Rose Fishbein
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FISHBEIN, Rose of Broward County formerly of Nassau County, New York passed away on June 1, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Alfred Fishbein of 57 years, loving mother of Ivy (Alan) Rosenthal & Arthur (Marian) Fishbein, cherished grandmother of Matthew & Daniel. Private Services were held. Arrangements by Levitt-Weinstein Blasberg-Rubin-Zilbert (305) 932-2700

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Published in Sun-Sentinel on Jun. 3, 2020.
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June 15, 2020
Dear Rose, Though we weren't blood, I truly believe we had respect for each other. Your fighting attitude since I've known you has been inspiring. I pray you have peace from now till the end of time. Love, Alan
Alan Rosenthal
June 9, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time!!

Steven Saposnik (husband of the late Ellen Rothenberg Saposnik)
Steven Saposnik
June 8, 2020
She was a great and kind hearted mother and daughter. She will be missed dearly.
Valerie Avick
June 7, 2020
Rose is the Mom of my dear friend Ivy. Ivy and I met at a law firm we both worked at many years ago. We became fast friends and although neither of us are still working there, we have remained close friends. Ivy always talked about her family and especially her Mom. When I finally got to meet Rose, I felt I had known her forever. She was so warm and loving and I know our Long Island. NY roots made our connection so strong. I am blessed to have met her. Ivy, you are such a wonderful daughter. My friend, just know your Mom lives in your heart and will always be with you.
I love you and am here for you.
Connie Schiraldi
June 7, 2020
Rose was my mothers first cousin. She was very involved with the family, and attended every event. Here is a picture of her and Al from our wedding in 1984. We adored her and she will be greatly missed.
Jay & Marcia Simon
June 7, 2020
June 7, 2020
I was very sad to hear that my Aunt Rose had passed away. I remember going to New York every summer and working at their store. She was a great aunt. I will miss her very much. Now she is at peace and with my Uncle Al. May you rest in peace. I love you.
Alan Frankel
June 6, 2020
Rose was my mothers first cousin. My mother is Martha Smiles Singer. Her father and Roses father were brothers, Louis and Irving Smiles. As kids, with my brother and sister, Mark and Ellen, we spent a lot of time with Irving and his wife Anna in Florida, when we visited our grandfather. Many times Rose and Al were down visiting also. One of my first memories of Rose is concerning her indomitable spirit. Her mother, Anna, would try and mother her, and Roses reply would always be oh Ma, stop it! And she waved her hand as if to dismiss her own mother. We had many meals with Rose and Al, and Rose was often the life of the party. She knew a lot of family history, and since I was interested in the family history, she shared a lot of photos with me and stories about the Smiles family, on Long Island. She explained to me all the family relationships and interconnections. Rose was quite the historian. I have always admired Roses strength, tenacity and sharpness of mind. You were an angel on this earth, Rose, a very strong angel. Here is a picture of the Singer family with you on the wonderful occasion of your 90th birthday. Love, Cousin Beth
Beth Singer
June 6, 2020
Cousin Rose will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing this great woman. She was part of many fond memories within our family. She will join Al, first cousin Martha, and many other family members in a better place. I will sincerely miss her.
Mark Singer
June 5, 2020
Mom, I had you for nearly 72 years. You were always there when I needed support or counsel or a shoulder to cry on. I am who and what I am thanks to you and Pop. After 17 years, it is comforting to know you are reunited with him. I will always miss you both.
June 4, 2020
Youre finally at peace Aunt Rose! You led a beautiful life and I will miss you sorely. You were an inspiration to me and so many others. Your generation was a link to my mom and dad. Rest In Peace , Aunt Rose.
Rise Jacobson
June 3, 2020
Mom, you will always be in my heart. I am who I am because of you, and I hope a reflect the image you hoped for. You and Dad are once again together. Rest in peace, Mom.
Ivy Rosenthal
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