This house is owned by Cynthia Boardman, daughter to the late Leighton & Honey Rosenthal.

Leighton Rosenthal, who passed away in 2003, was the chief executive officer of Work Wear Corp., a Cleveland-based manufacturer of work clothing founded by his father. Mr. Rosenthal was a trustee of CleveTrust Realty Investors and Huntington Bank, as well as trustee for life of the Jewish Community Federation and a trustee of the Landmarks Preservation Commission in Palm Beach, Florida. Mrs. Rosenthal passed away in December 2005. She had been on the Women’s Committee of the Cleveland Orchestra, volunteered at the Goodrich-Gannett Neighborhood Center, and was on the Board of the Western Reserve Historical Society.
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@ 2008-04-19 14:35:26
For Cynthia..I worked for Mr. Rosenthal for Mr Rosenthal at Work Wear as Director of Personnel; that was some years back..I am 54 now and just wanted to say your father was a very kind man gave me my start in the business world. I worked under Sandra Vosburgh who was a great Mentor to me as well. I still live in downtown Cleveland, but have many wonderful memories of Work Wear and the people there. You just don't find companies like that anymore. He was very wise and Work Wear prospered ..however, when he left no one knew how to run the company as he did. Work Wear to me was the best job I had in my life. I will never forget it and the memories. I just wanted to say this as I remember years back when you visited the company. These days I work as an Administrative Assistant.

Kindest Regards to you.
- Anna M
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