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Betty Lou (Tessier) Rosen

Born: Mon., Apr. 28, 1930
Died: Thu., Nov. 6, 2014

Memorial Service

10:00 AM Mon., Dec. 08, 2014
Location: North Rochester Congregational Church

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Betty Lou (Tessier) Rosen 84, passed away on November 6, 2014 at her home in Lakeville, MA after a long illness.  She was the wife of the late Donald F. Rosen of 52 years.

Born April 28, 1930, in Middleborough, MA she was the daughter of the late Harold and Sophia Tessier.

Mrs. Rosen attended Middleborough public schools and graduated from Middleborough Memorial High School in 1948.

She worked and volunteered at various locations including Lakeville Hospital, St. Luke’s Hospital, Lakeville Historical Society, and Welcome Wagon.  She was a past active member of the Central Congregational Church in Middleboro, MA and the North Rochester Congregational Church. Betty Lou was employed early in her life at Winthrop Atkins as a switchboard operator and sales clerk at the Boston Store in Middleborough.

Over the course of her life she enjoyed being with her family, music, sports, camping and vacations as well as being involved in bowling leagues.

Betty Lou is survived by her 3 children, Neil and Joanne Rosen of Scarborough, ME, Cynthia and Gan Barber of Lakeville, MA and Donald and Elizabeth Rosen of Bridgewater, MA;  Grandchildren, Lucas Rosen, Daniel Rosen, Ethan Barber and Ariel Barber, Jessica Marot, Erica Rosen, Amy Rosen and Abbie Rosen and great grandchildren, Ava Rosen, Lucia Rosen, and Noah Marot.

In addition she is survived by her sister Elaine Dirksen of Tempe, AZ, beloved nieces, nephews, neighbors and friends.  She was also the sister of the late Winona Tessier, (Harrison).

A memorial service will be conducted at 10:00 am on December 8, 2014 at the North Rochester Congregational Church, in Rochester, MA followed by a brief graveside service at 11:30 at the Cemetery at the Green Plympton St. Middleboro, MA.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to CARE (www.care.org) or to the Salvation Army (www.salvationarmyusa.org).

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