Stephan was certainly kept alive from the atrocities he experienced while surviving 10 Nazi Concentration Camps, to spread the word and tell his story, to keep his memory alive. Not to celebrate it, but to ensure nothing so heinous ever happens again. In his memory, I want to watch his Holocaust experience, again. My kids got to watch it in school when learning of the Holocaust. As he told the Boston Globe in 1995 when talking about the importance of the New England Holocaust Memorial: that it offered a message for the future for our children, and their children, and their children. Not to take away from honoring Stephan and paying respect to his family as they bereave; but I want to impress into fellow condolers and interested parties that there are other Holocaust Memorials across this great Nation and in Europe. I had the privilege to visit the memorial in St Louis and its awe inspiring in reverence. Visit them and keep them thriving.
I pray for Szmulek Rozental aka Stephan Rosss family, friends, colleagues, and followers for strength and providence as they bereave, lament, and celebrate his life. I can picture a long reception line in heaven for those who were not so lucky during the Holocaust and have watched him constantly pay homage to them during every moment he represented them and the survivors in his actions founding and operating the New England Holocaust Memorial and every time he shared his experiences to audiences great or small. God bless you, Sir. May you rest in peace. AMEN.