Rosemary A. Gangi

Died: 2017-01-10
Resided in: Topsfield, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH Rt 114, 128 S. Main St. Middleton
Viewing date: 2017-01-21 10:30AM-12:30PM
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Burial type: PRIVATE
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Contributions: In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the Topsfield Town Library, 1 So. Common St. Topsfield, MA

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Rosemary A. Gangi, age 65, died January 10, 2017, after a long illness. She was a 1969 graduate of Bishop Fenwick High School and went on to earn a BA from Merrimack College. She also earned a Masters Degree in Education from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. Rosemary "Ro" worked for many years at the Center Super Market in Topsfield and as a Property Manager for her family's Properties in Topsfield. She was also involved in supporting the American Lung Association, a member of the Topsfield Personnel Board and an avid supporter of the Topsfield Library. ôRo" was an avid reader and enjoyed movies as well as the arts and concerts at the Handel and Hayden Society. Through her personality, knowledge, and openness she touched many lives in the community. She is survived by her brother David Gangi and his wife Cheryl of Newbury, Massachusetts. She also leaves many loving cousins and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the Topsfield Town Library, 1 So. Common St. Topsfield, MA

Online condolences below:

David & Cheryl - Sorry for your loss. I am thinking of you both! Love Jean
Rosemary was the sister of one of my best friends. Rosemary was a kind sweet lady that was limited physically because of an accident to her lower limbs. I visited her often when she live on Gale Street in Topsfield. We had many great conversations and I shall miss her friendship and kindness. Many prayers and condolences to her friends and family. Rich Rooney
Dear David and Cheryl, it's been many years since I've visited my Gangi relatives in Topsfield. Those visits to Topsfield where filled with our families sharing food and good times. Spending time with your parents ,Tony and Toya ,you and your sister ,Lizzie ,Lee ,and Donna, made this city girl very happy. David, you and Rosemary were my country cousins.I value these sweet memories of growing up. I want to express my sympathy to you both at the passing of (RoRo), Rosemary Gangi . Louise Dantonio
Dona Hopkins. I'm so sorry to hear that Rosemary has passed away. I know this must be a difficult time for you. You are in my thoughts. My condolences to her brother David. Donna Pepe
My deepest sympathy to all of you. I have fond memories of Rosemary. Love, Godmother Paula Gange
David and Cheryl, I learned of RoRo's passing and wish to express my condolences. I have fond memories of playing with the always smiling Rosemary on Gail Street along with friends Sue L., MaryAnn D., and many others. I remember walking up the hill to RoRo's playhouse, your beautiful home, mother and lots of laughs. We used to walk down to the center, cutting through the school yard for ice cream. Your family is a part of my memories of growing up in Topsfield. I remember your grandfather sitting in the store with his cane and hat on. Although I have not been back to Gail Street in many years, please know you and your dear sister are thought of. Trish Tirrell Graffum
I went all through Bishop Fenwick High School with Rose Mary and although we lost touch after that, I will always remember her as a funny, kind, sensitive and very intelligent young woman. We shared our lunch times together and she always had a smile on her face. So very sorry for your loss. God Bless, Rose Mary, until we meet again. Janet Yelverton McDonald
David and Cheryl, I can not be present for the visitation Saturday. I was at Bishop Fenwick High in 1969. I was in one, if not two, of Rosemary's classes. Rosemary was always very kind to me. I am sorry for your loss Attorney George O'Brine, BFHS 1967
So wonderful to see this great picture of my "Rosamarina" (my nickname for her). Cheryl, I was going to ask if you needed a picture to post. But you've come up with a GEM! I just got off the phone with Rosemary's Godmother, Paula Gange who expresses her deep condolences. She is 94 years old God bless her! But she recounted wonderful memories of the old days and all the many special gatherings in Topsfield over the years. She regrets the way life's twists & turns cause us to "...drift away from one another for no particular reason. Just the way things are in this day and age." Beautifully put I thought. So I wanted to share that. She asked me to give David her heartfelt condolences. I assured her I would. Much love to all who are grieving right along with us. 💖💫☮️💫💖 Cousin Dona.

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