Coroner IDs woman pulled from Pacifica surf 

click to enlarge The partially clothed body of Pacifica resident Rosemary Furenza was pulled from the surf at Manor Beach on Friday, the San Mateo County Corner’s Office said. (Courtesy photo) - THE PARTIALLY CLOTHED BODY OF PACIFICA RESIDENT ROSEMARY FURENZA WAS PULLED FROM THE SURF AT MANOR BEACH ON FRIDAY, THE SAN MATEO COUNTY CORNER’S OFFICE SAID. (COURTESY PHOTO)
  • The partially clothed body of Pacifica resident Rosemary Furenza was pulled from the surf at Manor Beach on Friday, the San Mateo County Corner’s Office said. (Courtesy photo)
  • The partially clothed body of Pacifica resident Rosemary Furenza was pulled from the surf at Manor Beach on Friday, the San Mateo County Corner’s Office said. (Courtesy photo)

A woman whose body was pulled from the surf Friday morning was identified by the San Mateo County Coroner’s Office on Saturday as 54-year-old Rosemary Furenza.

The Pacifica resident’s partially clothed body was found in the water by two fishermen at Manor Beach and reported shortly after 8:30 a.m.

A cause of death had not been determined as of Saturday afternoon, according to the Coroner’s Office.

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