82 Fairview Ave.
Naugatuck, CT 06770
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Steven Rosenblatt

Steven P. Rosenblatt

Thursday, July 13th, 1950 - Saturday, August 1st, 2020
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Steven P. Rosenblatt
1950 - 2020

Prospect, CT Steven P. Rosenblatt, 70, of Prospect, CT, died Saturday, August 1, 2020 at his home with his wife, Susan, by his side. Steve was born in Waterbury, CT a son of the late Bill and Lil Rosenblatt of Naugatuck.

Steve graduated from UCONN where he was a co-captain of the football team, and then with a masters degree from UCONN School of Social Work. He later returned to school and graduated from SCSU with a sixth year degree in school psychology.

After graduating from UCONN, Steve became a School Social Worker in Naugatuck. Later, after working briefly at Newtown High School, he returned to Naugatuck as a School Psychologist. He retired after serving for 37 years.

Steve loved football, and served many years as a coach, commissioner and treasurer for the Naugatuck Junior Football League. He also coached freshman football while working at Newtown High School. He enjoyed 20 years as a football official for the Western Connecticut Football Officials Association and he was proud to have been inducted into the Naugatuck Hall of Fame. He also enjoyed playing golf with good friends.

Steve was a board member and past chairman of the Human Resource Development Agency of Naugatuck and of Naugatuck Youth Services. He was a member and chairman of the Budget and Admissions Committee of United Way of Naugatuck. He served on the Professional Advisory Committee of the Naugatuck Visiting Nurses Association.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Steve will be remembered for his kindness, humor and his generosity as a friend, brother, uncle and loving husband.

Steve is survived by his wife of 46 years, Susan; his brother Howie Rosenblatt and his wife, Julie of Naugatuck; his sister, Sari Rosenblatt and her husband, Steve Machuga of Middletown; Susan’s sister, Bonnie Stone and her husband, Tom of Old Saybrook and his mother in law, Jean Carlson of Woodstock, CT. He loved his four nieces, Jenn (Josh) Gampel, Kim (Ben) Giddens, Nora Machuga and Anne Machuga.

Steve’s family are so appreciative for the excellent care he received from Dr. Ralph Tremaglio of Naugatuck and Cardiologist, Dr. Paul Kelly of Waterbury.

There are no services or calling hours and arrangements have been entrusted to the Buckmiller Thurston Mengacci Funeral Home, 82 Fairview Avenue, Naugatuck. Donations to honor Steve’s memory can be made to the Shriners Hospital for Children, P.O. Box 863765, Orlando, FL 32886 or to a charity of the donor’s choice.
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Deborah DeRienz

Posted at 04:24pm
Dear Rosenblatt Family, On behalf of the Naugatuck Retired Teachers, we sincerely express our heartfelt condolences to you. Many of us who taught with Steve remember his humor and gentle and caring ways with the children. He will be sorely missed by his many friends. With deepest sympathy, Debbie DeRienz, NRT President

Fern Sundermeyer

Posted at 10:44am
Dear Susan,
Steve will never be forgotten. So sorry for your loss. I never realized Frank played golf often with Steve. He will always remember Steve's humor and competitiveness during his matches. We are here if you need anything,
Fern and Frank Sundermeyer

Gary Saam

Posted at 10:28am
I knew Steve thru DCF at foster children’s PPT meetings. He was always very well prepared with a wealth of information on any child that he assessed for educational needs and/or other services. His genuine warmth and personality was of great assurance that he instilled on goals achieved throughout the years. I liked to banter with him before and after as his sports knowledge was huge. He will be missed by all his colleagues; so sorry for the his loss.

Vito Lavacca

Posted at 10:12pm
I was so sorry to hear about Steve. I first met him in the early 1980s when I was invited by Harris Clark to come on the annual Sugarbush golf trip. For the next thirty some odd years I enjoyed the golf, but I most enjoyed the banter with Steve on those long car rides. Compassionate? Empathetic? All around nice guy? Sure, he was all of that and much more; but there was another side to Steve. On these long rides we would often have serious conversations about controversial issues in the news. At a pause in the conversation Steve would dryly come out with some remark that was so outlandish, so politically incorrect, and so uncharacteristic of him that we would all convulse with laughter. These remarks would be collected and repeated on every subsequent golf trip. I’ll cherish those times we had together. God bless you my friend. Rest in peace.

mary clarke

Posted at 05:16pm
I cannot say enough about how Steve was an asset to the children of Naugatuck. I was fortunate to work with him at 2 schools and found him to be an exceptional person. So sorry for your loss. Mary Clarke

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