In Memory of Anita Post

   

  

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Anita (Roseman) Post 

October 4, 1947 - April 8, 2019 

Anita (Roseman) Post has gone to heaven to be with those who have passed before her. She was preceded in death by her mother, Ida Roseman; brother, Larry (Harriet) Malamut and dear mother-in-law, Eleanor Post. Anita leaves behind her husband, Harvey (Hap) Post; daughters, Wendy (Andrew Rummer and Abby) and Marla (Fred Gordon and Zachary). 

Anita suffered from complications of post polio syndrome and put up a strong fight for many years. May her memory be a blessing to all that knew her, as it is to us. 

Thank you to the Akron Post Polio Support Group for the years of education, fellowship and friendship. 

Graveside service will be held Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 4 p.m. Anshe Sfard Cemetery, 310 Swartz Rd., Akron. Shiva for friends and family will be held Tues., April 9, 2019 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the home of Marla and Fred Gordon, 4191 Westbourne Blvd., Copley. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Hospice of Western Reserve Medina or Summa Rehab. We are eternally grateful for the excellent care they have provided in the past year, allowing us to create even more precious memories.

 

 

Published in Akron Beacon Journal on Apr. 9, 2019

IN LOVING MEMORY OF ANITA POST…. Most of you have known our dear member, Anita Post, over the many years she was a member of our support group.  It is with great sadness to inform you she recently passed away with her family by her side.  She had a bad fall, falling backwards and hitting her head, and was taken immediately into hospice.  She remained there close to three weeks and had rebounded somewhat, though suddenly spiraled downward and passed peacefully on April 8, 2019. 
 
Anita was born on October 4, 1947 and was a wonderful wife to her husband, Harvey, and a great mother to her two daughters, Wendy and Marla and loved the joy of being a grandmother.  Her career was being a preschool teacher.  She loved to laugh, had a great sense of humor, always had a smile on her face and always thought of other people.   
 
Anita got polio in her upper torso.  She suffered from complications of post-polio syndrome and put up a strong fight for many years. Anita never felt sorry for herself.  Once she had rods placed in her back, she suffered with a great deal of pain.  Years back, as a member of our group, Anita was quite active in the early 90’s, helped with the newsletter and was involved in many of its activities, as well as being a member of the ladies’ group (the Ya-Ya’s) a couple decades ago who met monthly. 
 
Anita will be deeply missed by our entire support group, as well as all who knew her, though she remains in our hearts always.  Our polio group has sent a donation to Western Reserve in Medina, a charity the family requested in her memory.  -  Brenda Ferguson
 

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