Ronald Karl Roseman

July 29, 1949December 11, 2012

ROSEMAN RONALD KARL ROSEMAN, age 63, died December 11, 2012.  Devoted father of Brian (Kathleen) Roseman, Michael (Beth) Roseman, Sara Stein of Los Angeles and Shaina (James) Mancini; loving grandfather of Sydney, Max, Isabelle, Rebecca and Michael; dear brother of Fran (Herb) Jacobs, Marcia (Howard) Golden of CA and Laurel Torrelli; cherished companion of Doris Yee.   Services will be held at BERKOWITZ-KUMIN-BOOKATZ MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 1985 S. TAYLOR RD., CLEVELAND HTS., Thursday, December 13 at 11 AM.  Interment Hillcrest Memorial Park.  The family will receive friends at the residence of Michael and Beth Roseman, 34701 Southside Park Dr., Solon THURSDAY FOLLOWING INTERMENT UNTIL 8 PM AND FRIDAY FROM 2 TO 5 PM.  Contributions are suggested to the Susan G. Komen For The Cure (


  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 13, 2012
  • Committal Service Thursday, December 13, 2012

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Char Clemson

December 17, 2012

So sorry to hear about Ron's passing. He was a great guy, always willing to help.
I know he'll be missed.

Sylvia McDavid

December 12, 2012

My prayers for you in this time of bereavement. May your memories give you strength.

Sophie Sureau

December 12, 2012

Ron was a dear friend to all of us here at Komen Northeast Ohio. When Ron and I bumped into each other in 2007 while Komen was seeking for furniture for its new office, he shared with me his breast cancer journey and how he felt left aside as a man facing the disease. We made a pact that together we would raise awareness of men affected with breast cancer. Ron was actively involved with Susan G. Komen. Through his company, the Office Furniture Warehouse, he donated his time to advise Komen Northeast Ohio in our office layout and donated furniture many times as we expanded our operations over the years.

In 2009, Ron was named a “Komen Pink Tie Guy” and joined our very first class of men proudly wearing a pink tie to spread the word about breast cancer and support the cause.

Ron also involved his son Brian who lended his graphic design talent to our organization.

It is with deepest gratitude for Ron's frienship and daily inspiration to my life that I am sending my husband and I most sincere sympathy to everyone who had the pleasure to cross path with Ron.

December 12, 2012

Our heartfelt condolences. We are deeply saddened by the loss of Uncle Ron.

Ken Bauman

December 12, 2012

I worked with Ron at Topps for over 25 years. We became the best of friends, and shared many good times,from New Orleans to New York, and down to Florida. I will miss him like a Brother. Football was our passion. Sundays in the fall will leave a vacuum, especially Bengals/Browns

December 12, 2012

We are so sadden to hear the passing away of Ron. We shared many good times together, and he was alot of fun to be with, and always made me laugh, and even though, we hadn't been in contact, in many years, he will be missed, and he'll always be in my thoughts. Respectfully, Anita Diamond.