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Baruch Dayan HaEmet: Sheila Bugdanowitz z”l, CEO of Rose Community Foundation

star-of-davidS heila was the wife of Rick Bugdanowitz; Mother of Michael (Karine) Bugdanowitz and Bradley Bugdanowitz; daughter of the late Miriam & Milton Sherman; Sister of Carol (the late John) Sobel; Grandmother of: Charlotte Bugdanowitz & David Bugdanowitz; She is survived by many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, family, and friends.

Sheila was the longstanding President and CEO of Rose Community Foundation. She was highly regarded in the not-for-profit sector and received several accolades over the years. These included the Women of Distinction award from Girls Scouts Mile High Council and the Shrine of the Sun Award from El Pomar Foundation. She was also awarded the Kal Zeff Business Leader of the Year by Jewish Family Service.

Most recently, Sheila was named the Philanthropic Leader Honoree by Warren Village and a proclamation was issued by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper declaring February 20, 2016 as
“Sheila Bugdanowitz Day.”

Services will take place on Tuesday, December 6th at 1:00 pm
Temple Emanuel, 51 Grape St.
Interment to follow at Emanuel Cemetery

More information can be found at feldmanmortuary.com
Memorial donations may be made to Rose Community Foundation

May her memory be a blessing.

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