In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to her family at rosememorialfund.dyndns.org
Rose Marie Soto, 42 years young, born in Bronx, New York, passed away on January 13, 2019 in Lauderhill, Florida, suddenly from cardiac arrest.
The memorial mass service will be held promptly at 4:15 p.m. on January 25, 2019 at All Saints Catholic Church, 10900 West Oakland Park Blvd, Sunrise, Florida. Rev. Joseph Maalouf of All Saints will be officiating. The celebration of Rose's life will follow the mass in the All Saints Catholic Church (Parish Hall), 10900 West Oakland Park Blvd, Sunrise, Florida, 33351.
Rose was born in Albert Einstein Hospital in Bronx, New York on August 24, 1976. She moved to Sunrise, Florida in August 1992 and she graduated from Piper High School and attended Broward College.
Rose had such a passion for God and Life. When she wasn't working, she was always writing poetry and music. She sang with her church and loved teaching others about the Lord. She loved to read and continued aspiring to write her first book. Rose's love for painting was truly inspirational and shared it with her family and friends. Her heart was bigger than anything you could have imagined, always putting everyone before herself. Only wanting to be loved in return.
Rose truly loved her dogs, Harley and Bella, her babies and would volunteer with the Humane Society. She was also actively involved with her mother, Lucie, and niece, Daniella, feeding the homeless and Food Ministries.
Rose is survived by her mother and stepfather, Lucie and Joe Santiago, her father, Luis Soto, her sister, Lucie Soto, and her nephew and nieces, Shephard Bell, Emerlyn Bell and Daniella Bieber.
The family of Rose Marie Soto wishes to thank all that have reached out with love and support, sharing great memories and prayers.
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My beautiful niece Rosie my heart aches with your passing to know I will never hear your laugh again I love you infinity God speed love always Tity
My dear friend
My deepest condolences,I am well aware of the deep love you had for your daughter. The worst fear a parent has is losing a child in death,may you have peace,and comfort during this deep time of grief.May the words of Rev 21:3,4 bring you hope. It reads : And God himself will be with them. 4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
From Rick Fields to “Sweet Lou”
my child, who enjoyed posing in front of me
I just can’t believe it. We were so slose for so long and had the best times! I’m so very sorry Lucie and family. I hope God van bring comfort and peace to all of you in this very difficult time. You are in my prayers! 😔
Rose showing love to Buddy
Rose enjoying a Broadway musical
Rose enjoying one of her visits to see a Broadway musical.
I wish to provide the first of many tributes I am sure will be added. Rose was a special person in my life, who I loved without any reservation. There were times I would say to her "Rose, what am I going with you?". She would reply "come on Dad. You know you love me, you will help me so I can be better." This sudden abrupt inconceivable event now presents me with "Rose, what am I going to do without you?" That is a question I do not have an answer for. I will believe The Lord called for her and she is now in a better place where she is no longer suffering. Rose, my love to you is unconditional, and you will be as you have always been in my thoughts every day I take a breath.
Your Dad, SweetLou.
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