Murray Eli Rosner

April 15, 1940January 29, 2021

Murray Eli Rosner passed away on January 29, 2021. He was born on April 15, 1940 to Lily (Zankel) Rosner and Willie Gershon Rosner in Brooklyn, New York.

He was married to Linda (Cutler) Rosner on March 22, 1064. Father to Eric (Julia) Rosner and Cynthia (Jeff) Tatum, grandfather to Alyssa and Emma Tatum and

Jordan Rosner.

Murray loved to write and was a published author. His creativity, sense of humor and quick wit were much admired by friends and family. He was a man of many words and stories and had a wealth of knowledge about everything. He loved classical music, art and antiques and was extremely knowledgeable about it all.

He was a stockbroker on Wall Street, a Pawnbroker for over a decade at the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, a power seller on Ebay, a Chaplain's Assistant in the U.S. Army, a taxi driver, and owner and publisher of "Trip Sheet," a magazine for taxi drivers.

He was a finder. Give him a task to find something for you and he always got it. You just had to let him know. Just ask his grandkids about that.

He loved Las Vegas having relocated from New York in 1975. He was very happy living here.

Behind the gruff exterior was a man who loved and was very proud of his family with all his heart. Murray will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him. The world is an emptier place without him.

To plant trees in Israel in his honor please contact Temple Bet Knesset Bamidhar at (702) 304-1768 or contact


9 March

Graveside Service

11:20 am - 12:00 pm

Southern Nevada Veteran's Memorial Cemetery

1900 Veteran's Memorial Drive
Boulder City, NV 89005


Murray Eli Rosner

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Judy Shine Logan

February 1, 2021

I met Murray at the Sun City Writers Workshop several years ago.

I always enjoyed our "bantering" back and forth, as well as his helpful feedback on my writing.

He will be remembered. Rest in Peace, my friend.

Judy Shine Logan

David Newman

January 31, 2021

Amy and I would like to express our deepest condolences. Murray and Linda were wonderful and supportive neighbors upon our arrival at Sun City.
Murray will be missed. RIP.