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Harold David Rouse

September 15, 1922 - March 28, 2019

U.S. Veteran

Services Date March 31, 2019

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Allan Paul Jacoby was Uncle Allan to me, and he was my mother's brother. He was smart and hard-working, and he served his country while in the military and at work. Later, he traveled the world and saw much. Our family spent so many Thanksgivings at Uncle Allan's house that I see the inside of his house when I think of Thanksgiving! And there is a photo of all of us from every year we celebrated together. I miss Uncle Allan already and I love him. No one will be able to take his place, and I wish him well wherever he is and wherever he is going.

Posted by Claire J. Boxer on November 24, 2019

Harold was a kind and generous man who loved his family and friends unconditionally. He was a leader in business and was very active in social endeavors. Rest in peace Harold and know that you were loved and admired by all that knew you.

Posted by Anonymous on March 29, 2019

Harold was a very dear friend to my father, Jerry Lewis. Harold and Sylvia, along with my parents, traveled the world together for business, as well as pleasure. I knew Harold my whole life. He was always the most gentle and kind man I have ever known of my Dad's friends. He had so much love to give in his heart. I wanted to see him more after my Dad passed, but I only saw him once, and we did talk a little. I regret not getting to see him again. Every time I have been around Harold, I felt better when our time together ended. I can't explain how he made me feel, besides offering complete respect and love. My Dad loved him very, very much and he loved to kabbitz with Harold. They had the best time turning each other on and making deals come alive together. He helped my Dad a lot when he first went into business around 1957ish. I don't think my Dad would not have had the success he attained without Harold's help, such a generous man. Harold had a quiet strength. He was the epitomy of a gentleman and quite dashing. My heart goes out to Scotty and Susie. Personally, I can relate to losing your Dad and your best friend. It is painful. Your Dad has made an impact on me and I very sad for your loss. With love, Pamela

Posted by Pamela Lewis Glavis on March 29, 2019

I will miss you very very much, and will always appreciate the kindness , wisdom , and generosity that you shared with all throughout your busy life, and in particular, me. You and Irv were perfect examples of principled and loyal menschkite. You both exemplified the very best which humanity has to offer, thereby making this world a better place for all, and always brought out the best in other individuals. You both had it all, but were willing to share it. Tzadaka and Rachmonas made you both exemplary examples of how to live with dignity and righteousness. Many a niece , nephew , children and Dear Vera are inconsolable, and may all experience comfort in the knowledge that Aunt Mari was very unique and special to all who had the privilege of knowing and enjoying her. You will never be forgotten by me. Your Loving Nephew, H

Posted by Howard A. Lipton on February 26, 2016