Harry Rosenblum, a beloved individual who touched the lives of many, peacefully passed away on March 16, 2023, succumbing to the challenges posed by Alzheimer’s disease. Born on February 11, 1942, in New York, Harry’s journey through life was marked by significant accomplishments, unwavering dedication, and a profound love for golf.
Harry graduated from college in Florida, where he nurtured his passion for learning and embarked on a path that would lead him to the prestigious Los Alamos National Labs. Throughout his career, Harry made invaluable contributions to the field, leaving an enduring impact on the scientific community.
Outside the realm of work, Harry found solace and joy on the golf course. After retiring, he devoted his time to the Northern New Mexico Senior Golf Association, where he shared his love for the sport, fostering camaraderie and friendly competition among fellow golf enthusiasts.
Harry’s life was deeply enriched by his marriage to Diane Rosenblum, whose love and companionship were his pillars of strength. Sadly, Diane, as well as his parents, Herman and Lillian Rosenblum, and his brother, Bernard Rosenblum, preceded him in death, leaving behind cherished memories and a profound void in Harry’s heart. After Harry lost his wife he met his companion Patsy Poling and they spent their precious time traveling until she passed away.
Remembered with enduring love, Harry is survived by his children, Miriam Rosenblum and Sonia Trujillo (Robert), who were blessed to have him as their guiding light. His grandchildren, Marisol Carrillo (Charles) and Cysco Trujillo, brought immeasurable joy to his life, and his great-grandchildren, Eliana and Liliana Carrillo, were the source of boundless happiness. He is also survived by his brother, George Rosenblum (Michele)with whom he shared a deep bond and countless treasured moments. Along with sister in laws, brother in laws, nieces, nephews and cousins. Special thank you to Michael Hoffman for visiting and being with Harry at his time of passing. For being a support system in our time of need.
Harry’s final resting place will be The La Puerta Natural Burial south of Belen, New Mexico, Wednesday July 5, 2023 at 3 p.m. where he will find eternal peace amidst the serenity of nature. In honor of Harry’s memory, as well as his father’s memory, who also battled Alzheimer’s disease, the family has chosen to make a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association. This gesture represents their commitment to raising awareness and supporting research for this devastating condition.
May the memories of Harry Rosenblum forever live on, inspiring us to cherish our loved ones, pursue our passions, and contribute to causes that can make a difference in the lives of others.