Rosemarie Seaver

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Rosemarie Seaver

October 19, 1964 - August 04, 2018

Rosemarie Seaver Round Pond, ME - Rosemarie Seaver, 53, of Round Pond, passed away unexpectedly on August 4, 2018, at her home. Rosemarie was born in Quincy, Mass., to Robert Nelson Seaver and Theresa (Bracko) Seaver on October 19, 1964.
Rosemarie grew up in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and graduated from Gloucester High School. After high school she worked in fish processing plants in Gloucester. She moved to the Cape in her thirties.
Rosemarie struggled with addiction throughout her life and she was trying to work towards recovery and to help others with their addiction as well. She ultimately lost her battle.
Rosemarie was a kindhearted person, and would give you the shirt off her back. She was always there for the underdog. She liked her flower gardens. She enjoyed family time at Cressy’s Beach and Half Moon Beach. Rosemarie was a photographer of the waterfront, and many people enjoyed her photos. She most recently moved close to her sister in Maine, and was pursuing her photography.
She is survived by her father Robert Nelson Seaver of Largo, Fla.; mother Theresa Seaver of Wellington, Ohio; sons Thomas Trupiano Jr. of Grafton, Mass., Anthony Trupiano of Gloucester, Miguel Costa of Cape Cod, Mass., and Jon Christopher Maziarz of Gloucester; sisters Lois Crowley of Gloucester, Barbara Seaver of Nobleboro, Maine, Julie Diehl of Rowley, Mass., and Laurel Seaver of Palm Harbor, Fla.; as well as several nieces and nephews.
At the family's request there will be no service at this time. A memorial service will be planned and announced in the near future. Arrangements are entrusted to Hall Funeral Home, 949 Main Street, Waldoboro. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.hallfuneralhomes.com.
Published on August 7, 2018
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