Obit pg 4 1-6-22

Rosemary Roy
PUTNAM — Rosemary Roy, 86, of Woodstock Avenue, formerly of Liberty Highway, died Dec. 8, 2021, after a brief illness. Rosemary was born Dec. 7, 1935, in Putnam, the daughter of the late Adelard Roy and Viola (Murray) Spaulding.
Rosemary was a 1954 graduate of Putnam High School. She worked at Gerber Scientific and was a designer for Stanadyne Automotive Corporation for many years prior to her first retirement.
Once “retired,” she worked for a number of years at the Home Depot in several departments (her favorite being tools) and was climbing ladders at work into her early 80s  even when told she should stay closer to the ground.
Rosemary was also a skilled artist, carpenter and woodworker and could draw, build, and/or fix, most anything.
Rosemary was a free spirit who traveled across the country on her own and truly lived life on her own terms. She was a friend to creatures big and small and rescued many pets over the years; all of them becoming her family. She was filled with compassion and would never hesitate to lend a helping hand to an animal or friend in need.
She leaves nieces and nephews, wonderful friends, extended family members, and her three cats.  She also leaves her second family, Pauline Dina, Debra Keeler, Donna McGowen, Steve Adamczyk, Alex Dina, and her “little clown,” Alexis Dina-Conte, to whom she will always be “Mimi.” She was predeceased by her siblings June, Shirley, Joyce, Robert, Sonny, Donald, and Eugene as well as her dear friend, Al Dina.
A Celebration of Rosemary’s Life will be held at 11 a.m. Jan. 7, 2022, at the Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School St., Webster.
Donations: Your local animal shelter.


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