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Rosanne M. Dombrowski

August 2nd, 2014

Rosanne Marie Dombrowski, age 54, of Dracut, formerly of Wilmington, passed away unexpectedly at home on July 31, 2014. Rosanne was the beloved daughter of the late Mary T. (Maurer) Dombrowski and Edward Dombrowski, cherished twin sister of Edward Dombrowski of Dracut, loving aunt of Jessica Brouillard, and great-aunt of Carson and Hunter Wilkins all of Lowell, dear niece of Patricia Archfield of Chelmsford, Timothy and Joanne Archfield of Mechanicsburg, PA, the late Emery Maurer, Charles Maurer, and Jacob Maurer, special cousin of Stacey Archfield & her husband Steve Sharobem of Reston, VA, Thomas Archfield of Waltham and Marcy Archfield of Belmont. Rosanne is also survived by many dear friends and her beloved dogs Buffy and Jody.

Family & friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington on Wednesday, August 6th at 9:00 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Thomas of Villanova Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington at 10:00 a.m. Interment Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington. Visiting hours will be held at the Funeral Home on Tuesday, August 5th from 6-8 p.m. Donations in Rosanne’s memory may be the Northeast Animal Shelter, 347 Highland Ave., Salem, MA 01970 www.northeastanimalshelter.org/donate or the American Cancer Society, P. O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718 www.cancer.org/donate. Rosanne was a graduate of Wilmington High School and Salve Regina University, Newport, RI. Rosanne was also an employed as a Tax Advocate for the IRS for more than 33 years.

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42 Entries in Guest Book for “Rosanne M. Dombrowski”

  1. Denise Lee says:

    Gone to early and will be missed

  2. Don Sunnerberg says:

    I have no words that could ever describe the sense of loss that I feel. Rosanne, my friend, you’re woven throughout my life, and I’m so glad you’ve been a part of it. You are already missed.

  3. Diane Dizacomo says:

    I’m so sorry. My condolences to her family. I will not be able to attend the wake but send my deepest sympathy to all family and friends of Rosannes.

  4. Diane Dizacomo says:

    I’m so sorry. Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences.

  5. Ginny Johnson says:

    I met you when you were 14 years old and moved into the house next door. We had an immediate connection. We laughed together and cried together. You babysat my children and called my youngest your baby. You were so good to all of them. We have been friends for 40 years and I loved you dearly. Our lives will never be the same without you.
    My dear friend, you were taken too soon. I love you. Until we meet again, Ginny

  6. Maria and Tim Smith says:

    To a great coworker and friend, you will be sadly missed. Too young and too soon.

  7. Maureen Judge says:

    RIP my dear friend. Heaven has gained a smiley angel and we are suffering your loss on earth. You are so loved and will be so missed. Love from Maureen and Buffy and Jodi’s siblings, Guinness and Bailey.

  8. Rick and Lorraine Kearn says:

    There are no words to describe the loss I feel so I won’t try. Our sincere sympathies to Rosanne’s family. May Heaven welcome you with open arms my dear friend.

  9. Kathy Trakimavich says:

    I dont have words to express the loss of someone so dear. You will be missed

  10. Gary Karibian says:

    Rosanne… You will sorely be missed by your friends at NTEU, National Treasury Employees Union… Your spirit, your strength, and your life embodies our union that you have worked for and been a part of for many years. You are an irreplacable piece of our puzzle… On behalf of our chapter and all of NTEU, you are in our thoughts and prayers. May you always be near us to guide us in what is right as you always have.

  11. Catherine Johnson-Nolan says:

    My deepest condolences on the loss of a beautiful person and wonderful friend. She will be sadly missed and always in my prayers. I will remember her joyous spirit.

  12. Darlene Atkinson says:

    My friend, my “sister”, how the years have flown. The past four years have been challenging at best, and I know you and your Mom are having a party in Heaven, enjoying each other’s company as you often did. Rest peacefully, and one day we will make up in the afterlife when I see you there. You’ll always be in my heart. Always.

  13. Joanne Markavitch says:

    I cannot express the shock and loss that I feel. Life on earth will never be the same, but I will think of Rosanne often especially when I see something purple. Heaven is blessed with an angel whose heart was always willing to add one more friend and whose kindness was endless. My sympathies to her family and her extended family. She will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.

  14. Debby Elliott says:

    For someone I have only known for 2 years, my heart is heavy with sadness for loosing you so soon. I am grateful that you were seated at a table next to us and that those assigned to your table didn’t show up, because if they did, we would not have met you. I cherish the times we have been able to get together since that first meeting and for the kindness you have shown me. Thank you for the laughs, and serious talks, the compassion, and the generosity you brought to my life. You were an angel on earth, so I know you are already an angel in heaven. You will be greatly missed.

  15. Maurice Viscuso says:

    My deepest condolences to Rosanne’s family. She was a wonderful person and was a great friend to my brother Drew. Having been in her company several times she was a warm and loving person and I’m sure she is in a wonderful place and was welcomed with open arms.

  16. Mary (Wright) Faulhaber says:

    I am so saddened at the loss of a wonderful lady. My deepest sympathy to Rosanne’s family for you have suffered too many losses so close together. She will be sorely missed by so many people.

  17. Edie says:

    Roseanne I am at a loss for words. I to am forever grateful to have met you on that cruise. I can still see your smiling face as you waited for your table mates to join you, how lucky for us they never showed and you squeezed into ours. I’ll miss you and your daily posts on Facebook but I know you have joined your mother. You will never be forgotten for you have touched so many others with your pure heart of gold. RIP my sweet friend until we meet again.

  18. Kris & Andy Tilton says:

    We are so saddened at the loss of a wonderful person and friend. Our deepest sympathy to your family at this difficult time. Rest in Peace, Rosanne, you will be greatly missed.

  19. Lisa Caron says:

    I am heartbroken and words could never sum up what a wonderful person you were inside and out. With love, my friend I say goodbye to you. You will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, now we all will have an angel watching over us.

  20. Alison Wetterskog says:

    Always a smile, always a kind word, yet gone far too soon. My life is richer for having met Rosanne. Deepest sympathies to her family.

  21. Mike Buscetto says:

    Shocked and saddened. Your light was extinguished way too soon. Will be greatly missed.

  22. Judith Fraser says:

    Rosanne, forever an Advocate will color-code the heavens with her strong voice, warm heart, and dynamic spirit. She enriched all of us with her very fine organization skills and delight in all things Donny and Marie! Our world diminished of brightness; we will rally knowing her spirit lives on with all who knew her, all she loved, and with God. Rosanne may you be at peace. You are loved – just as you are.

  23. Tonia Calhoon says:

    Rosanne, you were a good friend and you will be missed. We have lost a beautiful person who has been taken home to soon.

  24. Barbara Mackay says:

    Rosanne,
    From the moment of our arrival at Crosspoint, I could immediately see what a caring individual you were, and such a delight to chat with.
    Taken too soon, those who have come in contact with you will feel the loss.
    My deepest sympathy to your family.
    May you find peace.

  25. Doris Chew says:

    Rosanne, you were a beautiful person inside and out, and I was lucky to have met you twice even though we are from different states. My deepest sympathy to your family.

  26. Carol Ewell says:

    Rosanne,
    I am so glad to have met such a loving and caring person. My deepest sympathy to everyone in your family. I know God has a special place for you.

  27. Taahira Royer and Nathan Kernell says:

    We are so, so heartbroken to learn of the sudden passing of a wonderful and caring woman. Our sincere condolences to the entire family and all of the staff at the IRS Tax Advocate Program. So heartbroken to learn about this passing. Peace and love to you always Mrs. Dunbrowski!

  28. Norma Lambert says:

    To Rosanne’s Family and Friends,
    I was shocked to hear of her passing. I didn’t know her well. We met not too long ago. But she was one of the nicest ladies to know. God be with her and all of you.

  29. Cheryl Casey says:

    Rosanne will be missed by all her family and friends. God has a beautiful Angel. RIP.

  30. Ziggy Moschetto says:

    This is such a great loss and so tragic fir the family..deepest condolences. We regret we cannot attend wake due to conflicting work schedule, but one of us will try to attend service Wednesday. In God’s hands…Ziggy and Russ McQueen

  31. Stephanie Hosterman Naroian says:

    This is such a shock and a true loss. I worked with Rosanne early in my career at the IRS. Deeply saddened to hear of her passing. My condolences to her family. Rest in Peace.

  32. Renae Cote says:

    Rosanne was such an amazing person. She was like that ray of sunshine that would break through the clouds on a gloomy day and shine with all it’s strength, warmth, and glory. I was blessed to have known such an incredible person. I will miss her dearly.

  33. Susan Bergeron says:

    I met Rosanne many years ago in the Boston District Office and we immediately bonded, our paths recently met after a long pause of time and she looked amazing, we reminisced and promised to stay in touch, how lucky was I to have that few moments, Miss Rosanne will surely be missed.

  34. Dan Colbert says:

    I worked with Rosanne for several years in Andover. A beautiful woman!! She always had a smile on her face and she always made me happy to see her. She will be missed.

  35. Sue Shay says:

    My heart goes out to all of Rosie’s family & dear friends. She was a beautiful person taken way too soon. With love & sympathy.

  36. Lia Parkhurst says:

    Rosanne was someone I loved to share a smile with. She will truely be missed.

  37. Beth Higgins says:

    I’ve known Roseanne for many years going back to the days of the files in Wilmington. She was a fun and happy person to be with and drew people in with that beautiful sense of humor. She will be sorely missed. Please accept my deepest condolences. May she rest in peace.

  38. GLORIA SCHAUFENBIL says:

    Please accept my sincere condolences over the sudden loss of Roseanne. My daughter Kristin introduced us when they worked in Methuen. She had a smile and personality I will not forget. Again my deepest sympathy to family and friends and her IRS family.

  39. Tish O'Brien says:

    You were ALWAYS smiling and so cheerful. You will ALWAYS & FOREVER be in our hearts. Love your friends at the IRS!

  40. Carol Fortin says:

    My condonlences to Roseanne’s family and friends. I only knew her from being at the Revenue during my time there. But I always knew her as a friendly and wonderful person. The world is truly going to miss you being down here with us, but you can fly with the angels and watch over all of those you love.

  41. Lynne McSheehy says:

    Rest in peace, Rosanne. I enjoyed our visits so much, and I have missed seeing you over the past few months. I’ll always wish that we could have had at least one more chat.

  42. John Ostopchuk says:

    I was shocked to hear of Roseanne’s death. We worked together many years ago @ IRS and even shared an apartment for about a year. She was a wonderful, fun loving person with a great heart and soul. Rest in Peace Roseanne.

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