Julius Rosenberg, 91, of Palm Springs, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 22, at St. Joseph’s hospital in Burbank. Jules was born in Philadelphia, PA and spent his childhood in Atlantic City where he quickly learned and mastered the family glass business. He always cherished the memories of his early years working for his grandfather Sam, as well as the 60 years together with his beautiful wife Evelyn, who passed away in 2001. He served in the US Army Corp of Engineers in World War II, lived with his family in Los Angeles, Florida, and finally settled in Palm Springs where he spent his retired years building countless houses for the underprivileged with Habitat For Humanity. He inspired those around him with his lifelong hard work, respect, and determination.
Jules, lovingly referred to as Pop Pop by all who knew him, is survived by daughters Marsha Hines, Arlene Marzell, Alysa Harris, and son Harold Rosenberg; most adored grandchildren Diane, Matthew, Andee, Michael, Meredith, Jamie, Michelle, Amy, Rachel, and Lindsay; and great grandchildren Jaxon and new baby Sierra Rose. His funeral service was held on Wednesday, Feb. 26, at Forest Lawn Mortuary, attended by family, old friends, and new ones he made at Vintage Senior Living in Burbank, CA.