OBITUARY

Charles C. Rosenbaum

June 21, 1944January 12, 2021

Charles C. Rosenbaum, age 77. Beloved husband of the late Maxine (nee Gibbons). Loving father of Daniel Rosenbaum, Barry Rosenbaum and Abby (Tom Bick) Rosenbaum. Devoted grandfather of Mabel and Julian Bick. Dear brother of Kenneth (Karen) Rosenbaum and Susan (Richard) Limbach. Cherished son of the late Lena Schroeder and Abe Rosenbaum, and stepson of Louis Schroeder. Due to the pandemic, family requests no visitation, but a zoom memorial will be held (details below). Friends who wish may contribute to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland or the Hillel at Ohio University 21 Mill St. Athens, OH.45791 (where Maxine and Chuck met 55 years ago).

Chuck was a lifetime resident of Cleveland and was living in Pepper Pike at his time of death. He was born in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Elyria High School. He then attended Ohio University and earned his BBA and MBA .

Charles worked for several top accounting firms before establishing his own successful practice. He also found success (and some failure!) in day trading and real estate investments. Chuck was active in community life, serving on many boards and giving of his time with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, Bellefaire, OU Hillel, Sterling Lakes and Miramar Lakes HOA, and NAMI, among others.

Chuck enjoyed decades of membership at the Cleveland Racquet Club, and loved being part of the tennis community.

Please join us for a digital memorial service on Sunday, January 17th, at 12:30pm EST: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88201274287?pwd=Y0ZMcG96d3orVStkRWRPWENiQXROdz09

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David Berch

January 13, 2021

I want to tell you a great story about Charles many years ago I did carpet in there home and he found a way to have me take him my taxes for him to do . Then he wanted to know did I play Tennis I said no way . But he was persuasive in playing tennis. Of course I lost . Then it didn’t stop there he asked me to all kind of stuff like move Dan to southern Ohio he tried to pull the moving truck under a canopy at a hotel to are demise the truck was to big to fit and we damaged the truck but he shrugged it off saying couldn’t you stop me before I hit it. After all that he always seemed happy. He will be greatly missed !

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY