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Roe Saladino, 77, of Mooresville, NC, passed away on Saturday, May 23, 2015, at the Gordon Hospice House in Statesville, NC. She was born Rolande Marguerite LaCombe on August 12, 1937, in Lewiston, ME.
Roe was a devout Christian and member of The Cove Church in Mooresville, where she spent countless hours volunteering and helping with the church and its members. She enjoyed sewing, crafting, watching butterflies, and spending time with family and her dog, Angel. She was an avid sports fan, always cheering for her favorite team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and her favorite NASCAR driver, Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Roe was preceded in death by her husband, Louie Saladino. She is survived by her sister Terry Pelletier of Daytona Beach, FL; sister Connie Bilodeau and husband Normand of Auburn, ME; daughter Cindy Houser and husband Mike of Sheridan, IN; son Brian Thibault of Estero, FL; daughter Lisa Fox and husband Pat of Huntersville, NC; son John Saladino and wife Kim of Cape Coral, FL; and 11 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 6, at 11 a.m. at The Cove Church, 197 Langtree Rd, Mooresville, NC, 28117.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to The Cove Church at http://www.covechurch.org/onlinegiving.
Melissa McKeith says
I would like to wish my deepest condolences to you all.
Roe was a beautiful lady, inside and out. She will truly be missed.
Debbie Darmenia says
My prayers go out to the family and my condolences. Aunt Roe was a wonderful caring lady she will be in haven with uncle Lou.
Linda techlowec says
I lost the sweetest friend last week, my angel Roe I will miss you always you could always make my heart smile john and i loved you so much, I know you and Lou are in a much better place and we will love and remember you both always!
suzette fox says
Prayers to you all! Roe you will be missed! Tell Louie hello, and your together again! Love to you all!!!
Karla Strohm says
Never met you, Roe. In spite of that you gave me a very important gift. Your son, Brian, has been in my life since virtually the beginning. We have shared hardships, accomplishments, thoughts, secrets, hopes and dreams through life. Without you, I would have never been so blessed. So thank you, for bestowing upon me, the best of what life has to offer. Godspeed…..
Jean Mckee says
George and I extend our deepest regrets and our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Linda Brodbeck says
Lisa, I feel so sad for you and your family.
michele graham says
My condolences to all of Roe’s family. I knew her for a short time. She opened her house to all of us and welcomed us in. She made me feel so welcomed and loved. Thank you Roe. Till I see you again.
Ed Strapp says
My Prayers to the whole Family ! She will always be my second Mom. So Loving, Caring, Giving…There are not enough words to describe how Beautiful she was. I will never forget how awesome she was when she was taking care of my Mom in her final days….Roe was & is an ANGEL ! Now Ma & Lou are Lovingly together, watching over the Whole Family.
Marian Dellinger says
Lisa, Sorry for your loss. I’ll be thinking of you and your family.
The Winn Family says
We’re so sorry for the loss of your mother. She was such a wonderful lady. We love you all so much.
Lorraine (cousin) and husband John says
Both Lorraine and I will miss Rolande and her husband Lou, especially their fun summer visits to our home. We pray for the repose of her soul, that is now safely in heaven with our Almighty God …
Tracie and Howard Bartels says
Roe was a dear friend we were lucky to have. She introduced us to many wonderful people and made us ( like everyone she met) feel just like a member of their family. We know she is smiling down on all of us with Lou at her side. Goodbye for now dear Roe…..