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Mark Rosenbaum

November 4, 1961 - June 12, 2023

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It is with a profound sense of loss that we let you know that Mark Rosenbaum, father of Jason (TIOH graduate), Michael (TIOH graduate), and husband of Rony, passed away on June 12, 2023, in Los Angeles, at the age of 61. 

 He is survived by Rony, Jason, and Michael, as well as his sister Marla (Dave) Yukelson; his brother Alan (Tina) Rosenbaum; his mother-in-law Zmira Danieli; his brother-in-law Gil (Laura) Danieli, and eight nieces and nephews.

Born in Los Angeles, CA, Mark and his family grew up as Southern California natives, where he graduated from Grant High School before attending University of California, San Diego and later Duke University, where he earned his Master’s in Business Administration. His professional career took him on a journey through the world of entertainment finance in Los Angeles, leading him to Disney, Fox, Gemstar/TV Guide, MySpace, and Triton Digital where he was the Chief Financial Officer for the past 13 years.

Mark was an active leader in our TIOH community. He served on our Board of Trustees, Finance Committee, and Hillside Council. Mark’s wisdom and contributions ran deep and elevated our operations.

Mark was known to everyone who met him as kind, caring, and a loving husband and father, but will most of all be remembered for his unstoppable sense of humor and unshakeable optimism in life. Involved in his community, entrenched in his family, and a leader in his career, Mark approached everyone and everything in his life with a smile, a joke, and a plan. Anyone lucky enough to meet him, even in passing, was better off for it.

 Funeral information:

Wednesday, June 14

12:00 pm

Hillside Memorial Park & Mortuary

6001 W Centinela Ave, Los Angeles

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Donations can be made in Mark’s memory:

The Miracle Project, a fully inclusive theater, film and expressive arts program for neurodiverse and/or disabled individuals.

OurSpaceLA, Jewish experiences for children, teens, and adults with special needs and unique abilities.