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Mount Sinai Obituaries and Services » Eva Rosenberg

Eva Rosenberg

February 18, 1955 - January 11, 2016

Service Information Mount Sinai Simi Valley - Kamenir Chapel

Service Date: Thursday January 14th, 2016

Service Time: 12:30 pm

Mount Sinai Simi Valley - Kamenir Chapel

6150 Mount Sinai Drive

Simi Valley, CA 93063

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Posted by:
Debbie Griffin

Posted on:
January 15, 2016

Eva was an amazing, kindhearted person, an inspiration to us all and I will miss her greatly. Condolences and heartfelt sympathy to Dave, Jackie, and Melissa

Posted by:
Marjorie Sims

Posted on:
January 15, 2016

My condolences to the Rosenberg family. Eva was an amazing person and I will never forget her positive outcome and beautiful smile. Eva befriended me after my friend Brenda Daitch passed away in 2009 from ovarian cancer. Brenda and Eva had become very close while they were going through treatment at the same time I think Eva somehow knew how deeply sad I was after Brenda's death and, despite her own very busy life, she made it a point to check in on me from time to time. She was a source of inspiration. I could see how much she loved her family and friends. She was simply a generous spirit and it was truly my fortune to know her albeit very briefly. My heart goes out to Melissa and Jackie. May you have all the love and support you need now and going forward.

Posted by:
Michael Krauss

Posted on:
January 14, 2016

What I will never forget about my cousin Eva was that she was always loving and caring, putting others needs before her own. She was always there to call my Mom during good times and bad. Eva was like the daughter that she never had. When my Mom passed in May 2014, Eva and Jackie were so thoughtful to spend time with my Dad Armin, my brother Jeff, and I, in New York for Margaret's funeral. Eva made a lovely speech about her special bond with my Mom in the funeral chapel. Then last year, I was so happy that Armin and I came to visit with our Rosenberg/Ickovics West Coast family on July 4th weekend. It had been many years since our last visit. The trip, and reconnection to the family, meant a lot to us both. When I was not feeling well transversing Los Angeles that weekend, Eva consistently asked me how I was feeling. She let me decide how we were going to spend our time. That was Eva. It was never about her. It was about the needs of others. That unique quality endeared Eva to so many. She will be missed. Rest in peace Eva, and please give a kiss to my Mom, your parents, and my other my aunts, and uncles, up there in heaven.

Posted by:
Jeff Krauss

Posted on:
January 14, 2016

Eva was the kindest person I've known. As my first cousin, I spent much time with her prior to her family moving to California. After that, we saw each other when she came East, or I went West. I never heard her say a negative thing about anybody and I never witnessed a thoughtless gesture on her part. When my mother passed in 2014, she and her daughter came and stayed with me, bringing me comfort. Always cheerful, she was a true warrior against her cancer. I never heard her once complain about it. I'll miss you and wish you gentleness and peace on your journey. I send you all my love.

Posted by:
Susan and Mike Librot

Posted on:
January 14, 2016

Eva and I grew up together, lived right next door to each other and have remained friends for more than 50 years. She was funny, vivacious, kind, courageous, strong, full of life and full of love. We celebrated special occasions and shared some fun vacations together. She never missed my birthday as she just called me 2 weeks ago to do so. We were planning another visit together soon in Florida. Ironically, the last time were were together was January 11 of 2015. Mike and I will miss her terribly. We enjoyed every moment we spent with her, and David.. when we were in LA. She always talked about her girls and grandchildren. She was so proud of them and they gave her so much joy! Eva, I hope you are at peace, no more suffering. You will always be in my heart, I love you!

Posted by:
julie Michaelson

Posted on:
January 14, 2016

I am so very deeply saddened for the loss of most wonderful Eva. I am still in shock and cannot imagine her absence. Eva is probably one of the most generous, loving, genuinely caring individuals I have known. Her essence is so pure and so honest, so loving, so positive. She is, and will always be, a significant person in my life, someone who for many reasons I admired and learned from. My life and heart is better having known her. Deepest of sympathy to her family, to Dave, her daughters, and her grandchildren. I'm so sorry for this tremendous loss. With love, Julie Michaelson

Posted by:
Karan Fischer

Posted on:
January 14, 2016

Eva was a beautiful person inside and out. She was loving, kind, generous and always concerned for the welfare of others...everyone she met, she effected and she made friends everywhere she went. People loved my cousin Eva, she was easy to talk with and she treated everyone with kindness and respect. Eva is my first cousin, my big sister and my dearest friend. She watched over me for the 18 years I lived in LA. She found my house and made sure I was happy and she always had an open door in her home for me and everyone she knew....I love you Eva...I miss you and I light a candle for your journey...

Posted by:
Marcy Eisenman

Posted on:
January 14, 2016

Dear Rosenberg Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Eva was a kind, special and dynamic lady. I truly admired her strength.

Posted by:
Jacquelyn

Posted on:
January 13, 2016

Posted by:
Jacquelyn

Posted on:
January 13, 2016

My mom was the light of my life, my heart my strenth and my best friend. I will miss you every minute of everyday