In Loving Memory of Rosemary A. Sciarrino
Rosemary A. Sciarrino, age 84, of Lauderdale by The Sea passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on September 3, 2021. She was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 7,1937 to loving parents Joseph and Rose (Pino) Tardy and she had four siblings Frank, Anne, Joseph and Geraldine.
She married her husband, John Sciarrino, on September 27, 1959, and was his adoring wife for what would have been 62 years this month. They lived in Italy together while John attended medical school. They started a family and lived in Massapequa Park, NY, then moved to Sea Ranch Lakes, FL and then to Lauderdale by the Sea, FL. Rosemary enjoyed accompanying John in his airplane and together they flew everywhere around the USA. Her sense of adventure was endless, and she and John were always planning their next trip. She will be remembered for her enormous devotion to her family and the countless friends who treasured her company. She was an excellent cook and if you knew the Sciarrino’s you most likely shared a delicious Sunday dinner with them. Her linguine and clams and fresh marinara sauce could not be duplicated, no matter how much we try. Her last family reunion was to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. She loved to play classical music on the piano, canasta with her friends at the Palm Club, and faithfully watched General Hospital every week. She would work on the crossword puzzles, the word search and the jumble in the newspaper every morning until she solved and found every word. Rosemary will be remembered for the love and generosity she gave us all. Heaven gained a very special angel while we celebrate her life on earth.
She is survived by her four children, Sal, Maria, Lori and Christine, son-in-law Walter, grandchildren Johnny, Amanda and her husband, Carlos and their children Devon, Alivia and Calisa.
The Funeral Mass will be held at Assumption Catholic Church, 2001 South Ocean Boulevard, Pompano Beach, Florida 33062 on Friday September 10, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.
Assumption Catholic Church