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Full Name: Anne Rosman
Date of Death: Saturday, February 13, 2021

Anne Rosman died peacefully after a brief illness on February 13, 2021, at the age of 91.  She is survived by her two sons, Charles and Michael (Jessica Kasten), and a granddaughter, Lianna Rosman. 

She was born in the Bronx in 1929 to Jack and Frieda Bassell.  She grew up in and just outside the New York City area, went to Hofstra and Syracuse Universities for her undergraduate degree, and married Irwin Rosman on March 25, 1951.  After living in Hempstead, NY for a short while, they moved to New Milford, NJ in 1957, where they remained for the rest of their lives. 

Anne worked as a substitute schoolteacher while her boys were growing up, and then, later on, worked in the consumer survey field for Fieldwork East in Fort Lee, NJ.  She was involved in local politics in her community.  Later on in life she became interested in Jewish studies, and participated in several Torah study groups at Temple Emeth in Teaneck and Temple Avodat Shalom in River Edge.  

Mostly, though, Anne was a dedicated parent and wife, and devoted friend.  Those who knew her delighted in her off-beat sense of humor, quick wit, infectious smile, and easy laugh.  She always had time to talk with friends.  She worried about her “boys” (even when they were no longer boys), supported them at all times, and burst with pride at their accomplishments.  She and Irwin travelled the globe, often with friends or family.  She is sorely missed and remembered fondly.

Service Information

Tuesday, February 16, 2021 12:00 PM

Service at:
Cedar Park Cemetery
735 Forest Ave, Paramus, NJ 07652

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. rossana fonticoba

    Anne Rosman was a part of our family at the Regency Memory Care Club, we all loved her. She kept us on our toes through out the day. She had the greatest come backs in history. We all enjoyed her wit. Anne’s mastered choreographed dance moves with any type of music were something to watch. We will miss her dearly, its funny that we all knew she was coming with the sound of her cane. We feel blessed that she was part of our family, and we are honored to have the chance to have her in our club for so may years.

    Sincerely, Rossana Fonticoba – Activity Director

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  2. Stephania Gil

    On behalf of The Regency Club, we will miss Anne dearly! She was a big part of our family… We will miss her big smile, her laugh, and most importantly the way she was able to brighten up our days no matter what! Anne never let anything ruin her day. We will miss you! Thank you for all the great memories.

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  3. Linda Reppert

    Anne was a cherished friend of mine for more than thirty years. We walked and talked and went to the movies and ate out and played scrabble and on and on and on… We enjoyed each other’s company and shared experiences as good friends do for all of those wonderful years. I miss her now and always. She was special. she loved life and her positive/cheerful outlook was contagious and appreciated by anyone lucky enough to know her. Thank you Anne for being my friend.

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