ROSE, Howard A., 80, passed away May 22, 2013 in Aventura, Florida after complications relating to Parkinson's disease. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Howard moved with parents, Raye and Ralph Rose, and his sister Lois Rose, to Miami in 1948 where he graduated Miami Beach High School in 1950. After serving in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, Howard attended the University of Florida for both undergraduate and law school before returning to Miami where he practiced law for 50 years, specializing in probate, real estate, arbitration, and mediation. In 1969, he married Glenda Srago of Oklahoma City. Together they raised their family in North Miami Beach where they enjoyed traveling, sports, and theater. Later in life, he met his companion of 16 years, Karen L. Breslow, with whom he shared a love of movies, theater, concerts, and just being together. He had an inquisitive mind, a deep interest in politics, an appreciation for good books, and a love for his family and friends. He is survived and will be deeply missed by Karen; his son Joel Rose and daughter-in-law Doris Cooper of New York, NY, his son Danny Rose and son-in-law Aaron Rosenberg of Los Angeles, CA; his sister Lois Rose; his grandchildren, Zachary and Alexandra Rose; and his cousin Sandy Zieve. Donations may be made to the Habitat for Humanity www.habitat.org or to New Classrooms Innovation Partners www.newclassrooms.org. Services will be Friday, May 24tth at 3:00pm at Riverside Gordon Memorial Chapels, 20955 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura, Florida.
Published in Miami Herald on May 23, 2013