OBITUARY

Rose Horowitz

September 27, 1927September 25, 2012

Rose Horowitz was born on September 27, 1927 and passed away on September 25, 2012 in Goodyear, AZ.

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, September 28, 2012
  • Graveside Service Friday, September 28, 2012
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Rose Horowitz

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Elaine Whittemore

November 5, 2012

With Sympathy

May the fondest of memories
carry you through.

With sympathy;

Elaine Whittemore, Patti Wilcox-Berg, and Saundra Escarcega - DES/DDD OCLR

Darrel Bjornson

October 31, 2012

Sue and family,
First, you have my deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mother. I just found out about her passing today at the Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church Outreach Program. I have been a volunteer there for about 10 years. I so much enjoyed talking with your Mother at the church the first few years I was there. She was always willing to share her stories and I appreciated that. She was always upbeat, had a twinkle in her eye, and had a neat sense of humor. She will be missed by many....

Sara & Reuven Berger

October 30, 2012

Your passing was very sudden.I never thought I'd be writing in the past tense. It's hard to think that you are no longer here with us. I feel deep sorrow and sadness.
As a sister of my dear mother Henia, I was lucky to meet you. I've always had tremendous respect and appreciation for the survivors of the Holocaust. It must have been challenging to start a new life after the Holocaust. You lived a long and happy life as a survivor, and until now, I always ask myself "how and where did you get the power and the strength? It still is a big mystery to me.”
We met four times and each visit brought us closer and closer. It is heart -warming to see the love and respect you had for your family. I know it was not easy to raise a family without your parents being there to support you. Nevertheless, after witnessing your parents and three brothers being murdered during World War II, you still persevered.
One of the exciting moments was when all three sisters found each other after the war. During your life, you lost your youngest and precious son Simon and your husband Leo. And you still had the power to survive and to go on.
I have lot of respect to you. You are a big loss to the family.
We will never forget you my dearest "Tantale". It is already time for you to rest in peace.
With our big love
Sara and family
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Sara & Reuven
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Pat Henderson

October 22, 2012

A Message of Sympathy

Sue and Ron


To let you know
that thoughts
of deepest sympathy
are with you.

We will always remember Rosie.
She was such a great and loving
person. Also, an inspiration for us all.

God Bless
Love
Pat and Bill (Robbie's grandparents)

Annette Renschowicz

October 22, 2012

Thinking of You
With
Deepest Sympathy

Dear Suzi,

Only time can help ease the sadness
of losing a loved one. the days will
not be easy easy, but please
remember you don't have to go through
them alone.

Love Annette and Raphael

Dorothy Silvernagel

October 19, 2012

Dear Sue, Ron and family:

Remember the smiles...
Cherish the moments...
Find comfort in memories...

Thinking of you
and hoping that time
will bring you comfort.

I have such lovely memories
of mom rose when Phil and i
stayed at her house. We had
such nice conversations
together when we last visited
her and all of you in 2009.

Please let me know about
the Senior Center Activity
in Rose's memory.

Love and hugs,
Dorothy and Toto

Susan Hiochstadt

October 19, 2012

Dear Susan and family:

In Your Time of Loss

Expressing
heartfelt sympathy
to you
and your family.

It's so hard to believe
that an entire generation is gone.
Your mom was a wonderful person, always
giving, sharing and caring.
I will truly miss her but cherish the memories I have of both your parents.
Love Susan

Sheila Halpern

October 19, 2012

To Susie and Ron:

Hold tight
to your memories
for comfort,
lean on your friends
for strength;
and remember
how much
you are loved.

These words are filled with thoughts
and understanding, and more than
anything else, with hope that each
day ahead will bring a measure of
comfort.

I am sorry to learn of the passing of your mother. She was a remarkable, caring person. Everyone who knew her will miss her.

Sheila and family - Blanche and George's friend

Hannah Feldman

October 19, 2012

Dear Susan,

I met your mother, Rose Horowitz at the Avondale Senior Center in the summer of 2009. She and I were the only two Jewish people who attended the center. We bonded well as we discussed family, friends, and holidays. She praised her daughter, Susan highly. Susan took her mother into her home four years ago and gave her great care.
Susan drove her to doctor appointments, grocery store, and various Jewish events. Susan was so good to her was a common theme in our talks. We were thankful that Rose didn't suffer at the end of her long life. Instead, we are filled with positive, joyful memories that we can hold onto forever. Rose will be missed.

Fondly,
Hannah Feldman

Lisa Salinas

October 15, 2012

Dear Sue and family:

Thinking of You

May the sympathy
of those who care for you
and the precious memory
of your loved one
help to comfort you
at this time.

Though we only had the pleasure of
knowing Rose a very short time---
we will miss her. She was a beautiful woman with a beautiful spirit. We won't
forget her!
our thoughts and prayers are with
your family.

Sincerely,
Lisa Salinas (Abbott Hearing Center)