Emanuel Rosenthal

  • Died: February 5, 2018
  • Location: Hartford, Connecticut

Tribute & Message From The Family

Emanuel passed away on Monday, February 5, 2018.

Emanuel was a resident of Hartford, Connecticut at the time of passing.

He graduated from City College of New York and served in the U.S. Army 83rd Division Artillery during World War II, seeing action in Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge.

Burial will follow at 1 pm at the State Veterans' Cemetery in Middletown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I am so very saddened to have just learned this and missed his service. Unfortunately I was in MN at Mayo Clinic from Feb to May. Such a kind, caring & wonderful man. I was lucky to have gotten my first job (age 16) working for him throughout my high school & college years. (1973 -1981) I was fortunate to have learned a great deal from this kind man, and to get to know some of his family.

Mrs. R, David, Diane and Steve ~
Please except my belated condolences. I'm certain this has let a very empty space in all of your hearts.

Very sincerely,
Maureen Riley-Feinberg

Posted by A friend   November 07, 2018

I am so saddened to just now have learned this. Such a kind and caring man. I was fortunate as a young girl to have him as my first boss at 16. (1973 - 1982) Throughout my high school & college years I learned a lot about retail as well as many other things - bookkeeping included. Those were the great days when life seemed so much simpler rand laughter in abundance.

Mrs R, Diane & David, although late, please except my condolences. Unfortunately I was in MN at the Mayo Clinic battling health issues. I am sorry to have missed his services. A man I will always remember fondly.

Sincerely,
Maureen Riley-Feinberg

Posted by A friend   November 07, 2018

I am sorry for your loss family of Mr Rosenthal
I worked at Kamins from 1982-1993 off and on!! I even worked for Steve in Marlborough's store!! Many great memories!! Glad he got to enjoy his retirement and life with his families!! Katie Raftery

Posted by Katie Raftery - Glastonbury, CT   February 12, 2018

He is so fondly remembered for his kindness and his smile and I haven't been to the store for almost 50 years. I loved going to Kamin's with my mom. It was a great store,except for the gym suits! Comfort to the family.

Posted by Judith - Covington, VA   February 08, 2018

Thank you for the Match Box collection you helped me build and share with my children and grand children .. Always a smile and always a kind word.
Jim Flanagan

Posted by Jim Flanagan - Haymarket, VA   February 07, 2018