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Mount Sinai Obituaries and Services » Rosalie Weiner

Rosalie Weiner

July 12, 1934 - November 1, 2020

Service Information Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills

Service Date: Friday November 6th, 2020

Service Time: 11:00 am

Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills

5950 Forest Lawn Drive

Los Angeles, California 90068

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Rosalie I. Weiner, aka “Baubie” (7/12/34-11/1/20) died Sunday from
natural causes. Rosalie was not a “lady who lunched”, an excellent
cook, she was a lady who made lunch, and dinner, and breakfast, and all
manners of goodies in-between. Growing up during the Depression and
WWII, she also became a great seamstress and tailor, making many of her
own and her family’s clothes. She said that this way she got her food
and her clothes the way she liked them, and could afford things that she
couldn’t if she had to buy them already prepared.

Her other pastimes gave way to her family, especially her grandchildren
and then her great-grandchildren (she was a well known “baby-hog”). One
could always count on 4th of July barbeques and family Hanukkah parties at her and
her beloved Stanley’s home.

Rosalie was pre-deceased by daughter Jill Weiner and husband Stanley
Weiner and survived by children Fred Weiner (Ellen), Brad Golstein, Ron
Weiner (Bonny), Sheryl Weiner, Carrie Sue Jacoves (Mitch) and nine
grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews and extended
family and friends.

Due to Covid, funeral arrangements are private. If desired, a donation
in her memory could be made to Adat Ari El, Chaverim or National Council of Jewish Women Los Angeles.