Monday, October 19, 2015

Marian G. Rossman

Belmont, NY - Marian G. Rossman, age 86, of State Route 19 South passed away on Monday, October 19, after a short illness. She was born in the Town of Amity on January 25, 1929 to Victor and Gladys Austin Brown. On November 23, 1947 she married Everett Rossman who survives.

Marian was a lifelong resident of the Belmont area who graduated from Belmont Central High School. She worked as a telephone operator then for the Candy Land Restaurant and later for Cornell Cooperative in the 4 H Department all in Belmont. Marian retired from the Village of Belmont as the Deputy Clerk after 17 years of service. She was a lifelong member of the First Baptist Church of Belmont where she played the organ and piano. Marion enjoyed bowling and will be remembered as a family lady who loved her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Surviving besides her husband are 2 daughters, Deb (Tracy) Slaughter and Dawn (Jeff) Stuck both of Belmont; 2 grandchildren, Jeffery (Crystal) Bogle of Olean and Brianne Bogle of Wellsville; 3 great grandchildren, Kiri Bogle, Elijah Bogle and Lillian Bogle; a brother, Donald (Joanne) Brown of Belmont as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Marian was predeceased by her parents and her sister Coralie Fry.

There will be no prior visitation and a service will be held at the convenience of the family at a later date. Memorials in Marian’s name may be made to either the First Baptist Church of Belmont or to the Amity Rescue Squad. To leave online condolences please visit


  1. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. May God keep you close in this time of sorrow for such a nice lady. I will always remember her playing the organ at church when I was younger. And, riding in her VW bug :)
    Marcy Jo Burdick Crawford

  2. Heaven REJOICES! Earth weeps ,,, at least those of us who knew Marian do. Farewell sweet lady ,,, until we meet again.

  3. Marian, RIP. Marian was a good friend and helped me many times as Village Clerk when I was Police Chief. She will be missed.
    Gary Frisk