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Annabelle Maureen Rosemond

Born: Sat., Aug. 30, 1997
Died: Thu., Nov. 22, 2018


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Nov. 30, 2018
Location: LifeHouse Church


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Sat., Dec. 01, 2018
Location: LifeHouse Church


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Annabelle Maureen Rosemond, 21 of New Bedford, MA passed away November 22, 2018 from injuries due to a auto accident. She was the loving daughter of Claude Rosemond and Deserie Golis.

She was born August 30, 1997 in Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven Connecticut. She attended New Bedford High School, New Bedford Vocational Technical School and Rob Roy Academy and has lived in New Bedford and Providence, RI

She worked at Stephen and Company Hair Salon in Dartmouth, MA. Annabelle loves to journal, loved chicken and frech fries and loved staying in and being with her boo. She also loved singing loudly in the car, going to concerts with friends on a whim, dancing, Starbucks, smoothies, candy and she always carried snacks wherever she went. Any time music was on Annabelle danced and had the aux chord. She enjoyed doing hair and makeup and loved laughing and helping out with little kids.
She attended LifeHouse Church in Middleboro, MA and Waters Church in Attleboro, MA.

Annabelle also had several nick names “A.B. Anna Banana. Annieboo. Annie. Ann. Anna Sun. Bookeboo. Abs. Boo”.

In addition to her parents Claude and Deserie she is survived by her sisters Molly Horan, Melissa Lombardozzi, and Aja Marks and brothers Eric Colacino and Peter Lombardozzi. She was in love and everyone knew it. There wasn’t a moment that went by she wouldn’t express her love for her fiancé, Hayden.

She loved her sisters, her uncles/aunts/cousins, nieces/nephew, parents, brothers, friends and fiancé with a love so deep and unmatched.

There isn’t a person who would leave the hair salon where she worked, without feeling brand new. Out of very little, she made herself to be a successful woman of God that looked out for others in every way.

A light.

“A soul that shined so bright” She truly made the room light up when she came in. She is someone who has brought even the furthest of people closer. With the most beautiful and infectious smile, she could laugh and capture everyone’s attention because of her beauty.

A friend of all.
She loved people and she made sure they knew it. There isn
’t a soul that hasn’t spoken well of her. Annabelle truly lived her best life. She cared deeply for those around her and she worked hard. She worked hard making others feel beautiful.

She made many jokes, laughed and smiled everyday. She danced and she loved, she praised God for all He
’s done despite the circumstances and she never stopped caring even when all hope seemed lost.

She is pure beauty. The lives that have been changed because of her are innumerable. Even if you met her for just a moment, she impacted your life. She was witty and so sweet. You couldn’t spend a minute with her without laughing until you cried, dancing or singing. She was joyous and made life exciting.

Annabelle was strong. She fought for all she had and fought for others. Annabelle didn’t love little, she loved with everything she had. She was always finding a way to make people feel loved and appreciated.

There are many people who have come to Christ and are changed because she made an impact on their life. She was the embodiment of joy. She was Anna Sun. She shined brighter than anyone.

She was the greatest gift given to us all and she will be missed. There
’s a hole in our hearts where she was, but we have a hope because Annabelle loved Jesus with everything she had. She is dancing in Heaven. No pain, no sorrow or tears. Just complete joy.

We will see her again.

Visitation will take place on Friday, November 30, 2018 from 4-8 PM in the LifeHouse Chuech, 17 Jericho Road, Middleboro, MA

Her Funeral will be on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 11:00 AM in LifeHouse Church.

At the families request in lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be given in Annabelle's name to  https://www.gofundme.com/fbrv7a-help-foster-children-in-honor-of-annabelle
 

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Peter & Kathy Lomardozzi
   Posted Mon November 26, 2018
It is difficult to say with words what we are feeling at this time of sorrow. How do you understand the loss of someone so young and beautiful, with her whole life ahead of her. I have fond memories of Peter, Melissa, Molly and Annabelle playing together and as they got older, hanging out when they came to visit in Connecticut. Annabelle has left a lasting impression on us that we will carry in our hearts forever. In her memory, we should all pay forward the kindness and love that Annabelle extended to all who were lucky enough to have known her.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Love, Peter and Kathy Lombardozzi

Amanda Quirk
   Posted Tue November 27, 2018
My deepest condolences to Melissa, Desire, and the rest of their family. I am so sorry for your loss! May god give you all the strength to get through this. I will continue to pray for her entire family!

Pam Rogers Wilkerson
   Posted Tue November 27, 2018
There are no words that can be said that will make this any better. Just remember that now Annabelle gets to meet her grandmother Maureen. My prayers are with Deserie, Claude, and the family. May God comfort you during your time of sorrow. I love you my dear cousin Deserie, and I wish I could be there with you. I am there in spirit.

Tim Chattman
   Posted Wed November 28, 2018
Deepest most heartfelt sympathies to Claude and family. Prayers for God's comfort during this time.

Eric Paul Dorman
   Posted Thu November 29, 2018
The entire family at the Lakeville Family Worship Center send our love to your family and the LifeHouse Church Family during this difficult time. We are praying for you all. God is too wise to be mistaken. God is too good to be unkind. When we can see His hand. When we can't trace his plan. We can trust in His heart.

d mullins
   Posted Sun December 02, 2018
So very sorry for the tragic loss of your precious Annabelle
There is little that anyone can say or do to ease your pain and suffering. Life is so short and those we love are gone from our lives too quickly. Ecclesiastes 9:11 tells us that" unexpected events effect us all."
Psalms 37:29: promises "The righteous will possess the earth, And they will live forever on it." and the beautiful resurrection promise found at Acts 24:15:"And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous" May the love of family and friends and the God of all comfort be with you at this difficult time please visit jw.org
most sincerely
d mullins