Miriam (Mickey) Roth Bladen

December 7, 1920 — July 27, 2022

Tampa

Miriam (Mickey) Roth Bladen

Miriam (Mickey) Roth Bladen passed away on July 27 at the age of 101 ½, in Tampa, Florida. Mickey was born on December 7, 1920 in Toledo Ohio. She was predeceased by her parents, Nellye Zimmerman Roth and William Roth and her brother, Hillel Mark Roth. After graduating from Scott High School, she moved with her family to Syracuse, NY. Mickey met the love of her life, Dr. George Bladen, who predeceased her in 1990, when they both worked at Bradley Brook Camp. They had a busy, and happy life raising 3 children. Always active, Mickey was an avid golfer, and bowler, and loved following Syracuse University sports. She belonged to Lafayette Country Club and The Cavalry Club. She was a member of Temple Society of Concord and their Sisterhood. Mickey was President of the Onondaga Council of Camp Fire Girls, President of Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, and active in Fayetteville Manlius Sports Boosters. After moving to Boynton Beach, FL, Mickey continued being active in golf leagues and doing volunteer work. Mickey moved to Tampa at the age of 96. When she became a great grandmother, Mickey gave herself the nickname "The Great One" and she certainly was. Mickey is survived by her 3 children, Lee (Cecilia Gracia), Ann (Ronald) Rudolph, Marty (Dawn), 5 grandchildren, Randi (Peter) Shaw, Nell (Chris) Davis, P.J. (Kelly) Rudolph, Jared (Kristen) Bladen, and Gabriela Gracia. The Great One's 6 great grandchildren are Eli Shaw, Parker Shaw, Sadie Shaw, George Davis, James Davis and Brantley Bladen. A memorial and shiva will be held at the Rudolph home at 6:30pm on September 24th 2022.
Contributions can be made to The George Bladen Clinic, Elmcrest Children's Center, 960 Salt Springs Road, Syracuse, New York 13224, www.elmcrest.org/donate, or the charity of your choice.  

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