In memory of
Rosammah Stanislaus
In memory of
Rosammah Stanislaus
Rosammah Stanislaus 'The heart of her family's home' Rosammah Stanislaus peacefully died in Greensboro, N.C., on Sunday, Feb. 14, after several years of declining health. Rose, as she officially became after earning her U.S. citizenship in 1977, was born to parents on Oct. 25, 1931, Lillippoo Mudiyan and Daniel Vairaven, both deceased, in Ceylon, which is now Sri Lanka. She married Santiago Stanislaus on Dec. 28, 1959, and they had three children - two sons and one daughter. After he traveled to the U.S. to establish a home for his family in Staten Island because its open spaces reminding him of home, Rose, who'd never left her home country, traveled to the U.S. in 1968 with her three children. The family settled in Staten Island, New York, where they lived for 26 years and later moved to New Jersey. She was the heart of her family's Staten Island home that was the center of celebration, and guidance for so many to become the better part of themselves. While in New York, Rose took accounting classes at the College of Staten Island and got a certificate at the City University of New York. Rose worked for CIT in Manhattan, New York as a bank clerk and retired from the Bank of New York as a bookkeeper. Rose is survived by her husband of 62 years, Stan; three children, Raj (wife Pam), Mathy (wife Suganthy) and Amutha (husband James); four grandchildren, Brandon, Morgan, Jensen and Faith; and great-grandson Dominic and a host of nieces and nephews. Her parents and brother, Daniel Mariathasan, preceded her in death. While our hearts are broken at the loss of our "amma" we know that her velvety petals and intoxicating aroma will live on in eternity and her spirit will live in us forever. Funeral arrangements through Woodard Funeral Home Greensboro NC (see website: woodardfuneral homeinc.com ) In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Community health care Hospice, communityhch.com .
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3200 N O'Henry Blvd
Greensboro, NC 27405
In memory of
Rosammah Stanislaus
Rosammah Stanislaus 'The heart of her family's home' Rosammah Stanislaus peacefully died in Greensboro, N.C., on Sunday, Feb. 14, after several years of declining health. Rose, as she officially became after earning her U.S. citizenship in 1977, was born to parents on Oct. 25, 1931, Lillippoo Mudiyan and Daniel Vairaven, both deceased, in Ceylon, which is now Sri Lanka. She married Santiago Stanislaus on Dec. 28, 1959, and they had three children - two sons and one daughter. After he traveled to the U.S. to establish a home for his family in Staten Island because its open spaces reminding him of home, Rose, who'd never left her home country, traveled to the U.S. in 1968 with her three children. The family settled in Staten Island, New York, where they lived for 26 years and later moved to New Jersey. She was the heart of her family's Staten Island home that was the center of celebration, and guidance for so many to become the better part of themselves. While in New York, Rose took accounting classes at the College of Staten Island and got a certificate at the City University of New York. Rose worked for CIT in Manhattan, New York as a bank clerk and retired from the Bank of New York as a bookkeeper. Rose is survived by her husband of 62 years, Stan; three children, Raj (wife Pam), Mathy (wife Suganthy) and Amutha (husband James); four grandchildren, Brandon, Morgan, Jensen and Faith; and great-grandson Dominic and a host of nieces and nephews. Her parents and brother, Daniel Mariathasan, preceded her in death. While our hearts are broken at the loss of our "amma" we know that her velvety petals and intoxicating aroma will live on in eternity and her spirit will live in us forever. Funeral arrangements through Woodard Funeral Home Greensboro NC (see website: woodardfuneral homeinc.com ) In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Community health care Hospice, communityhch.com .
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3200 N O'Henry Blvd
Greensboro, NC 27405
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