OBITUARY

Lee Edward Rochman

September 20, 1956November 11, 2020

Lee Edward Rochman, age 64, of Bradenton, Florida passed away on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Lee was born September 20, 1956 in Bronx, New York.

A graveside service for Mr. Rochman will be held Monday, November 16, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Robert Toale and Sons Funeral Home at Palms Memorial Park,170 Honore Ave, Sarasota, FL 34232, in the Garden of Chabad.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ManasotaMemorial.com for the Rochman family.

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JON SEIDENSTOCK

November 18, 2020

Lee was a good friend. he always had a positive attitude
and was a fighter to the end . May he rest in peace.

Kevin Rodriguez

November 17, 2020

Lee,

You may have drawn your last breath yet your spirit lives well within us. You were a man of strength and these hard long years your battled through were proof of this. I will never forget all our late night conversations that held so much value to this young mind. You considered me a son, as i considered you a father and that bond we shared shall never be broken. Every human being has a higher purpose, to leave a legacy or a dent in this world, and you my friend have done just that. You will certainly be missed.

Thank you for everything and much love,

- Kevin

Gary Rochman

November 16, 2020

My dearest brother Lee.. what a surreal feeling it to say goodbye for every.. you never think this day would ever happen..but here it is.. the good memories I have, will never be forgotten. I will remember you and a parents every Friday night when I light Shabbat candles.
Rest in peace my brother.
Gary

Cydney Rockman

November 16, 2020

Rest in Peace Uncle Lee
You will never be forgotten
I love you forever

Lindsay Rockman

November 16, 2020

Uncle Lee....
I will never forget the memories of you smiling and laughing with everyone during holidays and family get togethers. Your music and singing never failed to put a smile on everyone’s face including mine. I will be forever grateful to have those memories of you.

I will miss you more than you know ... may you Rest In Peace.


Love always
your niece Lindsay

Brooke Rochman

November 16, 2020

Uncle Lee,

You grew up in a wolf pack of four brothers, and by the stories you and my dad would share, it sounded like you all had a wild ride in life. I always resonated with your love to perform in front of people. I guess that's what you and I had most in common, was our passion to entertain others. Even though, you are no longer on this Earth, I'm sure you will continue to be the life of the party wherever you may be now. I know you will bring your voice and spunk to your new audience and Grandma Sandy and Grandpa Seymour will most definitely have a front seat grinning ear to ear. I hope you rest in eternal peace.

Love,
Brooke Rochman

Ellie Boubaris

November 16, 2020

Lee,

We sometimes wonder why the best people are taken from us. I believe you were put on this earth to accomplish many beautiful things, and now you can lay to rest peacefully. I will thank you every day for giving me my best friend. She’s driven, hard working, and the most loving person, and she owes it to you. I remember meeting you so many years ago, and you treated me just like a daughter. For that, I am forever greatful. I remember going to baseball games with you and amber, and when you would come out of nowhere singing the best songs. You did have the best voice.

It was an honor getting to know you and your family. You are so loved, and will be greatly missed. RIP.

Until we meet again.
Love always,
Ellie ❤️

Maria Rochman

November 16, 2020

I first met my brother-in-law Lee, the same night I met my husband Robert, and what a memorable night that was. I remember him coming to our house for the holidays, dressing up as Santa, and seeing all the children's faces light up with such joy. Lee was a performer that never missed an opportunity to put on a show and sing. His favorite song was, I Did it My Way by Frank Sinatra, and boy did he do life his own way. I hope you rest in peace and put on a show for the heavens above.

Love,
Maria Rochman

Amber Rockman

November 16, 2020

Daddy, my silly daddy,
I love you, I love you so much. I’m so sad to be writing this as I never saw myself writing this, this soon. You filled so many people’s lives with joy and light. Your singing got everyone up dancing, your smile made other people smile, your laugh made everyone laugh. You were an amazing person and the most amazing father. I chose this photo to share as a memory because it was a great night, we danced the night away, we stole the show. I want you to know daddy how much you mean to me.. you were taken from our family too soon. I know you’re looking down on each and everyone of us, protecting us. You are my best friend, my life, my world, my right hand, my everything. I’ll cherish all the memories we made for the rest of my life. This is not a goodbye, this is a see you later. “I hope you're dancing in the sky, I hope you're singing in the angel's choir, I hope the angels know what they have, I'll bet it's so nice up in heaven since you arrived “
Rest In Peace Daddy.
Love,
Daddy’s little girl, Amber

Caron Rockman

November 16, 2020

I have wonderful memories of Lee singing and playing the piano at our home on Thanksgiving, and other family holidays. He was always without a doubt the life of the party. Although I had not seen him in many years, my sadness is overwhelming. May his memory be a blessing.

FROM THE FAMILY

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