Felecia Rozansky, the former owner of , spoke to Patch recently regarding the closure of her business.
"My reason for selling the shop is entirely due to family obligations," Rozansky said. "In order to really start a new business it has to be your number one priority."
Rozansky fulfilled a lifelong dream of her own by opening on Sept. 15, 2011 at 347 Newbridge Rd. in East Meadow, and a portion of her cookie proceeds went to the Autism Society. She even established a fund called the "Eric Rozansky Fund for Accepting People with Autism," which was named in honor of her son that has Asperger's Syndrome.
Although she didn't elaborate, Rozansky sold the shop to Hederline Benjamin, who changed the name of the bakery to . She kept a lot of the same items that Rozansky had while she was the owner.
"As much as I loved my little cookie shop, I love my family more and I just couldn't do both," Rozansky added. "I wish Hederline Benjamin the very best of luck."
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