Yolanda-Rosenschein-Obituary

Yolanda Rosenschein

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Apr 9, 1921 – Feb 3, 2019

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Yolanda Rosenschein, 97, passed away on Sunday evening, February 3, 2019, at Harrisburg Hospital. She was born Yenti Gitl Bleier on April 9, 1921, in the town of Mukachevo (Munkacs) in eastern Czechoslovakia. She was the second youngest of nine children. During World War II, the Nazis deported...

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Baruch dayan ha'emet, Blessed is the true judge. To the family - I met your beautiful Mother several times, usually with her good friend, my Aunt Frances Goldberg of blessed memory. May wonderful memories of her life sustain you in your grief. Rhoda Waisel

Jenti was an outstanding person with whom I enjoyed a warm and sincere relationship albeit from a distance.
She was quite the lady who shared my late mother's name Yenti Gittel. Her communications by phone or by E mail were always decorated by charm and wit. For me she was the last of a generation that I craved to know so much more about. We got to know her son Bob and Diane in Israel when we moved to the neighborhood and cooperated while trying to fill in gaps for a family...

I met this wonderful lady when I became her neighbor a few years ago. She was very kind to me the day that I met her and every day after. I will miss her waving to me when she saw me coming home from work when she saw me and our chats in the spring about the winter. Rest in peace Miss Yolanda. You were truly a wonderful spirit!

Sorry for your loss. May God continue to be with you.

Our condolences to the family at this time .May she rest in peace and may her memories linger on for years to come through her children and grandchildren.A very special lady.May you all find comfort in those who share your grief.

Dear Professor Rosenschein,

Please accept (on behalf of your sibling as well) my sincere condolences on the passing of your mother, A"H. From the obituary, she lived a full life having risen from the horrors of the Shoa to rebuild a family and to contribute to her community and its bond with the Land of Israel.

HaMakom YeNachem Etchem B'Toch Sh'ar Avlei Yerushalayim.

With Sadaness,
Ephraim Silverberg