Date of Death: November 9, 2023
Visitation: Moloney Funeral Homes
Our Lady of the Snow R. C. Church
175 Blue Point Ave
Blue Point, NY 11715
Celebration of Life – November 14, 2023 Our Lady of the Snow
Hope House Ministries remembers with love and gratitude, long time Board Member and volunteer, Mark Rose.
Like so many of our supporters, Mark was dedicated to Hope House Ministries and to helping those living with addiction and experiencing mental health issues.
Mark’s generosity and philanthropic spirit sustained Hope House Ministries down through the years. His love of family and community was inspirational.
Thank you Mark for a beautiful life and for years of placing the well being of others at the forefront of your endeavors.
Mark Rose- (Moaloney Funeral Home Obituary)
A life-long resident of Blue Point, Mark spent his summers on Fire Island and enjoyed boating on the Great South Bay. He was a graduate of Seton Hall H.S. & a proud graduate of Siena College. Mark went on to become a prominent local businessman who touched a great many people along the way. Known as true “beer people”, Mark and his brother, Ric, had great success in continuing one of the largest privately owned companies on Long Island, supplying millions of people with their favorite beverages. Although retired as Chairman Emeritus, Mark would frequently still show up to the “shop” & walk the warehouse or offices exchanging greetings, stories & smiles with the Clare Rose Family he so dearly loved.
G-Dad was truly happiest when surrounded by his family. He leaves behind his devoted wife of 37 years, Joy, as well as 7 children; Bridget (Tim), Stacey, JJ, Sean (Michelle), Bay, Mark II, and Britton (Rachel), 13 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren.
Marks faith was unmatched, his philanthropic work was broad, and his compassion for others was endless. Marks unwavering love, respect and generosity for his family and friends is a tribute that will be cherished & remembered.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hope House Ministries in Port Jefferson, or The Clare Rose Playhouse in Patchogue.