HUDSON, MA: Emma Jeanne Rotolante, a woman loved by all who knew her, passed away peacefully at home, with husband at her side. She died of a rare disease, Frontal Temporal Dementia. It all happened very quickly. A native of El Paso and a 40 year Acton and Boxborough, MA resident, she was the devoted wife for 58 years of Ralph Rotolante.
She also leaves behind her children, Regina Rotolante, Tony Rotolante, and Teresa White and her husband Joel. Jeanne also leaves behind granddaughter Nicole and her husband, Jordan Foster, as well as a great-granddaughter, Evie Foster. Jeanne was an accomplished artist and founding member of the Acton Arts League. At St. Elizabeth Parish, Jeanne was a Eucharistic Minister and a Prayer Warrior. As a member of Nashawtuc Country Club for 30 years, Jeanne enjoyed golfing and socializing. She won many golf trophies. Together with her husband Ralph, Jeanne traveled the world, visiting many European countries several times, as well as Japan, Korea, China and Central- and South America. Jeanne lived an active, athletic life including scuba, skiing, golf and tennis.
Family and friends will gather for a Memorial Mass at St. Elizabeth Parish Acton on Saturday, August 21st, 2021 at 10:00 am.
For the livestream link to view the funeral Mass, please visit Mrs. Rotolante’s memorial page at actonfuneralhome.com. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Jeanne’s memory may be made to St Vincent de Paul, c/o Apple Valley Collaborative-St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church, 89 Arlington Street, Acton, MA 01720.