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Mount Sinai Obituaries and Services » Ruth Rozner

Ruth Rozner

October 15, 2014

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Toni Antonio

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January 24, 2019

Thought of Ruth today and discovered she passed. My belated condolences to Marlene and Charles and the family. She was a fantastic Head Nurse who kept all the doctors in line with her sweet yet pointedly NY style. Great lady, dearly missed.

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Melinda Sue

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November 1, 2014

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Pearl Rozner Lipner

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October 28, 2014

I am so very sorry for your loss.

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Memory Pamphlet created by Gina Rozner

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Memory Pamphlet from Gina Rozner

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MICAEL NORIN

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October 21, 2014

THERE WAS A GENUINE PERSON WHO HAD A HEART OF DIAMOND,AND WAS VERY PLESANT TO KNOW

Posted by:
Miriam Verendia/Huntsman

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October 20, 2014

Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. My heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time.

Posted by:
Melinda Sue Norin

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October 20, 2014

Ruth was a gentle, intelligent, loving person and my life was a better life having known her. Her children, Marlene and Charles, live on as examples of how she lived her life -- with integrity, compassion and education. I loved Ruth and will miss her but feel fortunate to have have Marlene as my friend carrying forth the very same traits as her mom.

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Melinda Sue Norin

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Posted by:
Thuy Fleming

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October 20, 2014

Dearest Mama Rozner: I am addressing my rambling to you now because I believe that you still know what we do and say. Our worlds are still connected, not physically, but spiritually. For a short few decades I have had the privilege and honor to know you, I found that you were one of the most honest people I know. You were wonderful to your children and grandchildren. I saw how you loved and protected Marlene, but not overly protective. You did let her breathe. You were loyal to your friends. You loved your dog so dearly, although I thought the dog you had was the most horrible dog I have ever met. But it was just you. You loved people. You loved animals. You made such yummy potato pancakes. You also loved Bingo. About the love for Bingo; for the life of me, I could not understand why. Neither could I understand why you hardly ever got any of my jokes. I thought I was funny. Although I will never see you again, I know that you are now safe and happy in your new residence, reuniting with all your loved ones who left this world before us. I know one thing for sure that you will see Rhonda Medina, our dear, dear friend. I know she will come and say "Hi Ruth, welcome to the kingdom of God. Let me show you around. On your left is the everlastingly happy garden. Don't you smell the incredible fragrance? I know you love flowers. On your right is the Forever Winning Bingo Hall. You need no quarters for that. It's all you can play here. Let's move on. I have more to show you. And here is the......". You know you will be busy with Rhonda for a while. One thing I know for sure that Rhonda will take great care of you. She was a nurse, too. You know. Goodbye, my dearest Mama Rozner. Please remember that we love you. And we will all meet again.

Posted by:
Sheila Perlman

Posted on:
October 18, 2014

Growing up with my best friend Marlene, I have so many fond memories of Ruth. If I wasn't at my own house, I was over at hers or going out on all sorts of outings with her and Marlene. I always admired Ruth and learned so much from her. Even though I was very close with my own mom, I always felt like Ruth was like a second mom to me! I always looked up to her and she was such an inspiration to me As my high school days were coming to an end, I wasn't sure what I wanted to do with my life. Ruth convinced me how important a college education was, even in a time when there were still many women getting married and staying home and raising their children. That was the life I thought I was going to be living. I remember Ruth's wise words to me so clearly even today, as she said, "Go to college and earn a degree. Even if you never use it, it's something you accomplished and something that no one can ever take away from you!" So, thank goodness I listened to her and earned my degree...and I did go on to use it! Thank you Ruth for setting me on the right path and preventing me from making a mistake I would have truly regretted! Ruth will always have a special place in my heart, alongside my own parents who have passed. I remember so many good times together, whether it be fun day trips like Farmer's Market, including me in activities with a foreign exchange student she was so kind to take into her home, playing good ol' fashion card and board games, cooking meals, eating out, going bowling and of course playing Bingo! So many years of great memories! Ruth will be so missed by everyone who knew her! She had a heart of gold and always willing to help others. I know she helped me in so many ways! I'm so saddened by her passing, but she is at peace and is an angel now who will always be watching down on her wonderful children and grandchildren!