Pauline Marie Rosenberger (nee Kubica)
June 23, 1923 – February 8, 2016
Pauline passed away peacefully after a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. She was predeceased by her loving husband, Sulton, her father Joseph, mother Clara, step mother Mary, brothers Joe (Annie), Frank (Susan) and Emil (Carol), sister Julia Shelling (Peter), daughter-in-law Rose and grandson Mark (Holly).
She is survived by her sisters Antonia Masura (Steve) and Winnie Gordey (Alec), sons Ron (Rose), Bob (Penny) and daughter Elaine Doskoch (Dave), grandson Ian (Preasla), granddaughters Sharon Uittenhout (Nick) and Michelle Heal (Rick) and great grandchildren Sonia, Rylee, Elizabeth, Madeleine and Gregory.
Pauline and Sulton emigrated as children from Czechoslovakia to northern Alberta. Through 56 years of marriage they were farmers, store owners, and fire tower operators. Pauline also worked at the General Hospital in Edmonton for several years. They were married in Victoria, B.C. in 1942, where Sulton was stationed in the Army. They always said that they would return to Vancouver Island for their retirement, which they did in 1975. She loved going for walks, gardening, carpet bowling and playing cards. She was famous for her homemade bread and pizza, but above all, she cherished her family. We were very lucky to have her and she will be sadly missed.
We would like to give special thanks to the wonderful staff at Eagle Park Care Facility in Qualicum Beach for their excellent care and compassion towards Pauline.
There will be no service, by request.