Dr. Roszel was a great teacher. I learned a great deal from him in my time at his clinic in Rome.
I had the pleasure of serving with Dr. Roszel aboard the USS Mercer in Vietnam. He was a good man and friend to all. I know he will be missed by you the family and he will be remembered by me as he was part of my navy family. May God grant you comfort and peace.
Dr. Roszel's love of dentistry, of patients and of teaching students was a huge gift to our dental program at Georgia Regent's University College of Dental Medicine. He will be sorely missed by all of us who knew and loved him.
I had the pleasure of serving with Chuck on USS Mercer in Vietnam. He was always ready to go ashore in the villages to provide dental care to children, and did so at much risk as we operated in areas known to be held by Viet Cong. He was also a fun shipmate, and so far as I know, was the only Dental Officer in the Navy to achieve status as "Qualified Officer of the Deck Underway".
My sympathy to his family. God bless!
I had the distinct privilege of spending a 2 week oral surgery rotation in Rome under Dr. Roszel during my senior year of dental school at the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Roszel's expanse of knowledge and real-world advice were a tremendous resources that I will always value. I am deeply saddened to learn of Dr. Roszel's passing and will always remember my rotation in Rome with fond memories. I extend my deepest sympathies to his family.