Rosemary Wroe Obituary, Death – Wroe (nee Darcy) (Newry) Rosemary (Marie), the devoted wife of Morris, who had passed away prior to her passing, and the loving mother of Emma, Martin, Mario, and Morris; the mother-in-law of Bridie and Mary; and the cherished grandmother of Katherine, Anna, Stephen, Ethan, and Amelia, passed away peacefully at the hospital on January 19, 2023. 49, Daisy Hill Gardens, Newry. I fervently pray that God will grant her spirit the tranquility it desperately requires.
Remains of Marie will be placed in repose at her home beginning today, Friday, at 3 p.m., and will remain there until they are removed on Sunday evening at 6 p.m., after which they will travel to St. Catherine’s Church on Dominic Street at 6.30 p.m., where they will be interred. The funeral service will take place on Monday morning. Immediately following the Requiem Mass that will be held on Monday at 12.30 p.m., the burial will take place at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Newry. The Mass will be held on Monday. (churchservices.tv)
Whenever anyone brings up St. Joseph’s Primary School, your name is invariably the first that springs to mind. She remained the cutest little woman throughout all of the years, despite the passage of time, and this trait did not change at any point. RIP Ms. Wroe would like to offer her family our sincere condolences during this difficult time.
Her devoted family, the Darcy Family, along with other members of her extended family and friends, are lamenting her passing deeply due to fact that she has passed away.
You are welcome to send memorial contributions to Cancer Research Northern Ireland in care of the family or to McAnulty Funeral Directors, which can be found at 35, Church Street, Warrenpoint, BT34 3HN. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made in this form. Our deepest condolences go out to the Wroe and D’Arcy families on the passing of their loved one, a woman who was truly remarkable in every way. Mrs. Wroe, you were such a wonderful person,
and you imprinted yourself on the lives of a great number of children who attended St. Joseph’s primary school during your time there. You will always be remembered with such fondness and warmth by everyone who knew you. As you go to rest in peace, my prayer is that you will discover solace in the loving arms of the angels.