Betty Louise Rossi

Betty Louise Rossi

October 15, 1927 ‐ April 25, 2022
Betty Louise Rossi
Birthplace: Duluth, MN Resided In: Bay Village, Ohio Cemetery: St. Joseph Cemetery

Betty Louise Rossi (nee Sjoberg/Swanson), 94, born in Duluth, MN on October 15, 1927, passed away peacefully on April 25, 2022 in her home surrounded by her family. A resident of Bay Village, OH since 1962, procedeed in death by her beloved husband of 62 years John E. Rossi SR, and her sister Corrine,  she is survived by her sons John Jr. (Marilyn),Paul, her daughter Jane Gammons (Mark, deceased) and Jane's partner Richard Oline, her grandchildren Amy Johnson (Brandon), John III (Laura), Erin Milliman (Jason), Chaz O'Neill (Kayleigh), her great grandchildren Jerry, Tommy, Madison, Savannah, Kadance, Brandie, John IV, Lucas, Jayden, Devon, Mason, Betty, and Sadie, and her great-great grandchildren John and Espoir. 
A Memorial Service and Mass will be determined and held at a later date at St Raphael's Church.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to  Crossroads Hospice Charitable Foundation, 10810 E. 45th Street Suite 300, Tulsa, OK 74146 (crhcf.org)  or to Oasis Animal Shelter, P.O. Box 11, Oberlin, OH 44074-0011 (oasisanimalshelter.net)  Arrangements by Jenkins Funeral Chapel Westlake. 
 
 


Guest Comments

JJ Pattillo
Georgia

My sympathies go out to all family members. I know that she will be missed.

Timothy Morrison
Fairview Park Ohio

Mrs Rossi was the most wonderful woman I ever knew. I still remember coming over and she would make the best chocolate chip cookies and those chocolate chip cookie brownie bars. She always had a smile on her face. It was a joy being a part of her life. She will be truly missed. My deepest sympathies to the family and loved ones.

Laura Rossi
Menomonee Falls

Today was cloudy because all of Heavens light was shining on her! Grandma Rossi could stay up later than anyone I’ve ever known, her laugh was infectious and I can hear it loud and clear in my memories of her. She has a heart of gold and always took care of everyone else before herself. She could BAKE like NO ONE ELSE, seriously, no one! She put butter on everything and we let her! Haha! She coined the phrase “I’ll get your buns” as she went after my boys buns to pinch them. She’s where she’s been wanting to be, right beside Grandpa and I’m so happy they get to be together again as they taught us everything we need to know about how to love. We’ll miss you so much Grandma, heavens angels are signing so loudly for you!

Patty Santone Smith
Lagrange, Ohio

Love and prayers to the whole family! So very grateful for the best god mother ever! She will always be in my heart!

Sandy Shook
Taylor, MI

Marilyn and John, I’m so sorry! Your family is in my prayers!

Amy and Brandon Johnson
Bethlehem GA

We will miss you always and forever Grandma!

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