Through life’s ups and downs, Roseanne always provided a warm environment for her kids. She stressed manners and education while always putting her own needs last. She worked for many years at Stephen Herman Real Estate , where her co-workers were more like family. Throughout her life she made it a point to stay in touch with friends and family, retirement gave her the opportunity to re reacquaint with friends and family from the past with Facebook. Not only her friend’s, but her kids also. If you posted something, within seconds she’d either have liked it or left a comment.
She’d meet a guy named Sonny Banning; they’d share a 30 year romance. Her grandkids called him “Pop” Sonny. She is survived by her children:, Anthony (Margie) Gatto, Elena (Chris) Nottis and Andrea (Tim) Huhn; her sister, Sr. Roberta Archibald S.S.J. To her grandchildren, Timothy and Nicole Huhn, Anthony, Michael and Christian Gatto and Ava Nottis, Mom Mom was the star of the show, maybe because of her purse, full of envelopes of Mom Mom money. Easter egg hunts will never be the same: Roseanne filled the plastic eggs with cash. She is also survived by her nephew and godchild, J.R. Coyne.
Come celebrate 72 great years Wednesday 6-8 p.m. and Thursday 9-10 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. at Parish of St. Clare of Assisi, St. Joseph’s Church, Swedesboro. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Joseph’s Villa, 100 West Wissahickon Ave, Flourtown PA 19031 will be appreciated.