Sally A. Rosenblum Monday, October 21, 1940 - Thursday, April 13, 2017

Sally A. Rosenblum, 76, of Newburgh, New York died at her home on April 13, 2017. A loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister, Sally was born in Bridgeport, CT. She had a love for life and her passion was family. Sally’s pride was her annual family Chanukah parties and her smile always lit up the room. Known for her kindness and everlasting warmth, Sally was smart, witty and had a great sense of humor. Retired after 20 years as a senior financial analyst, Sally was a natural with numbers. She was also a dedicated volunteer for both the Hudson Valley Alzheimer’s Association and Congregation Agudas Israel. Sally is survived by her husband, Simon of 58 years; children, Sandy, Risa, Raymond, Randy and Abe and six grandchildren, Joshua, Mark, Benjamin, Miranda, Noah and Zachary. Sally is predeceased by her parents, Benjamin and Mary and sister, Phyllis. Sally is survived by her loving siblings, Joe Weisblatt, Joey and Terry Jacobs, Bernie and Janice Jacobs, and numerous wonderful nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral will take place on Sunday, April 16, 2017 at 2 pm at Congregation Agudas Israel on 290 North Street, Newburgh, NY. Burial will take place at the Congregation Agudas Israel Cemetery on Erie Avenue, New Windsor, NY. The family welcomes visitors Sunday until 7 pm, Monday – Thursday 3 – 7 pm, with a minyan to follow on Wednesday, 4/19/17 and Thursday, 4/20/17. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be mailed to Alzheimer’s Association of Hudson Valley, 384 Crystal Run Road, Suite 102, Middletown, NY 10941. Please indicate the following in the donation: IMO Sally Rosenblum Restricted to HV Chapter Alzheimer’s Music Programming. Or call 845.695.2247 for further information. Arrangements are under the care of Doulin Newburgh Funeral Home Inc. (845) 562-0068 to sign an online guest book, visit www.DoulinFH.com

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We love Sally. We so enjoyed our times with her and Si in Fl. We love you Si and Sally....

We remember the laughter and friendship.

 

We miss her.  She and Si became very good friends while in Florida.  She always had a smile and could give me good advice

W had a good time at the pool and she always wanted to know what yarn over was  I will miss her like a sister