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Mount Sinai Obituaries and Services » Albert M. Rosenblatt

Albert M. Rosenblatt

November 6, 1929 - March 19, 2020

Service Information Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills

Service Date: Sunday March 22nd, 2020

Service Time: 2:00 pm

Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills

5950 Forest Lawn Drive

Los Angeles, California 90068

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Albert Morris Rosenblatt November 6,1929 to March 19, 2020


Al was a native Angeleno who graduating from Dorsey High and Ucla.  Professionally Al was a CPA, a career he pursued into his mid-80’s. His integrity and loyalty are noted by all who had the opportunity to work with him.  Al was an unabashed avid Ucla and Dodger fan who took pride in every win.  Al himself loved sports and as a younger man played golf, then tennis and racquetball. Later in life he became a devotee to yoga and long walks with his dog  “Cooper”.  Al was adored by his wife of 58 years Linda, his children Ira (Helene) Rosenblatt, Elisa (Marc Pomerantz) and his daughter Shira.  He was blessed with five wonderful granddaughters Corie and Quinn, Arielle, Maiya and Noa who loved his playful, fun loving spirit and contagious laughter. He was devoted to his sister Esther and kept close contact with extended family. Al will be missed by all who knew him but he will be remembered for his goodness, his sense of humor, his resiliency and his zest for life.  He lived 90 years, always retaining his youthful good looks and his passion for living fully.  May he rest in peace knowing that his life was a blessing to all who knew and loved him.