Burton Rosenfeld

Burton Rosenfeld, 92 of Hamden, a WWII veteran, former owner of Rosenfeld’s Shoe Store and volunteer for more than 15 years.  He is survived by his children Sally Rosenfeld Roslow of PA and Phillip Rosenfeld of FL.
A graveside funeral service was held Tuesday at the B’nai Jacob Cemetery on Jewell St., in New Haven.
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  1. Lynne Drazen said,

    09.04.12 at 10:55 pm

    Dear Sally and Phillip,
    I just read of your Dad’s passing and offer my heartfelt condolences. I remember your Dad’s teasing and playfulness when I would come to your home as a teenager. It’s hard to believe how many years ago Sally, that Heidi and I with you, would make our weekly downtown trips to Malleys… and of course stop into your Dad’s shoestore. We really felt like “Bigshots” on the town and he loved our visits.
    I hope the good memories of your Dad will help heal your loss in the days to come.

  2. betsy ratner said,

    09.05.12 at 7:11 pm

    Dear sally and phillip, I send along with artie form heaven prayers of healing grief . Artie and your dad really had fun times whenever they saw each other!
    love, betsy

  3. Kathy White said,

    09.06.12 at 3:28 pm

    Dear Sally and Philip,
    I’m so sorry to hear of your fathers passing. You may not want to hear from me but I would like you to know that I loved him dearly and he was a wonderful man. I hope that you find comfort in this time of greif.

  4. Carol Isaacs said,

    09.07.12 at 12:35 am

    So sorry to read of your father’s passing away. My husband Barry Isaacs owned Barrie Ltd Booters and if I’m not mistaken, your dad worked for him at one time. I know met Buddy once or twice. My sympathy to you and your family–there are few good shoe men left in this world.
    Carol Isaacs