In Memoriam : Rosa Rojas

Rosa Rojas Rosa Rojas - age: 55
(March 01, 1955 to April 15, 2010 )
Resident of UKiah, California

Rosa Romero Rojas was born on the 1st of March 1955 in Hidalgo, Mexico. She was born to a great big family. She was one of thirteen children. Rosa had been a resident of Ukiah for more than thirty years. Rosa was a dedicated and hard worker in heart and soul to the many different jobs she has performed for the last forty years. Most important, she will never be replaced because of her positive, enthusiastic, genuinely and honest personality.

Rosa will also be remembered by her unconditional and indefinitely support to family members and other members of the community. She was always proud of her family succeeding. We will also miss her joy of cooking and hosting family gatherings. We always knew her home was open for anything; a good meal, support, hugs or love.

Rosa enjoyed spending time with family on her time off. She will be greatly missed by her mother, sisters, brothers & sisters-in-laws, nieces, nephews and numerous friends. She leaves with us her son and three amazing grandchildren. Our lives won’t ever be the same without her. Family and friends are at peace knowing that Rosa has a special place in heaven on the right hand of God due to her leadership and her unconditional love.

Please join us for a Rosary on Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 6 pm and visitation until 8 pm at Eversole Mortuary. Mass will be held on Sunday, April 25, 2010 beginnning at 2:30 pm at St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church. Memorial contributions may be made to or call 800-659-1991 for more information. Arrangements under the care of The Eversole Mortuary.

We will always remember her as having been a beautiful, vibrant, positive, giving and loving person. We will always love you.

Peggy Ericson - April 20, 2010Contact this person Contact this person
My deep condolences go to Rosa's family and close friends. Over the past 5 years, working late in the evening, I had many conversations with Rosa in Spanish which were fun. She filled in the Spanish words i did not know and I just loved her smile, family stories and ways to cook Mexican style. I will miss her because as her family says, she is such a good person. Best Regards, Peggy Ericson