Roslyn Nexer Freeman
Living in joy and laughter is how we will always remember Roslyn Nexer Freeman, who passed away on October 1, 2016. Born May 29, 1950, in Philadelphia, she was the devoted daughter of Max and Sylvia Nexer and a proud graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School.
Since arriving from Miami in 2011, Roslyn loved Santa Barbara’s beautiful and inclusive community, and the special friendships that it fostered.
Roslyn was known for her sense of style, continued exploration of spirituality, and her pleasure of sharing with others. She loved flowers, dancing, making art, her Jewish heritage, and traveling the world. She was an enthusiastic participant at Santa Barbara City College’s Center for Lifelong Learning.
Her greatest pleasure and pride derived from her sons, Richard and Adam Freeman. They were the light of her life and she basked in their accomplishments and their love. They adored her.
Roslyn’s charm and vivacity captured many hearts and she will be profoundly missed, but always remembered with gratitude for touching so many lives with her outrageous humor and her zest for the simple spontaneities of life.
Memorial services will be held on Sunday, October 9, at 12:30pm at Lakeside Memorial Park in Miami.