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In Loving Memory of Betty F. Rozenfeld


Details about the Funeral, Burial and Shiva in Memory of Betty F. Rozenfeld are listed below.


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Date & Time Wednesday 07/28/2021 at 11:30 AM

Address North Suburban Synagogue Beth El
1175 Sheridan Road
Highland Park, IL 60035

Clergy Rabbi Michael Schwab
Rabbi Alex Freedman
Cantor Jacob Sandler
North Suburban Synagogue Beth El


Address Waldheim Jewish Cemetery
1400 South Des Plaines Avenue
Forest Park, IL 60130


Rozenfeld Residence

Address 823 Stonegate Drive
Highland Park, IL 60035

Additional Information Wednesday from 7PM to 9PM with Minyan at 7:30PM
Thursday, Sunday and Monday from 2PM to 4:30PM and 7PM to 9PM with Minyan at 7:30PM each evening
Friday from 2PM to 4:30PM
Morning Minyan Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday at 8AM and Sunday at 9AM
**Masks will be required for all attending**

We invite you to record a video, sharing a story or memory of Betty F. Rozenfeld. Your private recording will only be shared with the family.

Livestream Service

Wednesday, July 28 at 11:30AM


Camp Ramah in Wisconsin
Dr. Irving and Betty Rozenfeld Israel Scholarship Fund
67 East Madison Street, Suite 1905
Chicago, Illinois 60603
North Suburban Synagogue Beth El
1175 Sheridan Road
Highland Park, Illinois 60035

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Betty F. Rozenfeld, nee Frankel, age 97, beloved wife of the late Dr. Irving H. Rozenfeld for 70 years. Loving mother of Dr. David (Barbara) Rozenfeld, Dr. Deborah (Rabbi Charles) Dobrusin, Dr. Ellen (Dr. Milford Schwartz) Rozenfeld, Jonathan (Jill Korey) Rozenfeld and Dr. Ranna (Dr. Shane Greenstein) Rozenfeld. Proud Grandmother of Nami (David) Goldenberg, Yael (Phillip) Frankel, Dr. Michael (Dr. Payal Patel) Rozenfeld, Shai (Samantha) Dobrusin, Daniel (Alex) Rozenfeld, Dr. Ethan (Rabbanit Leah Sarna) Schwartz, Emily Schwartz, Jordan and Sydney Rozenfeld, Noah, Rebecca, Ilana and Eli Greenstein. Cherished great grandmother of Gali, Eytan and Rafi Goldenberg, Tali and Ari Frankel, Diya and Jai Rozenfeld, Isaac Rozenfeld, Noa Dobrusin and Cyrus Sarna Schwartz. Fond aunt and great aunt of many. Beloved daughter of the late Sam and Manya Frankel. Devoted sister of the late Dorothy Wexler and the late Rabbi Irving Frankel.

Betty received a BA from the University of Chicago in June 1944 and a Master’s degree from the School of Social Service Administration also at the University of Chicago in September 1945. She was a life member of NaAmat and Hadassah, and was active from the earliest years of the State of Israel Bonds Campaign. In March 1973, she received Israel’s 25th Anniversary Founders Award from Itzhak Rabin, then Ambassador from Israel to the United States. Betty was active at Rodfei Shalom Or Chodesh where she was Vice President of Education. She then became active at North Suburban Synagogue Beth El where she was on the Education Board, Youth Commission, Ritual Committee, Sisterhood VP as Torah Fund Chair and VP for Social Action and Israel Affairs. She was also a Life Trustee of Camp Ramah in Wisconsin. Her most important and lasting legacy is her love for and selfless devotion to her family.

Service Wednesday, 11:30 AM, North Suburban Synagogue Beth El, 1175 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park, IL 60035. Interment Waldheim (Gate 277). If you prefer to attend via live stream, please visit our website for link. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, Dr. Irving and Betty Rozenfeld Israel Scholarship Fund, 67 E. Madison St., Suite 1905, Chicago, IL 60603,, or North Suburban Synagogue Beth El, Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals-Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822,

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