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Rose Catherine Coniglio Dale

January 18, 1953 - April 27, 2021

Burial Date May 7, 2021

Viewing is Thursday, May 6th from 4-6pm at Woodlawn Funeral Home

Family invites you to a Funeral Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Friday, May 7th beginning at 10:30am, with a committal graveside to follow.

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Posted by:
Linda Flynn

Posted on:
May 7, 2021

May you Rest In Peace now and be the light shinning down on Bernie. You will be missed but your memories will always live on with each of us!❤️☀️

Posted by:
Kelley Marshall

Posted on:
May 7, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you today. Rose was a very nice person. May God Bless you. Love, Kelley, Don, Vince, Shauna, Phillip, Cassie, Nicole and all the kids.

Posted by:
Mike Wunder

Posted on:
May 7, 2021

Sincere condolences from the Mike Wunder Family to the Walter (Jerry) Dale Family. Jerry was a best Friend from St. Rita HS since 1956, Rose will be in our prayers.

Posted by:
Jeffrie Chirchirillo

Posted on:
May 7, 2021

Rose and I attended the Transfiguration School in Wauconda and Wauconda High School together. At Transfiguration we were seated in alphabetical order with one row winding into the next. Coniglio followed Chirchirillo alphabetically. We were always in the second row; so I sat behind her for years. For some reason I had a dream about her this evening (The first time ever.) and I decided to Google her. That is how I came upon her recent obituary. The entire situation is eerie. She must be visiting her old friends on her way to heaven. My best friend (Jim Schlesser) was Rose's date to the Junior Prom. A group of us went to the dance together and then to dinner. The following day we went to the Milwaukee Zoo for a picnic. This month is the 50th anniversary of our high school graduation. Rose was always kind and I remember her always smiling. I am sending my sympathies to her husband and her family. I hope your many good memories that will help you through this sad and difficult time. Jeff