Stephan Ross


February 24, 2020


Stephan Ross survived 10 Nazi concentration camps as a boy and was the founder of the New England Holocaust Memorial. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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I wish I could have known such a true human being. I'm sure he is with God.

My condolences to the family. May God provide comfort to your family, today, tomorrow, and always.

Everytime I learn of individuals like Mr. Rozental, just two spiritual truths occupy my mind: our utter depravity, in light of Yahweh's holiness, righteousness and justice. This life is but a vapor and mist, and all who actually believe hatred is a good thing have their reward awaiting them in eternity. Meanwhile, the same grace God has bestowed upon Abraham's seed is offered to those who will call upon His name that they might have life .........Romans 10:9-13.

A well lived life, condolences to all,
My father was a Boston Police Officer who had the greatest respect for Mr. Ross. I had the opportunity to meet him through my father, to get some guidance for College when I was 17 years of age, 47 years ago..
I saw the number scratched into his arm and he told me some of the experience he had, and the loss.
A wonderful man who did so much in his life.
God Blessed.. and well remembered.

My condolences to his friends and family may he rest in peace and the Holocaust was real I stand up for the true history Burlington photography artworks Global digital Museum

My deepest sympathy to Michael and Julie and family. Greg and I have such warm memories of Steve when we were neighbors in Newton back in the early 80s. I am so glad I was able to see all of you at his book signing at the Athenaeum a couple years ago. His life is such a testimony to the resilience of the human spirit. May it inform and inspire the generations to come.

My deepest condolences goes out to the family. May you have complete trust in God in the near future that under God's kingdom on earth aging and death will no longer happen. As imperfection and bad condition will be a thing of the past. Isaiah 65:17-25

May his memory be for a blessing.

Please accept my sincere condolences.