Rosario Debler

Rosario “Rosy” Debler, a woman who devoted her life to the Lord, died Sunday, February 20, 2022. Rosy, 58, of Charlotte was born December 7, 1963, in Charlotte, MI, the daughter of Eustaquio “Rod” and Bertha (Bosquez) Rodriguez. Rosy was very artistic; this was a god given talent of hers. She did take some art classes but most of her abilities she was born with. Rosy could be found at craft shows around the area selling her work. She was known for her piñatas. In the later years Rosy developed Macular Degeneration causing her to be legally blind. This however didn’t stop Rosy from continuing to do her artwork. In her early years Rosy enjoyed dancing with Valli Halbeisen Dance Studio and performing in Traditional Mexican Dances around the area. Early in life Rosy was a devoted member of the St. Mary Catholic Church and in her later years she was a member of New Hope Community Church in Charlotte. Above all her biggest joy in life was her family, especially her nieces and nephews.
Rosy is survived by her beloved cat, Clara Jane; siblings, Joe Rodriguez, Ricardo (Darlene) Rodriguez, Linda Fox, Delia McGregor, Alicia Rodriguez-Wilcox; nieces and nephews, Gabriel Fox, Veronica (Mark) Neal, Stephanie (Josh) Dorey, Martin (Kendra) Rodriguez, Brianna (Cody) Wolgamott, William Rodriguez, Kegan McGregor, Mike (Laura) Lovell; great-nieces and nephews, Kendall Dorey, Ashton Dorey, Carson Wolgamott, Jayden Lovell, Aubrianna Lovell; special friends, Esther McKeever, and Becky Brooks. She was predeceased by her parents; significant other, Ken Debler; brother-in-law, Steve Fox; sister-in-law, Patricia Rodriguez.
Friends are encouraged to support Rosy’s family by attending services or sharing memories on her tribute page at A Memorial Service was held on Friday, March 4, 2022, at Pray Funeral Home with Laura Cooper officiating. The funeral was webcast so you may watch it from any computer, smartphone, or mobile device that has internet access. Go to, click on Rosy’s tribute, then click on Photos and Videos from your computer (or Media from your smart phone). If desired, the family suggests memorial contributions to the American Diabetes Association. The family is in the care of Pray Funeral Home, Charlotte.