Rose Caruso

Obituary of Rose M. Caruso

Florence Twp., Rose M. Caruso, age 91 of Florence, passed away Wednesday, October 14th at the Masonic Village of Burlington. Mrs. Caruso was born at 235 Fourth Avenue in Roebling, on August 23, 1929 and was the daughter of the late Stephen and Meri Erdi Horvath. She resided in Florence for many years and also lived in Sebastian, Florida. Mrs. Caruso was a retired food service worker, employed by NADE of Bordentown, with many dedicated years of service. Rose was a member of Mary Mother of the Church Parish, Holy Assumption Church, Roebling. She was a 1950 charter member of the Opre Larson V.F.W. Post #8838 ladies auxiliary. Rose was a loyal and devoted member of the post having served as past president and assisted with the catering committee for many years. Mrs. Caruso was the wife of the late James Caruso and mother of the late Richard Caruso, sister of the late Stephen, Frank and Joseph Horvath, Elizabeth Bozarth and Mary Cardi. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law James and Judy Caruso, her daughter and son-in-law Maria and Dean Rinaldi, her grandchildren, Nicole, James, Dean, Zachary and Richard, her great grandchildren, Thomas, Grayson, Laurel, Griffin and Rory and many nieces and nephews. Private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family. Social distancing and gathering restrictions will be in effect. All visitors will be required to wear a facial covering. Rose’s family is grateful for everyone's cooperation. Memorial contributions in memory of Rose may be made to Mary Mother of the Church Parish, Holy Assumption Church Food Pantry, 45 Crosswicks St, Bordentown, NJ 08505. Condolences may be sent to www.koschekandporterfuneralhome.com     

   

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Final Resting Place

Holy Assumption Cemetery
Parish Lane
Roebling, New Jersey, United States

Funeral Services and Final Disposition Will Be Private

There Will Be No Calling Hours

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