In Memory of




Obituary for Rosemarie Primeau (Andrews)

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Rose in her newly retirement years of age 61. She leaves behind her Stepfather David and her children Michelle (John), Leanne (Dave), and Michael (Sandy). She was a proud Grandmother to Robyn, Brendon, Madison, Joshua, Owen, Michael, Sydney, Andrew, Dawson, Dani, and Desiree. Predeceased by her mother Dorothy and Father Louie. She will be deeply missed by the extended Primeau family, Forster family, the Whites, and of course her Brothers with the Andrews Family. Rosemarie was born and raised in Toronto. She embraced her Greek heritage through her father and his experiences in the community working on the Danforth. Her mother was the event organizer at Fantasy Farms wedding venue. Rosemarie graduated from Hairdressing academy and began her career as a hair stylist. Eventually Rose moved to the suburbs of Brampton where she raised her family. In 1989 Rose started working with the LCBO as a casual employee and earned herself a fulltime position with the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. She completed several wine connoisseur courses and was recognized for her excellence in customer service. Rose was also awarded a certificate for achieving record sales in vintage wine. In her midlife, Rosemarie purchased a folk Victorian home in Milton where she enjoyed designing and renovating. Upon the retirement with the LCBO, Rose spent the last year of her life enjoying the small town feel of Elora, making new friends, and being close to her eldest daughter and family. Friends will be received at the Graham A. Giddy Funeral Home & Chapel, 280 St. David Street South in Fergus, on Friday, February 26th, 2021 from 12:00pm to 1:45pm. Visitors must register on our web page to attend visitation. Mask are mandatory and physical distancing will be enforced. Private family Funeral Service. It would be greatly appreciated to support a local florist in Fergus/Elora by calling them directly. In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the CAMH: The center for addiction and mental health, or the Heart & Stroke Foundation.