Rosemarie Furdak, 68, of Center Twp., passed away on May 5, 2023 in Brighton Health and Rehab. She was born in Sewickley, Pennsylvania on July 26, 1954 a daughter of Hermina Furdak and the late Frank Furdak. She worked for Fed Ex in customer service.
Rosemarie had a tremendous love for her Lord and Savior. She also had a great love for her family. Rose was blessed with a wonderful voice and ability to play the guitar, singing and playing in church with her sister, Francine. Her quick wit allowed her to make friends with many people she met as a waitress and worker at Fed Ex. She was also a faithful witness to everyone she met.
Rose is survived by her mother, Hermina Furdak, Center Twp.; her sisters: Francine & Randy Reger, and Linda & Richard Grimes; 3 nieces and nephews: Natalee Reger, Rich & Charla Grimes, and Dave & Cara Grimes; two great nieces and nephews: Troy and Leah Grimes; and numerous cousins.
Friends will be received on Tuesday May 9, 2023 from 11am until the time of Funeral Service at Noon in the Huntsman Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Aliquippa. The service will be conducted by her cousin, Pastor Michael Charles.
Interment will follow in Sylvania Hills Memorial Park, Rochester.
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We are thankful that Rosemarie is
according to scripture II Corinthians 5:8 “absent from the body, and to be present with the LORD”.
I am thankful for all the prayers Rosemarie said for me. I am thankful for the witness she was that served as an example to all of us. Just recently while visiting her she told me to give a Gospel Tract to a young boy that was nearby. She told me of witnessing to a nun on the way to dialysis. Rosemarie finished this race strong as is now home with her LORD. My prayer is that her friends and family that don’t know JESUS CHRIST as LORD and Savior would take this moment to seek THE LORD while He may be found. This would be Rosemarie’s wish.
I worked with Rosemarie for many years. What a wonderful person she was. Nothing but great memories. The lord has welcomed another child home.
Our sympathies go out to the entire Furdak family.