ROSALIND-WALTER-Obituary

ROSALIND WALTER

Jun 25, 1924 – Mar 4, 2020 (Age 95)

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BORN
June 25, 1924
DIED
March 4, 2020
AGE
95

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WALTER--Rosalind P. The Board of Trustees, staff, and volunteers of WNET are deeply saddened by the passing of our beloved trustee Rosalind P. Walter, who was for more than 30 years a remarkable ambassador and advocate and the most generous individual supporter of WNET in its history. Roz gave...

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RIP Rosie the Riviter. You are an inspiration to decades of women to go after what they want.

God is a God of all Comfort and he will Comfort the family's..My heartfelt condolences to the family's...

Miss Walter live at a special time and comes from what I think was a special generation of people. To the family I am sorry for your loss and may God continue to be with the family.

My condolences to the Rosalind Walter family. My you be comforted by fond memories and God.

Hats off to another Rosie the Riveter! Here's the 1st paragraph of Alice Hughes' syndicated column about then-Rosalind Palmer, July 1943: Probably the most popular pet name around the country for a woman factory worker is "Rosie the Riveter. It is a national gagbut not in our town. We really have a Rosie the Riveter, who is Rosalind Palmer, 19, a dark-tressed society doll, who has just finished a year of hard work as a night shift welder at the Sikorsky aircraft plant at Bridgeport....

Thank You, Rosalind. You know you inspired MANY. Hopefully You're Resting In Peace. Many still remember your inspiration toward our country. Michael

My deepest sympathy for the death of Rosalind Walter. I had no idea that she was so instrumental in her efforts to bring about peace. May her loved ones hold near to their hearts God's promise of a world filled with the exquisite delight of the abundance of peace.

May the God of all comfort strengthen her loved ones to endure now, and in the days to come.

Ms Walter thank you for your contribution to helping us win WWII and for showing so many other women what they can do. My sincere condolences to your family and friends. "We Can Do It!" And Rosie you helped show women then and are helping inspire us now. Thank you!