Rose Monroe Obituary, Death – On January 29, 2021, at the age of 55, Rose Marie Monroe abruptly lost her life at the UVM Medical Center in Burlington, Vermont. Rose Matteson was born on August 15, 1965 in Cambridge, New York. Her parents, Raymond and Florence (Martelle) Matteson, both passed away before her birth. Rose Monroe was a devoted wife of her husband, Frank. She was the foundation around which they built their family. Her family, especially her spouse, occupied the center of her universe. Her time was consumed throughout the day with looking after her husband, their children, and later on, her grandkids.
Even though she had a lot on her plate, she always managed to find time for the people she loved. Her hobbies were gardening and doing crafts. It was a favorite activity of Rose and her husband to ride about the property in the Kubota as she mowed the lawn. She also enjoyed going berry picking on their homestead with her children, grandchildren, and other family members. Rose’s relationship with both her sister Barbara and her brother Greg was one of the closest possible. Her life can be summed up in the phrase “family first,” and that will be the conclusion of the story.
Rose’s grandparents, her parents, her brothers Kenneth, Richard, and Christopher Matteson, and her granddaughter Hannah Braymer all passed away before her. Francis, her spouse, is the only person who will ever truly love her. Barbara Monroe, Nicole Monroe (Ryan Hoyt), Jennifer Braymer (Paul), and Joseph Monroe will always be able to take strength from the example that their mother set for them. Rose’s life was filled with joy thanks to the arrival of her six grandchildren: Francis F. L. Monroe, Emily Monroe, Sierra Braymer, Paul Braymer Jr., James Braymer, and Florence Monroe. Gregory Matteson of North Granville, Barbara Varney (Henry) of Middle Granville, and Raymond Matteson, Jr. (Karen) of Maine are her surviving siblings. She was predeceased by her parents. In addition to this, she is survived by her stepfather, Leroy F. Monroe, Jr. The Robert M. King Funeral Home on Church Street in Granville, New York was given the responsibility of making funeral preparations.