Additional Rothman Written Works

Eulogy of Philip Rothman

My Father, Philip Rothman, was a serious man. While he could become interested in irony, and brought to smile by exaggeration, for him, his life was serious—and intensely focused: On taking care of himself and us, supporting the Jewish People, and his country. He rooted for every man, woman and child on earth, of every background, who was working hard, trying to improve his/her life or anyone who was an innocent victim.

Eulogy of Richard Sheffield

Thank you, Reverend Taylor, for being here. You honor us with your presence. I am 62 years of age. When I was 24, I met the 44-year-old Richard Sheffield. By that time in his life, he appeared to me as a combination of and resembled (in many people’s minds) National Football League Legend Jim Brown, and Hollywood Icon, Cary Grant.

Eulogy for The Hon. Jack Drakeford

Thank you, Rev. Taylor. To Virginia, Gina, all the members of the Drakeford Family, to all of Jack’s dear friends. To all of the distinguished clergy here today, present and past elected officials, especially all the Mayors, Council people and Englewood City workers who had the privilege of knowing and working with Jack Drakeford, to everyone here from Englewood (blood relation or not) who are part of the Englewood family, ladies and gentlemen.

Newsletter From Congressman Rothman to His Constituents about his continuing efforts in the Hackensack Meadowlands

Dear Friend, Something big is about to happen, and it is about to happen in a place where many least expect at. Within the next ten years, I predict that the Hackensack Meadowlands (on land outside of the Arena/Giants Stadium property) will go from being written off as a swampy wasteland and garbage dump site to a nationally and even internationally renowned environmental park.

Englewood Progress: 1983-1988
Englewood Progress: 1983-1988 A report by Mayor Steven R. Rothman Englewood pleased city no longer has highest tax rate. (The Record) City bond rating rises (Suburbanite) Both Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s found that Englewood’s credit worthiness and financial stability are better than when the city was last rated in 1982. (Suburbanite) Englewood’s finally a hot place to build. (New…
Englewood Progress, 1983-1988

Quality of Life by Mayor Steven R. Rothman, January 1988.

Englewood Progress, 1983-1988

A Final Report by Mayor Steven R. Rothman, January 1988.