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Rose E. Granato - 93

5/20/1924 - 9/14/2017

Calumet City

Rose E. Granato nee Pallanti, age 93. Longtime Calumet City resident formerly Chicago’s Roseland neighborhood. Wife for 69 years to the late Anthony “Midge” Granato. Mother of Frank (Rose Marie) and Gregory (Katherine) Granato. Grandmother of Andrea (Edward) Sagel, Daniel, Timothy (Melissa) Granato, Erin (Rich) McLean, Kyle (fiancée Carla Musillo), and Kristin Granato. Great grandmother of Logan Granato, Alan Sagel, Brady and Scarlett Rose McLean. Sister of the late Della Patton, Esther Gize, Fred, Frank, William, Armand and Rudy Pallanti. Beloved aunt and dear friend of many. Resting at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W 14th St (US Rt. 30, 3 blks. E of Western Ave), Chicago Heights on Monday Sept 18th from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Funeral Tuesday morning 9:00 AM chapel prayer, to St. Damian Church, 5300 West 155th St., Oak Forest. Mass 10:00 AM. Private entombment. 708-481-9230 and panozzobros.com

3 Comments

  • Cheryl Lynn

    on 09/18/17

    My sincere condolences to the family and friends of precious Rose.Cherish your fond memories.Take comfort in knowing Almighty God keeps our loved ones in his memory and he will resurrect them back to life-John 5:28,29.
  • Adrienne and Bruce

    on 09/19/17

    We're thinking of you today and sending our prayers and wishes for a peaceful day. For me, "Rose and Midge" was like one name, always referring to them together. So maybe it was meant to be that they passed so close to each other. It seems a little comforting to me. There's barely a memory I have of growing up when Rose wasn't there in my life. From birthdays and holidays to going to see fireworks at Trumbull Park, St. Anthony carnivals and fish Fridays. I couldn't have had better Godparents than Rose and Midge who helped make my childhood memories happy ones. Hope your happy memories help get you through this. Our love, Adrienne and Bruce
  • Brittany

    on 11/12/17

    Dear Granato family, I send you my sincere sympathies for the loss of your dear loved one Rose. Losing someone we love in death is a difficult event to endure. God's Word has provided a comforting hope for the future, for our loved ones whom we have loss in death. John 5:28,29 says, "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out." What this can mean for you is a real hope of being reunited with your dear loved ones. This reunion will take place in a beautiful Paradise on earth, where we'll be able to fully experience the words "death will be no more." (Revelation 21:4;Psalm 37:11,29)

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