Millie Rogow
February 2, 2022

MILLIE ROGOW:  Nearly 100 years old, of Pittsburgh, PA and California, died on February 2 in San Luis Obispo, CA. She was born in Baltimore, MD in 1922 and raised in Washington DC. She attended George Washington University and married the late Arthur Rogow of Pittsburgh in February, 1946. They were married for 62 years and had two daughters, Barbara Mendlowitz and Sally Rogow. Millie ably chaired Rodef Shalom’s Pulpit Decorations Committee for decades. One of her embroidered Torah covers adorns the pulpit in the Sanctuary. She proudly volunteered as a docent with the Carnegie Museum of Art for over 30 years and enjoyed giving tours to school children. Millie was an expert knitter, needle pointer, and flower arranger. She was a kind person and good friend. She and Artie loved traveling the world with family and friends. Millie is survived by her daughters, three granddaughters, Caryn Reese, Amy Davidoff, and Ariel Magid and two great grandsons, Benji and Blake Davidoff. Private Graveside Services and Interment. Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., family owned and operated.


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I miss all our family Concordia Club dinners Sunday night. Your mom was wonderful-kind and thoughtful. She will be missed. Love, us

By Susie Guttman - February 09, 2022

My heart and prayers go out to the family. I knew Millie through Rodef Shalom and working with her in Sisterhood. I loved running into her throughout the years - she was so upbeat, interesting to talk to, and always so elegantly dressed! She lit up the room with that smile and personality!

By Michele Gray-Schaffer - February 09, 2022

So sorry to hear about Millie’s death! I remember great times on Lang Court with a great deal of fondness! Both of your parents were very special people! Sending condolences and hugs! Janie

By Jane Singer Kart - February 08, 2022

Sally and Ariel, You have indeed lost a wonderful mother and grandmother and my heart goes out to you. There is nothing else like a mother’s love and your lives were made much richer by Millie’s example of a life well lived. May her memories be a blessing to you both. XOXOXOXO Jill

By Jill Russell - February 06, 2022

My condolences to the family of Millie Rogow. Her commitment to the Rodef Shalom Congregation and the Carnegie Museum of Art are greatly appreciated. I am a member of the Rodef Shalom Congregation and was associated with the Carnegie Museum for many years!

By Richard M. Gordon - February 05, 2022