Rose Borrella

Born: Sat., Dec. 2, 1911
Died: Sun., May 11, 2008

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Rose "Ro" Borrella Of Everett on May 11. Daughter of the late Antonio and Michelina Michele. Sister of Grace Cardello of Everett. Also survived by 2 nieces, Joanne Cardello of FL and Marianne Bruder and her husband Richard and 1 grand nephew John A. Bruder all of Everett. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main St. EVERETT, Thursday May 22 at 8. Funeral Mass St. Anthony Church, Everett at 9. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 4-8. Interment Puritan Lawn Cemetery, Peabody. Long time employee of the City of Everett Welfare Dept.

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Rev. David Dismas
   Posted Sun May 25, 2008
Rose is fondly remembered by my mother, Eleanor Williams Beamer from their days working together at Everett Welfare. Your family is in the thoughts and prayers of our family at this time.

   Posted Wed August 13, 2008
"Tapestry" Did you ever see the world as I do? Or was it just a mystery? There were so many things you've been through. So many things I will never see. Innocennce is a funny thing when it is tempered with sorrow. Now with none of your tomorrows left. It's a thing I'd like to borrow. Measured in what we've left behind. Thread that's spun from solid gold. You were never one to realize what it means to truly feel old. But now I ask you..Did you ever see the tapestry? Were you aware of what you've sewn? Of what it was and what's to be? Are we really left alone? In this moment, I wonder what is left of time? It is true we're all getting older Is it the same in heart and in mind? If life is judged by lessons learned It would seem I've learned a few and it seems to me from love sxpressed that many will think of you.But now I wish I could ask you. Did you ever see the tapestry? Were you aware of what you've sewn? Of what it was and what's to be? Are we really left alone? Now here we are in this moment confusing feelings will creep their way in. But I can't help but feel the connection is real And as all our new journeys begin I know I can say to you. Do you see the tapestry? Are you aware of what you've sewn? Of what it was and what's to be? We are never left alone. Written by John A. Bruder, Rose's Grandnephew.

   Posted Fri August 15, 2008
Auntie Ro,

I will never forget you. You were always there for me. Always ready to help with anything I needed. You really were like a second mother to me. Thanks for all you did over all those years.

I pray for you every night. May you rest in peace.

Your niece,


Joanne Cardello
   Posted Mon May 11, 2009
Sometimes I can't believe your gone. You always did so much for me. I really miss you and hope to see you again.

Eleanor (Rosanio) Barry
   Posted Fri January 24, 2014
Marianne and Joanne, I want to express my condolences because I know how much your Aunt Rose meant to you. She was a lovely lady.

Eleanor (Rosanio Barry)