Rosalinda Fazackerley Obituary, Death – We were made aware of Rosalinda Fazackerley’s departure on the Sunday of Easter weekend, and it is with a heavy heart that we share this information with you at this time. Ros was on the leadership team at our church and was quite active in her role there.
She may be known to you as the captain of the Girls’ Brigade, the leader of a toddler group, the person who welcomed you cordially at the funeral of a loved one, or the woman who enabled you to use the facility, among a great number of other positions and responsibilities that are concealed from view.
In addition to that, she was an active member of the community and took part in a variety of activities throughout the year, including the Court Leet and the Altrincham Festival. Everyone will grieve her passing in their own unique ways. On Saturday, April 22, commencing at 11.30 a.m., there will be an opportunity to share memories and condolences over coffee in the cornerstone room, which is located at the front of the church. This event will take place on the 22nd of April.
This event is going to go forward as planned. Rosalinda has been a fantastic friend to me ever since I became an officer and district commissioner in the Boy Scouts of America, where she first became a part of my life when I was a little boy and continued to be so as I grew older. During this trying time, the members of the family are in each and every one of my thoughts and prayers.
Roz was a stunning, charming lady, and she served as an inspiration to countless young people throughout her life. We are going to feel a profound loss when she leaves us. We at 1st Davyhulme GB want to wish you the blessings of God and express our gratitude for the service you’ve provided to our country. I am keeping my family, as well as my church family, in my thoughts and prayers at this time.