Born in Washington, N.J. on July 1, 1922, she was the daughter of Dominick and Frances (Fazio) Pulsinelli.
Rose graduated from Washington High School in 1940. She loved music and played the piano beautifully. Her employment history included Picatinny Arsenal, a radio control messaging manager in New York City, a secretary at WPAT radio station in Paterson, N.J, Washington Woodcraft in Washington, N.J. and manager of the Lebanon N.J. Mini Market along with her brother Dominick. Her last place of employment bfore moving to Montana was at RCA in Sommerville, N.J. which later changed to General Electric. After retirement she moved to Baker, Mont. Rose worked part-time at the Fallon County Library and volunteered at the Baker Senior Center, interacting with residents and planting and tending the gardens. She very much enjoyed gardening. Her yard and garden were admired by many, and she spent much time chasing rabbits out of her gardens. She also enjoyed crocheting, reading and crossword puzzles. Rose was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Washington and later St. John’s Catholic Church in Baker.
Rose is survived by brothers Frank, Dominick Jr., and sister Ruth, her son Richard Menger and wife Robin of Baker, Mont. and her daughter Patricia Walizer and husband Terry of Saylorsburg, Pa., grandchildren Sandra Buskirk, Jim Thorpe, Pa.; Stacey Coe and husband Jason, Tampa, Fla.; Kasey Magyar and wife Lynnsey, Toms River, N.J.; Stacy Kinsey and husband Kelly, Billings, Mont.; Michael Menger and Mindy Murnion of Baker, Mont. and six step-grandchildren. Also, nine great grandchildren – Hunter, Hannah, Griffin, Brenna, Logan, Ryan, Sloan, Briggs, Addison and fourteen step-great grandchildren. She was predeceased by a son Robert, brothers Joseph, John, Sam, Fred and a sister Mary. Funeral services will be held in New Jersey at a later date.