Rose Marie O'Quin, 92, passed away December 22, 2012. Survived by her children, Dr. Ronald (Eileen) O'Quin of Woodinville, Wash., Dennis (Jeanette) O'Quin of Pueblo and Mary Jo D'Orazio of Denver; daughter-in-law, Pat Coffee of Steele, Ala.; grandchildren, Ryan O'Quin, Steven (Jessica) O'Quin, Nicholas O'Quin, Laura O'Quin, Brandon O'Quin, Kyle O'Quin, Adam Bayley, Jack Bayley, Laura Bayley, Spencer Snell, Gino Coffee and Jason Coffee; great-grandchildren, Brayden O'Quin, Taylor Coffee, Dexter Coffee, Gavin Coffee, Alexis Kay, Jacob Coffee, Nicholas Coffee; cousins, Helen (Richard) Harris, Minnie (Bill) Diss, Nancy O'Dorisio, Violet O'Dorisio; sister-in-law, Sarah Coffee. Preceded in death by her husband, Aldridge O'Quin in 1977 a son, Ray Coffee, and brothers, Angelo Coffee, Joseph Coffee and Mike Coffee. Rose was born December 11, 1920, in Pueblo. She was the owner/operator of C & O Manufacturing until 1983 when her son, Dennis, purchased the business. Since her family and the business was so much a part of her life, she continued working at C & O Window and Door until retiring in 2007. Rose was very caring, unselfish and compassionate with her family and strong in her Catholic faith. Rosary, 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Funeral Mass, 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012, at Shrine of St. Therese, 300 Goodnight Ave., with Msgr. Ed Nunez as celebrant. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Catholic Charities through the funeral home. Online condolences,

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  1. I will always have a special place in my heart and prayers for Rose. She was a very strong, hardworking and caring woman who I will admire and remember always. I have very many great memories of Rose. I was thinking about Rose today and that is how I found out she had passed away. My thoughts and prayers for her entire family. God bless you all.

  2. Dear Family,
    I regret I am not able to come from St. Louis for the Funeral. I will offer Mass for your beloved Rose, as well as for ALL of you in the family.
    Fr. Mac

  3. Dear Ronald and Dennis and Mary Jo, and all the family,
    I offer my prayers and sympathy at the death of your beloved Mother. We entrust Rose to the loving embrace of our gracious God. I pray that our Lord and our Blessed Mother will bring all of you much comfort, strength, and renewed Hope in this time of death and loss.
    I knew Rose from our days together at Roncalli H.S. and have kept in touch all these years. It was a delight to be with Rose and pray and share with her. She was a Lay Marianist AFFILIATE and she received countless graces and Blessings through living as a faithful Marianist Affiliate. God give her great Christmas Peace and rest now in His Eternal Kingdom.
    Sincerely, with prayer,
    Father Mac (Alvin McMenamy)

  4. I’m sorry to hear about Aunt Rose. My dad loved her dearly and her family as well. I am unable to attend her services but your family is in my thoughts. Rest in peace Aunt Rose — Mary Coffee, Port Orchard, WA

  5. So sorry for your loss my cousins. Your mom, my Aunt Rose was a good and beautiful person who’s.kindness will be remembered by me always. Love you all. Your cousin Joe Coffee.

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