Marjorie Louise Roosa

Marjorie Louise Roosa

January 12, 1933 - July 24, 2013

Marjorie Louise Roosa

January 12, 1933 - July 24, 2013


Marjorie Louise “Robbie” Roosa, a 45-year resident of California, was called home to be with her Lord Jesus on July 25, 2013. She was born in 1933 in Middletown, Ohio to Arthur and Marjorie Robinson, the youngest of three daughters. Her sister Robin Coddington, is deceased, and she is survived by her eldest sister, Emily Kinkley of New Jersey.

Louise is survived by her husband of 57 years, William Roosa and their two daughters, Kristen Renee Roosa of San Diego and Lauren Ann Satin of Huntington Beach.

Louise was a graduate registered nurse of Middletown Hospital in conjunction with Oxford University in Oxford Ohio. Over the years she was employed by the following hospitals: Middletown, Cleveland St. Luke, Cincinnati General, Sharp Memorial, Children’s, San Diego Co Medical Center and Genesee East Health Center as Asst. Director of Nurses. She was a volunteer for AWANA, member of Saddleback Community Church and helped to start the Good Samaritan ministry in Laguna Woods. She was a dedicated and devoted nurse, wife, mother, friend and follower of Christ. She was the ultimate caregiver whose prayerful heart brought comfort to so many. She was always wanting to be helpful and of service to others with thoughtful notes and creating laughter with her quick wit.

We will celebrate her life on August 10th at 1:00 pm at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA. In lieu of flowers please donate to the charity of your choice. Black attire optional.

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6 responses to Marjorie Louise Roosa

  1. Terrance says:

    Mrs Roosa gave me my first job when I arrived in San Diego in 1975. I was 18 years old and had moved to San Diego from a very small town in Ohio. She interviewed me and hired me at Genessee East Health Center to work with the elderly patients. That job taught me how to care for and appreciate the elderly every day. I have been with the County for 32 years and will be ending my career once again working with the elderly soon. I owe a great deal of who I am today to a woman that gave me an opportunity. You will always be Mrs. Roosa to me. You had my respect. Thank you and may you rest in peace.


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