A beautiful lady, a dedicated wife, a wonderful mother and grandmother, Rose Ticak Borovatz Marinich, walks with Jesus today in His garden. He took her hand January 5, 1994. She leaves much loved friends and families to whom she has shown kindness and love.

She was born March 3, 1902 in Jablanac, Yugoslavia to Joseph and Katarina Marinac Ticak. Married Matt Borovatz on December 1, 1923. He preceded her in death on October 12, 1933. Married Vick Marinich May 18, 1938. He also preceded her in death, on August 25, 1988. Both marriages performed in the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Park City. Member of the St. Vincent's Catholic Church in Murray.She is survived by daughter, Lucy B. Zurlo, Midvale; sons, Steve Borovatz (Dorothy); Matt Borovatz (Lena) residing in Midvale and Murray respectively; stepson, John Marinich, Palo Alto, Calif.; grandchildren, Mrs. Katharine (David) Spencer, Bennion; Tom (Mitzi) Borovatz, Taylorsville; Stephen Borovatz, Jeffrey Borovatz, both Midvale; Mark (Marilyn) Borovatz, West Jordan; A. Brandon Zurlo, Minneapolis, Minn.; great-grandchildren, Travis Borovatz, Jess Borovatz, Ian Borovatz, Abbie Anne Borovatz, Karlee Spencer. Preceded in death by spouses; daughter, Katie Borovac and great-grandson, Travis A. Borovatz; stepson, Steve M. Marinich.

Our dedication to our sweet mother: "Mother is everything in this life; she is consolation in time of sorrowing and hope in time of grieving, and power in the moments of weakness. She is the fountainhead of compassion, forbearance and forgiveness. He/she who loses their mother loses a bosom upon which he/she can rest their head, the hand that blesses, and the eyes which watch over.". Kahlil Gibran from "The Broken Wings".

Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, 11 a.m., January 8, 1994, St. Vincent's de Paul Catholic Church, 1375 Spring Lane, where friends may call Friday from 6-8 p.m. with a Vigil Prayer Service held at 8 p.m. Interment: Murray City Cemetery. Funeral Directors, Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary.

Our very special thanks to the wonderful staff of St. Joseph Villa for all the love shown Mother and tender care given. Also to special friends Helen Trauntvein, Sophie Borich, Helen Bogden and ever so many others who were so loved by Mother.

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