If Mr. Rosenblatt drew a lot of the consideration, Ms. Rosenblatt was, as The Chicago Solar-Occasions described her in 2000, “the knowledgeable on the legislation balancing his experience in entrance of the jury, the worrier in contrast together with his slouching nonchalance, the element particular person balancing his big-picture view.”
Along with her husband and their son David, Ms. Rosenblatt is survived by two different sons, Joshua and Moshe; six daughters, Miriam Hoffman, Rachel Gdanski, Rebecca Assaraf, Jaclyn Richter, Rina Kleiner and Sharon Franco; a brother, Alan Goldman; a sister, Ruth Schwager; and 30 grandchildren.
Busy as they have been, the Rosenblatts, who have been Orthodox Jews, by no means labored on the Sabbath, but Ms. Rosenblatt generally lamented that she spent a lot time on circumstances on the expense of house life. Mr. Rosenblatt, although, stated there was a philosophy behind their home insanity.
“Susan felt, and I agreed along with her, that an important factor dad and mom can do is about an instance,” he stated.
Ms. Hoffman, the couple’s eldest daughter, stated one little bit of household lore merged Ms. Rosenblatt’s authorized experience and parenting expertise. At one level, she stated, her mom acquired a used mini-school bus — yellow, after all — to move the brood right here and there. A Miami Seaside neighbor complained that parking a yellow college bus in a residential neighborhood was a violation of metropolis code. Ms. Rosenblatt, Ms. Hoffman stated, satisfied an administrative decide that if the bus weren’t yellow, it might be in compliance. So she had the factor painted inexperienced.
“That was my mother,” Ms. Hoffman stated by e mail. “She all the time had a particular approach of doing issues. Not like anybody else.”