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Rose E. Bronstein

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Rose E. Bronstein Rose Esther Bronstein, passed away on Thursday, February 24, 2011. Born in 1923, Rose was known and beloved throughout the Boston area, and throughout the wider Jewish educational community, as a role model and teacher par excellence. Her 51 years in the field of Jewish education ranged from teaching the alef-bet at the Beth El Hebrew School in Dorchester to teaching Hebrew literature in the Prozdor of the Hebrew College to serving as a master teacher in the Hebrew College. After her retirement in 1996, she continued to share her love of the Hebrew language by leading Hebrew Colleges Chug Ivri. During her long career, she garnered numerous accolades and awards, including the Keter Torah Award presented by Bostons Bureau of Jewish Education and the Benjamin Shevach Award presented by Hebrew College. As the Sheinkopf family historian, she passed on the family legacy to many generations. Her passing is mourned by generations of students, most of whom she could recall by name, and by her nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews, great-grandnieces, cousins, and friends. She was predeceased by her beloved sister, Isabelle, and her three brothers, Milton, Gilbert, and Samuel. Services, under the direction of Levine Chapels, Brookline will be held at Cong. Kehillath Israel, where she was an active member, on Friday, February 25 at 12:00 noon, with internment to follow at the Baker Street Cemetery in West Roxbury. There will be no shiva. Family and friends are welcome to return to Cong. Kehillath Israel immediately following the burial for a Seudat Havraah (meal of consolation). Family will also be at KI after Shacharit on Sunday morning. Donations in her memory may be made to Hebrew College. Arrangements by Levine Chapels, Brookline. |

Published in The Brookline Tab from Feb. 26 to Mar. 5, 2011
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