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Rosanne Maslovsky

Rosanne Maslovsky passed away unexpectedly on June 15, 2022. She was surrounded by the love of her family.

Rosanne was born in Brooklyn, NY on November 12, 1945, the only daughter of Anthony and Lillian Cinquino. The family moved to Lake Park, FL when she was a teen and Rosanne graduated from Riviera Beach High School.

Just after graduating, she married her high school sweetheart Philip Cadle and moved to Palm Beach Gardens where she lived for the next 50+ years. They had 4 children - Philip, Michael, Wendy and Donna. Though the marriage didn’t last, Rosanne always said the best gift he could have given her was her 4 kids. She would later marry Andy Maslovsky whom she was married to for more than 30 years prior to his passing in July of 2019.

At heart, Rosanne was a big kid, always excited by even the smallest of life’s beauty. She loved Elvis, animals, nature, oldies music, cartoons, roses, puzzles of all kinds, sweets, mysteries and supernatural/sci-fi stories. She had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh. But most of all she loved her family. And she was deeply loved by them. Her four children, along with her 2 sons in law whom she loved like sons (Dave and Greg) and her beautiful grandchildren were the light of her life. She looked forward to and cherished every moment spent with them. She spent a lot of time with her 2 daughters, referring to their group as the Three Musketeers, changing that to the Four Musketeers when her granddaughter started joining them on their adventures.

Rosanne didn’t have the easiest life but she had a truly beautiful soul, always having a kind word and a sweet and genuine smile to share with everyone. She loved nice people and celebrated each one she found. She could talk to anyone and everyone loved to talk to her. She made a positive impression and impact in the lives of all the people she touched.

She is preceded in death by her parents, eldest son, beloved uncles and aunts, and 2 special cousins.

The family will hold a service for her loved ones at a later time. To honor Rosanne’s memory, the family asks that you share a smile or a kindness with a stranger. Make the world a little brighter as she always did.

Posted online on June 19, 2022

Published in The Palm Beach Post

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06/28/22 05:03 PM #1    

David Owens (1963)

Rest in Peace Rosanne. I never got to thank you for your help in our bookkeeping class. I'll remember your kindness and smile.

06/29/22 10:32 AM #2    

Joe Marmo (1963)

R.I.P. Rosanne...


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