Sandy Rozelman, the author of “Who Said Jews Aren’t Funny?” is a wife, mother of three, grandmother of four, at the beck and call to one dog and two cats, friend, facilitator for a wellness support group, collector of frogs (notice frog on the cover of my book), maker of chocolate candy, knitter for charity, volunteer, puzzle and game lover, poet, singer and retired.

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