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Rosina Robertson Davidson

May 10, 1954 - August 30, 2019

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Rosina R. Davidson of Raleigh, North Carolina peacefully passed away on August 30, 2019 after a long illness.

Rosina was born in Scotland on May 10, 1954. She married Iain Davidson on January 23 1975. They moved to the United States in 1982. She spent most of her professional life working in the public-school system, first in Scotland and then the US. Rosina and Iain have 2 children, Cara Davidson Ellis and Stewart Davidson.

She was a wonderful wife, mother, friend, grandmother and will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

Per her wishes, her funeral service will be family only. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the NC Foundation for Public School Children (ncfpsc.org) or your favorite education-related charity.
Posted by:
Ann Fields
Posted on:
November 4, 2019
Lit a candle in memory of Rosina Robertson Davidson
Posted by:
Marca Hamm
Posted on:
October 9, 2019
On behalf of the NC Foundation for Public School Children, our thoughts are extended to Rosina's family. We celebrate and honor Rosina's life of service to and influence on the lives of countless school children she touched through her work as an educator. Her legacy and impact will live on through those lives. Rosina Davidson, a true Champion for Children.
~ Respectfully,
Marca Hamm, Executive Director
Posted by:
Wanda Cannady
Posted on:
September 3, 2019
Rosina was a pure delight and I treasure my years with her in the office at Pleasant Union. She was kind and caring, generous and thoughtful, funny and loving....all the things I loved about a dear friend. I am so saddened by her passing and wish all of her family to find peace in knowing what an impact she made on so many lives from kindergartners to adults!! I will keep you, Davidson family, in my thoughts and prayers. Much love, Wanda Cannady
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Lavonda Mark
Posted on:
September 3, 2019
My heart aches with you at the passing of dear Rosina (Princess Zina, as I called her). She was the epitome of what a true friend should be. She had a kind heart and a caring spirit, always willing to give of herself and her talents to all in need. I will miss her immensely. She loved Ian, her children and grand daughters beyond measure. They were indeed her everything. I always enjoyed seeing that sparkle in her eyes when she spoke of them (which she did often). I am so sorry for your loss and pray that you will find comfort in all of your wonderful memories together.
Lavonda Mark
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Jennifer Knoll
Posted on:
September 3, 2019
Rosina was a cherished friend and one of the first people I called when my husband and I decided to move back to North Carolina. We had the same hair texture and would commiserate about our misfortune and the latest and greatest products to help us achieve something akin to big hair, or as big as our hair would get. Rosina always greeted me with a laugh, a smile, and her warm, hospitable style. She loved flip-flops, being color coordinated and stylish, she had a special love for Chefs Tyler Florence and Mario Batali and who could forget her soft spot for Raleigh native Clay Aiken when he was a contestant on American Idol. I was at Pleasant Union for a brief period of time, but this much I know for sure, Rosina loved me and I loved her. She cast a ray of sunshine everywhere she went and my life and so many others were better because of it. I'm so sad that she is gone-I can't even imagine her family's pain and heartache. Sending so much love to Iain, Cara and Stuart and grandchildren and extended family. Rosina, I will miss you always. Rest in Peace, beloved friend.
Posted by:
Barbara Hawley
Posted on:
September 2, 2019
I am so sad to hear of Rosina’s passing. Rosina was such a kind and compassionate person. Knowing she was at the PUE front desk gave us all comfort and confidence. She was so loving toward all of the children as well as all of the staff. I had the joy of working with Rosina for 15 years and got together with her after I left. She was a cherished friend. I send all of her family comfort and love.

Barbara Hawley
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Deborah Wicker
Posted on:
September 1, 2019
I am so very, very sorry to hear of the loss of Rosina. Even though I hadn’t seen her recently I valued her greatly as a friend. She had so much to enjoy ahead of her in life and I know how deeply she will be missed by her family and all her friends. With great sadness, Deborah Wicker.
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