Rose R. Mauriello, age 60, of Woburn, formally of Lexington, died unexpectedly at her home on April 3, 2017. Rose was born February 24, 1957 in Boston. She was the daughter of the late Leo and Pearl Robinson. She is survived by her loving husband, Gino Mauriello, their two daughters Laura and Alyssa Mauriello, her devoted sister Linda (Brian) Stone, her brother and sister in law Nino and Rosemarie Mauriello, her brother in law Tony Mauriello, her brother and sister in law Gerry and Evelyn Mauriello and a bevy of cousins, nephews and nieces whom she dearly loved and all of whom cherished her. She was predeceased by her sister in law, Marion Mauriello. Rose was a 1978 graduate of UMass and she earned her MBA at Babson College. She worked successfully for over 20 years in marketing and sales in the computer service and software industry. Subsequently she founded RRM Staffing Solutions, Inc., providing counseling and placements in the staffing industry. Rose was the glue of her extended family, keeping in touch, arranging events, and always there to help in times of need, not only for her family but for her wide circle of friends. Rose was an avid tennis player, the ultimate dog lover, but most of all the supporter and safety net for her daughters, whose success and happiness, were her reason for being. Rose will be sorely missed by all those whom she touched. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 7, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at The Wilson Chapel, 234 Herrick Road, Newton Centre, on the campus of Hebrew College and Andover-Newton Theological School. Donations in Rose’s memory can be made to NAMI, 3803 N. Fairfax Dr., Suite 100, Arlington, VA 22203.
Rose R. Mauriello
Dear, beloved and cherished Rose, you and your family are in our loving thoughts and prayers.
We are deeply saddened by this sudden loss. Rose was a beautiful person, filled with inner and outer beauty. Rose deeply loved her family, and her devotion and dedication to the happiness and well being of her family revealed her bounty of loving kindness. Rose’s spirit will always be with us, a light along the way in our hearts and in our memories.
Rose, may you be soaring among the stars, still enfolding us with your warmth, your love for life, your bright beacon of love shinning through.
We send love, friendship, and empathy for the family. Beloved Rose, we will miss you always.
Karen Watson and Peter Holton, Emily and Jamie
Rockport, MA USA
Rose was a mentor, and example to us all, a strong woman, loving mother, wife and friend. She was vivacious, candid, beautiful and funny and will be missed dearly. May you find comfort in knowing how much she love you and your family. My prayers are with you.
Maggie De Binder
Acton, Massachusetts United States
Rose will be remembered by all those who know her to be such a compassionate & giving person. She was a great neighbor & always interested & encouraging all those around her.
Lexington, MA United States
This is such a sad time for everyone who knew Rose. She had such a great smile and I loved her spunky personality on the courts. She could always make me smile. My deepest sympathy to her family. I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and my prayers are with you. Kim
Melrose, MA USA
I played tennis with Rose for several years. Always fun to have Rose on the court with her big smile and her laugh. We will miss her! My condolences to her family and especially her girls her she spoke of frequently with such great love and respect.
Arlington, MA USA
Peace to you and yours, Rose. You will be missed. ❤
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
I send my deepest sympathies to Rose’s family at this very sad time. Rose will always be remember as a spirited, energetic, competitive and fun member of our tennis group.
Rose was truly a ray of sunshine to all us tennis players. May her love and happy memories bring you comfort and peace as you struggle with this loss.
Arlington, MA United States
My condolences to Rose’s family. I played tennis with Rose for many years and she was always a delight to be around. She always had something nice to say and seemed to enjoy every moment she spent on the court. I was connected with her on Facebook where she posted many pictures of you, her lovely family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I am sorry for your loss. Edith Desmond