Rosalie 'Rose' Cogley, 66, born Jun. 22, 1944, was called home on Nov. 11, 2010. She leaves behind her sons, Chris (Sarah D.), Terry and Melvin; daughters, Victoria and Kathy; grandchildren, Alexis (Troy), Miranda (Joel), Natasha and Kristen; great-grandchildren, Elijah, Audriana and Davina Rosalie; nephew, Robert (Marla); and niece, Crystal. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Mary Alice (O'Leary) Cogley; and sister, Charon Humphrey. Rose spent and devoted her entire life caring for the disabled in Pueblo. She was a graduate of South High School and also volunteered with Search and Rescue. A memorial service will be held, 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010, at St. Francis Church, 611 Logan Ave., followed by a reception at All Season's Gourmet Catering Co. (Formerly Red Top) at 112 West 2nd St. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. We met Rose many years ago when she shared a home with our cousin and her best friend/sister. All of our lives are richer for having known her. God’s blessings to all of you in your time of grief. Don, Loretta, Ken & Betty, Bobby,
    Terry, & Lynette.

  2. I met Rose back when I worked at PCBDD. Due to work commitments, I was unable to attend her service today. I have only good memories of Rose, and will always remember her kindness and devotion to those she served. My deepest and sincerest condolences to her family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. Chris and family,my condolences to you all, Heavens gained a very important and special lady,So very special to my brother Melvin (Buddy).Rose gave so much to others and no one can replace her.She will be missed by us so much…and just know Rose is in a wonderful place now. She was loved by many ! Prayers to you all, Nancy Waldenmeyer & family,Naomi & Melvin.

  4. I met Rose in 2007 during the Obama campaign. She attended my meetings and was a very nice lady and supporter. I will miss Rose, she was a friend I will always remember. RIP Rose..My sympathies to all of Rose’s family.

  5. I met Rose in the 1970’s when I was actively volunteering with others at the YWCA to get our Crisis Shelter going, etc. I haven’t seen her in so long, but I
    will always remember her as such a caring person. I am glad that our paths crossed and send all of you prayers for God’s special comfort right now. I am thankful for Rose’s earthly life! Sincerely, Leah Samuelson

  6. To the family of Rose. My husband and I were friends of Rose as we went to school together. I remember her as a very kind and sweet natured person. Please accept our condolences and may the “peace of Jesus” be with you and yours at this sad time. Carol Paglione Gordon and Gary

  7. Rose cared for my friend’s disabled son. She was a wonderful caregiver and will be greatly missed by her friends and her community. My condolences to her friends and family members. Pueblo will be poorer without Rose, but Heaven will have gained an angel.

  8. I meet Rose in high school and she was a sweet loving person. I just talked to her two weeks ago and I cannot believe she has passed away. To Chris and family my prayers are with you. You have not only lost your mother, but also you aunt in such a short time. God be with you always.

  9. I worked with Rose in the late 1960s and early 1970s at Bowlero Lanes when she worked in the nursery.

    She was probably the sweetest person either of has ever known.

    RIP, Rose.

  10. I was shocked to hear of Rose’s passing. I was a friend of hers in high school and later. She was a good friend and I regret not keeping in touch with her over the years. My prayers are with all of her family and friends. I know she is greatly missed. May the Lord comfort you all during this sad time.

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