'm
    Gonna dance when I get to Heaven,
    Gonna kick up my heels like a fawn,
    Gonna sway to the rhythm of the angel's singin',
    Gonna stay up all night long.

    I'm gonna sing when I get to heaven..
    Sing high, sing loud, sing low,
    Gonna Jam with the band in the promised land,
    Gonna shout when the trumpets blow.

    I'm Gonna tap, tap, tap, tap, tap my feet in heaven
    Gonna clap, clap, clap my hands, Gonna wave'em high
    I'm gonna snap my fingers, beat on a drum,
    Gonna jump 'till my tears are dry.

    Gonna whoop, gonna holler in heaven,
    Gonna raise me a righteous din
    Gonna Cheer with the crowd, gonna pray out loud
    When God and His Mamma walk in.

    Gonna laugh with the Lord in Heaven,
    Gonna Fall on my knees by the Throne,
    I'm gonna bathe my face in the stream of grace,
    Praise God for bringing me Home,,,

    we love you, baby sister Rosalie...be with us always, vince and stephanie

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