This is to her brother that drove a NYC taxi in the late ‘60s during a transit strike. Our parents, Walter and Trudy Rosenthal got into your cab, started a conversation, found out about Roz, who at the time was in Sonyea, and thus began her association with and adoption by the Rochester Jewish community. It is a long story of mutual love and respect. I believe we still have some correspondence from Roz to our parents. My sister Susie and I are so sad to hear this news. It is a loss to her born family as well as to all her adopted members. Our sincere condolences.
I got to know Roz at bingo at the Jewish Home. She was one of our characters. but I loved her anyway. May the family have some comfort in knowing that she brought some spice to our lives. May G-d comfort you among the other mourners of Tzion and Yerushalayim.
Opened as an alternative for our community, it is our mission to provide the Jewish population of Rochester with an affordable, modern and convenient choice at a time when the need is most important. We pledge to utilize our local ownership to offer a dignified array of services to Jewish families, and give back to the community we live in and serve.