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Mary “Marylou” Rothfuss

March 12, 1939 ~ June 07, 2022

ROTHFUSS, MARY L. “Marylou” (CONDE), 83, of Vero Beach Florida, passed away on June 7, 2022 at home surrounded by her loving family after a short battle with cancer.
She was the wife of her first and only love, the late Alfred L. Rothfuss (2014).

Born in Providence, RI, she was the daughter of the late Urban and Gertrude (Parker) Conde. Marylou was the sister of Norman Conde of VA, Edmund Conde of CT, Elaine Bruce of CA and the late Donald Conde and Jeanette Conde Cabral.

She is survived by her children, Lori Hoffman (Jeff) of Vero Beach FL, Alan Rothfuss (Scott Outerbridge) of Warwick, RI, Mark Rothfuss (Michelle) of Plympton, MA and Melissa Rothfuss of Vero Beach, FL, and her grandchildren Chelsea Monte (Nate), Kyle Rothfuss, Peter Hoffman, and Emily Rothfuss (Chris Walsh) and by her great grandchildren Myles Monte and Malcolm Walsh.

Marylou graduated from Mount Hope High School in Providence RI. After high school, she married and started a family in Warwick RI. She raised four children and was an active member of Asbury Methodist Church. She also worked as a Church Secretary for many years. Al and Marylou were active boaters that ventured all around Narragansett Bay and the Elizabeth Islands in their boat Aquarius. They also enjoyed summers on Johnson’s Pond in Coventry RI.

After retirement, Al and Marylou traveled for several years, exploring every state in their RV. Finally, they settled in Vero Beach FL, where they enjoyed Florida living. Marylou was an active member of Sebastian United Methodist Church and enjoyed singing in the choir.

Arrangements are under the care of Millennium Cremation Service of Vero Beach. Friends who would like to share condolences with the family may sign an online guestbook at


Lori Hoffman

June 9, 2022, 1:46 pm

Mom’s memorial service will be held at Sebastian United Methodist Church, 1029 Main Street, Sebastian,FL 32958 on June 29, 2022 at 11:00AM. Donations to the Sebastian United Methodist Church Memorial Fund are appreciated in lieu of flowers.

Lynn Walsh

June 9, 2022, 9:35 pm

Marylou and Al served the Friends of the North Indian River County Library for many years with Marylou as President and Al as Treasurer. We were devastated to lose Al and now so sad to hear of Marylou’s passing. I know she also served the church with
the same amount of commitment and competence that she gave to the Friends of the Library.

Judith Evans-Gallagher

June 11, 2022, 1:04 pm

We sang in the choir with Mary Lou for a number of years. A lovely, dedicated, funny gal!
Many will feel a loss with her leaving us.
No doubt that she will Rest In Peace.

Charles Hopkins

June 12, 2022, 9:39 pm

Lori ,Alan ,Mark ,Melissa I’m sorry to hear about your mothers passing.
To this day I still think of all the great times we had growing up on the pond.


August 2, 2023, 11:09 am

Just saw this you’re in my thoughts always lost my mother during the pandemic in 2000 so I know once we lose both parents and become orphans Life as a whole different perspective hang in there I love you Ray

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