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Victor Rose

Victor H Rose

Thursday June 30th, 1927 - Monday March 2nd, 2020
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W. Amwell Twp.: Victor H. Rose, 92 died Monday March 2, at the Hunterdon Medical Center after a brief illness. Born in Trenton, Victor had lived in W. Amwell Twp. for the past 34 years. He served in the United States Navy during WW II, was a member of the Toscanni American Legion Post # 120, the Lambertville VFW Post # 7921, the Lambertville Moose, Elks and YMAC. For many years Victor served as Chaplin for the American Legion and served on various committees within these organizations. Victor served in the New Jersey National Guard under Col. Walter Foran. He severed as a member of the honor guard that marched in the annual Memorial Day parade in addition to being a longtime volunteer at Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead and Museum and coordinated the annual Easter Egg Hunt for Lambertville through the Combined Charities Organization for over 60 years. Victor was also a member of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Lambertville. Son of the late Charles and Bertha Godown Rose, and widower of Marie Abrams Rose who died in 1998, he is survived by three daughters, Victoria A. Rose and her husband Robert Gurry, Theresa Rose Lear, Coleen Ruggieri and her husband John, one son Christopher Rose and his wife Patricia Ann, six grandchildren, Brendan Gurry, Liam Gurry, Austen Lear, Kaleena Lear Mascola, Jessica Rose Dillon and Adrianna Ruggieri and eight great grandchildren, Mason & Ryan Gurry, Nick and Natalie Gurry, Austen and Brayden Lear, Nolen and Ryker Mascola. Funeral services will be private with a celebration of Victor’s life being held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Combined Charities c/o the American Legion, 320 N. Union St. Lambertville, NJ 08530.
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Sally Lelie,

Posted at 12:00am
I am so very sorry for your loss. Victor was a good man and friend. Hell be sorely missed? ~ Sally Lelie, Lambertville

Gus Welzel,

Posted at 12:00am
So very sorry to hear of Victors passing. He will be extremely missed at our Sunday afternoon VFW gatherings. Victor always brought rays of sunshine and a great sense of humor.My deepest sympathy. ~ Gus Welzel, Flemington, New Jersey

Susan Fadden,

Posted at 12:00am
My sincere sympathy for your loss. He was a great person ~ Susan Fadden, Lambertville, New Jersey

Florence Marro,

Posted at 12:00am
So very very sorry to hear of this wonderful mans passing away. He was always so kind. So many fond memories growing up w him & his loving family ~ Florence Marro, Blairsville, Pennsylvania

Nancy Saharic,

Posted at 12:00am
Rest In Peace. As a neighbor, you were always there to wave or say hello. We will miss seeing you. Sincere sympathy for the family ~ Nancy Saharic, Lambertville

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