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Frank Rosenberg '76


Frank Rosenberg wrote concisely of loss, love, and family projects.

“Brother Ned ’73 passed away peacefully in his sleep in late December, [and the family] appreciated the genuine fondness for Ned exhibited by his classmates, from the other excellent class of the ’70s,” Frank wrote. “Daughter Amanda bought a 1,000-square-foot ‘shed’ for over $1M in El Cerrito, California, near Berkeley, with her great boyfriend. They love their new home and neighborhood.”

Frank “visited son Brent ’05, twice in the last 30 days; good for the heart and soul. Wife Ann is building a ‘she-shed’ — her name for it! — in her beloved Anguilla; she just submitted plans for approval, and it looks great.”

Clearly impressed by Charlie’s comprehensive account, Frank’s brief remarks closed with, “I am still working and enjoying it, but traveling a lot more lately. Instead of boring you with my exciting travel travails, I yield my quota of words to the Gentleman Goalie of Greenspring, so he may add to his report.”

reported by John Wharton '76


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