Juani Rosario Death, Obituary – To let you know that our dearly loved Juani Rosario went away this morning in the early hours due to an illness that struck abruptly and unexpectedly, I am writing this with a heavy heart.
Juani was not just a loyal husband, but also a dedicated friend, son, and father. Juani cherished his wife dearly. As soon as they caught a glimpse of his warm smile and kind disposition, everyone’s mood instantly improved. Our hearts go out to the family during this difficult time.

He was one of the founding members of the group that subsequently became known as the Puerto Rican Action Committee of Southern New Jersey (PRAC), and later in the group’s history, he served as its president. After that, he found work at the South Jersey Medical Center, where he stayed until 2007, when he finally decided to retire. In addition, Mr. Rosario played a significant role in both the Salem City Housing Authority and the Loyal Order of Elks.

The members of his family who have survived include his wife, Anna Rosario, his two sons, Juan Antonio and Parvin Rosario, both of New Castle, Delaware, as well as his two stepchildren, Sonja Sutton and William Rosario; two sisters, Hilda in Puerto Rico and Anna in Salem; three brothers, Ismael in Massachusetts, Jose in Puerto Rico, and Cecilio in Salem; eight grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren; and. Both of his siblings, a brother named Angel Rosario and a sister named Catalina Rosario, had already passed away before he did.

On Saturday, April 10, at 10:30 AM, there will be funeral services at the PADGETT FUNERAL HOME. The funeral home is located at 1107 State Highway 77 in Upper Deerfield Township. On the day of the funeral, walk-through visitation will be permitted from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM prior to the start of the proceedings. In addition to the burial that will occur in Puerto Rico on April 17, 2021, there will be additional services held there. These activities are planned to happen.