Judith E. Rosenblatt, 79, died Dec. 26, 2017, after suffering a heart attack.
Judy was born in 1938 in Chicago. She graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in elementary education. She taught school in Chicago and Centralia, Mo., and lived in Riverside, Calif., before settling in Roseville, Minn., for 46 years. She worked at the University of Minnesota Immigration History Research Center for 20 years, edited the book, “Indians in Minnesota,” and worked at Hampden Park Food Co-op, as well as its predecessor, SAP Foods.
Judy was a longtime writer and editor for the League of Women Voters in Roseville and the state organization, and she received their Hope Washburn Award. She spent her last years in Jacksonville, Fla.
She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Joseph.
She is survived by two sons, Shais (Rochel) and Ira (Christine); eight grandchildren; ex-husband, Paul; and sister-in-law, Marion, who was by her side in her last hours.
She was laid to rest at Congregation Sons of Israel Cemetery in Spring Valley, N.Y.