Rose Madison Rondinelli, 14 years young, survived by her loving parents, Raymond and Beth, her best friend and sister Rachel, her aunts, uncles, cousins, and her grandparents, Allan and Bea Forman and Raymond Rondinelli Sr.
She was also predeceased by her grandmother Joan Rondinelli.
Rose loved so many, and was loved by so many more. She had an energy that with even just one encounter with her, you would remember her for life. If you knew her well or barely at all, she always left you thinking. Whether it was about how absolutely beautiful, ridiculously funny, or just down right inappropriate she was, she left her mark.
She will continue to stay with us all through memories, and the laughs she forced us all to endure whether we were in the mood for it or not. We will see her everywhere. XXXL T-shirt’s, uneven bangs, Nike Air Force One’s and anytime you hear anything related to one of her many hobbies and obsessions.
She left the pain, but she also left us all and we will never be the same again. Now she is no longer in pain, yet we will continue to hurt. At this time we must come together and laugh for Rose’s sake. Rose would have wanted it that way.
Rose's service and interment were held privately.
Contributions may be made in Rose's name to Aevidum In the "Add a Special Instructions to Seller“ Please type "Downingtown East High School for Rose Rondinelli” P.O. Box 64, Lititz PA 17543 and or Chester County Suicide Prevention Task Force PO Box 315, Exton PA 19341.
In the "Add a Special Instructions to Seller“ Please type "Downingtown East High School for Rose Rondinelli” P.O. Box 64, Lititz PA 17543
Chester County Suicide Prevention Task Force
PO Box 315, Exton PA 19341