ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of a loved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, friend, Mrs Rosemary Catherine Phiri. We will remember and love you forever.
Posted by Victoria Room on February 18, 2021
Whether in London or Zambia, Auntie Rosie always welcomed us into her home with open arms. A loving, caring person who put others first. You have touched the lives of so many. Goodbye Auntie Rosie and thank you for the good times. Remembering you with much love.
Posted by Kabalu Mwilungu on February 15, 2021
Auntie rose as I use to call you my sister I cannot begin to describe the pain you have left you could have stayed a little while longer after your tata kanshi (auntie)died I still had you and I was comforted but alas you left in a twinkling of an eye upto now I still don't know what hit me but am comforted because I know you are with your maker even in death l love you tears may dry but memories still leave on fondly missed by your girls isabel,lucy esther and sera Mysctriep til we meet
Posted by Catherine Phiri on February 14, 2021
Rose was a lovely kind, and very caring person who always put others before herself. RIP dear Rose

Neil Bounds
Posted by Catherine Phiri on February 14, 2021
In remembering our loved one on this day, we all feel a terrible loss
Rosy was a very compassionate person. She cared a lot for her friends and family and would do anything to help them. She had the same care for animals. (Cats and dogs).She was one of the most loving and caring people that I have ever met. She enjoyed drinking endless cups of tea and loved to entertain with tea.
I will always remember Rosy for her positive attitude, compassion, generosity and love for life. My sister was an example to everyone she met of how to live life. I am honored that Rosy was my sister and will always look back on our time together with fond memories. My dearest Rosy, I will always remember you and the time we spent together. Your memory will live on in my heart forever.

from Bridgette Exteen
Posted by Vivien Bounds on February 14, 2021
Rosemary personally Believed & Accepted God's Invitation to Receive Jesus as her Lord & Saviour. His Promise to all who Believe is Everlasting Life with Him in Heaven & with all those who do believe.
Have you responded & accepted her Lord?
Then you will be Reunited with her if you do! May God bless & comfort each one.
With much love x

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Posted by Victoria Room on February 18, 2021
Whether in London or Zambia, Auntie Rosie always welcomed us into her home with open arms. A loving, caring person who put others first. You have touched the lives of so many. Goodbye Auntie Rosie and thank you for the good times. Remembering you with much love.
Posted by Kabalu Mwilungu on February 15, 2021
Auntie rose as I use to call you my sister I cannot begin to describe the pain you have left you could have stayed a little while longer after your tata kanshi (auntie)died I still had you and I was comforted but alas you left in a twinkling of an eye upto now I still don't know what hit me but am comforted because I know you are with your maker even in death l love you tears may dry but memories still leave on fondly missed by your girls isabel,lucy esther and sera Mysctriep til we meet
Posted by Catherine Phiri on February 14, 2021
Rose was a lovely kind, and very caring person who always put others before herself. RIP dear Rose

Neil Bounds
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Shared by Carol Adams on February 14, 2021
Rosie your grace and kindness will always be remembered and appreciated by the Adams family. I also remember the wonderful day mum and I spent with you and your family in London. You were the ambassadors wife yet you continued to be down to earth and cared for your family with love. Continue to Rest In Peace in The Lords loving arms