October 22, 1944 - March 23, 2022
Salome Leonimidad Manalo Magboo Rosos was born on October 22, 1944 to Hilaria and Francisco Magboo in Bauan, Batangas in the Philippines. She was the eldest daughter of 6 children who were raised in San Mariano, San Pascual, Batangas. After graduating from high school, she moved to Manila to attend Manuel L. Quezon University in 1960. Guided by her passion for education, Salome earned a scholarship due to her academic excellence. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry in 1965. In her last year in university, Salome met Emmanuel Rosos in Manila. They developed a strong relationship despite some distance, as Salome also pursued a career in education as a college chemistry and high school physics teacher back in her native Batangas. After 5 years of teaching in Batangas, she returned to Manila to teach college-level physics for 2 more years. In 1971, Salome and Emmanuel became married before she earned an opportunity of a lifetime. Salome received a rare approval to immigrate to the United States with a professional visa. She would be the first of both her and Emmanuel’s families to have the opportunity to immigrate outside of the Philippines; becoming a pioneer for her family. In 1972, Salome first landed in Alameda, California, but quickly moved to Los Angeles to establish her home in the US. She worked in a bank and flower shop for a year before beginning her 17-year professional career as a chemist; which spanned across both Southern and Northern California. In 1990, Salome’s career transitioned from chemist to small-business owner, as Emmanuel and Salome acquired Donut Time in Sacramento, California. Tapping into her education and entrepreneurial spirit, she successfully led business operations for over 14 years. Through her hard work and dedication to the business, Salome quickly became a beloved member of the community and was a critical reason for the business’ success. She retired in 2004. Salome was predeceased by Hilaria Magboo (mother), Francisco Magboo (father), Juanito Magboo (brother), Timoteo Magboo (grandfather), and Isabelle Magboo (grandmother). Salome loved her family and friends immensely, and she is loved and missed by them deeply. She leaves to cherish her memories her husband, Emmanuel Rosos; her 4 sisters, Nely Comia, Aurea Ventura, Anicia Gottwig, and Zaida Parker; her 3 children, Marco Rosos, Dennis Rosos, and Neil Rosos; her 2 grandchildren, Melina Rutland and Miles Rosos; and a large number of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.
Salome Leonimidad Manalo Magboo Rosos was born on October 22, 1944 to Hilaria and Francisco Magboo in Bauan, Batangas in the Philippines. She was the eldest daughter of 6 children who were raised in San Mariano, San Pascual, Batangas. After... View Obituary & Service Information
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