Rosemary Corsetti

Rosemary T. Corsetti

Jan 31, 1956 - Apr 22, 2020
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Rosemary T. Corsetti, of Brookfield, CT, formerly of Carmel, NY, died at Putnam Hospital Center after a valiant battle with breast cancer on April 22, 2020. She was 64 years old.
Born on January 31, 1956 in Bronx, NY, daughter of Rosina (Cupaiolo) Russo of New Rochelle, NY and the late George Russo. She graduated from Aquinas High School in Bronx, NY in 1974.
Rosemary was a house manager with ARC of Mid-Hudson at the Oak Road Home in Mahopac, NY. She worked with them for over 25 years, never officially retiring and always hoping to return to work. She absolutely loved lighthouses, especially the ones in Portland, ME. Her children and grandchildren were the light of her life.
Rosemary met her partner in life Diane Martin over 22 year ago. She and Diane enjoyed many laughs, triumphs, and hard times together, but no matter what came their way they had each other.
Rosemary is not only survived by her mother Rosina and her partner Diane but also by her loving children; Marc (Sandy) Corsetti of Franklin Square, Long Island, NY, Marianne Corsetti of Patterson, NY, Georgina Corsetti of Brookfield, CT, her step children; Brian Martin of Danbury, CT and Kimberly (Ryan) Hallquest of Boca Ratan, FL, her grandchildren; Jason, Kayla, Giovanni, Maximus, Mila, Rose, Brian, Hunter and Rylie, her sister Ann (Michael) Occhicone of Bronx, NY, her niece Adriana (Mikey) Balzano and their children; Gavin & Scarlett, niece Vanessa (David) Anaya and their children; Lucas & Gabriella and her nephew Alex Levine and his son Austin. She was predeceased by her sister Julie Levine in 2017.
A memorial service and wake will be held at a later date. A private service and cremation are taking place at this time with the assistance of Beecher Funeral Home, 1 Putnam Avenue, Brewster, NY.
In lieu of flowers please consider donations to Shriners Hospitals for Children Attn: Office of Development, 2900 Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607 or
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    Beecher Funeral Home
    1 Putnam Avenue
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    A memorial visitation and service will be held at a later date. We will update the site when this is known
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    Private Cremation
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Donations are being accepted for: THE SHRINERS HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN.


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The Fox family

Posted at 12:50pm
Please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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Michael and Ann Occhicone

Posted at 03:06pm
"Rosemary Corsetti" will remain in our hearts forever.
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Posted at 03:22pm
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Lucy Clementi

Posted at 01:26pm
Our sincerest condolences go out the Rosemary's children and family. We were friends with Rosemary and her ex-husband Dom. Andy was in their wedding party and we became close friends. We spent many weekends together. Many evenings were spent playing cards, going to movies, went on picnics together and just plain hanging out drinking scotch and cokes. I know that she would love the picture you posted - she loved Old Orchard Beach, ME.
Our sons are 6 months apart and we enjoyed motherhood together. I have many fond memories of that time. Later on Andy and I moved to Florida, but when we would come to New York for a visit, we always got together at her house and go in her pool with Marc, Marianne and Georgina. It was such great time in our lives - visiting with her, Ann, Julie and Mr. & Mrs Russo, who always put out a feast for us . Unfortunately, we lost touch and as John Lennon states "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."
Rosemary will always have a special place in our hearts.
Lucy and Andy Clementi


Posted at 06:07pm
My heart was sadden over the loss of Rosemary and wanted to give my warmest condolences to the family. To lose such a beautiful well loved one can bring such sadness but the God of all comfort tells us at 2 Kings 20:5 He hears our prayers, he sees our tears and he feels our pain. At we can read in the Bible John 5:28,29 that not only does God care but it will move him to remove all the suffering he sees and gives assurance that you will have Rosemary in your life once again. May all the sweet memories you have give you calm and peace to help you through the dark moments until God’s promises come true. Again so very sorry for your heartache.

John Corrente Posted at 10:53am

I first met Rosemary in 1966 she lived on Gleason ave and I lived on St. Lawrence Ave. We hit it off right away of course i was friends with her 2 sisters Julie and Ann to. We had good times over the years.Had gotten into trouble sometimes as teenagers do. I remember once Rosemary and her sister Ann and myself were at the movies. Some teen boys were behind us kicking the back of the seats. So Rosemary turned around and said to stop that when one boy said ti her he would only trade her in for a million dollars which none of us liked so we got into an argument and a fist fight needless to say we were all thrown out . We were a good group of friends like family. Rosemary is now in her dad George and her sister Julie watching over all of her family. RIP Roe till me meet again. It was an honor to have you and all your family as my second family. John and Carmela Corrente.

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