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Janet Rosadini
In Memory of
Rosadini (Fundin)
1944 - 2021
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Obituary for Janet Rosadini (Fundin)

Janet  Rosadini (Fundin)
Bolton-With her loving family around her, Janet Rosadini, 77, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 after a short battle with Covid pneumonia. She leaves her husband Robert of 53 years; sons, Matthew (wife Jess), Steven (wife Malaina), and 6 grandchildren: Lilia, Brock, Dylan, Tyler, Kayla, & Kyle.  
The youngest of three, born Janet Eva Fundin in Portland, ME, she was predeceased by her parents, Evelyn and Hjalmar O. Fundin, brother, John, and is survived by her sister Ruth Ingalls of CA, sister-in-law Carolyn Fundin of AL, and several nieces and nephews.  A graduate of Gorham-USM, Janet was an elementary school teacher for many years but truly an artist at heart. A master of many mediums, it is rare for a person to have such natural ability to create, as was the case with Janet – from the handmade Christmas cards and ornaments she’d lovingly craft each year, the miniature homes she would construct with her husband Bob, to the sweaters, blankets and artwork she would design to celebrate new life.  Her creativity also made her an excellent problem solver and her rally cry was often “Where there’s a will, there’s a way” simultaneously pointing her finger in the air and clicking her tongue. Many will continue to enjoy Janet’s artwork for generations to come.  Spending her entire life in the Northeast, with 31 years in Bolton, and 13 years in North Andover, summers were spent in Brewster where she was surrounded by the best of friends and family at the Brewster Park Club. It was this special place that she was truly happiest teaching countless generations of children how to ride 2 wheelers on the famous magic bike, or running morning story hour arts and crafts. She cherished the time she spent with her family and six grandchildren at BPC. Always a helper, everyone knew if they needed help with something you could depend on Janet. Janet will be missed dearly by all who were lucky enough to know her. The family is planning a celebration of life in the spring. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the ASPCA. Online condolences may be placed at  
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