Rosemary Amberg - 86

9/21/1926 - 12/21/2012
Frankfort resident formerly of Dolton

Rosemary Amberg nee McKnight, age 86. Frankfort resident formerly of Dolton. Wife for 65 years of H. John Amberg. Mother of James (Jody), Eugene (Ellen), John (Helen), Maribeth (Thomas) Rasmussen, Eileen (John) Loftus, Therese (John) Gregori, Michael (Ola), and Philip (Barbara) Amberg. Grandmother of 34, great –grandmother 31. Daughter of the late Mary (nee Leo) and James McKnight. Sister of Leona (late Thomas) Boyd. Rosemary and her husband Deacon John Amberg were a deacon couple and member of the second Diaconate class of the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1974. Resting at Panozzo Bros Funeral Home, 530 W. 14th St. (US Rt. 30, 3 Blks E. of Western Ave) Chicago Heights on Wednesday December 26th from 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Funeral Thursday 9:15 AM to St. Anthony Church, 7659 W. Sauk Trail Ave, Frankfort, IL. Mass 10:00 AM. Burial Abraham Lincoln National, Elwood, IL. For further service information call 708 481-9230.

Comments

Ola Amberg
12/23/12

Rose, mom: You have taught me so much throughout all the years I have been part of your family. From the time I met you and when you when you gave me your son, Michael, you have been my mom advisor and teacher. I am blessed for have had you in my life. Thank you. Go in peace, love you -Ola

Daniel Amberg
12/23/12

Grandma, Your words will stay with me and continue to better me through the encouragement, love, and divine interest you have shown every time i sat down to talk with you about my life, my loved ones, and my future. I will forever hold you in my heart. Your wisdom was never less than brilliant. Love always, Daniel

Maggie Leonard
12/24/12

Dear Amberg Family, You are always in my thoughts and prayers but especially now with the loss of Rose. You are each a unique and cherished legacy to her. Much Love, Maggie


12/31/69

B.N.
12/26/12

My condolences to the Amberg family, as I am very sorry for your loss. I hope that the memories you've shared with Rosemary will be a source of comfort at this difficult time. Also very comforting are the words at Psalm 147:3 which says, "He[God] is healing the brokenhearted ones, and is binding up their painful spots." Jehovah God will help you get through this tough time, and provides a sure hope for the future. (John 5:28,29; Psalm 37:29)

Mary Anne and Dan Troy
12/27/12

Peace to Rosemary and to John, a deacon couple whose service and love inspired many both in and out of the deaconal community,


12/31/69

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