Norman Rosenberg
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Norman Rosenberg
Norman Rosenberg
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DOVER- Norman Rosenberg, a resident of Dover Springs Lane in West Dover, died December 24 at Emeritus at the Village at Fillmore Pond in Bennington.

Mr. Rosenberg was born in Brooklyn, NY, on February 14, 1927, the son of Louis and Yvette (Rubin) Rosenberg and attended local schools.

Mr. Rosenberg worked as a manufacturing consultant for various companies such as Meshtone Manufacturing, CTP Industries, and American Rate Consultants.

He moved to Vermont where he loved skiing and local politics. He loved passing on good jokes and what was happening in the stock market. Mr. Rosenberg was a member of the West Dover Volunteer Fire Department and served as president of the West Dover Firefighters Association. He was a member of the US Navy, serving his country during World War II.

Mr. Rosenberg is survived by his wife Frances Rosenberg and brother Ira Rosenberg of Clermont, FL. He was preceded in death by his son Michael Rosenberg.

Funeral services for Mr. Rosenberg were held Friday December 27, at Covey-Allen & Shea Funeral Home.

Interment will be held in the family lot in New Mount Carmel Cemetery in Queens, NY. If friends desire, memorial gifts in Mr. Rosenberg’s memory may be made to Vermont Child’s Wish Come True, c/o Covey-Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363.

To send condolences visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com.
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