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Sidney Rosenbaum Jr.

Sidney “Jerry” ROSENBAUM JrAge: 8719212009

Name
Sidney “Jerry” ROSENBAUM Jr
Given names
Sidney
Nickname
Jerry
Surname
ROSENBAUM
Name suffix
Jr
Hebrew
סידני רוזנבאום
Birth November 14, 1921 (Heshvan 13, 5682)
Parkersburg WV, USA - פרקרסבורג, ארה"ב

Military
Fifth Air Force, 90th Bomb Group
Pacific Theatre - חיל האוויר האמריקאי

Agency: US Air Force
Note: Served in the United States Air Corps in World War II. He attained the rank of Capt., served with th…
Occupation
Insurance Broker

Note: Insurance executive in Martinsville.
Death March 20, 2009 (Adar 24, 5769) (Age 87)
Bedford VA, USA - בדפורד, ארה"ב

Address: Burial: Temple Emanuel Cemetery Roanoke Roanoke City Virginia, USA
Cause of death: Automobile Accident
Publication: http://www.findagrave.com/
Text:
Burial: Temple Emanuel Cemetery Roanoke Roanoke City Virginia, USA Sidney (Jerry) Rosenbaum, Jr., of Bedford, passed away on Friday afternoon, March 20, 2009, born in Parkersburg, West Virginia, November 14, 1921. He was the son of the late Sidney J. Rosenbaum, Sr. and Rose Lyons Rosenbaum. Mr. Rosenbaum attended Virginia Tech, served in the United States Air Corps in World War II and in the United States Air Force during the Korean conflict. He attained the rank of Capt., served with the 90th Bomb Group in the Pacific for 37 months during World War II, was Commander of the Fred W. Stockham American Legion Post 245 and at his death was a member of Post 42 in Martinsville. For many years he was an insurance executive in Martinsville and also served as President of the Professional Insurance Agents Association of Virginia and D.C. in 1970 - 1971. Mr. Rosenbaum was also a member of Temple Emmanuel and was a resident of the National Elks Home in Bedford. Jerry was preceded in death by two wives, Zelda F. Rosenbaum and Jane P. Rosenbaum. Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Sidney J. Rosenbaum, III and Diane of Roanoke; and two grandsons, Jerr Rosenbaum of Arlington and Dan Rosenbaum of Charlotte, North Carolina. Funeral services will be at Temple Emmanuel 10:30 a.m. Monday, March 23, 2009 with Rabbi Kathy S. Cohen officiating. Interment will follow in Temple Emmanuel Cemetery.
DeathFind a Grave - USA
Publication: http://www.findagrave.com/
Text:
Burial: Temple Emanuel Cemetery Roanoke Roanoke City Virginia, USA Sidney (Jerry) Rosenbaum, Jr., of Bedford, passed away on Friday afternoon, March 20, 2009, born in Parkersburg, West Virginia, November 14, 1921. He was the son of the late Sidney J. Rosenbaum, Sr. and Rose Lyons Rosenbaum. Mr. Rosenbaum attended Virginia Tech, served in the United States Air Corps in World War II and in the United States Air Force during the Korean conflict. He attained the rank of Capt., served with the 90th Bomb Group in the Pacific for 37 months during World War II, was Commander of the Fred W. Stockham American Legion Post 245 and at his death was a member of Post 42 in Martinsville. For many years he was an insurance executive in Martinsville and also served as President of the Professional Insurance Agents Association of Virginia and D.C. in 1970 - 1971. Mr. Rosenbaum was also a member of Temple Emmanuel and was a resident of the National Elks Home in Bedford. Jerry was preceded in death by two wives, Zelda F. Rosenbaum and Jane P. Rosenbaum. Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Sidney J. Rosenbaum, III and Diane of Roanoke; and two grandsons, Jerr Rosenbaum of Arlington and Dan Rosenbaum of Charlotte, North Carolina. Funeral services will be at Temple Emmanuel 10:30 a.m. Monday, March 23, 2009 with Rabbi Kathy S. Cohen officiating. Interment will follow in Temple Emmanuel Cemetery.
SourceStella Baldev - Personal Testimony
Publication: Email from Stella Baldev, September 2010 sbaldev@comcast.net
Military
Served in the United States Air Corps in World War II. He attained the rank of Capt., served with the 5th Airforce, 90th Bomb Group in the Pacific for 37 months during World War II as 1st Lt, 400 Squadron (Black Pirates). Served in the United States Air Force during the Korean conflict. Commander of the Fred W. Stockham American Legion Post 245 and at his death was a member of Post 42 in Martinsville. No group of fliers emerged from the war with greater glory than the world famous Liberator unit . . . the JOLLY ROGERS. Month after month, since September, 1942, American newspapers and magazines have brimmed over with colorful stories about this most colorful of all B-24 outfits. Less celebrated Liberator units have complained that all these laurels fell to the JOLLY ROGERS because of their fascinating name and twin-tail insignia - a huge skull surmounting two crossed bombs. www.jollyrogersweb.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/90th_Bombardment_Group
Occupation
Insurance executive in Martinsville. Served as President of the Professional Insurance Agents Association of Virginia and Washington D.C. in 1970 and 1971.
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