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Rosette Priever Gerbosi, 79, lives in Pelican Bay in Naples with her husband, Peter. During WWII, Gerbosi's parents sent their daughter into hiding to live with a friend in Piegut, France - a town free of Nazi occupation. During her stay away there, the Nazis rounded up Gerbosi's parents and sent hem to their deaths in the concentration camps. Gerbosi and her older brother, Bernard Priever, were the only two members of their immediate family to survive the Holocaust.

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Tristan Spinski/Staff Rosette Priever Gerbosi, 79, lives in Pelican Bay in Naples with her husband, Peter. During WWII, Gerbosi's parents sent their daughter into hiding to live with a friend in Piegut, France - a town free of Nazi occupation. During her stay away there, the Nazis rounded up Gerbosi's parents and sent hem to their deaths in the concentration camps. Gerbosi and her older brother, Bernard Priever, were the only two members of their immediate family to survive the Holocaust.

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