The online guestbook for David Rosenthal

Posted on September 24, 2012
Posted by: Joan Wolberg
From: Henderson NV

Message: I was very sorry to hear of Dave's passing. We were in Weaver: he was a year ahead of me. We dated for a while before he graduated. My condolences to the family. Joan Wolberg

Posted on September 27, 2012
Posted by: Alan and Rickie Whitman
From: Westlake Village CA

Message: Cousin David was a straightforward man. He knew what he liked and did what he liked. And you always could know where he stood. Farewell, friend. May your soul find peace. Alan and Rickie Whitman

Posted on October 05, 2012
Posted by: Stan Newborn
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Remembering David from good ole Weaver High. Rest in Peace my friend. Shalom, Stan

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Cliff & Mary Edwards
From: Cape Coral Florida

Message: We will miss our dear friend and he will always be in our memories.

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Jim & MaryBeth Reid
From: Manchester ct

Message: Will miss Dave and Rocky visits on our front porch.The smell of a good cigar and conversations.

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Tony Marsh (Marshall Deutsch)
From: Clearwater Florida

Message: I have many fond memories of David and our years at Weaver.

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Mark & Pat Dressler
From: Windsor Ct

Message: David was a lifelong friend and music enthusiast from Hartford's North End. David we will miss you. Mark and Patricia Dressler

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: sal martino & joan doleva
From: suffield ct

Message: we both attended weaver high school... i usually, as young kid of 16...shopped at krips dept store in hartford...where dave usually met me at the door and assisted me in my purchase.... we grew up in the same neighborhood in the north end of htfd... regina was a god-send in his life.. we were buddys untill his passing... god be with you dave.... and also with you regina.. sal & joan

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Bill and Marilyn Eigen
From: St. Simons Island GA

Message: We were saddened to hear of David's passing.

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Henry and Jean Hyman
From: Vernon CT

Message: We were so sorry to read about Dave's passing. He was truly a wonderful person who always put a smile on our faces.

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Jack Cohen
From: Bolton CT

Message: I have fond memories of the days back at the Beth Sholom Synagogue in Hartford where we were active members of the Young Adult Club. We used to hang out together and go on bus trips to various resorts on weekends. We had a lot of laughs and good times. In recent years we went to Shriners' lunches together, met up at Hometown Buffet and hung out. Miss you, friend.

Posted on September 20, 2012
Posted by: Jimmy Fuska
From: Ellington Ct

Message: Uncle Dave, Bibi, Zachary,Tyler and I are so happy you were able to spend so many holidays and birthdays with are family. We will cherish those memories forever. The faimily get togethers will never be the same without you. It seems like yesterday that you Zach and I would meet at Big Y for breakfast Zach loved that and still talks about those meetings and when Tyler was born and his first Christmas was really cranky you took him and layed him on your chest and he fell asleep for hours. You were not only a good friend you were part of our family. Dave may you rest in peace we all love you very much. God Bless you buddy we Love you very much and will miss you.

Posted on September 21, 2012
Posted by: sharon waxman slossber
From: middletown ct

Message: sorry to hear of dave's passing. will always remember listening to harlem nocturn, beth shalom club and you and steve hanging out together.

Posted on September 19, 2012
Posted by: Sid Rabin
From: Ellington Ct.

Message: An old friend since our high school days at Weaver and Monsky A.Z.A. over 50 years ago. A big voice that always made me smile and laugh. I cherish his memory and will miss him.

Posted on November 08, 2012
Posted by: Jeanne Pinto
From: Manchester Ct

Message: My father-in-law, Charlie Pinto, lives around the corner from where David used to walk Rocky. Through Rocky, they met, and my Father-In-Law thought Rocky was the best. David let Charlie take some photos, and from that Charlie did a wonderful oil painting of David and Rocky. The winter passed, but Charlie knew that David spent winters in Fla. The painting hung in the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington as part of a Charles Pinto exhibit (February 2012). Through a mutual acquaintance Charlie just learned of David's passing. He was hoping to give the painting to David and wondered why he hadn't seen him throughout the summer. We would still like to offer the painting to Regina, or whoever she thinks would enjoy it. Please let us know, and we send our deepest sympathy for losing such a very sweet man. We know Rocky must miss him also. Sincerely, jeanne La Rose-Pinto

Posted on January 10, 2018
Posted by: Miriam Rosen Gerber
From: Tampa FL

Message: David was a great friend for many years. I have many fond memories of time spent with him listening to jazz records, watching wrestling matches and dancing the night away. His memory will always be a blessing for me.

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