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July-11-14
What a guy--what a passionate and funny man--who inspired us to become public library zealots.
July-11-14
I can still see his infectious smiles. He was always kind and supportive. His courses were always fantastic - the fact that I can recall them some 30 years after the fact is testament to his mastery.
Barbi Hollenberg Lazarow, class of 1983
July-10-14
Our best cousin and best friend. We will deeply miss a wonderful person.
July-10-14
Sam was a great teacher, thoughtful colleague, and wonderful mentor to me. He created a brilliant faculty at the School of Librarianship in the 1960s, who taught a generation of excellent librarians. He continued his warm relationship with SLAIS throughout his life. We shall miss him terribly. My condolences to his daughters and their families, of whom he was so proud.
July-10-14
Sam Rothstein was without a doubt my favourite professor at library school. He was a gifted teacher, thoughtful man and just a very kind person.
He was the main reason why I pursued a career as a reference librarian and only departed from that due to changing circumstances.
I feel so fortunate to have had him as a teacher and mentor.
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