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Michele Rosenberg
Date of Funeral:
Sunday, January 12, 2020
Time of Funeral:
12 pm
Funeral Location:
Cemetery:
 
Notes:
Please Kosher food only for the shiva house.
 
Shiva:
6701 Park Heights Avenue
#1C
Baltimore, MD 21215
Shiva Details:
Through 12pm Friday. Shacharis at 9am and Maariv at 4:45pm. Shiva hours are 9am-1pm, 2:30pm-6pm and 7pm-9pm.
 
 
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The Family of Michele Rosenberg
Jan 26, 2020 4:46 PM

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Emily Lipsitz
Jan 8, 2020 09:13 PM

My deepest empathy to all of the family.


Marilyn S. Spector
Jan 8, 2020 09:16 PM

My deepest condolences to the Kayne/Rosenberg Family on the loss of their beloved Michele.
I will surely miss her interesting posts on Facebook--her upbeat attitude never to be forgotten.


Tzippie Mahr
Jan 9, 2020 09:34 AM

I'm so sorry to learn of the loss of Michelle.I know both Michelle and Ted from the current events discussion group at the JCC. both were so bright. May her name be for a blessing


Kevin Kelehan
Jan 9, 2020 10:11 AM

My sincere condolences to the entire Rosenberg family. Michele was a force of nature, whip-smart, and, always, a kind and good soul. So sorry for your loss.


Beth Wiseman
Jan 9, 2020 11:18 AM

What a shock! I was waiting to have lunch with her and Ted. What a terrific lady. Her family can be very proud of her many accomplishments.


Sue Liberman
Jan 9, 2020 11:42 AM

Michele was a member of Habonim and was on our 11th Workshop in Israel in 1961-2...she was a beautiful human being, and never stopped working for social justice issues and cultural experiences. I know she will be sorely missed...


Julie and Marc Wasserman and family
Jan 9, 2020 01:54 PM

Dear Ilene, Suzanne, Ted and children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, family and friends
We sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful, intelligent and dedicated soul. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. I personally will miss her posts on Facebook. Rest-in-peace Michele


Zabeth Gallagher
Jan 9, 2020 03:20 PM

I am so very sorry to hear of Michele's passing. She was a wonderful, talented lady who will be greatly missed!


Lina Dutky
Jan 9, 2020 03:44 PM

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Michele's passing and will always remember her for her friendly, sociable nature. She was great person to talk to and to be around. My deepest condolences to the family.


Janice k babus
Jan 10, 2020 09:25 AM

Erika. I am so sorry about the loss of your grandma. Sending love and prayers to you and your family.


shelly mintz President B'nai Israel Congregation,
Jan 10, 2020 11:57 AM

This is so hard to write. Michelle was not only one of B'nai's most beloved congregants, she was my friend. Michelle was one of the most intelligent, strong, determined ladies I have ever known. She was always seeking to learn - about religion, politics, the entire world around her. As her health declined she continued to seek out opportunities to socialize, meet new people, learn and contribute to the larger community. Even with an oxygen tank and walker she still got to where she wanted to go to do what she wanted to do. Her spirit was unbreakable. She and Ted were the perfect partners and truly loved each other in sickness and in health. Her determination to live each moment no matter the obstacles, her never ending curiosity, her love of her family, her devotion to her friends is an inspiration. May her memory be a blessing to Ted, her children and grandchildren and all who were privileged to know her.


Rozzie Becker Brilliant
Jan 11, 2020 05:33 PM

Michele was my roommate at u of md
She attended my wedding
Along the way we lost contact but I will always have a soft spot in my heart for her
I could listen to her talk for hours
May her memory be for a blessing


Becky and Rabbi Gerry Pepkowitz-Gilstrop
Jan 12, 2020 09:17 AM

Michele was indeed a force of nature. A prolific, lyrical writer, her political, educational and cultural insights were always fascinating and timely. I always loved reading anything she wrote.

Michele possessed a vast storehouse of information, (especially free) activities and resources in and around Baltimore. Michele was never bored...and neither were you, if you were lucky enough to be riding on her coattails. A few of our memorable times with Michele, Ted, Marion and Seth include the wonderful Chanukah latke party she threw in the art and book filled ancestral Rosenberg manse in Dickeyville , a foray to Medieval Times courtesy of Miriam Winder-Kelly, Washington Monument, a " Watch the Lighting of the Washington Monument" party from their new apartment in Mount Vernon. We became downtown neighbors when we both downsized, and played "After You, Alfonse" through our revolving door admissions to Mercy Hospital.

Michelle, I felt your presence with us in shul in Las Vegas this weekend. The Shabbat on speakers were thought provoking and I wished we'd had the benefit of your insights and commentary to complete the experience. You will be missed.


Linda Baer
Jan 12, 2020 07:24 PM

Dear Ted and family, My heart goes out to you all at this sad time. Michele's memory is for a blessing-she was an "Eishet Chayil,"a woman of valor. She was a person who chose to use her gifts for the good. May you all find comfort at this sad time.


Linda Baer
Jan 12, 2020 07:28 PM

Dear Ted and family, My heart goes out to you all at this sad time. Michele's memory is for a blessing-she was an "Eishet Chayil,"a woman of valor. She was a person who chose to use her gifts for the good. May you all find comfort at this sad time.


Regina Aris, BMC
Jan 13, 2020 08:55 AM

Ted - on behalf of the staff at the Baltimore Metropolitan Council and members of the BRTB's Public Advisory Committee, we are saddened by your loss, and the loss of Michele's voice in working to better the community she lived in.


Sheldon Laskin
Jan 13, 2020 09:33 AM

I knew Michelle from NDC 5. I always admired her energy and passion for social justice. To honor her memory, I’m going to finally read some of Octavia Butler’s books.


George Faber
Jan 13, 2020 11:32 AM

I'd like to second everything else that was said! Had the honor of knowing Michele and Ted through Associated and Baltimore Jewish Council forums starting in the late 1990's and they were almost always the most learned and outspoken in the crowd. Our politics were about 360 degrees as different as you can imagine, but over the last 20 or so years , a wink and a nod, and a few different worship settings, Talking local and national politics and campaigns with her as well as old Baltimore as a scion of another multigenerational family known in Civic and religious life, became more appealing than the main event! Despite her limitations over the past years, Michele fought on and was an inspiration to all of us "middle-leit" in the Chabad crowd and elsewhere. We are heartbroken that she passed so soon after the festive holidays but our memories of her will not soon diminish. I send my very best to Ted, Seth and the extended families


Steve Hecht, Grapeview, WA
Jan 13, 2020 08:04 PM

My deepest sympathy, Ted, to you and your family.


Art Cohen - Baltimore
Jan 17, 2020 09:44 AM

I met Michele many years ago, during one of the many community battles we were both engaged in fighting - probably the first one was the struggle to prevent the East-West Expressway from being built way back in the late 1960's and early 1970's. Since then, there have been serious issues about public transportation and other matters that we were both exercised about. In any case, it was always a pleasure to see Michele's smiling face and hear one of her ever-present opinions and suggestions about what was happening here in our city and metropolitan area. One of the most endearing qualities that Michele had was that she really cared about people, social issues, and equity for all. A unique person was Michele - we shall miss her strong presence among us.


 
 

Michele Rosenberg

Michele Rosenberg (nee Kayne), passed away on January 8, 2020, at the age of 76. Michele was a former Vice Chairman of the Maryland Democratic Party. She is survived by her beloved husband, Theodore "Ted" Rosenberg, her children, Elizabeth Rosenberg, Jacob (Samantha) Rosenberg, Seth (Aliza) Rosenberg and Marian Rosenberg, sisters, Ilene and Suzanne Kayne, grandchildren, James Rosenberg, Elesia Bowers, Erika Bowers, and Max Rosenberg, and great-grandchild, Tyler Wessels. Michele was predeceased by her parents, Alfred and Pearl Kayne.

Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane on Sunday, January 12, at 12 pm. Interment Oheb Shalom Memorial Park - Berrymans Lane.

Please omit flowers.

In mourning at 6701 Park Heights Avenue #1C, Baltimore, MD 21215, through 12pm Friday. Shacharis at 9am and Maariv at 4:45pm. Shiva hours are 9am-1pm, 2:30pm-6pm and 7pm-9pm. Please only Kosher food for shiva.

 
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