Rose L. Shure

Mic manufacturer Shure has announced the passing of its company Chair.
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Shure has announced the passing of company Chair Rose L. Shure.

A statement from the firm says that Mrs. Shure passed away peacefully at her home.

The statement read: "For more than 60 years, Mrs. Shure has served as an inspiration to all Shure Associates, past and present She was a role model for Shure’s core values and basic principles, created by her husband and Company founder, Sidney N. Shure, that have guided the company.

The welfare of Shure and its associates was her highest priority. Business integrity, respect, and fair treatment for all were her motivators. She provided a work environment that inspired creativity, fostered pride in making products of the highest quality, and encouraged all Shure associates to reach their personal potential.

Sandy LaMantia, Shure’s CEO, commented: “We have had the privilege of working with a truly extraordinary woman. Our company and many charitable and cultural organisations have benefited from her thoughtfulness and generosity. I am confident that the legacy left to us by Mr. and Mrs. Shure will continue to endure in our hearts and in our minds. That is exactly the way Mr. and Mrs. Shure would want it to be.”

Mrs. Shure’s family will hold private funeral services.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sidney N. Shure Kehilla Fund, the Jewish Community Center of Chicago, 30 S. Wells Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60606, or a charity of your personal choice.

Please address all communications, questions, cards, etc. to Mark Brunner, Shure Incorporated, 5800 W. Touhy Avenue, Niles, Illinois 60714-4608. Or contact Mark at +1-847-600-6480."

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