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Service for:
Alan Rosenthal, 70
May 17, 2022
17 Iyar,5782
May 20, 2022
Funeral Home Service
11:00 am

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Allan helped changed my life. His impact on me was profound; helping me out of the darkness back into the light. I also witnessed him touching countless others’ lives. I miss him. He will always hold a place in my heart. I can still hear him saying – remember to exercise – and I still do. I never met any of his sons but I feel like I did. He was always so proud of them. May you Rest In Peace.

Posted by:
Claire Carrano

I have no real words to describe how I feel about losing such an important figure in the world of mental health. I have known Alan for the better part of the last 20 years as a friend and mentor. He was monumental in helping me and lots of others through some very tough times. I had lunch with Alan often the last time was in the beginning of April. My heart goes out to Paulina and his boys and grandchildren who were his life blood. He was so very proud. May his soul be at rest and his family find comfort in knowing what an impact his life had on so many people.

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Steve Mayerson

My God Alan was always there for us and me.
I was alone and in the darkness, Alan was my friend we used to meet for coffee at Barnes and Noble telling jokes and having a good laugh. I haven’t seen him in years but it’s seems like yesterday we were together with the group. My prayers go out to his friends and family. RIP my friend.

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Will Baird
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I can’t believe Alan is gone. There are no words to describe the grief that so many of us from his support groups feel. Like many, he changed my life. I wrote this song 7+ years ago about Alan, “Angels in the Snow”:

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/7nFSoWleHOk3uDAcX10SxF?si=4821b58e041d4eb1

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpSC8il_m7I

It’s about what he did for so many of us in his support groups. My deepest condolences go out to his sons, whom he adored and always spoke so fondly and of proudly of. To me Alan will always be the gentle giant with a generous soul.

Posted by:
Ellis Ratner

So very sorry to learn of Alan’s passing. We were quite good friends and I’ll always remember his pride in his sons, his love of athletics and competence, and his commitment to his group
RIP, Alan. You have earned it

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Allen hadelman

Very sorry about Alan’s passing his heart was always in the right place. Allen Hadelman

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Alan was to me, like he was to so many, a source of support, kindness, compassion and inspiration. He was always ready with a smile and a joke, and a level of help and understanding that few people possess in this world. Alan always encouraged me to keep pushing forward, do better, try harder and never give up. He was selfless, warm and a man that I was honored to call a friend. And although I only knew him for a short time, I’ll remember him for the rest of my life. eh zirach baruch

Alan fue para mí, como lo fue para muchos, una fuente de apoyo, amabilidad, compasión e inspiración. Siempre estaba listo con una sonrisa y una broma, y ??un nivel de ayuda y comprensión que pocas personas poseen en este mundo. Alan siempre me animó a seguir adelante, hacerlo mejor, esforzarme más y nunca rendirme. Era desinteresado, cálido y un hombre al que tuve el honor de llamar amigo. Y aunque lo conocí por poco tiempo, lo recordaré por el resto de mi vida.

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Albert & Caroline Hsu

We are so sorry to hear of Alan’s passing. He was a good friend and instrumental in setting up the Southwestern Connecticut DBSA (Depression Bipolar Support Alliance) Groups. He helped countless people with their challenges and his kindness will never be forgotten. Our thoughts are with Paulina.

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Joyce Lasse

I’m so sorry that’s couldn’t attend the service. My thoughts are with Paul’ina and his family

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Howie and Jan Schultz

Jan and I are very saddened to hear about Alan’s passing. I have so many fond memories of Al from our years living in Guilford, whether it was playing softball, golf, poker or just hanging out. Al was always so caring, funny, and a real mensch.
Our thoughts and prayers especially go out to Josh, Michael, and Max, and the rest of Alan’s family and friends. May his memory be a blessing and source of comfort

Posted by:
Leo Cristofar

I will miss Alan’s warmth, his positive outlook, and his great sense of humor. May he rest in peace.

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Liz Ardolino

We are so sad for your loss and send our deepest sympathies.
We will always remember Alan’s good heart and good humour and his abiding love for his family.

Robert E. Shure Funeral Home is the only strictly Jewish Funeral Home in the Greater New Haven area.

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