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RoseMarie (Malinic) Koslow

  • On July 18, 2022

RoseMarie (Malinic) Koslow, age 96 of Peters Township formerly of Robinson Township went to be with the  Lord on July 18, 2022. Born on January 27, 1926 in Pittsburgh, she is the daughter of the late Adam and Barbara Malinic.

Beloved wife of the late James C. Koslow. Loving mother of Karen (the late Lee) Barker of Brighton, MI; James (Lori) Koslow of Dunlap, TN; Jane (Jimmy) Blicharz of Franklin Park, PA; Kris (Frank) Manslow of Robinson Township, PA; Joan (Mike) Columbus of McDonald, PA; and Barbara (Jeff) Karoleski of Peters Township, PA. Cherished sister the late John Malinic, Edward Malinic, Robert Malinic, Elizabeth Malinic, and sister in law to the late Fred (Celeste) Koslow. Loving grandmother to 12 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, and one more on the way. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Retiring after 20 plus years from Bell Telephone, RoseMarie spent many years volunteering at the Ohio Valley General Hospital and delivering Meals on Wheels in Robinson Township. RoseMaire was an avid reader, loved playing solitaire, enjoyed cross-stitch, attending group exercise with friends, loved the beach and traveling anywhere.

Friends are welcome on Wednesday July 20, 2022 from 3 PM – 8 PM at Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Road, McMurray Pa 15317.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Holy Trinity Polish National Catholic Church on Thursday July 21, 2022 at 10 AM at 605 North Hewitt Avenue, Washington PA 15301. Everyone please meet at the church. Followed by burial at Saint Nicholas Cemetery, Mount Troy Road (Lonsdale Road) Reserve Township, PA 15212.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Little Sisters of the Poor, Pittsburgh PA, https://www.wesharegiving.org/app/giving/WeShare-1888?tab=home .

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Beverly Mayhew
Mrs Koslow was indeed a loving, caring, giving woman who raised the most incredible children. I loved listening to her stories of ‘old’ Pittsburg and her neighborhood growing up. And no one could say a rosary with such love as she could. I will miss her. 💚
Jacquelyn Allgaier Caseau
I have known Mrs Koslow my entire life from childhood neighborhood days, to family get togethers and time at the beach which she loved so much. Such a woman of faith grace and beauty! I will miss her ❤️
Pat Cesnik
Aunt Rose will be greatly missed. She always had a lovely smile and loved being with family. She was devoted to her husband and children, parents and really like the big sister to her brothers. She loved that we named our son, Adam, which was her dad’s name and she would tell me every time we saw her! I’m sure she’s smiling down on all of us.
Jean Malinic
Aunt Rose, the matriarch of the Malinic family, who never seem to age. She was young at heart, politically aware, drove a car well into her eighties! Aunt Rose cherished her children and they adored her! She believed in the power of prayer and was devoted to the rosary. Thank you for your prayers. We will miss you❤️