Alfred H. Rozanski Jr.
1943 - 2021
Alfred H. Rozanski, Jr., 77, of Port Charlotte, FL passed on March 14, following a brief illness, his cherished wife and life partner, Raphaela, by his side. He was the son of the late Alfred H. Rozanski, Sr. and Ruth (Bishara) Rozanski. Al was a graduate of Dedham public school where he met his wife. The couple settled and spent many years in Medway, MA. Upon retirement, Al & Raphaela moved to Florida. In addition to his beloved, Al is survived by his two daughters, Nicole Rozanski and her husband Geir Hammer of Houston, TX, and Alecia Edmonds and her husband Jay of Franklin, MA. Al is also survived by four grandsons: Andrew (Drew) Salway of Franklin, Christian (CB) Hammer-Rozanski of Houston, Sam and Fox Edmonds of Franklin. A sci-fi fan, artist, photographer, self-proclaimed computer "geek" and talented wood & iron worker, Al loved nothing more than watching the sun set into the ocean while feeling the late afternoon sun on his face. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations be made to Sea Legacy (www.sealegacy. org/donate), a charity which aims to conserve the worlds oceans and believes that producing powerful media and art that gives people hope is imperative. Al would have been very happy to see people inspired to preserve his beloved beaches through photography and film. To honor Al, the family will host a Celebrations of Life in the coming months to share happy memories with those who loved him.
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Published by The Country Gazette - Medway from Apr. 6 to Apr. 9, 2021.
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What a guy! We will miss the special time we spent with Al and our many talks over coffee. Kind, fun and generous with his many talents. Also the love he showed to his wife was a beautiful thing to see.
Bruce and Theresa Rushforth
June 5, 2021
Al was a wonderful man, a joy to be around, always smiling, full of life, and ready for fun. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.
Regina veach
April 7, 2021
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