Rosalie Galarneau

Rosalie Galarneau

Ellsworth
Rosalie Galarneau, 56, peacefully went to Heaven surrounded by her children on January 14, 2024, after a short battle with cancer. She was born June 7, 1967, in Silver Spring, Maryland. Rosalie was a loving daughter, granddaughter, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and niece. She had a beautiful and spirited personality and was adored by her family and many friends.

Rosalie graduated from Central High School and attended Beal College for medical assisting. She made a career caring for seniors and went above and beyond to give quality care, love, and comfort to those she took care of. She also spent time as a stay-at-home mom and was a great cook. Rosalie had amazing taste in music which she passed on to her children and loved to sing and dance. She loved to spend time with her family, travel, make art and crafts, crochet, go to concerts, and watch Lifetime and Hallmark movies. Some of her favorite things were Fall, Halloween, Harry Potter, Pepsi, steak, lobster, and The Grinch. She especially loved having fun with friends and family. She loved to journal, color, and collect pens. When Rosalie was a young girl she enjoyed roller skating, swimming, and baton throwing.

Rosalie is survived by her five children and fourteen grandchildren. Her son Michael Segerson of Maine, daughter Stephanie Hobbs and her Husband Ryan Hobbs of Hawaii and their daughters Addison, Harper, Sadie, and Grace. Also, her son Guy Dorsey and his Fiancé Renee of Maine and their children Destiny, Callie, Daniel and Alexandria. Her son Christopher Dorsey of Maine and his children David and Myka. Daughter Brandie Poore and her Husband Chris Poore of Maine and their four children Ayden, Alexis, Ryleigh, and Paul. Rosalie is also survived by her parents Ralph and Judy Collins of Maine, sisters Lisa Adcock and Jackie Riley and their spouses of Maryland, Sisters Tammy Smart, Tina Kinney, and their spouses of Maine. Many special nieces and nephews of Maine, Maryland, and Florida. Special Aunt and Uncle, Alice and Bob Allen of Maryland, and special Aunt Penny Collins of Maine. Rosalie is survived by the parents to her children, Jeff, and Monica Campbell, as well as her best friend Budette Sheila Scott of North Carolina and many other special friends and family.

Rosalies children will gather to host a celebration of life as she requested, date to be announced at a later time. Rosalie will be deeply missed by her children, grandchildren, family, and friends. Her children will miss their special friendship with her. She leaves behind a legacy of love, fun, and cherished memories. May she be pain free and rest in peace.

Condolences may be expressed at www.acadiacremation.com

3 Condolences

  • Christopher Poore Posted January 24, 2024 12:48 pm

    Mom where do I start. The minute I got the news that u had left I was bringing Mikey to u as u knew. It did more than shatter or rip the heart right out of my chest. I was more than proud to call you my mother in law. You were the best gigi my kids could ever ask for. I know I was your favorite. . But I will always be your boy. I will take care of all the precious family. I Love u until we see each other again. Drink lots of pepsi and be pain free.

  • Nelda Ali Posted January 24, 2024 4:10 pm

    Rosalie, I am just heartbroken about your passing. You were a wonderful woman. I am sorry we only had a few years of knowing each other. Your trips to see Stephanie’s family was a treat for me. You were so generous. The cakes, gifts and most of all, your friendship was a blessing. I love you Rosalie, for the kind, compassionate woman you were and for giving the world your amazing girls! Rest in peace sweetheart!

  • Lisa Posted January 24, 2024 5:33 pm

    It took 50 plus years to meet you and it was cut way too short . May your soul rest peacefully. I love and miss you.

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