Josephine Roseti

Obituary of Josephine Roseti

Our mother Josephine Imbimbo Roseti was born January 26, 1934 and raised in New York, NY by parents Elizabeth & Charles Imbimbo. She had five sisters, three of which predeceased her, (Theresa Rossi, Frances Colombo and Gloria Vernali), and two younger sisters Loretta Kearney and Elizabeth Baaden. She married the love of her life, Vincent Roseti (predeceased) in September 1955. She had two loving children Lisa Poggiogalle (Teseo) & Thomas Roseti and two devoted grandchildren James & Elizabeth Poggiogalle. Mom enjoyed cooking, spending time with her family and playing keno. Our mom touched many lives and made friends very easily. Mom had numerous jobs in her lifetime but, the job that she enjoyed most was being a Kindergarten assistant at Hillside Elementary School in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY for nearly twenty years. The families and children adored mom. She had a kind-hearted nature that came naturally. Children easily gravitated towards our mom. Many condolences have been said to us the past 24 hours and words like, "simply the best", "loving", "compassionate", "humorous", "one-of-a-kind lady", have been repeated more than once to us. We found our mother/grandmother humorous too at times but, we don't believe mom would have found any humor in the pandemic that is surrounding our country today. Mom deserved to have a beautiful tribute and send off, unfortunately, we have to settle for much less. For this Mom we are so sorry! Hopefully, in the near future we will be able to have a deserving celebration of your life with family and friends. We love you Mom and will never forget the sacrifices you made for us throughout your life~ We hope to continue to make you proud. Keep watching over us from above and remember mom we were the lucky ones - to call you our Mom. Go free like a Butterfly, light and pain free. To our beloved Mother may you always Rest in Eternal Peace

Final Resting Place

Mt. Hope Cemetery
Jackson Ave.
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, United States
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