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In loving memory of
Steve Rothlein
  • February 15, 1952
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  • November 30, 2021

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Steve Rothlein was born on Feb. 15th 1952 in Miami Beach, FL.He moved to New York when he was 16 years old.  There he graduated from John Jay College of Criminal Justice with a Bachelor’s degree.    He moved to Florida and accepted a position with the Miami Dade Police Department and went on to get his Master’s degree from the University of Miami.  He worked for the Miami Dade Police Department for 30 years.  He was a great family man who was very active in his children’s and grandchildren’s lives.  His family and friends will always remember him as a kind, giving, and humble person who had a very big heart.

The funeral is a closed service for family members only.  The family would like to thank everyone for their kind thoughts.  In lieu of flowers, please give to the National Parkinson’s Foundation or the Michael J. Fox Foundation.


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  1. Leon Johnson posted an image:
    18 Jan 2022
    Police academy graduation day - 1975
    Police academy graduation day - 1975

  2. Carol Breslin says:
    05 Dec 2021
    Matt, I am so very sorry for you loss and pray that God's peace surround you and your family during this time. I know it is had to lose any close family member or friend but just remember that they went to sleep here on earth and woke up in the arms of our Lord. God bless you all.

  3. Paul and Debbie Gomulinski says:
    04 Dec 2021
    We have known Steve for over thirty years, ever since our kids played soccer together. We have never known a kinder, more patient and upbeat friend. We have shared many laughs, many Mexican dinners and many adventures. Rest In Peace, Steve. We will miss you so much !

  4. Ferraro Amia lit a candle:
    04 Dec 2021
    Lit since December 4, 2021 at 12:54:09 PM

  5. Anna lit a candle:
    04 Dec 2021
    Lit since December 4, 2021 at 12:10:24 AM

  6. Matt Rothlein says:
    02 Dec 2021
    My dad...my hero...I don't even have words to express what it feels like knowing that you are gone from this world. Since the day I was born, you have been a guiding light to us all. You were my father, role model, teacher, advisor, coach, friend...best friend, and just plain DAD. The world seems a little more dim right now, so we just have to shine brighter than ever because that is what you would have wanted. You taught us so many lessons, but none more important than what it means to be a family - one that sticks together when times are hard. That is who we are, and that is how we keep going. You are the greatest man I have ever known, and I can only hope to be just like you. I love you, dad.

  7. Anthony Wisniewski says:
    01 Dec 2021
    Steve was my loving father-in-law and he will be dearly missed. Although he battled Parkinsons all during his post-retirement life, he never once let it get in the way of showing love and selflessness to his family. It was a privilege to ask his blessing to marry Christine, and a joy to bring into this world our two wonderful children (Steve's grandchildren). Steve embodied the Jesuit ethos of being a "man for others." May this be an ideal we all aspire to and may we think of Steve Rothlein when seeking inspiration to do good in this world. May he rest in peace. Anthony W.

  8. Sandy Guttman says:
    01 Dec 2021
    With a sad heart I write this note. I have known Steve a really long time, worked with him and for him. There was never a finer person at the dept and off duty. There is too many examples for this space. Blessings for Luann and family. Rest In Peace is not sufficient for such a wonderful person but is what he deserves and more.

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