Mrs. Celina Rosenblum, Holocaust Survivor, Dies

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Celina Rosenblum of Livingston died Saturday evening, June 8, at her home in Livingston.

She is survived by her children, Melvin Rosenblum, Harry Rosenblum and Annette Taffet; their spouses, Janet Rosenblum, Bonnie Rosenblum and Mark Taffet; and seven grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband of 55 years, Idek.

Mrs. Rosenblum was born in Cracow, Poland, in 1929. She was a Holocaust survivor and was liberated from Auschwitz. She married her husband in 1946 in Austria, and they came to the U.S., where they settled in Cleveland, Ohio. Subsequently they lived in Vineland; Toronto, Canada; Clifton; and Fort Lee. After Mr. Rosenblum’s death, Mrs. Rosenblum moved to Livingston.

She was a supporter of her Jewish community, synagogues, the Cracow Society, the Solomon Schechter School, the Joseph Kushner Academy, the Israel Sport Center for the Disabled, State of Israel Bonds, and Yad Vashem.

The family has suggested that contributions in memory of Mrs. Rosenblum be made to the Jewish organizations noted above, as well as to Jewish Federation.

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