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1921 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
NORMAN S. ROSENFIELD Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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February 12, 2018
I had the privilege of knowing Norm as I called him. Norman Rosenfield was such a amazing person. I worked for him in his personal home in Florida for many years. I enjoyed all the stories he would share with me about his wife Leslie, his boys and their families. One thing I can honestly say He Loved You all dearly. Norman's conversations were always insightful and his little saying very funny. They still ring out in my head on occasion. I am honored to have met and worked for Norman. My deepest condolences to all of his family... Denise Atwood
September 29, 2017
Norman Rosenfield and his wife Leslie were great friends of my parents, Shep and Elaine Simons, during their Swampscott years. Norman was a strong and compassionate man. He built a notable business, raised a wonderful family, and led Jewish philanthopic endeavors on the North Shore, including support for Israel. Norman was also an enthusiastic golfer and bridge player. A World War II veteran, he was part of the Greatest Generation that exemplified the American Dream. My parents loved Norman, and I submit this tribute on their behalf
Bill Simons,
Oneonta, NY