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Lori Joy Rosenbaum

November 29, 1954 - June 22, 2017

Services Date June 25, 2017

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I have been privileged, lucky, fortunate and proud to have met many interesting and successful people over the years in my career in banking and finance in Southern California. People from all parts of the world, with diverse backgrounds, heritage, education, experience, intelligence, and business skills and acumen. However, after 40+ years, there is only one individual that stands out from all of the others that I have met. That individual is Andrew Kallman. I first met Andrew in 1995 or 1996 when he was a young, ambitious CPA just beginning to grow his accounting firm. But I quickly learned that Andrew was more than an accountant, he was a voracious businessman and entrepreneur. No matter the challenge or obstacle, Andrew was always ready to “take it on” and succeed. When it came to business, nothing could stop Andrew, he had the right touch, understanding, and guile to make it work, no matter how high the hurdles or the degree of difficulty. But while Andrew had all of the skills, and entrepreneurial spirit, there were three significant traits that he displayed that set him apart as a person. Andrew never gave up, he never quit. And, Andrew always shared information on his business - whether it was good, bad or indifferent. He was honest - always, he always told the truth. However, his most important trait was his loyalty. Andrew was faithful and loyal to his friends, to his partners, to his employees, to his clients, to his business relationships, and most importantly, to his family. I could relate many instances of his honesty and loyalty, because as a friend and business associate of his for over 20 years, I saw these attributes many, many, many times over. So, to Frances, Sammy, Kayla, and Nicky and all of Andrew’s family, I do not need to tell you how deeply he cared about you and loved you, you already know that. But you should know that he cared and loved everyone else, and that he was respected as a very fine person and a gentleman. “I will miss you deeply Andrew, but I’ll never forget you”. Rest In Peace Alan Goldsmith

Posted by Alan Goldsmith on December 8, 2019

Andrew, your kindness, generosity, and sense of humor will be missed! Far too short a life. Jamieson

Posted by Stephen Allen Jamieson on November 30, 2019

Frances and kids......I can not begin to imagine what your emotions are at this time.....please accept my sincere condolences, sympathy & love on the loss of Andrew....... Love, Marie McNeely

Posted by Anonymous on November 30, 2019

My heart goes out to Francis, Sammy, Cayla, Nicholas and the whole family. I truly loved Andrew and will miss him everyday. Some of my best times were when Andrew and Francis would have dinner with Judy and I. This is a devastating loss for me. I truly loved Andrew (and always will).

Posted by Richard Freedman on November 29, 2019

I'm so sorry to hear of Lori Rosenbaum's passing. I will always remember playing hand ball at PS 165 after school. My heart felt condolences go out to your family. Lori, I will truly miss you.

Posted by Leslie Blank on July 21, 2017

Thank you for smiling down from Heaven-your star shines so bright-even though we had a momentary pause we picked up just where we left off-our conversations were filled with sadness and joy-tears and laughter. You have always held a special place and will continue too in my heart. Your life was filled with adventure and now you have joined your loved one. My dearest Lori you will always live on in the hearts of all those you've touched as memories keep us alive. No one can replace your sarcasm and humor. you made rainy days filled with splashes. life is a wonderous moment in this world and your precious life will continue to fertilize those whose lives you touched. Your shining star brightens this world the heavens have a new Angel. May g-d Bless you-Love your favorite cousin-Ronnie

Posted by ronald d. unger on July 17, 2017

I am so very sorry to hear of Lori's passing. I know she was loved and respected, and while I didn't know her well and it's been many years since we worked in the same medical building, I can still see her smiling face and glint in her eye. So sorry to hear and love and hugs to Leslie and all that loved Lori.

Posted by jody onorato on July 17, 2017

My Dearest Lori, my heart is breaking. It all seems so unreal. I will miss your beautiful smile, your giggles, and our long phone calls where we lifted each other up and shared something very special. You had the biggest heart, and gave unconditionally of yourself, You were and always will be part of the Golden Girls. I will miss you sooooo. I know you're still all around us. I hope you're at peace. All my love

Posted by Sandi Greenberg on July 17, 2017

Lori, you were and are my sweet, unforgettable sister from other parents! You were and are my Golden Girl! We laughed, we cried and enjoyed 52 years of knowing each other! You are beautiful, smart, sweet, funny and I will always love you Beddy Beddy Much! You know what I mean! Not being able to see you, call you and text you will make me miss you forever, but I really and truly believe you are here with all of your loved ones, especially your family and friends! I also believe in my heart that you are dancing, while you watch over all, with your family and friends up above! Rest in Peace, my sister! Love you so very much! Kathy and the Spinellis!

Posted by Kathy Ricco Spinelli on July 16, 2017

Lori...what will I do without you as part of my life? We knew each other since childhood and kept our relationship going all these years no matter how far apart we were. You were a sister to me, very special, always there to talk to and share all the good, the bad and anything else! You knew how to make me laugh when I was sad and make me giggle just because! I love you with all my heart and I will always miss you more than I can ever describe!

Posted by Ellen Robin Greene on July 10, 2017

My wonderful Aunt Lori, You were in my life for 33 years I can't remember a single time you didn't have a smile on your face when I saw you, a witty and humerus Rosenbaum remark that always kept a smile on my face. She never had children but if I had spent everyday with her I still don't think it would have be enough to satisfy her desire for my company. I always felt her happiness when I was around and I only have positive, happy and numerous memories of her that will always be remembered and never forgotten... just like her beautiful spirit. She will always be missed and never forgetten. I know all those that knew her and loved her will always keep a special place in their heart for her. My final movements, in person memeories, and final texts in her last days will always will be cherished and remembered for the wonderful person she was and I, as the rabbi said, agree that her deposits and accounts will be deeper than she could have ever imagined in the more peaceful and pleasant place she now rests. Love now, before, and forever your nephew Zachariah

Posted by Zachary Avram Rosenbaum on June 26, 2017

I loved you more than anything. You meant the world to me. We used to joke I was the left hand and you were the right. Together we made up one person. Now you are gone. I will never understand it. Everyone loved you. You would give anyone the shirt off your back. You could giggle like know one else. I will miss you more then any words could describe how I feel. I love you always to the moon & back. Good bye sweet dearest sister and best friend forever.

Posted by Leslie Rosenbaum on June 26, 2017

Dearest Lori, you will always be in our thoughts, you looked after everybody and now we will look after you. Rest in peace forever. Love you always, The Fitzpatrick family xxxxxxx

Posted by Linda Fitzpatrick on June 25, 2017