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September 07, 2013
So sorry to read of his passing in the JHU Alumni Magazine. I was a nursing student and he a med student in the early 60's at Hopkins--he was a lovely person who I'm sure will be greatly missed not only by his family but all who came in contact with him.
August 28, 2013
My deepest condolences to the Rosenbloom family. I was very fortunate to be a patient of Dr. Rosenbloom for a few years until his retirement. He was a wonderful doctor, very kind, and compassionate.

Rochelle Botwinik
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December 27, 2012
To the Rosenbloom Family:

I knew this wonderful doctor since I came from New York City in 1977. He was the best doctor I ever knew and always took care of me with so much patience and caring. I could walk into his office and he knew right away what I had. I will miss him deeply, my condolences to the Rosenbloom and Glottmann family.
Cruz Nelson
November 19, 2012
Fred was my physician for several decades before his retirement. His "bedside manner" was always calm and reassuring, like an expert guide in the wilderness. I always liked going in for checkups because he was such a gentlemen; so enjoyable to talk to; so clear in his vision of the world. He was one of my favorite people. I will miss him greatly, as a friend, as a philosopher, and as my doctor.
November 18, 2012
Please accept our sincerest condolences. All who knew Fred will miss him greatly.
Abraham and Shelly Rotbart
November 15, 2012
To freddies wonderful family, I knew Freddie for so many years sharing patients as one of the hospital podiatrists while he was an attending. Freddie was humble about his accolades and had an astute knowledge of medicine and diagnostic acumen and it was always rewarding to see his patients. Moreover as his podiatrist, we exchanged many wonderful stories of our children and grandchilden but most of all how Fred cherished his entire family.I will miss his humor and our academic conversations sharing his world of experience and accomplishments at Yale and NIH. We had an additional bond when I shared my daughter Amanda's experience at NIH and Beth Israel. My warmest thoughts are with you at this time...Jerry Carmel
November 14, 2012
To Freddie's entire family.....thinking of you all at this time and wishing my sincere condolences. He fought the good fight and a great guy is gone. May his memory be a continued source of blessing.
Much love.
Ann Marchette
November 14, 2012
I have always remembered Dr. Rosenbloom as a caring man and he was so interested in so many things that surrounded his life. I thank him for taking such good care of me as his patient for many years. I send my sincerest condolences to his family who he loved dearly.
November 13, 2012
So sorry for your loss. Ami I remember visiting you and your parents years ago and I can picture him sitting there looking at the view you mentioned. I hope you find solace in happy memories of this special man.
November 13, 2012
Mickey, our deepest sympathy to you and your family. On a personal note, I valued Freddy's friendship and the counsel he provided to me when I took over as chair of the Johns Hopkins South Florida alumni chapter. Freddy was a bright star and a real gentleman, and the world was a better place because of all he accomplished.

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