Mary Frances (Bergob) Rozas

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  • "Mary Frances was a kind, generous, beautiful woman. May..."
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    - Marie Quinn
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    - Jennifer Bergob Bowman
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Mary Frances Bergob Rozas, age 84, passed away on June 6, 2018, at The Carpenter House in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She was a native of St. Joseph, Tennessee, raised in Florence, Alabama, attended Coffee High School and later worked in the medical field. Mary Frances moved to Baton Rouge with her husband, after his retirement from Dow Chemical. They were active members of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church. She treasured family and friends, loved tennis and was an avid LSU and Alabama sports fan. Known for her generous spirit, Mary Frances was dearly loved by her many nieces, nephews, godchildren, and nearly anyone who she came in contact with. Mary Frances was preceded in death by her parents, Anna Pottkotter Bergob and Frank Bergob; her beloved husband of 51 years, Eugene A. Rozas; and her brothers Arnold Bergob, Frank Bergob and Wilfred Bergob. Mary Frances is survived by brothers-in-law Paul Rozas and his wife Em of Baton Rouge, and Ken Rozas and his wife Trudy of Lancaster, South Carolina; sisters-in-law Joan Thevenot and Mary Lou Rozas, both of Cottonport, La; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mary Frances and her family express their appreciation to friends, neighbors, and medical personnel, Dr Maureen Jones of the Baton Rouge Clinic, Dr Kelly Schmeeckle of Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, Dr. Milton G. Fort, the staffs of at St James Place, St Joseph Hospice, Amedisys, and The Carpenter House of Baton Rouge, and the exceptional group of sitters from Caring Companions and Nursing Care Connections. In addition, a special thanks to Fr Miles Walsh of Sacred Heart, Rev. Monsignor Carson LaCaze of The Cathedral of Saint John Berchmans in Shreveport, and Rev. Cleo Milano of Our Lady of Mercy for their kindness and spiritual guidance over many years. A memorial Mass will be celebrated at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church, 445 Marquette Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70806, on June 12, at 3 PM. The family will welcome visitors in the church one hour before mass. A reception will be held in the Parish Activity Center across from the church, immediately after Mass. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations to OLOM Church and School, Sacred Heart Catholic Church or the .
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Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Chr
445 Marquette Ave
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
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Published in from June 9 to June 12, 2018