Rose P. Raso, 95, Barrington

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Rose Patricia (Vitullo) Raso, 95, died Monday, Oct. 8, 2012, at St. Elizabeth Manor in Bristol. She was the beloved wife of the late Thomas Raso.

Born in Warren, the daughter of the late John and Isabella (Vitullo) Vitullo, Rose was a resident of Barrington for 54 years. She leaves a sister, Mary Vaccaro of Warren, and was a sister of the late Angelina (Fiore) and Armand and Alexander Vitullo.

Apart from her sister, she leaves a son, Thomas A. and his wife Marie (Paolino); and a daughter, Nancy Primiano and her husband Michael.  She was grandmother of Kristin Sousa and her husband Anthony, Thomas J. Raso, Michael Primiano and his wife Melanie (Ruzek), Christopher Primiano and his wife Kimberly (Nolette), and Matthew Primiano.  She was the great-grandmother of Katelyn Sousa, Mikaela and Madeline Primiano, and Daniel and Kate Primiano.

A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Friday, Oct. 12 at Holy Angels Church, Barrington, where Rose was a parishioner of long standing. Arrangements were by the Wilbur-Romano Funeral Home in Warren.

Faith: She walked the path with strength and grace.

Family: She gave an abundance of love and gentle care.

Friends: She was loyal, supportive and kind.

Rose P. Raso

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