You taught me much about basketball and the game of life early on as a kid and a young man. I will forever remember you yelling so 'passionately' for our teams (and me) from the stands louder than almost anyone. You will be remembered by so many of us. My deepest condolences to Grant and the family.
“My condolences to Rosie's family. What a great guy ... doctor, golfer, card player and "bandit". Will miss seeing his smiling face. Rest in peace
“Miss you Dr Rosenblum!God bless your family!
“Howie - I never met you, but I sure did talk to you on the phone a lot. I was Grant's assistant at the CAISO a few years ago. You were always very kind and funny when we spoke.
My deepest condolences go out to Grant, Georg, Sydney, Brooke and the rest of of Howie's family.
“Can you imagine how many lives you have kept lit over the years!Your lovely spirited soul will remain the same as that great smiling face!Miss you Howard"..
“Dr R was my name for this terrific soul..My doctor for 18 yrs!And yes,I was often reminded that he was the doctor..I will be forever grateful Howard"..Just seeing him somehow made you feel better!Prayer's to the Rosenblum family"..God Bless you!
“My thoughts and prayers to the Rosenblum family. Thank you Howie for always taking care of me when you were my doctor for many years. Missed you when you retired. You were a great doctor.
“Our deepest condolences to the family of Dr Rosenblum. He took care of most of my family including my parents.
“We will always remember his humor, zest for life, his laugh. his love for his family, and as Donna always reminds me, what a great dancer he was. We miss him and our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Howard Rosenblum, M.D. March 13, 1934- Nov. 4, 2012 Resident of Danville Howard's family was at home with him the day of his passing, after an extended battle with cancer. This is some comfort, but he will be so missed by family and friends. Howard was born and raised in Chicago, IL. Continuing...Read More