Laurence S. Rodenstein, (75), of Tucson, Arizona passed away on June 2, 2023.\n\nLarry was born to Rose (Aronson) and Jacob Rodenstein in Brookline, Massachusetts on April 15,1948. Growing up in Roxbury and Quincy, Massachusetts, Larry attended college at theUniversity of Massachusetts - Amherst and received his Masters of Science from the Universityof Wisconsin - Madison in Industrial Relations. After graduating, Larry began his lifelong careeras a labor representative for unions near Eau Claire, Wisconsin representing nurses and serviceworkers at 1199 and AFSCME Council 40 in and around Madison, Wisconsin. Following hisretirement, Larry moved to Tucson, Arizona where he met his life partner and best friend,Elizabeth Boyer, and cared for his two dogs, Bernie and Leah.\n\nLarry is survived by his partner, Elizabeth Boyer of Tucson, Arizona, and children, Betsy (and Joe)Reznikoff of Madison, Wisconsin, Shanna Brown of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and DavidRodenstein (and Mecale McAtee) of Boise, Idaho. He is survived by his siblings, Morris (andJudy) Rodenstein of Silver Springs, Maryland, Alan Rodenstein (and LouAnn Flanz) of Houston,Texas, and Andrea (and Danny) Spandau of Boca Raton, Florida. Larry is also survived by hisgrandson, Frank Sigmund McAtee Rodenstein, and his nieces and nephews, Sarah (and Louis)Jay, Asaf Rodenstein, Jonathan Rodenstein, Danny Schwartzer, Amy (and Dylan) Riback, as wellas his best friends, Howie and Debbi Fried of Madison, Wisconsin.\n\nKnown for his love of rock n' roll, all things Boston - especially the Celtics, and quick wit, Larryhad a big personality. We will remember him for his keen intellect, fun and fearless energy, andhis willingness to stand up for what he believed in. Larry fought for fairness in the workplaceand fortunate were those for whom he advocated. In his spare time, he loved exercising,soaking in the sun at the beach or in the desert, keeping an eye on politics, listening to music, aswell as spending time with friends and family.\n\nLarry's family will host a celebration on life in the summer of 2023 in Madison, Wisconsin.\n\nThere are no gallery images.