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Rosemary Repella Chumley
February 18, 1957 - October 23, 2020
Funeral Home Kevin K. Kearney Funeral Homes, Inc.
Cemetery Cathedral Cemetery
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“All of us are guided by the most powerful of all the angels-Our mother”
It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Rosemary Chumley on Friday, October 23, 2020. Rosemary Chumley the loving wife, mother, and sister passed away at the age of 63. RoseMary was born on February 18, 1957 in Hackensack New Jersey. She is the daughter of Philomena Repella. She married John Chumley (Peanut) On July 1, 1995. He embraced the role as husband and father and filled their home with laughter and love for the past 25 years.
RoseMary is survived by her husband, 10 children, 18 grandchildren, and 2 great grand children. Rosemary is the beautiful mother of 8 daughters; Tanya and Ron Williams, Jennifer and Michael Ayers, Barbara and Gerald Demarco, Catrina and Mitchell Greenwalt, Leslie and Justin Ackerman, Holly and Joseph Proppe, Felicia Chumley, and Melissa and Allen Leach and 2 Sons; Bobby Wanamaker, and Joshua Wanamaker
Rosemary is remembered by her siblings Shane Maloney, Dawn Repella, Danny Perterson, Dana and Allen Shipman, and Scott Repella. Rosemary’s greatest accomplishments were her children and grandchildren. Rosemary was a compassionate women who gave any and everything she could to her family. Rosemary touched everyone around her with her generocity, strength, courage, and perserverance. Rosemary’s unconditional love is the core of strength for her family. We will miss her squinty eyed smirks and long phone conversations. We will continue our traditional trips to Knoebels and Nay Aug Park so that our children’s children can also experience the beautiful memories she has left us with. Rosemary lived and died for the people she loved. She’d steal the sun in the sky for them. Words can’t say what her love could do. We say goodbye but we know she’d say “I’ll Be there for you, these five words I swear to you” love mommy.
On October 28th, family and friends may pay their respects to Rosemary between 4 – 6:00 PM at the Kevin K. Kearney Funeral Home, Inc., 125 North Main Avenue in Scranton. Blessing services and entombment at Cathedral Cemetery Mausoleum will be private.