Joel A. Rose
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Joel A. Rose

Cherry Hill - February 13, 2020. Beloved husband of Dori Rose. Father of Susan (William) Ferguson and Terri (Scott) Angstreich. Poppy of Ellie Angstreich and Jake Angstreich. Relatives and friends are invited Sunday beginning 10:30 am to PLATT MEMORIAL


2001 Berlin Road

Cherry Hill, NJ

where funeral services will begin promptly at 11:00 am. Int. Crescent Memorial Park. Shiva will be observed at the late residence. Donations may be made in memory of Joel A. Rose to Temple Beth Sholom, 1901 Kresson Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003.

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Published in Courier Post from Feb. 13 to Feb. 14, 2020.
10:30 - 11:00 AM
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April 25, 2021
I worked for Mr Rose for a couple of years while he was still working with a firm in Philadelphia. I enjoyed working for him, and can honestly say I've never worked for a finer person. I am saddened to learn of his passing, and offer my sympathy to his family. May his memory be for a blessing forever.
Barbara J. Mann
February 17, 2020
A great law firm management leader, and a kind man. He loved his family and his work. I had the pleasure of working with Joel on many webinars. I will miss his endless encouragement and old-school gentle spirit. One of the good guys! My condolences to his family.
Vickilynn Brunskill
February 17, 2020
I will miss Joel. He was a true gentleman. He had a warm smile and laugh, and a quick sense of humor. Joel was a wealth of information and shared it freely. He was an icon in the legal industry.
Ellen Freedman
February 15, 2020
He was a leader in his field. So looked up to by me and someone I am so glad to have called friend. Peace to you Joel and your family.
February 14, 2020
Joel & I were close friends for more than half a century especially when we served together on the
Student Service Organization at NYU Stern back in the 1950's. He was a special loyal friend and I will miss him very much. His conversations with me would always bring up how proud he was of his family.... his devotion to them would be hard to replicate.
My wife Carol joins me in sending our condolences to his beloved Dori and the daughters Terri & Susan whom he cherished so much. We will see them on Sunday.
February 14, 2020
What a kind, servant leader gentleman Joel always will be remembered to be.
Kimberly Rice
February 14, 2020
Joel Rose was a lifelong mentor to me. I read everything he wrote and he was always available to me to explore new ideas and my share of crazy ideas. The legal profession has lost a true master.
Stephen P. Gallagher
Stephen Gallagher
February 14, 2020
Joel was a dear colleague whom I considered to be my mentor and friend. I learned so much from him and will sorely miss our substantive and always fun conversations. The world is a lesser place without Joel Rose. And the legal community is also a lesser entity without his input, wisdom and experience. I extend my deepest sympathy to Dori, whom he adored beyond measure, and his children and grandchildren, who were always a topic of conversation. As were the photos that lived on his phone, which he proudly showed with a huge smile.

I am one of so many people who already miss Joel.

Barbara Kaplan
Barbara Kaplan
February 14, 2020
. Joel was a giant in the legal profession, and I had the honor of working with him for many years. He was an innovator and thought leader. Joel's legacy will be preserved by the many law firms he assisted (and saved) and by his many articles and presentations. Joel was both a gentleman and a gentle man. I will truly miss him. My condolences to Dori and family.
February 14, 2020
I enjoyed and benefitted from his columns published in the Legal Intelligencer on the business of law. Condolences to his widow and offspring.
Richard Di Stefano
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