Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel

68 Old Short Hills Road, Livingston, NJ


Rochelle Elaine Doliner

2 July , 193121 July , 2019

Rochelle Doliner (Paris) of Verona, formerly of Livingston past away on July 21, 2019.

Rochelle grew up in Newark, N.J. and graduated from West Side High School in 1949. She married her husband, Seymour Doliner and soon after they settled in Livingston, N.J. Rochelle lived there for 40 plus years before moving to Verona with her companion Jack Silverman. Rochelle enjoyed a 40 year career at Gail Lowenstein/Caldwell Banker Realtors in Livingston, where she was a top salesperson and loved by all.

Predeceased by her loving husband Seymour, she is survived by her daughters; Randi Epstein (Allan) of Succasunna, Jodi Weiss (Brad) of Flanders, and Lori Seelig of Ocean, two sisters; Blanche Blum (Stanley) and Edith Davidson. Rochelle had eleven grandchildren; Scott Epstein (Stephanie), Ross Epstein (Amanda), Jill Epstein, Danielle Porter (Robert), Nicole Worthing, Justin Worthing, Samantha Weiss, Eric Weiss, and three great grandchildren.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, 23 July , 2019
  • Burial Tuesday, 23 July , 2019


Rochelle Elaine Doliner

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Stephen Melz

24 July 2019

Rochelle was a lovely woman. When I first met her, she and Jack took me to their favorite restaurant. Everybody in the place knew Rochelle and she was beloved by all. I am honored that she put her faith and trust in me, and feel privileged to have known her. She will be missed..

Margaret Bowie

23 July 2019

Your smile and endearing words will linger with me forever. Truly a lovely person in every sense of the word. May your family find comfort in all of the loving words that have been spoken about Rochelle. One of a kind to be sure.

Marci Grabelle

22 July 2019

I was blessed to have know Rochelle ("mom") since I was 16 years old...a lifetime. She had beauty both inside and out....and such 'class' that no one could match. Her gorgeous smile, sweetness, and incredible strength will be greatly missed. Sharing sincere condolences to Jodi and Brad--and Randi who took exceptional care of Rochelle throughout her final journey in life, Lori, and the entire Doliner, Weiss, Epstein, Worthing, and Paris families. May the memories of Rochelle bring you all peace and solace. Sending hugs and love to you all...xoxoxo

Shelly Umanoff

22 July 2019

Side by side desks for 30 years at Gail Lowenstein Realtors in Livingston. I miss your happy voice and smiling face already. .....

Gail Lowenstein

21 July 2019

Rochelle was the 1st person to join my Real Estate office days after I opened. In 1970. We were together almost 40 years. She was a very special person. Always a smile on her face, always a positive attitude. Real estate was in her bones. All who worked with her, loved her. She will be missed by all who knew her. She may be gone from our lives but her memory will remain in our hearts.

Douglas Lowenstein

21 July 2019

For so many years, Rochelle helped families discover their homes, and this has me reflecting on the idea of "home", and what it meant to her to be a Mom,  Grandmother and Great Grandmother that made a home for her family.  

Throughout her wonderful life,  your Mom never stop working on the home that was her masterpiece.

It was a home without any walls or doors, without any ceiling, glass, stone or brick, and without furniture or flowers, or china place settings or gardens.  

It was the home she never stopped building in her heart for her family, with her love.

Those of us who had the joy of loving her will feel her guidance everyday, inclined towards the warmth, compassion, generosity and caring that she so effortlessly shared with others.