Kenneth I. Rosenblum
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April 27, 1941 - January 5, 2015 Kenneth I. Rosenblum, husband, brother, father, grandfather and uncle died after 20 years battling cancer. His distinguished career in the financial industry began at the SEC in 1967. He worked at the Midwest Stock Exchange and was named president. In 1985 he moved to to Los Angeles to work at DFA. Never fully retiring, he became a consultant, arbitrator and member of various Boards of Directors. Ken is survived by loving wife Barbara, brother Warren, children Joelle (Bruce) and Gregg (Wendy) and grandchildren Madeleine, Margeaux, Bear and Cadence, dog Buddy and family and friends. Memorial services to be held at 11 AM Friday, January 9, 2015, at Hillside Memorial Park, 6001 W. Centinela Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.

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Published in Los Angeles Times from Jan. 6 to Jan. 7, 2015.
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January 12, 2015
Ken was an independent director of our mutual fund from 2006. He was always a joy to have on the board because of his experience, his thoughtfulness, his integrity and his sense of humor. The fund and everyone associated with it are better today from Ken's contribution. He will be sorely missed. Even if the fund boards in Heaven are perfect, Ken will make them better if they invite him to join. Ken, we'll keep plugging away down here.

Jim, Eva and Linda
Energy Income Partners, LLC
Jim Murchie
January 9, 2015
Barbara:

Both of you have enriched our lives over the past few years. Ken will be greatly missed for so many reasons but we hope to see him again when our time comes. We love you both.

Jim and Lynn Avery
January 8, 2015
Dear Barbara and family,
Arthur and I can't express in words the sorrow you must be feeling.
We are glad you are surrounded by friends and family in this sad time.
Julie & Art Cohen
January 7, 2015
I always enjoyed the times we spent together - I just wish there were more of them. My prayers are with Barbara, Joelle, Gregg and the entire family. May the rest of the year only be filled with good things. Norma
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