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Obituary: Rose Zieff

Rose Zieff passed away in her home in Fraser on Oct. 14, 2008. She was 92 years old.

She will be truly missed.

Rose Imhoff Zieff was born in New York on Dec. 21, 1915. She was married to Bernard Zieff in April 1936 in New York. Rose and Barney moved to Chicago after leaving New York in 1944. Rose raised her two sons, Dick and Marty, as well as working part time for Saks 5th Ave and the Boy Scouts of America.



Rose and Barney retired in 1976 and moved to Ft. Myers, Fla.

In 1976, Rose and Barney came to Winter Park and fell in love with Grand County.



They purchased a condo at Hi Country Haus in Winter Park and this became their summer residence until Rose’s husband, Barney, passed away in 1995.

Rose moved to Denver in 1999 and lived at Shalom Park Assisted Living. Due to illness, Rose moved permanently to Fraser in June of 2006 and lived with her son, Dick, and his family.

She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Dick and Eileen Zieff of Fraser; son and daughter-in-law, Marty and Diana Zieff of Grand Lake; grandchildren, Jon and Tracy Zieff of Chicago, Ill.; Jim and Michelle Zieff of Aurora; Julie Zieff and

Tom Harris of Fraser; Shari Zieff of Salt Lake City, Utah; Jennifer Zieff of Fraser; and Michael Zieff of Fraser; great grandchildren, Kiera Zieff, daughter of Jim and Michelle Zieff, of Aurora; Chanell Browne, daughter of Mark Zieff, of Anchorage, Alaska and Anna Lynn Harris, daughter of Julie Zieff and Tom Harris, of Fraser. She is also survived by her brother, Irv Imhoff of San Diego, Calif.

There will be a celebration of her life at Deno’s Mountain Bistro in Winter Park on Nov. 9, 2008 from 4 to 9 p.m. We hope all of you who knew her will join us to celebrate and share memories.


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