Rosemary Graves
1961 - 2020
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ROSEMARY GRAVES
June 2, 1961
January 20, 2020
Rosemary (Bachicha) Graves born to Herman and Patricia Bachicha in Albuquerque, New Mexico June 2, 1961. Rosemary departed this life January 20, 2020, in her Colorado Springs home at the age of 58, surrounded by her loving family. Rosemary spent her life giving the best of herself to anyone who crossed her path. Her passion was teaching, with her main focus dedicated to Special Education, but she gave many other lessons to everyone she loved everyday. Her family, and especially her grandchildren, were the light in her heart. She leaves to cherish her memory: Her devoted and loving husband of 22 years, Steve Graves; her 4 children, Jonathon, Tina, and husband, Santino, Justin, and wife, Taylor and Thomas. 3 grandchildren, Ocean, Ezra and Sonny; her mother, Patricia; brother, Donald, and wife, Tammy; and sister, Lisa. She leaves behind 5 nieces and nephews; 9 great nieces and nephews; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends, she considered family. She is preceded in death by her father, Herman and sister, Deborah.
We will celebrate Rosemary's life on January 31st, 2020, at 10:00 am at Saint Patrick Roman Catholic Church, 6455 Brook Park Dr. C/S, CO. Lunch will follow at the church. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care pikespeakhospice.org



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Published in The Gazette on Jan. 24, 2020.
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January 29, 2020
In loving memory of my sister-in-law Rose. Our hearts go out to my brother Steve, their children, and all of Rose's family and friends. We will love and miss Rose always!
Sue Valant
January 27, 2020
Rosemary was the most loving person I know. She was so smart and had the biggest heart. She loved helping everyone that crossed her path. She was a wonderful big sister, she always took care of me and wanted me involved in her life. Words can't express how much I'll miss her.
Lisa Vizconde
Sister
January 25, 2020
Steve and Family, We didn't really know you except as a child, when Johnny and Gloria visited uncle Carey and Aunt Elois and Maxine. So Sorry to hear about your loss. We spoke of trying to meet a few years back, but it never seemed to work out. Rose sounds like a wonderful lady and I am sure the loss will be difficult. You will be in our prayers. Troy and Sue Smith
January 24, 2020
The lost of an awesome lady. She was always amazingly loving to me. I offer condolences to Steve and her children, and Mrs Bachicha. So very sorry for your loss.
Janet Bowerman
January 24, 2020
You were always smiling and brought happiness to so many. May you rest in peace Rose. God Bless you and your family.
Alfred & Corina Salas
January 24, 2020
We may not have always seen eye to eye, but I still loved you as a sister in law. I will miss you and I will try to stay in touch with Steve, despite the fact that I'm divorcing his brother. Steve will still be family to me. He has a lot of family around that love him. Rest easy Rose, until we meet again.
Patty Graves
January 24, 2020
My precious Prima Hermana, May your everlasting life shine upon us who remain on earth. Rest In Peace .
Miguel Velasquez
January 24, 2020
Aunt Rose was an amazing person who cared deeply about the people in her life. She would invite neighbors and friends to holiday dinners so they weren't alone. She hosted multiple exchange students from other countries and treated them as her own kids. She helped my kids with reading and greatly impacted their love for learning.

She was an amazing woman with an enormous heart and I love her for that. Thank you Aunt Rose for all that you gave, you will be missed.
Christopher Bachicha
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