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Luba Rodman

Luba Rodman

Longtime Denver resident Luba Rodman passed away on October 11, 2022, at the age of 94. A service was held October 13 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, officiated by Rabbi Yaakov Chaitovsky and Rabbi Stephen Booth-Nadav. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.

Mrs. Rodman, born in Chicago, Ill. on June 16, 1928, moved with her family to Wichita, Kan., and Oklahoma City, Okla. After graduating from high school in Oklahoma, she moved to Denver in 1955.

Along with raising three children, Mrs. Rodman was the secretary to the director of nursing at what was previously Denver General Hospital. She was also a member of Pioneer Women, a PTA leader and leader of her daughters’ Girl Scouts troops.

“More than anything, Luba enjoyed family gatherings,” her family said. “Everybody always remembers her radiant smile and her upbeat and joyous attitude.”

The family noted that Mrs. Rodman also loved sports, especially tennis (Rafael Nadal was her favorite) and football.

Mrs. Rodman is survived by children Kathy Pollack, Judy (Gary) Saltzman and Randy (Nancy) Rodman; grandchildren Serena Pollack, Alana (Joe) Hammer, David (Rachael) Pollack, Sol (Anne Maurer) Saltzman, Rebecca (Scott Wenzel) Saltzman, Rachel (Chris) Bell, Laura Nelson; and 11 great-grandchildren.

Contributions may be made to BMH-BJ or Kavod Senior Life.

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