Born and raised in St. Louis and married to Michele K. Roth. He has two children, Craig B. and Candice S. Roth, and two grandchildren. Norman is a fourth generation owner/funeral director of Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel. Norman is semi-retired, but he still maintains an active role in the management of the funeral chapel. Throughout his professional career and personal life, Norman has been active in many organizations, including the New Mt. Sinai Cemetery Association and The St. Louis Men’s Group Against Cancer.
Born and raised in St. Louis and married to Norman I. Roth. She has two children, Craig B. and Candice S. Roth, and two grandchildren. Michele has been widely involved in community activities, including: the JCA Auxiliary and the Jewish Community Center. At the JCC she has been involved in the J Associates, supporter and sponsor of the Jewish Book Festival and Jewish Film Festival, sponsor and committee member of the JCC Golf Tournament.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Craig is a fifth generation family member/funeral director and is active in the day-to-day operation of the funeral chapel. He has two daughters, Rachel L. and Heather S. Roth. Craig has been active in many organizations and charities, including the Jewish Family and Children’s Service, B’nai El Congregation, Jewish Community Center and Block Yeshiva High School.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Judith was married to the late Gene Beckmann. She has one daughter, Felicia Beckmann. Judith has been an integral part of Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel for over thirty years.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Candice is a fifth generation family member active in the day-to-day operations of the funeral home. Candice is active in community organizations, including the J Associates and as a volunteer for the Annual JCC Golf Tournament.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Rachel is a sixth generation family member active in the day-to-day operation of the funeral chapel. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and Business Administration from Missouri State University. Rachel has been volunteering at the Annual JCC Golf Tournament for the past three years.
Born and raised in St. Louis, founder of Herman Rindskopf, Inc. later to be named Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel. Herman was married to Adelaide Blum Rindskopf and was the brother-in-law of Norman S. Roth. Herman began the firm in 1884 with Jonah Isaacs, working up until his passing in 1958, at the age 94.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Norman became partner and co-owner of the funeral chapel in 1916 when he joined his brother-in-law, Herman Rindskopf. Norman was married to Clara Blum Roth, with whom he had two children, Clarence B. Roth and Patricia Roth Bry. Norman was active at the funeral home until his passing in 1958, at the age of 62.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Clarence was married to Gertrude Rosenberg Roth. He had one child, Norman I. Roth. Clarence took over as the principal family member/director of the funeral chapel in 1958 upon the passing of his father and uncle. Sadly, Clarence passed away in 1964, at the age of 45.
Born in El Paso, Texas and raised in St. Louis, Clara was married to Norman S. Roth, with whom she had two children, Clarence B. Roth and Patricia Roth Bry. Clara became president and owner of the funeral chapel upon the passing of her husband. Clara was very involved in the Order of the Eastern Star and the B’nai Brith Women’s League.