“We thank God for taking our mother peacefully home!” – Mrs. Rose A. Nosko’s children [#WeThankGod #PeacefullyHome #TitusvilleFlorida]

“We thank God for taking our mother peacefully home!” – Mrs. Rose A. Nosko’s children [#WeThankGod #PeacefullyHome #TitusvilleFlorida]

Mrs. Rose A. Nosko, 90, passed away peacefully on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, surrounded by her children.

The world lost a beautiful lady, but faith tells us she is in a better place. The pain is gone and she has been given eternal happiness.

Rose A. Nosko was a longtime resident of West Elm Street, Titusville, Florida.

Rose A. Nosko also spent 6 years at the Billie Brown Senior Center in Titusville and most recently resided at Wesbury Azalea Cottage in Meadville.

Born April 15, 1929, in Venus, Pa., Rose A. Nosko was the daughter of the late Francis P. and Rose A. (Conner) Aaron.

Rose A. Nosko was married on June 1, 1957, by Father Raymond Weisenburger, at St. Michael’s Church in Fryburg, to Philip J. Nosko.

Mr. Philip J. Noskopreceded her in death on Aug. 10, 1995.

Rose A. Nosko never thought she would outlive her beloved Phil by 25 years.

Rose A. Nosko was a graduate of Shippenville High School, class of 1947, and Michael’s Beauty School in Meadville.

Rose A. Nosko owned and operated a beauty salon in Venus, and for many years at her residence in Titusville.

Rose A. Nosko was a member of St. Titus Church where she was active in the Christian service, Altar and Rosary Society.

Rose A. Nosko also volunteered at the American Cancer Society and at Titusville Area Hospital.

Rose A. Nosko took great pride in raising her 7 children and spending time with her grandchildren.

Rose A. Nosko enjoyed taking trips to Myrtle Beach with her husband, bowling, putting together puzzles, exercising at the YMCA, baking and watching her favorite Pittsburgh teams (Steelers, Pirates and Penguins).

Rose A. Nosko is survived by her children, George Nosko and wife Jennifer, of Fulton, New York; Rose Saxton, of Meadville; Philip Nosko II and wife Tricia, of Townville; Mary Jane Clark and husband Roger, of Erie; Nancy Wright; Michael Nosko; and Patrick Nosko and wife Ashleigh, all of Titusville; 21 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-granddaughter.

Rose A. Nosko had a special place in her heart for many; especially her life-long friend and sister-in-law Ruth, her dear niece Rhonda, her many friends over the years including Ellen and Dottie, all her friends from Saint Titus, all her friends at Billie Brown, and Lois her last best friend.

In addition to her husband and parents, Rose A. Nosko was preceded in death by 6 brothers, Edward, Walter, Henry, Robert, Earl and Morris Aaron; and a sister, Mary Jane Aaron who died in infancy.

Rose A. Nosko’s children express their sincere thanks and appreciation to all who supported her, especially in the later years.

“We thank God for taking our mother peacefully home!”
– Mrs. Rose A. Nosko’s children

Rose A. Nosko, 90:
Titusville Herald

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