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Roselind "Rose" Barsevick

March 25, 1920 April 9, 2020
Roselind "Rose" Barsevick
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Obituary for Roselind "Rose" Barsevick

Barsevick, Roselind “Rose” (nee Murzyn) Age 100

We celebrate the life of Roselind (Rose) Constance Barsevick (born March 25, 1920;
died April 9, 2020). The first-born child of Polish immigrants, Albert and Regina Murzyn,
Rose was raised in Calumet Park IL with her three brothers, Edward, Steven, and
Francis. She grew up during the Great Depression and often recounted stories about
her father’s working two jobs to support the family. She left high school at age sixteen
to help support the family. She also took a seamstress course so she could sew clothes
for herself and family. In 1944, during World War II, she married Charles Barsevick,
also of Calumet Park. Together they moved to Oak Lawn IL where they built a house
and raised seven children. Rose was a founding member of St. Germaine Parish. She
was active in the church Altar & Rosary Society for many years, cleaning the church
weekly and attending funerals on behalf of the parish. At age 55, she returned to school
to achieve her high school diploma. Having never learned to drive, Rose could be seen
walking or bicycling through the neighborhood until she was well into her 80’s. After her
husband died, she lived independently in her home until 2019 when ill health forced her
into a nursing home. She celebrated her 100
th
birthday on March 25, 2020 with family
via Zoom. Shortly after, she contracted COVID-19 and died at Advocate Christ
Hospital.
Rose was pre-deceased by her husband Charles (1991) and their eldest daughter Joan
Irene Barsevick (1972). She is survived by her children, Andrea Barsevick (Rudy
Sprinkle), Nancy Barsevick, Charles Barsevick (Diane), Mary Jane Barsevick, Thomas
Barsevick, and Sharon Siple (Mark). She is also survived by eight grandchildren and
ten great grandchildren. A private graveside ceremony is planned for April 14, 2020. A
memorial funeral mass and celebration will be planned for a future date.
We celebrate the life of Roselind (Rose) Constance Barsevick (born March 25, 1920;
died April 9, 2020). The first-born child of Polish immigrants, Albert and Regina Murzyn,
Rose was raised in Calumet Park IL with her three brothers, Edward, Steven, and
Francis. She grew up during the Great Depression and often recounted stories about
her father’s working two jobs to support the family. She left high school at age sixteen
to help support the family. She also took a seamstress course so she could sew clothes
for herself and family. In 1944, during World War II, she married Charles Barsevick,
also of Calumet Park. Together they moved to Oak Lawn IL where they built a house
and raised seven children. Rose was a founding member of St. Germaine Parish. She
was active in the church Altar & Rosary Society for many years, cleaning the church
weekly and attending funerals on behalf of the parish. At age 55, she returned to school
to achieve her high school diploma. Having never learned to drive, Rose could be seen
walking or bicycling through the neighborhood until she was well into her 80’s. After her
husband died, she lived independently in her home until 2019 when ill health forced her
into a nursing home. She celebrated her 100
th
birthday on March 25, 2020 with family
via Zoom. Shortly after, she contracted COVID-19 and died at Advocate Christ
Hospital.
Rose was pre-deceased by her husband Charles (1991) and their eldest daughter Joan
Irene Barsevick (1972). She is survived by her children, Andrea Barsevick (Rudy
Sprinkle), Nancy Barsevick, Charles Barsevick (Diane), Mary Jane Barsevick, Thomas
Barsevick, and Sharon Siple (Mark). She is also survived by eight grandchildren and
ten great grandchildren. A private graveside ceremony is planned for April 14, 2020. A
memorial funeral mass and celebration will be planned for a future date.
We celebrate the life of Roselind (Rose) Constance Barsevick (born March 25, 1920; died April 9, 2020). The first-born child of Polish immigrants, Albert and Regina Murzyn, Rose was raised in Calumet Park IL with her three brothers, Edward, Steven, and Francis. She grew up during the Great Depression and often recounted stories about her father’s working two jobs to support the family. She left high school at age sixteen to help support the family. She also took a seamstress course so she could sew clothes for herself and family. In 1944, during World War II, she married Charles Barsevick, also of Calumet Park. Together they moved to Oak Lawn IL where they built a house and raised seven children. Rose was a founding member of St. Germaine Parish. She was active in the church Altar & Rosary Society for many years, cleaning the church weekly and attending funerals on behalf of the parish. At age 55, she returned to school to achieve her high school diploma. Having never learned to drive, Rose could be seen walking or bicycling through the neighborhood until she was well into her 80’s. After her husband died, she lived independently in her home until 2019 when ill health forced her into a nursing home. She celebrated her 100th birthday on March 25, 2020 with family via Zoom. Shortly after, she contracted COVID-19 and died at Advocate Christ Hospital.
Rose was pre-deceased by her husband Charles (1991) and their eldest daughter Joan Irene Barsevick (1972). She is survived by her children, Andrea Barsevick (Rudy Sprinkle), Nancy Barsevick, Charles Barsevick (Diane), Mary Jane Barsevick, Thomas Barsevick, and Sharon Siple (Mark). She is also survived by eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. A private graveside ceremony is planned for April 14, 2020. A memorial funeral mass and celebration will be planned for a future date.

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