Rosalind Tobin

Obituary of Rosalind Tobin

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Rosalind "Roz" Klein Tobin, age 94, of Trumbull, beloved wife of the late Bernard Tobin, entered into eternal life on July 9, 2023.

Born in Queens, NY to the late Henry and Ada Bayer Klein, Roz earned her BA from Syracuse University, Masters from Goddard College, PhD from Donsbach University. Roz was a fine artist and sculptor her entire life. While not painting, sculpting, or charcoal drawing, she was designing jewelry. It gave Roz immense pleasure to gift her jewelry to her friends. Roz and her late husband, Bern, traveled regularly with Stanley and Phyllis, experiencing new countries and cultures.

Roz was also quite health conscious, opting to take vitamins and enzymes in addition to eating healthy to treat any illnesses first prior to taking synthetic medicines. Roz was a practitioner of Kinesiology and also expressed her love by giving you a treatment to cure what ailed you. She enjoyed shopping and supporting the local farmers market and even towards the end of her life, enjoyed the people and puppy watching each market day.

Roz's memory will be lovingly remembered by her son, Jared Schneid, and his wife, Marna, of Lyme; sister-in-law, Phyllis Klein, of Westport; three grandchildren, Natalie Doran, Jared Doran, Christian Doran, all of Milford; and two great-grandchildren, Angelina and Illicionna Lanziero, of West Haven; step-son, Ron Tobin, of Sarasota, FL, and his son, Eric and his wife Kelley, of Sarasota, FL; and step-granddaugher, Sarah, Havertown, PA; step-son, Marc Tobin, and his wife, Inna Sivion, and their two children, Leah and David, of Bethany; nephew, Bob Hertzel; niece, Carol Klein; and nephew, Ken Klein, and his wife, Carol. In addition to her loving husband, Bern and her parents, Roz was predeceased by her brother, Stanley Klein; her daughter, Dana Doran; step-grandson, Scott Tobin; and niece, Suzanne Klein Hertzel  

Services will be held privately.

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