Rosalyn "Roz" (Rosenkrantz) Silverman

Rosalyn “Roz” (Rosenkrantz) Silverman, formerly of Salem and West Roxbury on Thursday January 3, 2019. Beloved wife of the late Milton “Mal” Silverman. Loving mother of Alan (Martha) Silverman, Carole Freeman, Michael (Harriet) Silverman, Diane (Michael) Silverman Black, David (Tamar) Silverman, Barry (Kimberly) Silverman, Robert (Annie) Silverman and the late Ronald “Ron” Silverman. Cherished grandmother of Jeffrey, Steven, Andrew, Joshua, Wayne, Lindsay, Lauren, Roni, Gabi, Micah, Josef, Daniel, Sophie, Eli, Sam and the late Kenneth and great grandmother of four. Sister of Jordan Rosenkrantz and the late Charlotte Langer and Marvin Rosenkrantz. Roz was a dear friend to many.

Services at the Levine Chapels, 470 Harvard St., Brookline on Tuesday, January 8 at 11:30am. Burial in the David Vichor Cholim Cemetery, 776 Baker St., West Roxbury.

Memorial observance Tuesday only beginning at 4pm through 8pm at the home of Alan & Martha Silverman.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to a charity of your choice.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Rosalyn "Roz" (Rosenkrantz) Silverman

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ruth moritz

January 7, 2019

Diane and Family

Sorry to hear of your loss. Your Mother was such a gracious and warm person and I'm sure she will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

Rebekah Boral

January 7, 2019

Most of my childhood memories involved the Silvermans spending many times a week at the house. Aunty Rozy was a second grandma to me as a kid always offering food, advice and when I was in dental school a great patient. I’m grateful for those memories and she will be missed by many, Now I’m sure she’s making strudel with her sister and brother and resting easy knowing her children are all leading wonderful lives.

Beverly Heusser

January 4, 2019

41 years ago Roz took me into her home for my first of many perfect brisket dinners - then, as my Mother in-law( to her son Ronnie), several years later; always made me feel ~At home with her right to the end.
She is missed and will always be loved.
~Bev Heusser