Masha Dwosh Rozman, former deputy attorney general of New Jersey, died July 8, 2018. She was 73.
Rozman graduated from Barnard College in 1966 and earned a master’s degree in Slavic languages from Princeton in 1978. She later attended law school and earned a law degree.
She served as deputy attorney general in New Jersey’s Division of Law and Public Safety, working in Trenton while residing with her family in Lawrenceville.
She is survived by her husband, Gilbert F. Rozman *71, who retired in 2013 as professor of sociology at Princeton. She is also survived by a son and a daughter, Thea D.R. Kendler ’96.
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