Rosemary Domroes

March 15, 1946 - March 24, 2015

Age 69, of Park Road West, Castile, died March 24, 2015 at her home.

She was born March 15, 1946 in Warsaw, daughter of the late Alvis, Sr. and Velma Buckley O?Connor.

Rose was a well known resident of Castile. She could often be seen taking her daily walks downtown and sitting on the Main Street bench. She always had a smile and a wave for friends and neighbors. Rose loved to crochet and work with beads. She also adored her cat, Tigger.

Rose was predeceased by her husband, Roger Domroes.

Surviving are her siblings, Sandy (Jim) Langley of Fayetteville, NC, Harold O?Connor of Avon, Lou Ann (Gary) Van Name of Silver Springs, Alvis (Tammy) O?Connor, Jr. of Castile, Christine (David) Emke of Fayetteville, NC, Robert O?Connor of Nunda, Lori Christ of Pike; several nieces and nephews.

Friends may call Saturday, March 28 from 3 ? 4 PM at the Harmon-Watson Funeral Home, 35 N. Main St., Castile where her service will be held immediately following visitation at 4 PM. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor?s choice.

Important Dates
March 26, 2015 : Memorial service for Rosemary Domroes - 3:25 PM

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Jul 15.19 from Harley and Suzette Cobin:

We are sorry for your lose. Rose was a Beautiful Person. We meet Rose the first week we moved in here and we have been friends every since then. Rose and I both had the passion of making bracelets. Every time she saw me she would give me a new one. I get a lot of my beads from Amazon so I gave Rose a braclet that was metal and not plastic so it would not break. I also gave her some silver charms to go on it. Rose gave me a beautiful braclet that is all pink because she knew I loved pink. Rose and my husband Harley had a ritual that they did every night. Before my husband went to bed he would shine a flash light in her window letting her know he was going to bed and she would slash hers back. He is truly going to miss her the most. Rose was also my daughters cousin because she is married to Shawn Snyder who’s mom is a Buckley.

Jul 15.19 from Sarah Comstock:

I knew Rose but until 2 years ago.  I was able to really get to know her.  She was a very caring and sweet lady.  I am glad I was able to be her aide and get to know her more.  She had a great sense of humor.  She will really be missed in the community.  I send my condolences to the family.

Jul 15.19 from MARY:

Only knew Rose for a short time she was always cheerful and enjoyed everything ..never a cross word..I enjoyed getting to know her,,,what a sweetheart..Ill miss your music Rose..Bless your heart <3

Jul 15.19 from Katrina Weiss:

Rosie was a lovely person. Castile has lost a part of itself that can never be replaced. I will miss her smiles, waves, and kind words, and I’m sure countless others will too.

Jul 15.19 from morris washburn:

On behalf of the Washburn family we are sorry for you’r loss . Rosie is a wonderful person, she spoke to all no matter what town she lived in . May she be in peace with God .

Jul 15.19 from Jeff &Tanya; Buckley:

So sorry for your loss she will be missed. We will miss hearing her sing in the warm weather, her beaded braclets and all the fun times

Jul 15.19 from Jim & Linda Little:

We will miss seeing Rosie sitting on the bench with a friendly smile and a wave as we drove by. She was a sweet person.

Jul 15.19 from Jean Lowden Sullivan:

I lived and worked in Castile for many years and each time I saw Rose there was always a smile and hello to be shared.  Her gentle personality will be missed by all who really knew her.

Jul 15.19 from Yvonne Broman:

so sorry to the family for your great loss, I loved Rosey as I called her, I took her home with her groceries, a few times, and played games with her at the apts’ and long talks with her on the bench..I will miss her so much, God Bless,

Jul 15.19 from Linda cain:

Will miss you my friend.

Jul 15.19 from Vera & David Hurd:

We will miss Rose’s always pleasant presence in our town.  Our condolences to all of her family.

Jul 15.19 from John & Cathy Lee Thomas:

We will miss seeing Rosie, always smiling,sitting on her bench, happily visiting with friends.  Rosie was like a friend from a long time ago, when we could take the time to just sit for a moment or two, and enjoy being together. Rosie, I hope there’s a beautiful place waiting for you to sit and visit, enjoying the beautiful gardens around you

Jul 15.19 from The Kantrowski's:

You will be greatly missed

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