BDE: Mrs. Perl Rosman, a”h
BY: YS Gold
We regret to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Rosman, a longtime Boro Park resident, and a matriarch of a beautiful Torah family. She was 94 years of age, and rebuilt valiantly from the Holocaust.
She was born to her parents, Reb Ephraim Fischel and Reizel Fischer in the town of Oiber Visishve, in Marmorosh, in the year 1929.
Following an idyllic childhood, the war came for them when she was barely a teenager. While she suffered the worst in Auschwitz, most of her family was killed by the Nazis, ym”sh. She was liberated as a girl of sixteen years old by the American army, and made her way to Eretz Yisroel.
There, she married Reb Shloime Rosman, also a survivor, and settled in Rechovot. Following the six-day-war, the Rosman’s made their way to America, where they began to plant roots that would result generations of upstanding Torah Yidden.
Reb Shloime was an ehrliche Yid and a prolific writer. He authored three seforim commemorating the glorious past of prewar European Jewry. All the while, he dedicated wife stood at his side, supporting him in his endeavors, and serving as a devoted matriarch to their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
She is remembered for her tremendous emunah and temimus, qualities that guided her and defined her for all her life, and always lived for the hope of the imminent arrival of Moshiach.
She leaves behind an incredible legacy, and generations who continue to follow her beautiful ways.
The Levaya will take place at 2:00 this afternoon at 1121 53rd Street, and she will be laid to rest on the beis hachaim in Kiryas Yoel.
Yehi zichra baruch.