Rosemary "Rosie" Cox

April 4, 1926 - October 27, 2018
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio
Resided in Cincinnati, Ohio


Rosemary "Rosie" Cox (nee Fitzgerald), age 92, of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away on Saturday, October 27th, 2018.

Rosemary was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on April 4th, 1926.

Rosemary will be lovingly remembered by her sister, Monica Faw, her brother, Edward Fitzgerald and her entire extended family.

Rosemary was preceded in death by her parents Walter C. and Roseline Fitzgerald, her brothers Patrick & Thomas Fitzgerald and her daughter, Veronica Armstrong.

Rosie loved her family and her family loved her very much.

She worked at a number of hospitals most notable Christ hospital and the Jewish hospital before retiring from the nursing profession. During her working years, Rosie was blessed to be able to deliver some of her newborn nieces and nephews into this world.

Rosie enjoyed traveling and people were always amazed at the details about her trips when she shared stories with family and friends. Her memory remained very sharp throughout her entire life. Rosie always looked forward to playing card games with her friends, she was known to be a “social butterfly”. She enjoyed venues with big band music and fine dining. She was an avid golfer and cherished the time she was able to play at Pebble Beach Golf course in California.

Rosie was a tough-minded, hardworking, determined, successful woman supported by her faith and strong Irish personality.

Rosie will be missed by all of her family and friends!!

A memorial donation may be given to the Hospice of Cincinnati on Cooper Road.




Gilligan Funeral Home ~ Kenwood
8225 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH US 45236
Saturday, November 10, 2018
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Gilligan Funeral Home ~ Kenwood
8225 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH US 45236
Saturday, November 10, 2018
11:00 AM
St Joseph NEW Cemetery
4500 Foley Road
Cincinnati, OH US 45238
Saturday, November 10, 2018


Hospice of Cincinnati ~ Blue Ash
4310 Cooper Rd
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Mission Hospice of Cincinnati creates the best possible and most meaningful end-of-life experience for all who need care and support in our community. Vision Through the leadership of Hospice of Cincinnati, our region embraces the value of end-of-life care and planning, and relies on HOC for the highest quality end-of-life and bereavement services. We are recognized for providing compassionate physical, emotional and spiritual care in an atmosphere of sensitivity and respect. Values Compassion Respect Excellence Teamwork Stewardship Inclusion Integrity Patient/Family Centered