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JEWISH EXPONENT DEATH NOTICES
NOVEMBER 2011
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BATT
BORENSTEIN
CHARLICK
COOPERMAN
DOROTHY (nee SHUSTER) BATT died on
October 27, 2011. She resided in Moorestown, NJ, formerly of Mt. Laurel.
She was a bookkeeper, secretary and Key
Punch operator for the IRS. She was a member of ORT. Wife of the late SIDNEY J. BATT;
mother of CYNTHIA BATT and HOWARD
(PEGGY SUE) BATT; grandmother of
ANDREW, ANNIE and AMANDA.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Alzheimer's Association 399 Market
Street Suite 102 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19106
MAX BORENSTEIN, of Philadelphia, PA and
formerly of Levittown, passed away on
October 19, 2011 at Nazareth Hospital. He
was 96. He was the beloved husband of the
late BEATRICE BORENSTEIN for 43 years.
Born in Philadelphia, PA, he was the son
of the late MORRIS BORENSTEIN and
MARY BERNSTEIN. He attended Central High
School, Class 158, and graduated from
Temple University in 1936 with a degree in
Education. He worked as a teacher and at the
U.S. Post Office before joining the U.S. Army.
He served in Europe for 4 years during World
War II and was wounded in Germany in
1945. Professionally, he had a long career as
a CPA and with the U.S. Government, retiring
as a senior agent from the Internal Revenue
Service. He enjoyed a good game of cards,
especially pinochle, and competitive table
tennis, winning several Bucks County,
Philadelphia and Pennsylvania state senior
championships. He was most passionate
about studying math and finding the beauty
in solving the most intricate of problems, and
shared his insights as a mentor and tutor. His
collection of mathematics and science books
could rival many university collections. He
generously contributed to many causes
dear to him, including the American Cancer
Society, Jewish Family Services of Philadelphia and Federation for the Blind. He was
an ardent Philadelphia sports fan, and
took pleasure in watching his grandchildren
play baseball and basketball. He is
survived by Brother, JULES BORENSTEIN
and Sister, PAULINE TORCHON and his
children; RICHARD BORENSTEIN and his
wife, VIRGINIA, of Yorktown, VA, PAUL
BORENSTEIN and his wife, JANE, of
Martinez, CA and TRUDY SUGIURA and
her husband, YASUO, of Princeton, NJ.
He is also survived by his 6 grandchildren
JEFFREY BORENSTEIN (SARAH), GREGORY
BORENSTEIN, MAXIMILLIAN SUGIURA,
ALEXANDER SUGIURA, CARA BORENSTEIN,
and EMILY BORENSTEIN and his great
grandchild ISAAC BORENSTEIN. He was
predeceased by his beloved grandchildren
DOUGLAS and LISA BORENSTEIN. Contributions in his memory may be made to the
American Diabetes Association and Jewish
Family Services of Philadelphia.
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KAREN CHARLICK died on Nov. 11, 2011.
She was a real estate salesperson and
resided in Tamarac, FL. She was the sister of
RICHARD CHARLICK and STAN CHARLICK.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
MARLENE COOPERMAN (nee SHEPPER) of
Penn Valley, PA formerly of Queens, NY.
Beloved wife of BARRY S. COOPERMAN for
48 years. Adored mother of JACQUELINE
ARIANE COOPERMAN (JASON SHREDNICK)
and MICHAEL JACQUES COOPERMAN.
Besotted and beloved grandmother of LIVIA
CHLOE SHREDNICK, sister of DONNA
SHEPPER and MYRA ZARNOWSKI. An
accomplished attorney, and a devoted and
loving friend and family member. Memorial
Services were held on Fri., Nov. 11, 2011,
at The Morris Arboretum in Phila., PA. Donations to the Marlene Shepper Cooperman
Fund, Vassar Class of 1963, supporting the
French Department. Perry Liberty, Box 737,
Vassar College, 124 Raymond Avenue,
Poughkeepsie, NY 12604.
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EVELYN C. BERNSTEIN, (nee CARMIN) died
on November 10, 2011, of Media, PA. Wife
of the late EUGENE M. BERNSTEIN; mother
of MARC A. (JOLENE) BERNSTEIN and
ROBERT L. (IRENE) BERNSTEIN. Sister of
EUNICE (ROBERT) EHRLICH; Grandmother
of BRENT BERNSTEIN.
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BERNSTEIN
NORMAN L. BERNSTEIN a school teacher
died Nov. 10, 2011, he resided in Northeast
Phila. Husband of SUSAN (Nee FEDER),
father of LISA LUSKIN (JOE), ROBERT
BERNSTEIN and FAITH CRAGER (DAVE
ZONICH); brother of ALLEN BERNSTEIN
(ANNILIESE), NORMA NORRIS, BETTY
MARINOFF, SHEILA CHALMERS (JOE) and
JOYCE BERNSTEIN (GLEN); grandfather of
ERIC GRAGER and SHANE LUSKIN.
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BOGDANOFF
HENRY BOGDANOFF, age 90, died on Nov.
14, 2011. He was a resident of Brigantine,
New Jersey, formerly of Philadelphia. He was
a WWII Navy Veteran and a retired manager
for a general merchandise store. Husband of
BERNICE (nee RUBIN) of 67 years; father
of MARCY (ERNIE) BROWNSTEIN, BRUCE
BOGDANOFF, and PHILIP (ELLEN) BOGDANOFF; grandfather of ARON (MANDY), LISA
(MARC), IRA (JENNY), JAY, JEREMY,
JASON, and the late AMY; and great
grandfather of JACOB, ADAM, HAILEY,
MADISON, and ZOE. Contributions in his
memory may be made to a charity of the
donor's choice.
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BRAVERMAN
BEATRICE DAVIS BRAVERMAN was born on
November 17, 1917 and died on November
7, 2011. With her late husband, DAVID
BRAVERMAN, she owned Official Sales and
Service on N. Broad St. in Philadelphia.
Together they traveled around the world and
had many friends. BEA will be remembered
as a stylish and sparkling lady, who cared
deeply about her relatives and friends. She
is survived by her daughter and son-inlaw, MARILYN and ROBERT STEINER, her
grandchildren, EMILY STEINER and PETER
DECHERNEY, and her great-grandchildren,
SOPHIA and ASHER DECHERNEY. Funeral
services were held at Montefiore Cemetery in
Jenkintown on Wednesday, November 9th.
Contributions in BEA'S memory can be made
to the Philadelphia Zoo.
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BRIER
IRENE E. BRIER, died Wednesday October
26, 2011 in Bala Cynwyd, PA. She was born
October 14, 1928 in Philadelphia, PA the
daughter of BENJAMIN and FAY (nee LAPIN)
BADER. IRENE, as described by many, had a
heart of gold, and was as beautiful on the
inside as she was on the outside. She is
survived by JACK BRIER, her husband of 63
years; one sister, SHIRLEY ORLINER; one
daughter, JANE (DORON MATZKIN); two
sons: MICHAEL (MARIE) and KEN (LESLIE)
BRIER; and six grandchildren.
BRINGHURST FUNERAL HOME
AT WEST LAUREL HILL CEMETERY
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BROWN
SONIA BROWN, age 100, died on October 23,
2011. She resided in Seattle, Washington,
formerly of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Wife of the late BORAH BROWN; mother of
LELA (DONALD) SEIDEL; DR. ZANE (CECELIA) BROWN, and DR. HAROLD (ANNE)
BROWN; and also survived by 6 grandchildren and 7 great granddaughters.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
Hadassah, 1518 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 19102.
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BRUCK
ARTHUR BRUCK died November 15, 2011.
He was a Veteran of WWII. Brother of the late
DR. RHODA BRUCK. Cousin of DR. MARVIN
ROSEN and LINDA ROSEN. Close friends of
JAN and ED WRIGHT and RACHEL DORIA.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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BURD
BERYL (nee SNOWVICE) BURD died on Nov.
10, 2011. She was a retired comptroller and
resided in Center City. She was the beloved
wife of EMANUEL H.; cherished mother of
BILLIE ERWIN (ROBERT), BARBARA BURD
and NANCY BURD NASIELSKI (MELVIN);
sister of SHIRLEY EDELMAN (LEONARD) and
loving grandmother of ADAM ODOSKI and
KATHARINE BURD NASIELSKI. Contributions
in her memory may be made to MANNA,
2323 Ranstead Street, Philadelphia, PA
19103 or to a charity of the donor's choice.
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CAHN
PAULINE CAHN, age 93, died on October 27,
2011. She was a homemaker who resided in
Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. During WWII,
she volunteered for the Armed Services. She
worked as a bookkeeper, was President of
Pioneer Women, ran Nes Ami Synagogue Gift
Shop, and was a fund raising Chairman for
Hadassah. Wife of the late DR. MILTON M.
CAHN; mother of LORRAINE (MICHAEL)
CAHN WILBURN, REBECCA (STANLEY) LIEBERMAN, and the late LEONARD CAHN;
Bubby of MIRIAM & DAVID (MARIA) LIEBERMAN; and great Bubby to OLIVIA.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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MONA CHERASHORE died October 27, 2011,
of Shawmont Ave., Phila. PA. Daughter of
ADELE (nee YABLON) CHERASHORE CRANE
and the late HOWARD CHERASHORE; sister
of the late SPENCER ALBERT CHERASHORE;
stepdaughter of the late RICHARD CRANE;
step-sister of SUSAN CRANE GOTTFRIED
and JONATHON CRANE. The family respectfully requests that contributions in her memory be made to a charity of the donor's
choice.
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CHERNOFF
JACOB CHERNOFF, October 30, 2011. Beloved husband of MARION (KOCH RANDO)
CHERNOFF and the late MOLLIE (SANDGARTEN) CHERNOFF. Devoted father of GAIL
TOMASCO
and
JARREL
(ELAINE)
CHERNOFF. Beloved brother of SARAH
CHARNEY,
BERNARD
(ELEONORE)
CHERNOFF and YETTA GOLDMAN. Devoted
and loving PopPop JAKE of CRAIG
(DEBORAH)
CHERNOFF,
JEFFREY
CHERNOFF, MICHAEL TOMASCO and
MATTHEW (KAY) TOMASCO.
Loving
step-father of RICHARD (LISA) RANDO,
DAVID (LAURIE) RANDO and CAROLYN
RANDO. Devoted and Loving Great-PopPop
of PAIGE CHERNOFF, JADYN CHERNOFF and
HEAVEN KERR. Loving Grampy JACK of MARISSA NAVARRO. Interment Mt. Sharon
Cemetery, Springfield, PA.
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COHEN
LYNETTE (nee MARGOLIS) COHEN died on
Nov. 12, 2011. She was a retired salesperson
and resided in Northeast Philadelphia. She
was the wife of the late JACOB and mother of
STEVEN (NANCY) COHEN, ALISE COHEN,
SCOTT (CASSIE) COHEN and BARBARA
CRAWFORD. She is also survived by 9 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
American Diabetes Association, 150 Monument Rd Suite 100, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
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COHEN
PAUL "PIGGY" COHEN died on Oct. 17, 2011.
He was a retired luncheonette owner and resided in Center City Philadelphia. He was the
husband of MOLLIE (nee HINDIN) and the
late CLAIRE COHEN; father of BERNARD COHEN (LYNNE), AILEEN GREEN (KENNETH),
ESTHER GOODWIN and LONNIE WEINSTEIN;
grandfather of CRAIG COHEN (SUSAN), JAMIE KNIGHT (BOBBY), NOEL GREEN, BETH
HUGHES (ROGER), HELENE GEIGELMAN and
STEPHANIE GOODWIN and great grandfather
of LAUREN, MITCHELL, KEVIN and RYAN.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation
3962 S Delaware Street Englewood, Colorado 80110 or the American Diabetes Association Greater Philadelphia and Southeaster
NJ 150 Monument Road Suite 100
Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 19004
DION
DORIS (nee MARINE) DION, 86, passed away
peacefully after a long illness on October 24,
2011. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister. MRS.
DION was a writer, poet and playwright who
attended Temple University. She wrote poems about her family and for her synagogue,
Beth Sholom Congregation in Elkins Park,
where she adapted and produced many
popular musicals for sisterhood events. She
was very active in the synagogue and also
served as the president of the sisterhood.
She is survived by her husband of 66 years,
ISADORE S. DION; children, ALAN DION
(DEBORAH), MICHAEL DION (GLORIA),
LINDA PODIETZ (ERIC), SAMUEL DION
(MICKI); eight grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren; her sister, HELEN
GOLDBERG and her sister-in-law, DEBBIE
MARINE. Contributions in her memory may
be made to Alzheimer's Association
www.alz.org
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DOZOR
CAROLYN (nee Dolberg) November 5, 2011,
formerly of Havertown. Wife of the late
DR. LEON P. DOZOR. Loving Mother of
BARRY C. (ROSE) DOZOR, ALLEN (DONNA)
DOZOR and ROBIN (IRA L.) STRAFF. Grandmother of JOSHUA (PATRICIA) DOZOR, IAN
DOZOR, COURTNEY DOZOR, DEAN (GABRIELLE) STRAFF, CARLY (DANIEL) RICHMAN,
RACHEL DOZOR and SAMUEL DOZOR. Great
grandmother of JACOB and KIERA DOZOR.
Contributions in CAROLYN'S name may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice .
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EISEN
ELSIE (nee TENENBAUM) EISEN died on October 22, 2011. She resided in Northeast
Philadelphia. She was the wife of IRVING
EISEN; mother of STEVEN EISEN (DEBBI)
and SANDRA STEIN (JAY); sister of TIBE
DAVID and grandmother of ELISE, JONATHAN, DAVID and MARK. Contributions in
her memory may be made to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 225 City Avenue
Suite 104 Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 19004
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SAMSON EISENBERG, age 97, died on
November 12, 2011. He was a retired home
improvement salesman who resided in
Jenkintown, PA. Beloved husband of the late
DOROTHY (nee BERENBAUM); beloved
companion of the late YETTA DRAPKIN;
father of DR. HARVEY (the late ROBERTA)
EISENBERG and RENE (MORTON) STEIN;
also survived by DR. SANDRA JANOFF and
ALAN KOBERNICK; and he leaves a legacy of
10 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, and
many nieces, nephews, and friends. Contributions in his memory may be made to the
Abramson Center for Jewish Life, 1425
Horsham Road, North Wales, PA 19454 or
the Roberta Eisenberg Scholarship Fund,
University of the Arts, 320 S. Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19102.
MOLLY FRIEDLANDER passed away on
October 18, 2011 of Cross River, NY.
Daughter of the late AMY P. (nee PEREZ).
Sister of the late GREGORY FRIEDLANDER.
Granddaughter of GARY and ROBERTA (nee
WOLFMAN) PEREZ. Great granddaughter of
RUTH WOLFMAN.
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AARON GOLDBERG, age 86, died on Nov. 16,
2011. He was retired president of Thermo
King Sales Company which he owned and
operated. He was past chairman of Thermo
King National Dealers Advisory Council and
also served as a representative to the Dealers
Advisory Council. He was a member of
Temple University Associates, a past member
of Congregation Adath Jeshurun Board of
Directors and Trustees, the Jewish Theological Seminary cabinet, and The Philadelphia
Geriatric Center. He was also a former
member of B'nai B'rith and Congregation Old
York Beth Am. MR. GOLDBERG served in
WWII in the aviation cadet program and
was a radio operator gunner. Husband of
the late JANET (nee KADANE); father of
DR. ALAN (FRAN) GOLDBERG, DR. MICHAEL
(MELODY) GOLDBERG, and DR. FREDRIC
(JULIA) GOLDBERG; and grandfather of
MARC, LISA, JOEL, JUSTIN (JESSICA),
COREY (CASEY), JESSE, and ALYSSA.
Please make donations to the Alzheimer's
Association, 225 N. Michigan Avenue, 17th
Floor, Chicago, IL 60601.
LAWRENCE GREENBERG died Nov. 9, 2011.
He resided in Philadelphia. Advertising executive with Ratheon for 50 years. Attended
Overbrook High School and 2 years at
Temple. Formerly worked at Gaudenzia
House as a volunteer. Member of GAMA
Social Group and Zionists of America.
Husband of MARILYN (nee KAHN),
father of PENNY GREENBERG and RIKI
(ROBERT) LAWRENCE, brother of ADELE
(CHARLES) BERKOWITZ; grandfather of LEE
GREENBERG-TORRES. Contributions in his
memory may be made to Penn Hospice, 1800
Lombard St., 6th Flr, Phila., PA 19146 or
American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust St.,
Philadelphia, PA 19103
NORMAN SOL KAPLAN died on Nov. 6,
2011. He was the former owner of Koplin
Electric Co. and resided in Elizabethtown, PA.
He was a Veteran of WWII and Past Master
of Equity Lodge. He was the father of
BJ KAPLAN and MICHAEL KAPLAN; former
husband of SHIRLEY KAPLAN and brother of
the late ABRAHAM KAPLAN. Contributions
in his memory may be made to St. Jude
Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude
Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105
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EMAS
FRANCES EMAS (nee ARNOLD) died on Oct.
29, 2011. Wife of the late JACK EMAS,
mother of DR. ROBERT (ELENA) EMAS and
MARCIA (BRUCE) COHEN and the late DAVID
EMAS, mother-in-law of SUSANNE EMAS,
sister of SARA ARNOLD, SR. AGNES LEONA,
HOWARD ARNOLD JR., ROSE FELTY and
JOSEPH ARNOLD; also survived by 7 grandchildren. Contributions in her memory may
be made to Congregation Adath Jeshurun,
7763 Old York Road, Elkins Park, PA 19027
or Chabad of Northwest Philadelphia, 7334
Rural Lane, Phila., PA 19119.
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FINEMAN
ROSLYN P. FINEMAN, (nee PAUL). passed
away on November 9, 2011 of Elkins Park,
PA. Wife of the late ISADORE FINEMAN.
Mother of VIVIAN FINEMAN, SAUL ALLEN
(LAURA RAE) FINEMAN and late DAVID
HARRIS FINEMAN. Grandmother of DAVID
and DARA. The family respectfully request
that contributions in her memory be made to
the American Cancer Society or the charity of
the donor's choice.
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FREEDMAN
JOSH FREEDMAN died Nov. 8, 2011. He was
a retired CPA and resided in Elizabethtown,
PA. He was the husband of the late WILMA;
father of ROBERT FREEDMAN (JENNIFER)
and SALLY FREEDMAN HARRIS; brother of
MILDRED HEINIG-COHEN; grandfather of
NOAH, JORDAN, BRITTANY and DANIEL and
great grandfather of ALEENA, ADELAIDE,
BRAILEY, MIKE, GABRIELLA and NICHOLAS.
Contributions in his memory may be made
to Masonic Charities c/o Masonic Home,
1 Masonic Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022
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FRIEDLANDER
AMY P. FRIEDLANDER (nee PEREZ) passed
away on October 18, 2011, of Cross River,
NY formerly of Penn Valley, PA. Mother
of the late MOLLY and the late GREGORY
FRIEDLANDER. Daughter of GARY and
ROBERTA (nee WOLFMAN) PEREZ. Sister of
JILL (EDWARD) GOBORA. Granddaughter of
RUTH WOLFMAN.
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FRIEDLANDER
GREGORY FRIEDLANDER passed away on
October 18, 2011 of Cross River, NY. Son
of the late AMY P. (nee PEREZ). Brother of
the late MOLLY FRIEDLANDER. Grandson of
GARY and ROBERTA (nee WOLFMAN)
PEREZ. Great grandson of RUTH WOLFMAN.
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KLARA FURMAN (nee MYERS) died Nov. 9,
2011 of Philadelphia, PA. Wife of the late
JOHN FURMAN. Mother of ALAN (LYNNE)
FURMAN, MARTHA (CHARLES) SCHLEIFER
and JOSEPH (REVA) FURMAN. Also survived
by 7 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
The family respectfully requests that contributions in her memory be made to Germantown Jewish Centre or to a charity of the
donor’s choice.
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GLADYS GASSEL (nee BRAVERMAN) died on
October 20, 2011. Wife of the late GERALD
GASSEL. Mother of SAMUEL GASSEL. Contributions in her memory may be made to a
charity of the donor's choice.
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GLABERSON
GERTRUDE (nee STEIN) a former salesperson, died October 29, 2011.
Wife of the
late HARRY. Mother of SONNY (BOBBI)
GLABERSON and BARRY (HONEY) GLABERSON, also survived by 7 grandchildren and
one great granddaughter. Contributions in
her memory may be made to the Abramson
Center for Jewish Life, 1425 Horsham Rd,
North Wales, PA 19454
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GLASS
JACK, November 3, 2011, of Jenkintown PA.
Husband of MARLENE (nee DAVIS). Father of
SHERRI (ERIC) LAMPERT, ROBERT (JACKIE)
GLASS, AARON KRAUSS, JOSHUA (JENNIFER) KRAUSS, JENNIFER (CRAIG) CERINO
and REBECCA (ROBERT) LAPIERRE. Brother
of BOBBI LIPSCHULTZ. Also survived by 12
grand-children. The family respectfully request that contributions in his memory may
be made to Congregation Keneseth Israel or
ALS Assoc.
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GLASSBURG
MABEL “MAE” R. GLASSBURG (nee
GREENSPAN) of Ann’s Choice, Warminster,
PA, formerly of Philadelphia. Wife of LEE
GLASSBURG. Mother of SANDRA GLASSBURG SLOANE (BRUCE SOLOMON), JUDITH
GLASSBURG WISNIA (RABBI ERIC WISNIA),
and MICHELE GLASSBURG. Grandmother of
SAMUEL, JEREMY, DANIEL, JESSE, and
GABRIEL SLOANE; SARA, DOV BENJAMIN,
and AVRAM WISNIA; HANNAH and LILLIE
BINDER. Great-grandmother of ZOEY, NOAH,
ETHAN, LUKAS, NATE, ANYA, and JONAH
SLOANE. Survived by her sister and brother,
FREDRICA (RICKY) WEISSMAN and F.
RUSSELL GREENSPAN. The family requests
that contributions in her memory be made to
Abington Hospice at Warminster, National
Brain Tumor Society/TEAM DOV, or Ann’s
Choice Scholars’ Fund.
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GOLDBERG
CULLMAN GOLDBERG, age 75, died on October 26, 2011. He was a retired jeweler who
resided in Richboro, Pennsylvania. Husband
of GERCIA (nee CHESNEY); father of
STEPHEN, MICHAEL, and JODI GOLDBERG;
and grandfather of SETH and SAMANTHA
GOLDBERG. Contributions in his memory
may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103.
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STANLEY B. GREENBERG, age 81, died on
October 25, 2011. He was a retired research
engineer for the Air Naval Development
Center who resided in Rydal, PA. Beloved
husband of CECILE (nee TICKNER); brother
of RICHARD “DICK” (CARLA) GREENBERG;
and also survived by nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Contributions in
his memory may be made to the Fox Chase
Cancer Center, 333 Cottman Avenue, Phila.,
PA 19111, or a charity of the donor's choice.
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HANKIN
SYLVIA HANKIN a homemaker died Nov. 7,
2011, she resided in Boynton Beach, FL. The
former SYLVIA SOIFERMAN, wife of the late
PERCH HANKIN and BERNARD KRAKOVITZ.
Mother of DR. ROBERT (KRISTINA)
KRAKOVITZ and GRACE PURUSHA (MAXINE
KRAKOVITZ). Sister of HARVEY SOIFERMAN
and GLORIA PERSKY. Grandmother of LOIE.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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KONEFSKY
LAWRENCE KONEFSKY died November 7,
2011, of Philadelphia. Husband of VERA.
Father of STEVEN KONEFSKY and the late
GARY KONEFSKY. Also survived by two
grandchildren. He was a Vet of the Marines.
He was also a retired merchant in Arizona in
the Health Food industry. Graveside services
were held at Roosevelt Memorial Park.
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KUSHNER
NATHAN KUSHNER a retired meat cutter,
died November 1, 2011. He lived in Northeast
Philadelphia. MR. KUSHNER was a Veteran of
WW II (branch of the Army). Husband of
HELEN (nee BERGER) and the late FLORENCE. Father of STUART (KAREN) KUSHNER
and ROBERT KUSHNER. Uncle of LEE CAPKIN, MARK (ELIZABETH) CAPKIN and GWEN
(STEVEN) CROSS. Brother of GOLDIE MANKIN , SARAH MOSKOWITZ, the late MAX
KUSHNER and the late ETHEL BARUCH, also
survived by 7 grandchildren. Contributions in
his memory may be made to Fight For SightPhiladelphia Chapter or the American Heart
Assocation, 5455 N. High Street, Columbus,
OH 43214 or the Young Israel of East Brunswick, 193 Dunhams Corner Road, East
Brunswick, NJ 08816.
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BETTY LEVITT GOODHART 92, passed away
on Tuesday October 18, 2011 in Trumbull, CT
at Spring Meadows Assisted Living Community. She grew up in the Strawberry Mansion
section of Phila. She raised her family in
Strawberry Mansion, Cheltenham, PA and
Ventnor, NJ and then moved to Clearwater,
FL. She is survived by her son, DR. GLENN P.
GOODHART (MONICA) and two daughters,
JANE GOODHART SMITH (JOEL) and
DR. WENDY GOODHART SOBELMAN
(BRIAN), 6 grandchildren, RICHARD (SARA)
and HOLLY SMITH; ROBERT (DEBORAH)
and ERIC SOBELMAN, JENNIFER and
MELISSA GOODHART, and 3 great grandchildren, ISAAC, MARIELLE and LILY SMITH.
She was pre-deceased by her husband,
DR. ROBERT R. GOODHART, a prominent
Cheltenham dentist. After graduating high
school, BETTY attended night classes at Univ
of Penn and Temple Law schools while heading the Legal Department at First Federal Savings and Loan Association. BETTY did a great
deal of volunteer and charitable work during
her life. She was a Hebrew Society Sunday
School teacher, a Girl Scout Master, and
co-founder with her sister, LILLIAN COHEN,
of the Downtown Jewish Orphan Home, now
the Child Guidance Center of the Univ. of
Penn. She was a life member of Hadassah
and Technion University, worked as a Director for both the United Fund and Allied Jewish Appeal, and served on the boards of Jewish Federation and Beth Sholom Synagogue.
In Florida, Betty was Councilwoman at large
in Bellair Beach for 15 years, a life member
and founder of Brandeis University Women, a
Board member of the Baumgartner Cultural
Center and Vice President of Hadassah for Israel and American Affairs. She also had an
antique and jewelry business.
SIDNEY E. HEROLD, ESQ., age 91, died on
November 11, 2011. He was a retired
attorney with offices at Broad & Chestnut for
over 50 years. He had permission to argue
before the U.S. Supreme Court, and he was a
veteran of WWII, serving as a Captain in the
Air Force. Beloved husband of PEARL (nee
LIEB); loving father of KEVAN (BETSY)
HEROLD and RIMA (ANDY) HIMELSTEIN;
and loving grandfather of JACQUELINE,
RACHEL and EVE HEROLD, and DANIEL,
ROBYN, and JEFFREY HIMELSTEIN. Contributions in his memory may be made to the
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 225
City Ave., Suite 104, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004.
THELMA KANEVSKY, owner of a commissary
died November 9, 2011. She resided in Elkins
Park, PA. The former THELMA TOOTCHEN,
wife of the late HERBERT; mother of LINDA
(STUART) GRADESS and PAUL KANEVSKY
(LUANNE SMITH); grandmother of HOLDEN
SLATTERY, BRANDON SLATTERY and ZANE
KANEVSKY. Contributions in her memory
may be made to a charity of the donor's
choice.
REUBEN LANDSBERG, age 92, died on October 28, 2011. She resided in Lions Gate in
Voorhees, N.J. Formerly of Philadelphia,
P.A., Margate, N.J., and Tamarac, F.L. He
was a jeweler and watchmaker on Jeweler's
Row on Samson Street. He served in the
Army during WWII in the 611th O.B.A.M.
Company G. He was a lifetime member of
Equity Lodge #591 F and A.M. He dearly
loved his family, the shore, and fishing.
He was a devoted husband of 63 years to
ROSE (nee MANIN) LANDSBERG; loving father of MARC (PAT), PEGGY (ALAN)
FRANKEL, FREDRIC (LISA), and GERALD
(STEPHANIE); grandfather of DAVID
FRANKEL, TED (KATHRYN) FRANKEL, JOEL
FRANKEL, SUNNE FRANKEL, NINA (JOEY)
WILLNER, MICHAEL, SCOTT, CHAD, LANE,
STEVEN, RACHEL, and SAMANTHA LANDSBERG; and great grandfather of ALANA,
JAMES, RACHEL, and SHANE.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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FLORENCE KUSHNIER (nee FINEMAN), age
95, of Bensalem PA died on Oct. 12, 2011.
Wife of the late ALFRED KUSHNIER; mother
of LEONARD (BETTY) and RONALD
(MARSHA) KUSHNIER; sister of BERNARD
and the late ISADORE FINEMAN; grandmother of SUZANNE GOLDSTEIN; SCOTT
and the late JOSEPH KUSHNIER, also
survived by 12 great-grandchildren.
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HENRIETTA G. (nee GOLDSTEIN) HOFFMAN
died Nov. 4, 2011. She was a retired teacher
and resided in Philadelphia. She was the wife
of the late JACOB J. HOFFMAN; mother of
EDWARD and SUSAN HOFFMAN and PHILIP
and HALINA BRUKNER HOFFMAN and
grandmother of MITCHELL ANDREW and
LAURA HOFFMAN
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JUNE (nee KARPO) LEKOFF BUDNICK died
Octoher 19th at Voorhees Senior Living in
Voorhees., NJ. Formerly of northeast Philadelphia, she was pre-deceased by husbands
BERNARD LEKOFF and MORRIS BUDNICK.
Beloved mother of devoted son ARTHUR
LEKOFF and daughter CAREN (MICHAEL)
GREY. Dear step-mother of VINCENT
(CAROLE) BUDNICK and MANYA (MICHAEL)
RIDENOUR. Also survived by seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Sister
of SANFORD (RITA) KARPO and sister-in-law
of JANICE and ALVIN BOOKER.
EDITH LISAN LEVIN, of Philadelphia, PA and
Boynton Beach, FL passed away November 9,
2011. She was born January 19, 1918,
daughter of MANUEL and ROSE LISAN
of Philadelphia and sister of BEATRICE
and PHILIP. She graduated from West Philadelphia High School in 1935 and married
her first husband, ALLEN ROBBINS on
June 27, 1943. The couple had two children,
BARBARA and REUVEN (RICHARD), and
shared a wonderful life until ALLEN'S death
in April, 1975. In November, 1983, EDITH
married LOUIS LEVIN. The couple moved to
Boynton Beach, FL in 1992. After LOUIS'S
death in 1997, EDITH remained in Boynton
Beach until she moved to Port St. Lucie, FL
in 2009. EDITH enjoyed spending time
with her children, BARBARA and RICHARD
(REUVEN), her grandchildren, JENNIFER,
ALLEN, AVI, and Zehava, and her greatgrandchildren, JOEY and LEXI RICHARDS.
She had many friends and loved to socialize,
travel, knit, play bridge and canasta, and
attend theater and concerts. She will be
remembered as being cheerful and giving and
a support to everyone she loved. EDITH is
survived by her brother and sister-in-law,
PHILIP and SELMA LISAN, her children
(BARBARA and ROB KIRBY and RICHARD
and ROSEMARY ROBBINS), her grandchildren (AVI and ZEHAVA ROBBINS, and
ALLEN and JENNIFER RICHARDS), and
her great-grandchildren (JOEY and LEXI
RICHARDS). She will be missed by all. The
family requests that donations be made to
Hadassah or to Congregation Tiferet Israel of
Austin, TX.
DONALD ROY LISS, 79, CPA, Silo's Salesman, Korean War Veteran October 20, 2011
DONALD ROY LISS, 79, died after a long battle with cancer, at his residence in Morton,
PA. A Philadelphia native and graduate of Olney High School and Temple University, he
was an Air Force bomber pilot in the Korean
War and a Purple Heart recipient. He worked
for 35 years at Silo's and as a CPA. He enjoyed sports, horse-racing, casinos and classical music. He is survived by his ex-wife,
friend and caregiver MIRIAM; two daughters,
CYNTHIA ZIMMERMAN and CHRISTA
CERRONE; six grandchildren, EDDIE, DANA,
DANIELLE,
ADRIANA,
LOUIS
and
JOEY; great-granddaughter GULIANA; and
neices and nephews. He was the youngest
son of the late BENJAMIN and HENRIETTA
(KRUPNICK) LISS, and was predeceased by
his brothers ALBERT, AARON and JEROME.
THELMA MATTLEMAN a medical receptionist
died on November 10, 2011. She resided
in Warminster, PA. The former THELMA
KAPLAN, wife of the late SAMUEL; mother of
DR. STEVEN (BARBARA) MATTLEMAN and
ROBERT (ELLEN) MATTLEMAN; sister of
FLORENCE (ALVIN) SAMUELS; grandmother
of SAMANTHA, CARA, SETH and TRACEY.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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GEORGE LESHNOV, age 93 of Roswell, New
Mexico, formerly of Philadelphia, PA, passed
away October 20, 2011. He is survived
by wife, BEATRICE LESHNOV, 3 children,
BEVERLY ROSEN, MICHAEL LESHNOV and
SHELLY CURRIER, 5 grandchildren and 12
grandchildren. GEORGE served his country
in the United States Army during the Second
World War in both Japan and the Philippines.
He was a member of the Jewish War
Veterans of Phila., PA. & BPOE Elks #461.
Donations can be made to Jewish War Veterans of the USA, Phila. County Council 7716
Summerdale Ave., 2nd flr., Phila., Pa. 19111
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BLANCHE LEVIN a homemaker passed away
on November 11, 2011, she resided in
Newtown Square, PA. The former BLANCHE
HERMELIN, wife of the late ISADORE,
mother of STANLEY (CHARLOTTE) LEVIN
and CHARLENE (STEVEN) KRANTZ; sister of
RUTH STUPINE; grandmother of SHARON,
LARRY, ALISA and COREY; great grandmother of JARED, LINDSAY and DANIEL.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1 Reed Street,
Suite 200, Phila., PA 19147 or Vitas Hospice.
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DR. HOWARD J. LEVIN died on October 27,
2011. He was 80 years old. HOWARD lived
in Plymouth Meeting, PA for many years and
then Warminster, PA for the past 9 years. He
received a B.S. in Pharmacy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Sciences
and an M.S. and Ph.D. from the Ohio State
University in Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
HOWARD worked for 29 years for Wyeth
Labs in Radnor, PA starting out in Pharmaceutical Development and then moving into
Pharmaceutical Development Administration.
He was the inventor of 10 patents, the author
of several scientific peer-reviewed articles,
and a presenter at many pharmaceutical conferences. He retired from Wyeth and then
joined Rorer Pharmaceuticals for an additional 10 years also in Pharmaceutical Development. HOWARD was very active in many
professional groups and then became active
in other aspects of his personal life after retiring. He leaves an adoring wife, DORIS (nee
ROTHBERG) whom he always told how lucky
he was to be with her through their 56 years
of marriage. Father of LARRY, DR. STEVEN
(SARA) and DANIEL LEVIN, dear brother of
GLORIA (NATE) LIPSHUTZ, grandfather of
BENJAMIN, JENNA, EDWARD, SAMUEL and
MATHEW, he was immensely proud of his
family and their accomplishments. His
grandchildren called him "PA" and he loved
his "PA" cap with the figures of all his grandchildren. As eulogized by his youngest son,
DANIEL, HOWARD was a warm, witty and
caring person and truly a mensch. He will be
sorely missed by all who knew him. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the
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HOWARD “TIPPER” G. LITTMAN, age 62,
died on November 10, 2011. He was an
accountant for a medical insurance company
who resided in Huntingdon Valley, PA.
Beloved husband of ELYSE (nee GERMAN);
loving father of BRETT (MONICA) LITTMAN
and TRACI (BILLY KORNBERG) LITTMAN;
dear brother of LESLIE (MICHELE) LITTMAN
and BILL (LISA) LITTMAN. Contributions in
his memory may be made to the American
Heart Association, Memorial Fulfillment Center, 5545 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43214.
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WINNETTE S. LEVITSKY a homemaker died
November 1, 2011. Long time member of
Congregation Beth Or. The former WINNETTE
SILVERBERG, wife of the late ROBERT;
mother of HOWARD W. LEVITSKY and DONALD I. (MITCHELL AUGARTEN) LEVITSKY;
sister of the late LOIS PEARL ; sister-in-law
of HAROLD PEARL. Also survived by loving
nieces and nephews. Contributions in her
memory may be made to Rabbi's Discretionary Fund Congregation Beth Or 239 Welsh
Road Maple Glen, Pennsylvania 19002
RUTH (nee GLOGOW) LUBLIN died on Oct.
29, 2011. She was a retired bank manager for
First Trust for over 10 years. She resided in
Bryn Mawr. She was the mother of ADAM
(MELISSA) LUBLIN and ROBERT LUBLIN;
sister of MARLENE (RICHARD) GOLDMAN
and grandmother of JONAH LUBLIN. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
M.D.S. Foundation, 4573 S. Broad Street,
Suite 150, Yardville, New Jersey 08620.
1-800-MDS-0839. www.mds.foundation.org
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SOPHIE S. LEVITT a retired dietitian died
October 22, 2011, she resided in Melrose
Park,PA The former SOPHIE SHTENDEL,
wife of the late SEMOND LEVITT. Mother of
JO ANN, MARJORY and JOEL LEVITT.
Grandmother of ANDREW, LEO and MICHAEL LEVITT. Contributions in her memory
may be made to Sunday Suppers Philly
7203 Lincoln Drive Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119 www.sundaysuppersphilly.org
or Philabundance 3616 South Galloway
Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148
www.philabundance.org
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ROSELYN LUGER (nee KOPF), died Nov. 13,
2011. She was a retired secretary for The
Defense Department who resided in Philadelphia, PA. Wife of the late HARRY LUGER;
mother of ZENA and the late STEVEN
LUGER; devoted friend of HINDA MOLDER,
PAIGE and JADE PASTELNICK.
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ALAN MARTIN died November 3, 2011 of
Seminole, FL. Father of SCOTT MARTIN.
Brother of EILEEN FINKELMAN. Also survived
by grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the Special Olympics.
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BERNARD October 14, 2011. Beloved husband of SYLVIA (SCHECHNER). Father of
MARJORIE (LEONARD) SCHWARTZ and
JUDY MENIN (PERRY CICCOTELLI). Grandfather of STEPHANIE SCHWARTZ (NOAM
KUTLER) and JEREMY SCHWARTZ. Special
Uncle of GERALD and ROBERT RUSSAKOFF.
Contributions may be made to Temple Sinai,
1401 N. Limekiln Pike, Dresher, PA 19025.
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HAROLD S., on October 29, 2011, of Atlantic
City, NJ and Del Ray Beach, FL., formerly of
Phila. Beloved husband of ANNETTE (nee
WALLACE) METZGER. Loving father of RICHARD METZGER, JOY LEPOND, STACEY
SMITH, SCOTT KLEIN and ADAM KLEIN;
devoted brother of LEONARD METZGER and
Special Pop-Pop to 6 grandchildren. Services
and interment private. Contributions in his
Memory may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Association.
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JOAN P. MEYER (nee FREEDMAN) of
Sarasota died Nov. 10, 2011. Beloved wife of
the late HERBERT MEYER. Beloved mother
of BENNETT (WENDI) MEYER, ANDREW
MEYER and
JILL GREBER. Beloved
grandmother of TEDD and KELLI MEYER,
JACOB and GABRIELLE MEYER and NIKKI
NIERENBERG. Graveside services were held
at the Beth Kehillah Cemetery, Egg Harbor
Township, NJ. The family requests donations
may be made to Gilda’s Club South Jersey,
www.gildasclubsouthjersey.org or Cong Beth
Judah, 700 North Swarthmore Ave., Ventnor
NJ 08406.
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JAIME MIJLIN, a native of Argentina, died on
October 25, 2011. He was an architect
and resided in Philadelphia. He was the
beloved husband of EILEEN ANITA (nee
ROSENTHAL-MILLER) and the late CECILIA
DORIN; beloved father of ERIKA VIVIENNE
and CARLA DORIN; loving brother of
MAURICE MIJLIN and the late NESTOR
MIJLIN. Contributions in his memory may be
made to American Association for Cancer
Research www.aacr.org
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ELAINE MORANZ, ESQ., of Newtown Sq., PA.
October 27, 2011. Wife of DR. JOEL
MORANZ. Sister of LARRY (SANDY) NEWMAN and SARAH (ELLIOTT) GOLDSTICK.
Sister in law of LISA (MARK) ERMINE. Aunt
of MATT, JENNY, MELANIE, JESSIE and
ERICA GOLDSTICK, SAM, MOLLY and
MAGGIE NEWMAN. Also survived by surrogate younger sister, business partner and
dear friend JANA S. PALEY. The family respectfully requests that contributions in her
memory may be made to Sandy Rollman
Ovarian Cancer Fdn., www.sandyovarian.org
or to a charity of donor's choice.
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BRAD ZALE MORRIS, October 28, 2011 of
Philadelphia, PA. Beloved son of IRENE (nee
PODOLSKY) and the late DAVID MORRIS.
Dear brother of RANDE (RON) DUBROW.
Also survived by adoring aunts, uncles,
nieces and nephews. Interment Shalom Memorial Park, Lower Moreland Twp., PA. The
family respectfully requests contributions in
his memory be made to the Ellen Dubrow Developmental Disabilities Fund at JFCS, 1301
Springdale Rd., Ste. 150, Cherry Hill, NJ
08003
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SYLVIA "TIBBY" (nee JACOBS) She was 83
years old and was a saleswomen for Sue
Baseman's a women's clothing store. Beloved wife of STANLEY NAGEL. Loving
mother of EILEEN BRESSLER (GARY) and
IVY LYONS (RICKY). Proud "Nan" of LINZI
BRESLER, CHASE BRESLER, HALEY LYONS
and COMET. Contributions in her memory
may be made to Gynecologic Oncology Memorial Research Fund c/o Abington Memorial Hospital Hanjani Institute for Gyn Onc
Att: Rhonda 1200 Old York Road Abington,
PA 19001
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LEATRICE T. NAIDS died on Nov. 13, 2011.
She was a receptionist and resided in
Northeast Philadelphia. She was the sister of
THEODORE NAIDS.
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CHARLES NATKIN, 93 years old, died on
Oct. 25, 2011 of Philadelphia, PA. CHARLES
was a Professional Photographer, owner of
Lewis Studio in Chester, PA. Husband of
EVELYN (nee WALDER), Father of SUSAN
NATOW, Grandfather of JASON (JENNY)
NATOW and ETHEL (JOE) COPPA. Greatgrandfather of ABBY and RYAN. Contributions in his memory may be made to a
charity of the donors choice.
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MARTIN J. PILTCH died on November 12,
2011 of Merion, PA. Husband of RHODA
(nee UNTERBERGER); father of SANFORD
J. (BUNNIE) PILTCH, GORDON D. (IDIT)
PILTCH and MELANIE B. PILTCH; grandfather of ALEXANDRA J. PILTCH, JACLYN V.
PILTCH, TALYA GOLDSMITH and NOGA B.
PILTCH; great grandfather of JULIUS. The
family respectfully requests that contributions in his memory be made to a charity of
the donor's choice.
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HOWARD RICHARD, a prominent trial lawyer
in Delaware County, passed away on October
29, 2011 at the age of 90. He grew up in
Perth Amboy, NJ. The middle son of LOUIS
and ANNE (nГ©e RICHARD) WEISBERG, he attended UCLA and then Rutgers Law School.
A member of the “Greatest Generation”, he
fought in World War II and then returned
home to Philadelphia where he began the
practice of law. He founded his own law practice in Delaware County, and built it into one
of the largest and most successful firms in
the County. His legal career spanned 5 decades. Widely regarded as a topnotch trial lawyer, he won many cases on behalf of “the little guy”. He also developed a specialty in
public sector labor law, representing police
and firefighters across Pennsylvania in wage
and benefit negotiations. His greatest source
of pride came from his success in addressing
what he saw as the imbalance of bargaining
power from which our first responders suffered. He conceived, drafted and shepherded
through the Pennsylvania legislature a law
known as Act 111, or the Binding Arbitration
Act, which gave equal power to police and
firefighters in collective bargaining through
the use of neutral arbitrators. The law is still
in effect today. He was married for 66 years
to MAE RICHARD, a lyricist in the NYC theater community, who passed away in 2009. He
is survived by his two loving children, LARRY
and BARBARA RICHARD. He led a life full of
joy and accomplishment, filled with loving relationships including his brother, NORMAN
RICHARD his late brother, MORTY RICHARD;
his sister-in-law, MIDGE GELBER; his daughter-in-law, D'ARCY LYNESS RICHARD; his
son-in-law, the late LAMAR PUGH; and many
other family, friends and colleagues. With his
many contributions to better society, it is his
love, humor, and generosity that will be
sorely missed. Services will be held at the
Broomall, PA, location of Joseph Levine &
Sons Funeral Home, 2811 West Chester Pike,
Broomall, PA 19008 (http://www.levinefuneral.com/locations/index.html) on Sunday,
November 20, 2011, at 2:00 pm Eastern time.
A reception will follow. For details, contact
Larry Richard at [email protected]
Donations in HOWARD'S honor may be
directed to The Hug Fund
(http://www.hugfund.org/).
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ESTHER RODA, a retired owner of the
woman's clothing store died October 18,
2011 at Aria Hospital - Torresdale Division
after a stroke. She was 78 and lived in Delaire Landing in Northeast Philadelphia.
MRS. RODA was born and grew up in Cuba.
She married MANUEL RODA and had 3 children. While bringing up her family, MRS.
RODA worked as a Hebrew teacher in the
Hebrew day school and was a clothing buyer
for her family's small department store at the
same time. After Fidel Castro came to power,
ESTHER and MANUEL saw how the country
was changing and decided to leave. However, diplomatic relations with the US had already been cut and therefore, they could not
emigrate to the US. They chose Israel.
On the night before the Jewish Holiday of
Yom Kippur, they closed the business as if
the business was closed for the Jewish holiday and with 1 suitcase apiece, the RODA
family left the country. Because of governmental restrictions on money in Cuba at that
time, they left with no money at all. Upon arriving in Israel and getting settled by the Israeli government, MRS. RODA immediately
took a job with the Wingate Institute in Netanya where she worked as a secretary as her
husband worked in the Israeli Diamond industry. However, after living in Israel for 6
1/2 years, the RODA's still had limited savings and decided that they would make plans
to emigrate to the US. Their plans, however,
got delayed with the advent of the Six Day
War. But after the Six Day War was over, the
RODA's left for the US. The family settled in
Oxford Circle in 1967 and immediately
ESTHER found a job as a secretary in the
Physical Therapy Department at the University of Pennsylvania to help provide for her
family. However, after working for 5 or 6
years, MRS. RODA wanted to open her own
clothing store and with a small loan from a
friend opened L & L Fashions on Willits Road
in the Northeast. A few years later, she
closed L & L and bought Claire's Smart Fashions on the 3100 block of Kensington Avenue
in Kensington. They later bought a second
store and opened Roda's Fashions 2 stores
away. She retired shortly after an auto accident in the early 1990's. Once she retired,
she became active in her local chapter of Hadassah and was always a member of a synagogue. When she lived in Oxford Circle, she
was a member of Beth Emeth Cong., then Oxford Circle Jewish Community Center. When
they moved to Delaire Landing, the joined
Temple Menorah-Keneseth Chai and lastly,
Ohev Shalom of Bucks County. After joining
Ohev Shalom, she joined their senior group,
Hazzak, and was an active participant in their
activities. MRS. RODA also spoke 4 languages: Spanish, English, Yiddish, and Hebrew. She was married for almost 62 years,
to the love of her life, MANUEL, She was the
mother of LUBA KELLMAN (DAN), RACHEL
GOLDSTEIN (CARL), and ISAAC RODA. She
was the sister of HILDA KOZOLCHYK and
SARAH FRIDZON. Grandmother of MICHAL
LEVY (YARON), YAEL KELLMAN, SETH
GOLDSTEIN (DARA), JOSHUA GOLDSTEIN,
ALEX RODA, ILAN KELLMAN, and SAMUEL
RODA. Great Grandmother of DROR LEVY
and MALACHI LEVY. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the Michael Levin
Fund for Lone Soldiers in Israel - 11 Vermeer
Road, Langhorne, PA 19053 (Please make
checks payable to FJC), Ohev Shalom of
Bucks County - 944 Second Street Pike,
Richboro, PA 18954 or Hadassah.
HOWARD ROSEMAN died on Oct. 25, 2011.
He was a retired salesman and resided in
Rydal, PA. He was a Veteran of WWII having
served in the US Navy. He was the husband
of LYNN (nee WOLF) and father of LARRY
(KSENIA) FIEL and JODI (RABBI JOEL
ALPERT) ROSEMAN. He is survived by three
grandchildren, LEE, NINA and BENJAMIN;
2 step grandchildren, LYNN and AVI and four
great grandchildren. Contributions in his
memory may be made to American Legion,
700 N. Pennsylvania Street, PO Box 1055M
Indianapolis, IN 46206 or Abington Hospice,
2510 Maryland Road, Suite 250, Willow
Grove, PA 19090
ESTHER (nee COOPER) SCHIFFER died on
October 30, 2011. She was a retired school
teacher and resided in Warminster.
She was the wife of the late LEON and
mother of MARK SCHIFFER.
PLOTNICK
ELAINE PLOTNICK (nee RAND) died Nov. 9,
2011. Wife of the late HERMAN PLOTNICK
and the late CHARLES FRIEDMAN. Mother
of NEAL (DIANE S.) FRIEDMAN, STUART
(ELLEN) FRIEDMAN, Stepmother of PHYLLIS
PLOTNICK and HARRIS PLOTNICK. Grandmother of ILANA, JESSICA, JEFFREY, ADAM
and SARAH. Great grandmother of ELENA.
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LINDA BARBARA (nee LANKIN) RENICK, of
Warminster, died on Nov. 1, 2011. She was
the wife of NORMAN; mother of DR. PHILLIP
(ASHLEY) RENICK and MICHELE RENICK;
daughter of SYLVIA and the late ALEXANDER
LANKIN; sister of BETTE PETROV and grandmother of ANDREW and CAMERON RENICK.
Contributions in her memory may made to
the American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust
Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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MEYER ROBINSON died on Nov. 7, 2011. He
was a retired salesman and resided in Elkins
Park. He was the husband of the late RITA
(nee BOLOFSKY); father of RANDI POLAND
and SCOTT (LINDA) ROBINSON and brother
of SIDNEY ROBINSON.
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ARTHUR CHARLES SAFT died October 31,
2011 of North Wales, PA. Son of HARRIET
ANN “HONEY” (nee LEIBOWITZ) and the
late GILBERT SAFT. Brother of STEPHEN R.
(ELLYN) SAFT and CRAIG E. (KATHY) SAFT.
The family respectfully request that contributions in his memory be made to JCHAI,
21 Bala Avenue, Suite #100, Bala Cynwyd,
PA 19004.
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SAGEL
STUART S., SAGEL, MD, 71, passed away on
November 11, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri.
He was born and raised in Philadelphia and
was a graduate of Central High School,
Temple University and Temple University
School of Medicine. He is survived by his
beloved wife of 43 years, BEVERLEE; his
sons, SCOTT, MD PHD (SHARON MD) of
Denver, CO, DARRYL (LAUREN) of New York
City, NY, and BRETT of Orange County, CA:
his grandchildren, JONATHAN, ANDREW,
GRAHAM, ELIANA and ALEXA. Son of
BEATRICE and the late SYDNEY SAGEL;
Brother of NANCY FLORIN and BRUCE
SAGEL; brother-in-law of MERLE NOLL. He
was a professor of Radiology at Mallinckrodt
Institute of Radiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis excelling
as a clinician, researcher and teacher. He
authored many manuscripts and the leading
textbooks of chest imaging and computed
tomography. He enjoyed traveling, photography, wine, sports and especially spending
time with his family. Memorial contributions
to Division of Oncology, Siteman Cancer
Center, Campus Box 8007, 660 S. Euclid Ave,
St. Louis, MO 63110
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SUZANNE BEATRICE (SMITH) SCHAFFER,
born September 22, 1930, died October 27,
2011 at Pennswood Village, Newtown, PA.
She is the daughter of ROBERT JAMES
SMITH, SR. and BEATRICE (HONEY); raised
in Brigantine, NJ, with her brother and sister
ROBERT and PEGGY. Sue attended Penn
Hall in Chambersburg, PA and Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Sue was a gourmet
chef/caterer and avid bridge player. Despite
being ill, SUE brought cheer and happiness to
all who met her. She is the wife of the late
PETER B. SCHAFFER, with whom she loved
to travel and she is survived by a son, SCOTT
and his family SYDRIA, RYAN and MARIELLE. She will be sadly missed but always
remembered. Donations in her memory can
be made to the Association for the Blind, 400
Freedom Drive, Newtown, PA 18940-1589
and the Jewish Women’s Foundation, c/o
Jewish Federation of Southern NJ, 1301
Springdale Road, Suite 200, Cherry Hill, NJ
08003-2761
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BEATRICE “ BEA” (nee DWORECK) Died on
October 23, 2011 of New York, NY formerly
of Philadelphia, PA. Beloved wife of IRWIN
SCHIFREN.
Mother
of
GREGG
SCHIFREN. Contributions in her memory
may be made to the Ned Andrew Schifren
Fund c/o Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Attention: Roberta Caplan, 1300 Morris Park
Ave. (Mazer Room 719), Bronx, NY 10461
or to a charity of the donor's choice
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SCHIMMEL
EDWARD, on October 25, 2011, of Lafayette
Hill, PA. Husband of VICKI (nee WASSERMAN) SCHIMMEL, father of SHERRY
(MARK) HEDSON, MARCIE TIFFANY and
SUSAN (JEFFREY) ABRAMOWITZ and grandfather of RACHEL and JESSICA. Contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of the donors choice.
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CHARLES JEFFREY SCHWAB an entrepreneur died November 9, 2011, he resided
in Bala Cynwyd, PA. Husband of DAWN
(Nee LEVIN), father of BILLY SCHWAB,
BRETT SCHWAB and DYLAN SCHWAB. Son
of ALBERT and DIANE SCHWAB. Brother of
JEFFREY SILBERMAN (SIGRID) and ANGELA
SMITH (RON). Contributions in his memory
may be made to Charles J. Schwab Foundation, 510 Walnut St., Suite 500, Philadelphia,
PA 19106
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BERNICE (nee COHEN), October 25, 2011, of
Broomall, PA. Beloved wife of DR. WALTER
W. SCHWARTZ. Mother of SCOTT ANDREW
SCHWARTZ SR., LISA B. SCHWARTZ, PHD.
(BARTON MIX) and the late JEFFREY
SCHWARTZ. Grandmother of BLAKE,
AMANDA, (SETH CLULEY) CASSANDRA and
the late SCOTT SCHWARTZ JR. Also survived
by daughter in law ROSE KANE SCHWARTZ,
sister-in-law, ELAINE STRATT, niece MARA
STRATT and family, and nephew, BRUCE
STRATT and family. . The family respectfully
request that contributions in her memory be
made to Philabundance, 3616 S. Galloway
Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148, Or to a charity of the donor's choice .
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PEARL G., (Nee GELMAN), October 20, 2011.
Beloved wife of the late MICHAEL E. SELBY
and NATHAN GROSSMAN. Loving mother of
NATALIE LAMB (HERBERT), LISA SELBY
SILVERSTEIN (KEVIN) and MARILYN SELBY
OKOSHI (TAKETO). Proud grandmother of
TINA LAMB PULTRONE (ANTHONY), GAIL
LAMB TORRES(ANDREW), CHERYL LAMB,
MARLEE and MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN,
ETHAN and JACOB OKOSHI. Great Grandmother of MARK and KIMBERLY PULTRONE
and the late ALEXUS TORRES. Devoted sister of ROSE STEINBERG (STANLEY) and the
late DOROTHY LUBLINE, RUTH BILKER and
HARRY L. GELMAN. Contributions in her
memory may be made to The American Cancer Society 1626 locust Street Philadelphia,
Pa 19103
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TREMAYNE SELIG (nee GERSHENFELD) died
October 21, 2011. Wife of the late JOSEPH B.
SELIG. Mother of DR. ROBERT (CANDI)
SELIG, MARCI SELIG SMOGER and PAM
SELIG. Grandmother of JULIAN S. (MANDY)
SMOGER, LOWELL M. SMOGER. DAN
(JANICE EPTING) SELIG and JESSICA
(DANIEL) MULL. Great grandmother of
JORDYN SELIG and GIANNA MARTINO. The
family respectfully request that contributions
in her memory be made to the Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foundation International,
225 City Avenue, Suite #104, Bala Cynwyd,
PA 19004.
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ROSE SKLAVER a homemaker died Nov. 4,
2011. She resided in Northeast Phila. The
former ROSE BAUM, wife of the late USHER,
mother of HENRY and DEBORAH; sister of
NACHUM ISSAC BAUM; grandmother of
JACLYN, ELIZABETH (BILLY) and LILY.
Contributions in her memory may be made
to Association of Holocaust Survivors, 423
Waring Street, Phila., PA 19116 or Donations
Support, Nahariya Hospital in Israel
ELLEN STOUMEN- GOLDBERG (nee CLAYMAN) died November 5, 2011. Beloved
wife of SPENCER GOLDBERG and the late
C. ARNOLD STOUMEN. She was the loving
Mother of LARRY STOUMEN (JILL) and
the late LISA STOUMEN. ELLEN was the
stepmother of ROBIN BLUM GERACE (TOM)
and RANDY GOLDBERG. She was the caring
Mom Mom of NIKKI, ADAM and LILY
STOUMEN and the step Mom Mom of
CHAD BLUM (STACEY) and CARL BLUM
(ALLISON), as well as the great step
Mom Mom of ASHER, AUSTIN, BROOKE and
JENNA BLUM. ELLEN a graduate of Olney
High School and Temple University, School
of Education was very active in many organizations, some of which were, Fight for Sight,
Hebrew University, Hadassah and Cystic
Fibrosis. Contributions in ELLEN'S memory
may be made to the Susan G. Komen for the
Cure, 125 South 9th St., Suite 202, Phila., PA
19107 or to a charity of the donor's choice.
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MICHAEL WASSERMAN died Nov. 6, 2011.
He was a teacher and resided in Dresher.
He was the beloved husband of BARBARA
(nee MAYER), loving father of ROBIN
WASSERMAN and brother of SHERRY and
JAMES MCGLYNN. Contributions in his
memory may be made to a charity of the
donor's choice.
SELZER
MARJORIE J. (nee CHILDS), passed away
November 6, 2011. She worked as an office
manager and resided in North Wales, PA.
Wife of the late MARTIN. Mother of
RICHARD (MARILYN) SELZER, NANCY SELZER and MARTIN SELZER. Grandmother of
MEREDITH, DANIEL, SARA and MARC.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Library at the Abramson Center for Jewish Life, 1425 Horsham Rd., North Wales, PA
19454
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MORRIS SHANFELD, age 91, died on October
26, 2011. He created window treatments for
interior window decorating who resided in
Absecon, New Jersey. Husband of the late
THELMA (nee SILK); father of WENDIE
(STEPHEN) SITTENFIELD, IRA (YVETA)
SHANFELD, and BETH (MARK) SAVAGE; beloved companion of ELEANOR ROSEN;
grandfather of PERRY & JAIME SHALL,
INBAR (AVI ZADA), SARIT & ORLY GABAY,
and GISELA, MONIKA (RYAN WALSH) &
MAYA SHANFELD; great grandfather of
YEDIDYA ZADA; and brother of the late ELSIE
SEGAL, IRVING SHANFELD, BEATRICE KATZ,
and IRENE SHER. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, Grand Central Station, P.O. Box 4777, New York, New
York 10163.
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IRVING SLEPION died on Oct. 26, 2011. He
was a retired furrier and resided in Northeast
Philadelphia. He was the husband of the late
STELLA father of BARRY SLEPION (ELLEN);
brother of REVA GOLDENBERG; grandfather
of STACE BROWN (TROY) and RANDY SLEPION (ERICA) and great grandfather of
SAMANTHA, COLBY and ADAM.
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BENJAMIN SPECTOR died on November 4,
2011. Husband of the late BLANCHE (nee
WOLFSFELD). Father of SELMA (TED) BLOCK
and MARTIN (CINDY) SPECTOR. Grandfather
of STEVEN, MICHAEL, AUDREY, MARGO
and the late SUSAN. Great grandfather of
MEGGAN, HARRY, COLE and EVAN. Contributions may be made to the Crohn's and
Colitis Foundation of America, Delaware
Valley Chapter, 367 E. Street Rd., Trevose,
PA 19053.
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AMY J. SPRAGUE (nee SILVERMAN), age 46
died on October 28, 2011. She resided in
Northeast Philadelphia. AMY was the beloved wife of TIMOTHY M. SPRAGUE, loving
daughter of SEYMOUR SILVERMAN (LENI)
and the late RENEE KARP. She is also survived by her sister STACY SILVER (DAVID)
and brother MARK SILVERMAN. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
National Fibromyalgia Association,
2121 South Towne Center, Suite 300,
Anaheim, CA 92086.
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Dorothy (nee GOODMAN) SIEGEL died on
Nov. 1, 2011. She was a retired medical
office administrator and resided in Wynnewood. She was the wife of DR. PAUL SIEGEL;
mother of JANINE (JIM) STARR, JEREMY
(CAROLYN) SIEGEL and MILES (AMANDA)
SIEGEL; sister of MARTIN (HILDA) GOODMAN and grandmother of RACHEL STARR,
ILANA-MAHMEA SIEGEL, JONAH SIEGEL,
RUTH SIEGEL and ISAAC SIEGEL. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
Jewish National Fund, 2100 Arch St., 3rd Flr,
Philadelphia, PA 19103 or to the Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society, 555 North Lane, Suite
5010, Conshohocken, PA 19428
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ELAINE SILVER (nee GELLER) died Nov. 6,
2011, of Philadelphia, PA. Wife of WILLIAM
SILVER. Mother of HAL (BEVERLY) SILVER,
GARY (ARLENE ROTHMAN) SILVER and
SCOTT SILVER. Sister of DAVID GELLER.
Also survived by 3 grandchildren; JAIME,
BRITTANY and KELLEY SILVER. Step-grandmother of STACEY VERESPY.
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WILLIAM THOMAS STEERMAN, late of Boca
Raton, FL, born and raised in Philadelphia.
Loving husband of 60 years to DORIS (nee
FALKENSTEIN) STEERMAN, died November
13, 2011. He was adored by his daughters
CAROL (LARRY) SEGAL, AMY STEERMAN
(MARY ANN STOVER) and BARBARA
VIGDERMAN and spent as much time as he
could with his 6 grandchildren, ABBY and
ALIZA VIGDERMAN, GABE STEERMAN,
NATE STOVER-STEERMAN and HARRY and
ANNIE SEGAL. He is also survived by his
sisters TAMARA GORDON and DEANNA
SALZMANN (JACOB). After graduating from
Central High School, he attended The University of Pennsylvania and its Law School. BILL
practiced law in Philadelphia for over 60
years. He served in the Coast Guard during
the Korean War and was a 50 year member
of Montgomery Lodge #19 and a past
master. He will be sorely missed by his many
friends and family. Contributions in his memory may be made to Society Hill Synagogue,
418 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
SWARTZ
ANNA SWARTZ (nee SELTZER), age 98, died
on November 16, 2011. She resided in
Abington, PA. Wife of the late WILLIAM;
mother of PEARL MACKERCHAR, EDWARD
(the late LILLY) SWARTZ, MAURICE
(ROCHELLE) SWARTZ, and the late JAY
(BETTY) SWARTZ; and also survived by 11
grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Israel Emergency Fund, 11 Broadway,
11th Floor, New York, New York 10004.
WEINER
BERNARD WEINER an electrician died
October 23, 2011. Husband of JEAN
(Nee KAZINETZ). Father of the late JUDITH
WEINER. Also survived by a large extended
family.
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SYDNEY STEVENS died on Nov. 15, 2011.
He was a retired executive and resided in
Wynnewood. He was the husband of RAE
(nee CHAZIN) and stepfather of JEFFREY
WEINSTEIN.
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EILEEN WECHT, of Mt. Laurel, NJ, died
Saturday November 5, 2011 in Moorestown,
NJ. She was 81. She was the loving wife of
BERNARD “BUDDY” WECHT. Beloved mother
of FRANCES (PETER) LUBIN and LARRY
(LIZ MCMAHON) REINFELD. Sister of
BURT (TOBY) FRIEDMAN. Grandmother of
MICHAEL LUBIN, MAX LUBIN, ISABELLE
LUBIN and ROSS OWENS. Born in East
Orange, NJ, EILEEN was the daughter of the
late FRANCIS and REBECCA LEUBOWITZ
FRIEDMAN. EILEEN graduated from Irvington High School in 1947. She graduated from
Newark State Teachers College in 1951.
EILEEN was an elementary school teacher in
the Cherry Hill Public School system for over
25 years. In retirement, EILEEN enjoyed
traveling and spending time with her grandchildren. Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park,
Trevose, PA. The family respectfully requests
contributions in her memory be made to the
Alzheimer's Association, 3 Eves Drive, Suite
310, Marlton, NJ 08053.
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succumbed to leukemia at his Florida home
October 29, 2011. MICKEY was a successful
entrepreneur, who operated and oversaw a
variety of businesses including National Cup
Corp., Moyco Technology, the Pennsauken
and Montgomeryville Marts and more. He
served on a host of boards and was recognized for his leadership abilities, and philanthropy. MICKEY’S paramount concern in life
was for his family, and success, for him, was
based on their well-being. He leaves behind
SUE, his adorned wife of 51-years, three children: MARK, JOEY and JANET along with
their spouses and eight grandchildren.
MICKEY’S favorite saying, “Aim for the
moon, and if you miss you’ll be with the
stars,” was typical of his approach to life.
In his memory, donations can be sent to
Frenchman’s Creek Charities Foundation,
Inc., 13495 Tournament Drive, Palm Beach
Gardens, FL 33410.
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ESTELLE (NOVACK) TRECHAN passed away
October 4, 2011. Beloved wife of the late
CHARLES TRECHAN, loving mother of
CLAIRE (IRVING) STERN and BARBARA
(JOEL) RUTENBERG, devloted grandmother
of RENEE, CINDY, ROBERT and MEREDITH.
Cherished great-grandmother of RACHEL,
FALLYN, CARLY, TAYLOR, CHASE and
HALEY and ten step great-grandchildren.
She was past president of the Drizen Weiss
Auxiliary of JWV Post 215 and co founder of
The Forever Young Club. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the charity of your
choice.
DOROTHY G. WEINER (nee GARFUNKEL),
age 97, died on November 5, 2011. She
resided in Philadelphia, PA. Wife of the late
NORMAN; daughter of the late HANNAH and
HERMAN GARFUNKEL; sister of the late
JOSEPHINE DUBIN; mother of BARBARA
(HERBERT) GORENSTEIN and ALAN
(MERYL) WEINER; sister-in-law of HELEN
BRESLOW; grandmother of SETH (JODI)
GORENSTEIN, KAREN (LAWRENCE) MOON,
ADAM and MICHAEL WEINER, and the late
NAN GORENSTEIN; and great grandmother
of LUKE, JULIAN and JACK NORMAN
GORENSTEIN, and LILA JOSEPHINE MOON.
Special thanks to nieces and nephews, ANN
(NAT) GREENFIELD, JAN (PAT) DUBIN, and
GARY DUBIN for keeping in touch by phone,
cards or visits; and long-time neighbors,
EDITH BERNSTEIN and BERNICE and JACK
SEGAL for being such good friends. Contributions in her memory may be made to ORT
America, 248 Geiger Road, Suite 104, ATTN:
Allan Gerstein, Philadelphia, PA 19115.
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DOROTHY VORON (nee EISEN), age 86, died
on November 1, 2011. She resided in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. Beloved wife
of MAX VORON; devoted mother of DENNIS
VORON and CINDY HAINES; loving
mother-in-law of the late JUDY VORON and
the late MARK HAINES; dear sister of PAUL
EISEN; and loving grandmother of MICHAEL
& ALI VORON, DAVID VORON, and MEREDITH & MATTHEW HAINES. Contributions in
her memory may be made to the Montgomery County Special Olympics, 980 Harvest
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FLORA "FAYE" (nee ADIS) WEISS died on October 23, 2011. She resided in Philadelphia.
She was the wife of the late PAUL "PACEY"
WEISS; mother of SUSAN KRISTIANSSON
STERNTHAL (BEREL) and ALBERT WEISS
(KAREN); daughter of the late HYMAN and
REBECCA ADIS; sister of the late EDWARD
W. ADIS; grandmother of VIKTORIA KRISTIANSSON (HARVEY BARTLE IV), JAMIE
SEIN (MICHAEL), KATHRYN KRISTIANSSON
(NEIL GOLDMAN) and KEITH WEISS
(STEPHANIE) and great grandmother of
JOSHUA, ANNABELLE, ADDYSON and SAMUEL She served as a WAC in WWII and was
an active volunteer in numerous organizations. She was past President of Brith Israel
Sisterhood, past President of Brith Israel Hebrew School PTA, past President of Parent
Teacher Council of Board of Jewish Education, past President of 2 Hadassah chapters
and also served as a Cub Scout and Girl
Scout leader. Contributions in her memory
may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society 555 North Lane Suite 5010
Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428 or
Camp Ramah in the Poconos Scholarship
Fund 2100 Arch Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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ROSALIE BOROWSKY BELKIN
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Dearest Mother,
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or heard your laugh for 21 years.
Your words of wisdom
and happy memories remain with us.
We still “talk” to you and
miss you very much.
Our love continues.
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Forgetting you never
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FAY ZELLE (nee GOLDBERG) of Broomall,
PA, died October 23, 2011. Mother of ALAN
ZELLE, JEFFREY (JACQUELINE) ZELLE and
CRAIG (LYDIA) ZELLE; Sister of ROSE
KLEIN. Also survived by 5 Grandchildren and
3 great-grandchildren. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the Alzheimer's
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ZEMBLE
ELIAS ZEMBLE died on Nov. 3, 2011. He
was a retired warehouseman for the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard and resided in Northeast
Philadelphia. He was a member of the United
Jewish Organization. He was the husband of
DOROTHY (nee ISBINSKY); brother of
MARTHA GROSSMAN and and loving
brother-in-law of MYRA F. SHULMAN. Contributions in his memory may be made to
Temple Beth Ami 9201 Old Bustleton Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
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ZIBELMAN
MORRIS J. ZIBELMAN a former salesman in
the health care industry, died November 3,
2011. He lived in Northeast Philadelphia.
Mr. Zibelman was a Veteran of WW II (Air
Force) and a member of JWV Post # 98.
Husband of SHIRLEY (nee WEINER). Father
of ROBERT ZIBELMAN and ADRIENNE
ZIBELMAN. Brother of DOROTHY SHANDLER. Grandfather of AARON, JOSHUA and
RACHEL, also survived by loving nieces and
nephews. Contributions in his memory may
be made to the American Cancer Society,
1626 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103.
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LEONARD WASSERMAN
is overwhelmed at the outpouring of love,
respect and admiration for our beloved
husband, father, grandfather, uncle and
friend. He worked with passion to create a
new paradigm in whatever issue or field of
activity he became involved in, whether it
was family, business or charitable interests.
He was a loving husband and father to
four children and their spouses and
seven grandchildren. His gentle manner, his
generous attitude and his open and honest
approach to performing “Tikkun Olam” were
inspiring. He did thorough research on any
project he undertook and involved others
to join him in whichever activity he was
pursuing. He enjoyed people from all walks
of life and created lasting friendships with
them. We thank the many people who
responded with calls, visits, notes and
charitable contributions who shared their
stories and feelings with us. He will be
sorely missed.
DOROTHY WASSERMAN
BOBBI WASSERMAN and HARRY KOPLIN
ALEX and IAN KOPLIN
TED and MARCIA WASSERMAN
ZACHARY and NATALIE WASSERMAN
PHYLLIS and HOWARD WENITSKY
JENNIFER SPECTER, SAMANTHA
and ERICA WENITSKY
JIM WASSERMAN
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after the recent death of her beloved
husband, HARRY.
7 November 2011
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