Rose Hill is an Orthodox Jewish cemetery operating since August 25, 1892 in Colorado. The cemetery serves all Jews throughout the Denver community, regardless of synagogue or temple affiliation.  To be buried at Rose Hill, the deceased must have a Tahara, which is a ritual washing, a shroud and a kosher casket. In addition, the deceased must be accompanied by a ‘shomer’, or guardian on the journey from the mortuary to the gravesite.

Executive Director: Heshi Monaghan

Board of Directors:

President: Benjamin Kasztl
Vice President: Jason Cooper
Secretary: Madeline Slavin
Treasurer: Kenneth Saliman, CPA

Board Members:
Jason Cooper
Mel Engbar
Larry Fisher, M.D.
Sami Hazan
Steve Hutt – Immediate Past President
Noah Makovsky, M.D.
Avi Mehler
Miguel Mogyros, M.D.
Perry Nisson
Stephen Oxman, Esq.
Scott Pringle
Terry Samuel, M.D.

Honorary Board Members:
Lester Gold Z”L
David Goldstein Z”L
Jack Greenwald, Esq.
Ralph “Reevie” Lemberg Z”L
Richard Saliman Z”L
Myer Schaffner Z”L
Phil Mehler, M.D.

Office: Lottie Soble