Rose Marie Creighton

Date of Passing:

July 12, 2018

Creighton, Rose Marie, 88, of Harris Street, Riverside, died unexpectedly on July 12, 2018. She was the wife of the late Frederick J. Creighton Jr.

A lifelong resident of Riverside, she was the daughter of the late Edward E. and Delia O. (Duperre) LaBrie.

Mrs. Creighton was an accountant for the Bethany Home, Providence for 10 years before retiring in 1994.

Rose Marie was a communicant of St. Brendan Church. She enjoyed gardening and spending time with her loving family.

She is survived by a daughter, Rosemarie A. Fournier of East Providence; a son, Robert E. Creighton of Quincy, MI; eleven grandchildren; sixteen great grandchildren and eleven great great grandchildren. She was the mother of the late David R. Creighton, Fred J. Creighton III and Edward R. Creighton.

Her funeral will be held on Friday July 20, 2018 from the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside at 8:00 a.m with a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Brendan Church Turner Avenue, Riverside at 9:00 a.m. Burial will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Calling hours are Friday morning 7-8 a.m.

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17 Comments

  1. I’m still missing u so much gram!everytime I talk about u or hear your name ..I choke up and start to cry.it seems like the grieving never ends..I used to tell u that you were gonna live until 100 like memere lived until 95..you always said “God,I hope not!”I hated those words because I never wanted the day to come that u would actually leave us. always dreamed u would live forever!I know your happy with our family who has passed but I still wish u were here!my heart is so broken💔 I love u gram!

  2. GG, i am going to visit you today at the burial site, I feel a since of peace gg I know you are at peace, but I want you to know as my great grandmother you were like my idol and I looked up to you, I love you with all my heart my dearest gg,
    love,
    krystie

  3. Rest well dear lady. I will think of the times I would ride my bicycle by your house, see you in the garden and stop for a chat. You knew me since I was 6 and we’d laugh about the “trouble”Eddie and I would get in at St Brendan’s. How he’d untangled my Rosary beads and we were spoken to for talking. We’d talk about our mutual love of flowers and the changes we had both seen over the years. You had a wonderful laugh. There are no words I can offer to ease the pain your family feels right now. I can only say that you touched more lives than you’ll ever know and I will look to the sky for the newest, brightest star and I will wave hello. To all of Mrs. Creighton’s family my deepest condolences on your loss.

  4. To my dear GG, you will be missed greatly. We all looked up to you. I can only imagine how it feels to be reunited with your husband, sons and the rest of your family that past. You were a humble women of beauty and strength. Your family loves you and your name will forever live.

  5. Today, we laid u to rest gramma..it was the hardest day of my life and our family’s..you looked beautiful and you were in the casket you always said you wanted..you were sent out exactly the way you wanted gram .like a queen! Surrounded by love❤ youll aways be in my mind and heart my beautiful grandmother!thank you for showing me a great life!!it was such an honor for my brother steve and i to give the gifts to the priest in honor of u!rest easy gramma

  6. Bob, and Sherry,
    My heart was sadden to hear the news of the loss of your beloved love one.
    I pray that God strengthen you to endure such a difficult time as this.
    Much thoughts and prayer for healing of your grief.

  7. Dear Bob & Rose,
    I am so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was like a second mother to me growing up, she and you will de in my prayers.
    Jim Warhurst

  8. We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one. As extended family members we also are grieving with you. As we all know Ms. Rose will be greeting us all when we are united in Heaven. She is now and thru eternity surrounded by peace and happiness. Keep her in your heart and never let go of the memories.

  9. I know there is a special place in heaven for my Aunt. She took care of all of us, from cutting hair when we were boys to that cup of coffee that was always available no matter when you dropped by. Though I may not have visited as often as I might have, the times I did will forever be etched in my mind and carried in my heart. I will sorely miss her.

  10. Jane Ryan
    The entire Ryan Family feels your loss. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. Growing up she was wonderful with every kid in the neighborhood. Graciously looking out for all of us. A wonderful wife, mother and neighbor. The Riverside Community will forever have a void. Prayers and Hugs from the Ryan’s.

  11. The last time I saw my Aunt Marie was Sunday, July 1. Noticing that her calendar was still on June, I turned the page for her, which gave us the opportunity to chat about our upcoming schedules. She was so looking forward to family coming to visit and trips to Newport Playhouse and Wright’s Farm. But, as it happens, God had other plans.
    She was my mentor, my aging coach, my family historian. She served me coffee on Sunday mornings with a side of motherly wisdom and good humor. I will simply never know another person who possessed such ordinary grace. I have had no time to prepare for losing her and will have to be comforted by the knowledge that this was the way she would have chosen to leave this world. So, For the remainder of my days, I will hold her beautiful spirit in my heart.

  12. GG you always made me feel like I was part of the family…my 💓 is broken gg was the like one who made us all feel like w family ..T hese chirstamas’ we had at her house were never forgotten…She taught me so much and I’m sure she is an angel right now…love you gg

  13. Great aunt Marie was a very special woman. I will remember her with a smile. She always welcomed me and everyone else with love. God bless her and her family ❤

  14. Aunt Marie has always been there for us. Her love and kindness knew no bounds. Her home was always a welcoming place; stopping by in the winter to warm up when walking home from school, picking pears in the summer, watching the parade, and visiting mémé. Her cheerful voice rings in my memories. Aunt marie, you will be sorely missed. My love and condolences go out to all of my Creighton cousins. Rest in peace, dear Aunt Marie.

  15. Love and Prayers to all the Creightons. We are thinking of you all with love and fond memories of our beautiful Aunt Marie.

  16. Gramma, this feels so unreal.my heart is truly broken!you have touched my life in so many ways ! I am so thankful for the love u showed me my whole life.you were there through the good and the bad,and u never gave up on me!you were truly a saint gram!ill love you always!my tears will fall and my heart may take a long time to mend but the amazing memories will always be there!

  17. My dear godmother! You will be missed! What a gracious, lovely lady and role model. Rest In Peace.

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