November 2011 — Worcester Telegram Obituary
His obituary states that he was survived by his wife of 58 years, Ursule (Domantas) Rozevicius. [Note: She subsequently died in May 2013.] He was survived by a son, Anthony Rozevicius, a daugter, Ramona Kneeland both of Worcester Massachusetts and a brother, Feleksas Rozevicius of Toronto Canada, as well as three grandchildren and one great grandchild. He was predeceased by three brothers and four sisters.
During WW II he had fled with his family in 1944 from his native Lithuania into Germany and later immigrated to the United States in 1950. He had worked for the Wachusett Wire Company as a wire drawer of over 30 years, having retired in 1995. A gifted vocalist, active in Lithuanian cultural activities, he was a past president and member of the Lithuanian Art Lovers Circle [LMM Ratelis] as well as a lifetime member of the recently closed St. Casimir Parish (Catholic) Church and choir.
Following a funeral Mass on November 22nd 2011 at St. Stephen Church burial took place in the Notre Dame Cemetery in Worcester.