May 18, 1920 - December 28, 2021
"May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back May the sunshine warm your face, the rain fall soft upon your fields.."
Obituary of Rose Torriere
Rose M. Torriere entered into rest December 28, 2021 in the Niagara Hospice house. Born May 18, 1920, she was the daughter of Anthony and Delia (Corriere) Bucolo.
Rose owned and operated Torriere farms and was an avid Bingo player.
Rose was predeceased by her beloved husband, Louis Torriere. Beloved mother of Catherine (Thomas) Gorman, Dorothea (Richard) Burt, Sandra (Frank) Smith, Sandy (Barbara) Torriere and the late Anthony Torriere; cherished grandmother of Christopher (Kristin) Gorman, Tracy (Steve) Dearborn, Shawn (Michele) Burt, Heather (Eric) Soles, Nicole (Joseph) Riedy, Danielle (Frank) Birmingham, Renee (Jeremy) Wilson, Shane Torriere, Taryn (Scott) Saracina and Philip, and 22 great-grandchildren; dear sister-in-law of Mary and Shirl Bucolo; mother-in-law of Carol Torriere. Predeceased by brothers and sisters, Tony (Clara) Bucolo, James (Betty) Bucolo, Jerome Bucolo, Michael (Betty) Bucolo, Joseph Bucolo, Frances (Lavern) Nagel and Nicolina (Melvin) Beecher. Also survived by many and nieces nephews.
There will be no prior visitation. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Monday, January 3, 2022 at 1:00 PM at All Saints Oratory (formerly St. Joseph's Church), 391 Market Street. Entombment in Glenwood Mausoleum.
Memorials to Niagara Hospice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements by Taylor & Reynolds Funeral Home, 70 Niagara Street.
Rosie blessed so many with her love and kindness. I hope you will find comfort in your memories of her and knowing that others will miss her too. Wishing your entire family solace and peace.
So sorry to hear of Rose’s passing. She was a beautiful person who always had a smile on her face.
I was blessed to meet Rose as she was my best friend’s grandmother. Renee would light just up talking about her grandma. She loved her with a depth not often seen and of course, Rose loved her the same way. As soon as Renee got back to Buffalo, her first stop was always her grandma’s. She didn’t go out of obligation, she went because she wanted to be around her more than anything. In the times I was privileged enough to be around Rose, I was filled with a warmth that I never really felt before. She welcomed me as an extension of Renee. The world has lost an amazing being, but I know she was at peace. She lived an incredible life and spread joy to whoever was fortunate to meet her.