A Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated Sept. 2 at Our Lady of Mercy Roman Catholic Church, Jersey City, for Rose Dellamanna, 91, of Jersey City. She passed away Aug. 31 in her home in Jersey City surrounded by her family. Rose passed away in the same room where she was born on July 9th, 1929. Rose was born in her home at 283 Neptune Avenue to Carmine and Elizabeth Pascarello (Née ingenito). She was the last sibling of five brothers. Rose attended Snyder High School where she graduated with honors in 1947. Mrs. Dellamanna, an accomplished seamstress, worked as an instructor for Singer sewing machine company prior to marrying William B Dellamanna. Later in life she worked outside the home, in the Jersey City offices of Siperstein’s Paint for over 25 years. She retired at age 79. Rose raised 3 boys John, William and Carmen. A devout Catholic, Mrs. Dellamana was a Founding Member of Our Lady of Mercy parish. She was very active in the church’s Rosary Society and Carnival Committee. Throughout her life she continued her sewing as a hobby for her family and friends, to include first communion suit-jackets for her boys. Rose was an avid baker and canner. She always had homemade jellies and jams in her house. In 1974 she was recognized by the Jersey Journal as a baker and homemaker. She was pictured preparing her homemade Italian Easter bread on the front page of the Family Section of the Jersey Journal. Mrs. Dellamanna a is predeceased by her husband of 32 years William B. Dellamanna, her five brothers Vincent, Michael, John, the twins, Mario and Guido, as well as her parents, Carmine and Elizabeth Pascarello (Née Ingenito). Rose is survived by her three sons John, William, and Carmen and their wives Catherine and Tony Dellamanna, (Nées Digioia) and her five grandchildren William, Michael, Nicholas, Lisa, and Toni Ann Dellamanna. Services arranged by the Greenville Memorial Home, Jersey City.