On Tuesday, May 9, 2017 beloved husband and greatest father, Pierre “Pete” Roseman died peacefully at Memorial West Regional Hospital with his family at his bed side. Born on June 2, 1944 in Pittsburgh, PA, Pete moved to Ft. Lauderdale when he was 13. After finishing high school Pete would end up serving his country ever so proudly in the US Army, a phase in his life that he held so very near to his heart until his last breath was taken. Following his time in the service he became a Gaffer and worked on various film productions and commercials. Aside from the US army being a great phase in his life he was most proud of his Corvette cars that he started back in 1990. Pete always looked forward to the next year’s model. He and his wife, Sharon often spent time together in the corvette, travelling to various car shows and outings with other corvette friends. Pete also was active member of the NRA and The Naval Air Station. Even though he had no religious affiliation, he was a very spiritual person and truly believed in Karma and doing right by all. When Pete was not busy with his cars you could always find him outdoors, either watching airplanes, bird watching, or simply enjoying nature and sitting around with friends and family telling stories. If you ever got to know Pete, you would have known he was the greatest story teller of all time. Because of his outlook on life and his belief of doing right by all, all who knew him looked up to him and will miss him dearly. Pete leaves behind his wife whom he shared 51 years of marriage with, Sharon Mann Roseman; daughter, Amber Roseman; nieces Tricia, Terese, and Tristyn and nephews Bricyn and Cole; 2 brother-in-laws, David (Linda) Mann and Phillip (Carol) Mann; and a number of other special nieces and nephews. Pete has been reunited with all his immediate family including a sister who preceded him in death and just 3 days ago, brother-in-law who preceded him in death. Pete will be forever remembered by his family as the Patriarch, who held the family together with a bond that could not and never will be broken. The family will hold a very private, close and intimate service, but do ask any of those who would like to reflect on the life this special man has played in your life, to simply get in your car and take a drive around this paradise we call home. Just look out into the nature and your thoughts will be there, remembering the life of Pete Roseman. Pete had requested, that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Big Cat Rescue, 12802 Easy Street, Tampa, Florida 33625 or The Humane Society, 2070 Griffin Road, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312.