Harold Rosenberg, M.D., died Wednesday, June 20, 1990 in Holy Cross Hospital.
Dr. Rosenberg was born in Bayone, New Jersey, December 3, 1912, the son of Louis and Ida Rosenberg. He graduated with honors from New York University and Long Island College of Medicine. He married Gladys Gladstone in New Jersey and was commissioned a captain in the medical corp of the U.S. Army. His last tour of duty was in Salt Lake City where he and his wife came to live in 1947.He did a residency under Dr. Maxwell Wintrobe and took his boards in internal medicine and also physical medicine. He became Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Veterans Hospital, a post he held for 25 years. He taught physical medicine at the University of Utah Medical School.
He was an active member of the Jewish Community and served as President of the Jewish Community Center, President of B'nai B'rith, and Director of the United Jewish Appeal Drive. He was a serious scholar of Judaic history, culture and philosophy.
Dr. Rosenberg is survived by his wife, his sons, Joel (Salt Lake City) and Steven L. (Cleveland, Ohio); his brother, Bernard (Cranbury, New Jersey) and two granddaughters.
Funeral services will be at Evans and Early Mortuary, 574 East 100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah, at 12 noon Friday, June 22. In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made to the Hadassah Wills and Bequests Department in care of Temple Kol Ami, Salt Lake City, Utah.