Deceased Information


    Phillip Rosner

    Paltiel ben Israel Reuven Chaim v Malka Zissel

  • AGE



    Saturday, September 02, 2023 (Before Sunset)


    Monday, September 04, 2023


    12:00 PM





    Phillip E. Rosner, age 80, of Roswell passed away September 2, 2023. Phillip was born in Chicago, Illinois to Samuel and Mildred "Mollie" Rosner. He earned a BA in Psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington and PhD in Organizational Psychology from Georgia State University. He was a founding member and past president of Phi Epsilon Pi, Beta Eta chapter.

    He moved to Atlanta in 1967. In 1974 he founded and served as president, Human Resources Development Inc, where he advised major corporations through team building, leadership development, pre-employment assessment, and organizational development. In addition, he consulted with Hilton Hotels Corporation, Merv Griffin Productions, the founders of the companies that became Sprint, Peachtree City Development Corporation, AT&T, and many more. He served on the executive board of the Cobb Workforce Investment Authority. He was a member of Bnai Brith, Mensa, Hebrew Order of David, and Congregation Etz Chaim for nearly 40 years. He loved traveling the world with his wife, singing--both with choirs and playing his guitar, acting in community theater--receiving an award for long hours and dedication for the Cobb District Attorney's staff production of "The Sunshine Boys" in 1992, sailing on Lake Lanier, reading, telling great stories, playing trivia and card games, learning new languages, and sharing his delicious cooking with friends.

    He was preceded in death by his brother, Lawrence "Lorry" Rosner. He is survived by his wife, Peri Rosner, son, Seth Rosner, and his wife Chelsea, daughter Alicia Rosner and her partner Dave Scaglione, and grandchildren, Jacob Rosner, Mason Rosner, and Elliott Rosner.  Donations may be made to Congregation Etz Chaim, and Georgia Transplant Foundation, Arrangements by Dressler’s Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999

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  • Carolyn (Matheny) Lippman

    Dear Peri, I’m sending love and healing thoughts your way. Phil was such a warm and interesting gentleman. May the memories you created together bring you comfort. Baruch Dayan HaEmet.

  • Karen Needle

    Dear Peri, I was saddened to hear of Phil's passing. He will always be remembering by me as my "other husband", way back from "Come Blow Your Horn" days in 1988ish. And he would call me "his other wife"! Such a wonderful guy! We will miss seeing him at the back of the shul. May your beautiful memories comfort you at this difficult time. Sending big hugs! Karen Needle

  • Van Pearlberg

    So sorry for your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences.

  • Joan Solomon

    Dear Peri, My deepest condolences to you and your family on Phil's passing. May his memory be a blessing.

  • Mark and Barbara Garneau

    We send our deepest sympathies to the entire Rosner family.

  • Hal and Susan Brown

    Peri, We are so very sorry for your loss. Sending love and prayers to you and family during this most difficult time.

  • laura Weinshel

    Peri we are so sorry!

  • jan kinsler and Jack kinsler

    So very sorry for your loss. Cousins Jan and Jack

  • Gerald and Eleanor Lisansky

    We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Phil.

  • Arlene Glass

    My thoughts are with you and your family. So sorry for your loss.

  • Leora and Herb Wollner

    We wish to send our deepest condolences. May the special memories you made together help you through this difficult time.

  • Karen and Ron Feibel

    Peri, our sincerest condolences on Phil‘s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this difficult time.

  • Dale & Richard Millman

    Our heartfelt love and sympathy to Peri and Phil’s family.

  • Bonnie and Art Steinfeld

    We are sorry for your loss. Phil was a very vibrant man with interesting things to share with his friends and family.