Marc Rosen Obituary – On December 17th, the members of Hofstra OUTLaw were told of Marc Rosen’s passing away. Marc was a longtime member of the organization. Marc Rosen had been a part of the group for a significant amount of time. Marc Rosen was now a student at Hofstra University, where he was pursuing a degree in law and was in the midst of his third year there.
To convey our deepest condolences and express how sad we are, this letter is being sent to you with the accompanying information. During the academic year 2021-2022, Marc was not only an active member of Hofstra OUTLaw, but he was also the Treasurer of our organization during that same time period. Marc’s contributions to our group were greatly appreciated. The time frame during which Marc served in this capacity is concurrent with the one that is the subject of the current conversation.
Before he started attending Hofstra Law School, he was already an active and persistent supporter of LGBTQ+ people as well as disabled people and the causes they fight for, and he continued this support throughout his time at the school. In addition to this, he was a supporter of the notion that married couples should be afforded equal rights, which he advocated for during his lifetime.
A memorial service will be held at the Shalom Memorial Cemetery in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania on the 20th of December, 2022. The cemetery is located in the state of Pennsylvania. The ceremony will take place on a Tuesday as the day that has been selected. The get-together will take place on Monday, December 19, 2022, the day that immediately follows Sunday, December 18, 2022, which has been designated as the day that it will take place.
On Wednesday and Thursday, members of the Rosen family will be sitting Shiva at their home in Jericho, New York, located at 257 Vista Drive, between the hours of midday and two o’clock in the afternoon and from six o’clock to ten o’clock in the evening, respectively, throughout these time periods. During the period that he spent at Hofstra Law School, the community’s culture underwent a profound shift as a direct result of his being there.