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Rosemary Ann Mask

February 7, 1951 — February 13, 2019

Rosemary Ann Mask, 68, of St. Louis, Missouri passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital surrounded by her loving family.

Born in St. Louis, Missouri on February 7, 1951, she was the daughter of the late Clifton and Martha Bizelli, nee Ablan. Rosemary was united in marriage to Carl E. Mask on August 20, 1969 at St. Raymonds Church in St. Louis, Missouri and he survives her.

Rosemary worked alongside her husband, children and other family members for many years as an Executive Secretary at the familys business, Mask Brothers and Antler Trucking Company. Rosemary was a very strong, loving woman who will be deeply missed by her family and countless friends and business associates.

Rosemary was preceded in death by her beloved parents, her in-laws Carl and Beatrice Mask, nephews Joe Session, Rolan Mask and John Bizelli, a niece Lisa Session and brother-in-law Charles Session, all of St. Louis, Missouri.

Surviving in addition to her husband are her children, Debbie (Robert) Price of Imperial, Missouri, Theresa Mask and Carl (Beth) Mask all of St. Louis, Missouri. Siblings, Tony (Sharon) Bizelli, of St. Louis, Missouri, Carol Session of St. Louis, Missouri, John (Debbie) Mask of Imperial, Missouri, Rolan (Debbie) Mask of Arnold, Missouri and Darren (Chris) Mask of St. Louis, Missouri.

Her grandchildren, Cassie Price, Zach Lafferty, Bobby Price, Anna Mask, Emily Mask, Colby Price, Sophia Mask and Addie Mask. Her great-grandchildren, Landen Price, Cayden Veal and Annealyah Mask. Nephews Mike (Monica) Bizelli, Christopher (Katie) Bizelli, Darren (Katie) Mask and nieces; Tracie (Dave) Williams, Christin (Shawn) Marquis, Rhonda Lynott, Darla Pace, Jessica Mask, Amanda (Chris) Uzzell, Courtney (Steve) Desirey and many great-nieces and nephews, extended family and friends.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 9:30am-3:30pm at Genesis Banquet Center, 2651 Telegraph Road, St. Louis, Missouri.

A Service of Creason Funeral Home, Millstadt, Illinois.

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