Rosamunde Monika Wrann

Born: 05/12/1953 Passed:

Rosamunde Monika Wrann

Rosamunde Monika Wrann, age 63, passed away Saturday, August 13, 2016 with family at her side at University Hospitals in Cleveland, following a brief illness. She was born May 12, 1953, in Villach, Austria, the daughter of Maria Wrann (née Hergeth) and Berthold Wrann.

Survivors include her sisters, Brigitta Wrann, Heidi Wrann, and Kunigunde (Peter) Johnson; nieces Jessica Johnson, Kindra Johnson Paxton and nephews Nicholas and Nathan Paxton.

Monika “Moni” lived and loved life to the fullest. Enjoying travel, her best friend Oliver and her beloved family and friends.

In keeping with Monika’s wishes, no public services are planned. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society

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4 Tributes to Rosamunde Monika Wrann

  1. Larry G. Penny says:

    Connie and Pete, My sincere sympathy in your loss.Moni was a great person. I enjoyed many conversations with her.May she be at peace and no more in pain.

  2. Anna Fiscus says:

    My deepest sympathy to her family, and all who cared her. May you be comforted by your love, and your fond memories of your beloved Monika. I will miss her.

  3. Patricia (Falcone) Clarkson Minerva,OH says:

    So sorry to hear of Monika’s passing.
    I have wonderful childhood memories of playing with Connie and Monika in their home making puppets from socks as they were so creative and fun!
    I also worked with their mom,Maria, at Sherwood Sewing Factory for a while, so think of them all from time to time.
    I would ask my mom over the years if she had news of them and she sometimes did. Sorry to say she passed in March of this year.
    My heartfelt sympathies to you all.

  4. Elizabeth Schnegg says:

    I want to offer my condolences to all of Monika’s family and close friends. I have enjoyed working with her for the past several years and considered her a good friend. As an avid reader, she and I often shared our novels with one another as well as our critiques of them. I will also miss our political discussions/debates that we’ve had over the years; we were looking forward to this year’s election as she was hoping for the 1st female president!
    May she rest in peace, and may you take comfort in knowing that she has been reunited with her sister and her beloved Oliver.

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