Rosemarie Kroll

Rosemarie M. Kroll (LoCascio)

Saturday, September 7, 1929 - Sunday, April 11, 2021
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September 7, 1929 – April 11, 2021
New Windsor, NY

Rosemarie M. (LoCascio) Kroll, of New Windsor, NY entered into eternal rest on April 11, 2021 at the Montgomery Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Montgomery, NY. She was 91 years old.

The daughter of the late Dr. Anthony LoCascio and Amalia (Panvini) LoCascio, Rosemarie was born on September 7, 1929 in Queens, NY.

Rosemarie was a long-time Parishioner of St. Thomas of Canterbury Church in Cornwall-On-Hudson. She was the most loving mother and a friend to all that met her. She had an amazing personality. She will be greatly missed.

Rosemarie was predeceased by her loving husband: Henry J. Kroll in 1985 and her firstborn daughter: Amalia (Kroll) DeMarco in 2012. She is survived by her children: Anthony and his companion Melanie, Henry and his wife LuAnn, Paul and his wife Beverly, Rosemarie (Kroll) Petro and her husband James, Wayne and his companion Naomi, Marie (Kroll) Rizzi and her husband Christopher and Victoria (Kroll) Moreau and her husband Steve; her son-in-law: Lance DeMarco; 11 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; and her sister: Lena Daneo.

Due to the public health concerns of the Corona Virus (Covid-19), services for Rosemarie will be private. On behalf of the family, thank you for your understanding and support during this difficult time.

Memorial Contributions in Rosemarie’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 2 Jefferson Plaza, Suite 203, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Arrangements are entrusted to Quigley-Sullivan Funeral Home, Inc.; to send condolences please go to
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    Calvary Cemetery
    304 Walsh Avenue
    NEW WINDSOR, NY 12553
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Due to the public health concerns of the Corona Virus (Covid-19), services for Rosemarie will be private. On behalf of the family, thank you for your understanding and support during this difficult time.


Donations are being accepted for: Alzheimer's Association.


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David Lantelme

Posted at 12:32pm
Our beloved neighbor Rosemary always greeted everyone with a full heart and a smile. Her concern for others was paramount, I recall when my mother was recuperating from gall bladder surgery Rosemary prepared a full platter of spaghetti and meatballs (with her signature homemade tomato sauce) for our family. My heartfelt condolences to the Kroll family to have lost such a loving mother and friend, and realizing she was able to see so many of her grandchildren and great grandchildren gives comfort she lived a very full life.

Carolyn Lantelme

Posted at 04:36pm
As a pre-teen and teenager, it was always fun to go to the Kroll house. Rosemary welcomed everyone, and there was always a lot going on, usually in the kitchen. Rosemary often made pizza for us with homemade pizza dough which was a marvel to me. Years later when I saw her helping at Henry’s greenhouse, she was the same Rosemary, always smiling and happy. She was a joy to know. I believe she led a very happy life, and I hope that thought gives comfort to her children who I am sure miss her very much. My heartfelt condolences to the family. Carrie Lantelme

Al Cavalari

Posted at 08:13am
There is something very special in adults who have great skill in relating to kids and she had it. I think most of us are a bit formal around kids and maintain a sense of rank. We're the adults, they're the kids. Rosemary, and that is what we all called her even when we were kids, drew kids to her. She always had a bright and enthusiastic greeting for you that made you feel she was thrilled that you had come by. Even when I had not seen her for decades there might be some chance encounter and it was still just the same. She was thrilled to see you and that made you happy. It's a skill. It's no wonder that the Kroll Household was full of her own kids and their friends. Always lots of happy excitement. She was great. I'm glad to have known her and to have grown up with the Krolls. Al Cavalari


Posted at 02:51pm
I shared many good moments with my sister- in-law. We often shopped and went to the pool. She liked the boardwalk in Wildwood, although she was afraid of the haunted house at the amusement park. I enjoyed spending time with her in the summer. I remember grocery shopping with her at the "Big V" and filling two carts. We played cards with Hank and cheated so he'd lose. We also played UNO, but Vicky always won. We watched television together. Your mother liked John Stamos and Patrick Swayze and, of course, Elvis. Her favorite show was the Flintstones. Sometimes, she would fall asleep on my couch and my daughter would fill her hair with barrettes. I still have my wedding pictures of her and my little flower girl, Ro Ro. Wishing you all well, Aunt Terri


Posted at 02:37pm
Aunt Rosemary was a great mother , brother, and Aunt. We went to many garage sales in the summer which she called going "sailing" and she would buy lots of stuff for her kids and husband. The first summer she stayed at our home she weighed 98 pounds, then my mother kept feeding her cutlets, pasta, and pizza and she left weighing 124 pounds. She will be missed. Love, Patricia

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