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Lawrence M. Rosenhaus

Lawrence M. Rosenhaus, 77 of Brielle passed away on Wednesday February 1, 2017.

Lawrence was raised in Morristown and was a graduate of Morristown High School. He was a resident of Spring Lake for many years before retiring to Brielle in 2000 and wintering in Coconut Grove Florida. Lawrence was a graduate of the University of Miami, he was a Vice President of Personnel at J.B. Williams in New York for many years, and then he was the owner of the Bottle Shop in Spring Lake. He was an avid dog lover of his dachshunds; he was a member of the Spring Lake Chamber of Commerce where he helped build a playground. He was also an avid Yankee Fan and boater.

Lawrence was predeceased by his parents Matthew and Sarah Rosenhaus, his beloved wife Patricia, and his sister Annetta Chester.

He is survived by his three sons, Michael Rosenhaus of Morristown, James and his wife Carole Rosenhaus of Bay Village Ohio and Samuel Rosenhaus of Spring Lake Heights, his grandchildren Morganne Rosenhaus and her husband Christopher Gresham and Colette Rosenhaus all of Washington D.C., Nathan and Cole Rosenhaus of Bay Village Ohio, his sister Harriet Grose and his brother Albert Rosenhaus both of Morristown.

Family and friends are invited to attend a visitation of Monday February 6, 2017 from 3 pm to 7 pm at the Orender Family Home for Funerals, 2643 Old Bridge Road, Manasquan, NJ 08736. Interment will be on Tuesday February 7, 2017 at 10 am at Atlantic View Cemetery, Manasquan. Flowers are appreciated, but in lieu of flowers to make a donation to Coast to Coast Dachshund Rescue P.O. Box 147 Jacobus, PA 17407. To send condolences to the family or obtain directions to the funeral home please visit
Published in Daily Record & Asbury Park Press on Feb. 4, 2017
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