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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Rosemarie Stallworth

1953 - 2021

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       Rosemarie Stallworth was born on April 19, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois.  She received her heavenly wings on February 19, 2021 in Valparaiso, Indiana. Rosemarie was the only child born to Arthur and Pauline (Gibson) Stallworth, both who preceded her in death.

       Rosemarie, affectionately called Punkin, grew up on the west side of Chicago.  She attended Victor Herbert Elementary School, and Crane High School.  She worked as a transportation aide at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.  She also worked at UPS.  Rosemarie was a devoted member of Advancing Christ’s Kingdom Global Ministries.  

       Punkin was fun loving, sensitive and always had a sense of humor.  She loved reading, dancing, traveling and great food.

       Rosemarie leaves to mourn first cousins: Gerri Gibson, Dureya (Minnieetta) Gibson, Sheri Gibson, Ann (Shannon) Vivitello, Cynthia Gibson, Kendra (Eric) Nelson, Benjamin (BJ) Stallworth, Brenda Barefield; an uncle, George L. Gibson; and many, many other cousins and friends.

       Interment will be at Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip, Illinois.

       Professional arrangements are entrusted to the White-Love Funeral Home in Chesterton, Indiana.‚Äč  Memories may be shared at: www.whitelovefuneralhome.com.

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Renee Iovino

March 23, 2021 11:03 AM

Rosemarie (Punkin) was a friend for life, we knew each other from high school (Crane) in Chicago. I used to live a couple of blocks from here and she baby sat my oldest child. We lost touch with each other until I started driving the bus in Gary. I first met her mom and then Punkin. We once again became inseparable. When I moved to Colorado to seek bigger endeavors we had talked about her relocating out there with me. But we had lost touch again because she had gotten sick and she didn't want me to know. She loved learning about the History of Christianity and always was jovial and forgiving. I know she is with our Heavenly Father just talking his ear off. Lolol. I will miss her dearly. To my friend always in heart, mind and soul. Love you Punkin.

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