ROSALIE ARULA. Age 81. Beloved wife of the late John. Dear mother of Philip and Karl. Beloved grandmother of Anthony and Rachael. Dear sister of Maria and the following deceased; Elisabeth, Waike, Anna, Linda, Julia, August, John, and Louis.
VISITATION 2-6 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1ST AT ZABOR FUNERAL HOME 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (between Ridge and Snow). FUNERAL SERVICE MONDAY 11AM AT PARMA LUTHERAN. INTERMENT BROOKLYN HEIGHTS CEMETERY.
If desired, donations can be made to Parma Lutheran 5280 Broadview Rd. Parma Oh 44134. To offer condolences visit www.ZaborFH.com
Messages of Condolence
Phil…to you and your family, sending deep and.loving prayers with heartfelt sympathies. Keep your.mom’s memory deep within you as you travel this sad journey
Dear Phil and family,
We are so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Please know we offer to all our condolences at this time of sadness and loss.
Cousin Jane & family.
We are so sorry at the loss of your dear mother but she will always be in your heart!
Remember to be absent from this earthly body is to be present with The Lord!!!
Blessings to you and your family❤❤❤
So sorry for your loss. Rosalie was such a fun and lovely person. She always was upbeat and had a nice laugh about her.
I enjoyed our many dinners together when you came to Cleveland and last June when she came to my house for Ellie’s graduation party.
We’ll be there for both Services this weekend. Take care.
Dear Karl, Michelle, Anthony, Rachel, and Arula family-
I am so sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. I was very blessed to have met her and spent time with her. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Love, Kelly Solitaria
We are so sorry to hear about Rosalie, she and John were always so kind to my kids and grandchildren. We will miss her very much. Phil are prayers go out to you and your family. She will be the next Angel in Heaven.
Please accept my sincere condolences.
May the God of peace comfort your hearts with the promise he gives at John 5:28,29.
Phil, So sorry for your loss. Win and I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Know she is with you in your heart.
For the Arula family:
Please know that my family loved Roosa from the time they met her and sisters Anni and Vaike. All 3 were lovely ladies but Roosa was particularly pretty and vivacious. She loved to talk and each language (Estonian, Belgian French, and English) she spoke with an accent that made her fun to listen to.
We thought she was brave for undertaking the adjustments she had to make all her life. She would make a captivating subject fpr a book that would,of course, make a wonderful movie. I have never known anyone so determined and gutsy. I hope that y ou know how lucky you were to have had her in your lives!
Dear Arula family,
I expect that you all know how lucky you were to have had “Roosa” in your lives. She and two of her sisters arrived n Cleveland at about th e same time, All were admirable ladies but Roosa was particularly pretty and vivacious. She loved to talk and each of the 3 languages that I know she spoke,(Estonian, Belgian French, and English) had a distinctive accent which made itg fun to listen to her.
Her life story would make a wonderful book, and, of course, a fascinating movie. I haved never known anyone as determined, gutsy and brfave as was she. So ,many adjustments she made all her life.
My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Rosalie Arula. So many wonderful condolences tell of Rosalie’s contribution of herself to many she met and knew. A beautiful quality that is appreciated by our Creator, Jehovah God (Proverbs 31:31) He in turn offers a hope for Rosalie and all of mankind (Acts 24:15)