"This is the story of Rosabelle Aldanese Moscozo, also known as our beloved "Belle" or "Rosie.”Belle was a very giving, kindhearted, and loving person, who is loved and will be missed by many. Belle's life began on October 10th, 1976, alongside her twin sister, Renalyne Aldanese Moscozo.She was born to Rosamond and Roberto Moscozo in Honolulu, Hawaii. When Rosabelle was still a young child, she moved to Los Angeles, California with her family.
She went to Clyde Woodworth Elementary School, Albert Monroe Middle School, both in Inglewood, California, and Leuzinger High School in Lawndale, California. Belle was always so carefree and enjoyed the simplicity of life—she never let tough circumstances bring her down. She lived each day with a great sense of humor, a beautiful smile and infectious laugh.
She had a soft spot for animals and especially loved the family dog, Stitch, who she nicknamed "Tee-Tee." Belle loved music, especially oldies and some of her favorite songs were: “You're Beautiful” by James Blunt and “Free Bird” by Lynard Skynard. When she was a young kid she used to love singing "Ebony and Ivory" by Paul McCartney with her siblings and cousins. You could've found her at a Judas Priest concert, too. Belle also loved going to the beach, and enjoyed sight-seeing and beautiful views. Belle also loved her boots. She could always be caught wearing her favorite pair whenever you'd see her.
It is for all these reasons, and many more than can be listed, that Belle was cherished and loved by so many people. Because she touched so many people, we can all feel the pain of her loss.
Belle passed away on March 28th, 2018, at 1:28 PM at USC Hospital in Los Angeles, California. Belle is survived by everyone’s lives that she touched. Her mother, Rosamond Q. Moscozo; her father, Roberto B. Moscozo; her sisters: Renalyne Aldanese Moscozo (Reyes), Rachelle Aldanese Moscozo, and Jennifer Moscozo; her brothers: Roman J. Aldanese-Riley and Roberto Moscozo Jr.; her grandmother, Remigia Quevedo Aldanese; her grandfather, Gulliermo Moscozo; her uncles: Rey, Roy, and Rex Aldanese and Paul Pagan; her aunts: Rea, Alene, and Chi Aldanese, and a host of cousins and friends.
Belle was one-of-a-kind. She gave so much and asked for so little in return. Belle had one mission in life: to give and to love.
She will be cherished, missed, and loved by all."