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Name:Rosalie Zuckerman
Home:Pittsford, New York
Death Date:December 17, 2012
Birth Date:June 29, 1915
Age:97
Birthplace:Brooklyn, New York
Visitation:The family will receive friends at 8 Esker Rise in Victor on Thursday from 7-9 PM & Friday from 2-4 PM.
Service Info:Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 1 PM in the Benjamin Goldstein Chapel of Temple B’rith Kodesh (2131 Elmwood Avenue).
Interment:Inurnment will be held on Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 1 PM at White Haven Memorial Park. Friends are asked to meet at the main gate.
Donations:


Lifetime Care - Hospice of Rochester

3111 Winton Road South
Rochester, New York 14623-2988
www.lifetimecare.org
or
a charity of one's choice.

Bio:
Rosalie Zuckerman

Passed on December 17, 2012 at 97.  Predeceased by her beloved husband Max J. Zuckerman.  Survived by her children, Nancy & Bernie Levine & Joni Bold; grandchildren, Adam Bold, Mitchell Levine, Alisa & Robert Moore, Jennifer & Jim Ellis; great grandchildren, Caitlin, Piper, Kylie Bold, Carter, Owen, Genevieve Moore & Caden, Rebecca Ellis; nieces, Sandra Tankoos & Anita Auerbach.  The family wishes to thank the staff at the Friendly Home, Rochester General Hospital, Lifetime Care Hospice and Lynn Alent for their wonderful care and support.  Rosalie was loved by so many people and will be deeply missed. 

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 1 PM in the Benjamin Goldstein Chapel of Temple B’rith Kodesh (2131 Elmwood Avenue).  Click here for directions to the temple.   

Inurnment will be held on Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 1 PM at White Haven Memorial Park.  Friends are asked to meet at the main gate.  Click here for directions to the cemetery.

The family will receive friends at 8 Esker Rise in Victor on Thursday from 7-9 PM & Friday from 2-4 PM.  Click here for directions to the house of mourning.   

Donation Information:
Lifetime Care - Hospice of Rochester
3111 Winton Road South
Rochester, New York 14623-2988
www.lifetimecare.org
or
a charity of one's choice.
Stones:
By leaving a stone, you are leaving a message for the family. The origin of this goes back to Biblical times, when graves were often marked with a pile of stones. After some time, the elements made the stones disperse, and it was necessary for the piles to be built up again. Nowadays, we mark graves with a permanent marble or granite monument. By placing a pebble on the grave, the visitor is helping preserve the memory of the deceased. Just as the stone lasts forever, so too does the soul live forever. Another thought is that by placing pebbles on the grave, it shows that respects are still being paid, and that the deceased is still loved and remembered.
Nancy, It seems like just last week we saw each other at Charbroil with your Mom. So sorry to hear. All our condolences.
Rosalie was a wonderful lady. She always had a smile and a hug for us. She was so happy to be near her family and enjoyed all the family get togethers. "RoRo" was pretty remarkable, not everyone still drives until they are 96 and goes to the gym to work out in her 90's. Rosalies love for her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren was something very special. We will all miss her ; but we know she is happy to be holding hands in heaven with her best friend Max. Love to everyone and we will keep you in our prayers. Nancy and Robert
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