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ADELE ADESS (nee PAINE) An elegant and
talented woman, passed peacefully at home
at age 96, after a long and beautiful life. Beloved wife of MILTON for 60 years; loving
mother of BILLIE (BOB) BAREN, NANCY
ADESS, and the late JOAN GROSSMAN;
grandmother of JAMIE GROSSMAN, LINDA
KOLLMAN M.D., KAREN GOLDSMITH, SUZIE
GOLDSTEIN PHD, STACEY SALUSTI, LINDSEY MORGAN, and JONATHAN WISH; and
also survived by 14 great grandchildren. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
The Joan Grossman Healing Center, Jewish
Family and Children's Service, 2100 Arch
Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
STANLEY, 96, of King of Prussia, Atlantic
City and recently, Gordonsville, VA, passed
away Wednesday, January 23, 2012 at his
home. Born, June 23, 1916, in Philadelphia,
PA, he was the son of the late HARRY OLIVER BEAR and ELEANOR BEIFEL BEAR.
STANLEY was a graduate of West Philadelphia High School. He was a member of the
Free & Accepted Masons and a WWII veteran
of the United States Army stationed in the Pacific. Survivors include his wife, ARLENE
BEAR of Gordonsville, VA and his children,
LOIS BENNETT (SHECKY) of Margate, N.J.,
BUDDY BEAR (ELLEN) of Wynnewood, PA,
step-children, LORI COSTANZA (JON) of Collegeville, PA, STEVEN SHAREFF (TRACY) of
Mineral, Virginia, 8 grandchildren and 7
great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by
a son, ROBERT BEAR. Funeral services were
held on Friday, January 25, 2013 at Hill &
Wood Chapel, Rabbi Tom Gutherz officiating.
A memorial service will be held in the Philadelphia area at a later date.
MARTIN S. BROUDY, 1922-2013, WWII
hero, businessman, gentleman, and mentor,
left the world peacefully and as a better place,
February 14, 2013, surrounded by family.
Formerly of Philadelphia, Coconut Creek, FL
and Plano, TX, husband of the previously deceased wife RUTH, he is survived by his siblings JUDITH BROUDY (CHARLES), BEBE
and JAY RICHMAN; his children JEFFREY
and CHARMAINE, MICHAEL, SCOTT and
NANCY, grandchildren ALEX, RISSA, and
LINSEY, and countless loving nieces and
nephews. Born during the Great Depression,
the oldest of three to a fatherless household,
MARTIN graduated from West Philadelphia
High School, served as a Combat Infantryman under the Americal Division in the South
Pacific during WWII, and was honorably discharged on November 11, 1945, earning the
Bronze Star Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign
Medal with 2 Bronze Service Stars, WWII Victory Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, Philippine Liberation Medal, and the Philippine
Presidential Unit Citation. He was a proud
member of both the 164th Infantry and
Amercial Associations. Humbled by his military service and family obligations,
MARTIN'S generosity, kindness, and strength
enabled him to live a very robust, long, and
happy life. A character not worthy of defeat,
pity, nor submission, MARTIN worked as a
businessman in both Philadelphia and Florida
into his late 70's. Fiercely independent, MARTIN relocated to Sunrise of Plano, TX to
share in the daily lives of his cherished
granddaughters. He was our family pillar of
strength, a selfless role model who made a
difference in the lives of friends and strangers alike. At peace and comfort, MARTIN'S
contagious spirit of life is a gift to all the family, friends, and Sunrise neighbors fortunate
enough to be blessed by his presence. In lieu
of flowers, donations can be made to The
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer
Center, c/o The Rissa and Linsey Broudy
Cancer Research Endowment E0011054, PO
Box 301439, Unit 705, Houston, TX.
77230-1439
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MAURICE CHORNEY, retired Vice President
and General Manager of Northern Shipping
Company, died 02/10/13 at the Watermark in
Philadelphia. Beloved husband of PAULINE
"MICKEY" (nee BORTNICK), father of LOWELL CHORNEY and
HELENE
(ALVIN)
SHIPON, Grandfather of ADAM CHORNEY,
MATTHEW SHIPON and
SETH
(JAMIE)
SHIPON. Great Grandfather of ELLA
ROSE SHIPON.
MAURICE emigrated to America from Baranowicze, Poland in 1938 at the age of 17. His
parents,GENIA & LABE CZARNY, his younger
sister RYWA CZARNY and his older sister BERTA, her husband LAZAR KATZEV and
their infant child all perished in the Holocaust. MAURICE served in the United States
Army during World War II.
Graveside services with military honors were
held at Montefiore Cemetery in Jenkintown.
Contributions in his memory may be made
to: The Hospice and Home Care Foundation
240 Radnor Chester Road Suite 100
Radnor, PA 19087
SELMA CORN (nee SCHECHTER), Jan. 31,
2013 of Rydal. Wife of the late OSCAR,
mother of HOLLY (JONATHAN KAUFELT)
CORN and ROBERT (DEBORAH) CORN; also
survived by 3 grandchildren JESSE, DAVID
and MICHAEL. In lieu of flowers contributions in her memory may be made to the Oscar Corn M.D.-HU/43 Medical Fund at the
Drexel University School of Medicine.
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DOROTHY ALBERTS (nee KATZ) died on
January 28, 2013. She resided in the Northeast section of Philadelphia. Wife of the late
SIDNEY; mother of JAY (ELAINE) ALBERTS;
and grandmother of MELISSA (JACK)
GIBSON and LAUREN ALBERTS. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 or a
charity of the donor's choice.
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SIDNEY A. BAEN, manager and analyst for
the US Government died Feb 18, 2013. Husband of the late MILDRED. Father of ROBIN
(SHEILA) BAEN and CINDY BAEN. Brother of
JACK BAEN. Grandfather of BRITANY and
CORTLAND EPSTEIN. He was Past Master of
Williamson-Corinthian Lodge 368 and Past
Commander of American Legion Post 166.
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FAHNYA BEAN (nee SCHORR), Feb. 15, 2013
of Philadelphia, PA. Wife of DONALD BEAN.
Mother of HENRY BEAN (LEORA BARISH),
GEORGE BEAN (JANE RISKIN-BEAN) and
DONALD "SKIP" BEAN, JR. (FIONNUALA
QUINN). Sister of MARY JANE BENSION and
SUZANNE WESTWATER. Also survived by 7
grandchildren.The family respectfully requests that contributions in her memory be
made to Smith College, Northampton, MA. or
to Congregation Rodeph Shalom.
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EDMOND "EDDIE" BECKER, February 1, 2013.
He was 79 years old and a resident of Huntingdon Valley, PA. Loving husband of 55
years of IRMA (nee POLLACK). Father to
SUSAN CRESCENZO and RANDY (KERRY)
KEIDAN. Pop to MARLEY SIMON (IAN
WOOD), COREY SIMON, ALEX CRESCENZO
and STACI CRESCENZO.
Brother of
CHARLOTTE (RUBE) WERNER and the late
RUTH A. GOLDSTEIN. For 40 years, was the
owner of Ed's Amoco in West Mt. Airy. We
were lucky to have "Buddy" in our lives. Contributions in his memory may be made to the
Abramson Center for Jewish Life, 1425 Horsham Road, North Wales, PA 19454-1320.
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THEODORE BERNSTEIN passed away on
February 8, 2013. He is survived by his wife,
JANICE TANNENBAUM BERNSTEIN, his children, SUSAN (DR JEFFREY) MIKUTIS and
JUDY BERNSTEIN and 3 grandchildren,
JOSHUA and AMANDA MIKUTIS and HANNAH HYMAN. At TED's request his body is
being donated to the Humanities Gift Registry. Services will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
BLAUFELD
ISADORE BLAUFELD, age 94, died on January 30, 2013. He was a former meat cutter
from Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Preceded in death by his wife of 67 years,
ESTHER (nee GARSHMAN); father of RICK
(KATHY LEWIS) BLAUFELD, SHELLI (MARC)
SHAW, and MARCI (DAVE) RILEY; grandfather of JEFF BLAUFELD, BEN BLAUFELD,
AMY (RICKY) GIBNEY, NICOLE (JIM) PUGLIA, TERESA THEOPHANO, JESSE (DANIELLE) MUNN, DAVID (KIM) RILEY, EMILY
MUNN (MATT UNGER) and PATRICK RILEY
(AMY WHITE); and great grandmother of
DARREN GIBNEY, JASMINE GIBNEY, JIMMY
PUGLIA, ALEXANDRIA PUGLIA, JACKSON
PUGLIA, ZACHARY RILEY, and JAMESON
RILEY. Contributions in his memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice.
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MANUEL BRAHEN , February 4, 2013, of
Elkins Park. Brother of ESTHER KAY. C
ontributions in his memory may be made to
Cong. Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park.
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MARTIN L. BURDEN a former accountant
died January 30, 2013. MR. BURDEN was a
member of Congregations of Shaare Shamayim and a Veteran of WWII. Husband of
the late ESTHER. Father of LYNNE KRAMER,
HOPE (AL) RECHSTEINER and JANET (ERICK) SNYDER. Grandfather of SAMANTHA
and BENJAMIN Contributions in his memory
may be made to Esther Burden Fund of Congregations of Shaare Shamayim 9768 Verree
Road Phialdelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
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BIANCA (nee GRINBERG), February 9, 2013
of Wynnewood, PA. Wife of the late GUY;
Mother of THEODORE "TED" COHN; Grandmother of BRANDON and BRYAN. . The family respectfully request contributions in her
memory be made to the Alzheimer's Association .
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NATALIE B. COHN (nee BRAIT), age 80, died
on February 4, 2013. She graduated from
Overbrook High School and got her B.A. in
English and Philosophy from the University
of Pennsylvania. She was a member of the
Society Hill Synagogue and the Women's
Board of Jefferson Hospital who resided in
Philadelphia, PA Wife of DR. HERBERT
COHN; mother of DR. JEFFREY B. (MARCIE)
COHN, RICHARD B. (NANCY) COHN, ESQ.,
and DR. DAVID B. (CINDY) COHN; and
grandmother of ALISON (ROBERT) WISHNICK, JOSH (NATALIA), MICHAEL, JENNA,
STEPHEN, DAN, and JORDAN COHN. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
Natalie Cohn Memorial Lecture, Phila. Free
Library Foundation, 1901 Vine St., Suite 111,
Phila., PA 19103.
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RALPH COLLIER-KISCH, Jan. 29, 2013, of
Phila. Husband of BIRTAN (nee AKA); brother
of GABRIELLE ELITOV. Interment will be private in Boston. Contributions in his memory
may be made to Morris Animal Refuge, or a
charity of donor's choice.
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AILEEN CHERNER (nee MALERMAN), age
77, died on February 16, 2013. She was an
Artist and Quilter who resided in Ambler,
Pennsylvania. Wife of DR. RACHMEL
CHERNER; mother of CINDY (MARC) FOX,
WENDY (PHILIP) MANEVAL, and MAIA
(ADAM) STEIN; sister of NEWTON (RINA)
MALERMAN; and grandmother of HAL
(HEATHER), EVAN (TAMMY), JEFFREY,
SARAH, and BENJAMIN. Contributions in
her memory may be made to Holy Redeemer
Home Care and Hospice, 12265 Townsend
Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19154.
HARRIET COREN (nee KERNER), age 85,
died on February 12, 2013. She was a
non-profit administrative assistant who resided in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Beloved wife of the late JOSEPH; devoted
mother of SUSANNE (KENNETH) SHEAR and
BUZZ (DEBBIE LITTLEDEER) COREN; adoring
grandmother of ADENA (ANDREW) STERNTHAL, YONI (MICHAL RAUCHER) SHEAR,
and SOPHIA COREN; and loving great grandmother of LUCY STERNTHAL and NAFTALI
SHEAR. Contributions in her memory may
be made to the Tikvah Family Camp at Camp
Ramah in the Poconos, 2100 Arch St., Phila.,
PA 19103 or Beth Shalom Cong. Pre School,
8231 Old York Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19027.
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DR. EDWARD D. DAVIS of Chester, New
York, died February 8, 2013. Son of the late
WILLIAM and ELLA DAVIS of Philadelphia.
Survived by a sister ETTA (the late BENSON
B.) KESSLER, a niece, SUSAN K. APTER
(ALAN) and a nephew, MARK D. KESSLER
(KATIE), also survived by a great niece and
three great nephews.
DR. DAVIS was a graduate of Central High
School - Class 196. He further graduated
from the University of Pennsylvania and the
University of Chicaage, where he received
both his Masters and PhD degrees. He was a
National Science Foundation scholar (Cornell
University). DR. DAVIS taught mathematics
at Purdue University, Yale University and the
University of Chicago, before coming to teach
at the State University of New York-Albany,
from which he retired. He was a both a
philanthropist and opera lover.
Donations in his memory may be made to the
Academy of Vocal Arts, 1920 Spruce Street,
Philadelphia, Pa 19103 or the Opera Company of Philadelphia, 1420 Locust Street,
Suite 210, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 or the
charity of the donor's choice. Services and
Interment were private.
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HARVEY “HY” DENKIN, January 25, 2013 of
Cherry Hill, NJ. Husband of BARBARA “BOBBIE” DENKIN. Father of DANIEL (NANCY
LEE) DENKIN, MINDY DENKIN, EDWARD
(AMY) DENKIN, ROBERT DENKIN and
NANCY (JEFFREY) SHAPIRO. Grandfather of
JONATHAN DENKIN, BENJAMIN DENKIN,
SARA DENKIN, ROSS DENKIN and RYAN
BELFER. HARVEY was a Veteran of the U.S.
Army and served during the Korean War. Interment Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry
Hill, NJ. The family respectfully requests
contributions in his memory be made to the
Jewish War Veterans or the Liberty Museum.
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MILDRED L. DONOCOFF Died February 19,
2013. She resided in Mantua, NJ. The former MILDRED LEVINSON, wife of the late
MARVIN DONOCOFF, mother of BRIAN
(CARYN) DONOCOFF, RONALD (BETH)
DONOCOFF; sister of ALAN LEVINSON and
the late RUTH COHEN. Grandmother of
RONALD JR. (KATIE), RACHEL, SCOTT and
ALANA. Contributions in her memory may be
made to American Heart Association 5455
North High Street Columbus, Ohio 43214
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LILLIAN DORDICK (nee ROLNICK) died on
January 26, 2013. She was a former office
manager for a printing company and lived in
Warminster, Pennsylvania. Wife of EDWARD
DORDICK; mother of DR. ROBERT (FRAN)
DORDICK and DR. NANCY (DR. SAM)
LEVINE; and grandmother of ADAM, SCOTT,
JACOB, ALLISON, and ELLIOT. Contributions
in her memory may be made to AFMDA, c/o
Sharon Schmidt, P.O. Box 52158, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115.
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DR. SHELDON S. FARBER died on January
26, 2013. He was a veterinarian for the Department of Agriculture who resided in
Feasterville, Pennsylvania. Dr. Farber was a
Past Master of Shekinah Lodge #246 F&AM,
Past Commander of Schreiber-Reiser Post
#176 JWV, and a WWII veteran.
Devoted brother-in-law to ALICE FARBER;
and devoted cousin of BOBBIE FRIEDMANN.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the Shekinah Lodge #246 F&AM or the University of Pennsylvania Veterinarian School.
March 1, 1932 - February 2, 2013
ALBERT BERNARD "ALBIE" FRANK, 80, of
Sarasota, FL passed away on February 2,
2013. ALBIE and ANDY relocated from Philadelphia 30 years ago to Longboat Key, and
most recently, to Sarasota. ALBIE worked in
the furniture industry and retired in 2002. He
remained active and involved by serving on
various Longboat Key Town Boards, as well
as hands-on and philanthropic support of local non-profit organizations. ALBIE'S main
passion has always been family. He is survived by his wife, ANDREA; daughter, ELLEN
(DON) SANDERS; sons, RONALD (BETH)
SIVITZ and HERBERT (LORI) SIVITZ; grandchildren, LINDSAY WISE, Esq., DR. BRENT
(DR. KIM) WISE, ALEXANDER WISE,
FRANCESCA SIVITZ, JEREMY SIVITZ and
ERIN SIVITZ; brother, BURT (SANDY)
FRANK. He was preceded in death by his
daughter, NANCY FRANK. Friends may make
memorial donations to the Sarasota Manatee
Association for Riding Therapy, 4640 CR
675, Bradenton, FL 34211.
DUBIN
DAVID S DUBIN, age 88, passed away February 20, 2013 after a long courageous struggle
with Parkinson's disease. Always a fighter
with a passion for life, DAVID battled this too.
A devoted husband, father, brother, and
grandfather, he is survived by SHEILA (nee
LUCKER) his loving wife of 27 1/2 years;
sons PETER (SHERRIL) and DAVID JR.
(TINA); stepchildren MICHAEL SILVER
(LISA), DAVID SILVER, MD (fiancГ© NAZY EHSANI, MD), and JENNIFER HERSH (BRETT);
brotheR STAN (MIMI). He will be sorely
missed by his grandchildren ANNE LIS DUBIN, LAUREN and MATTHEW SILVER and
EMILY and JULIE HERSH.
DAVID was a World War II veteran, a linguist,
an astute businessman and a consummate
gentleman. As an amateur historian of the
War, he had a collection of books and movies
and a tremendous interest in all things relating to the War. DAVID was the proud owner
and President of American Import and Export
Company, as well as, Victor of Milano Ltd., a
men's fragrance company whose principle
product line was Acqua di Selva. After 40+
years in business, he sold "Victor" to a company on the New York stock exchange.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the Parkinson's Council, 111 Presidential
Blvd Suite 250, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 or a
charity of your choice .
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AUGUSTA FASS a retired procurer for a defense logistics agency died February 7, 2013
She is survived by loving sisters, nieces and
nephews.Contributions in her memory may
be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
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BARNET, Jan. 28, 2013, of Swarthmore, PA.
Husband of PHYLLIS, father of ROSALYN
(ROLAND) GOSSELIN and EILEEN (SIDNEY)
BLOCK. Also survived by 4 grandchildren.
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FLORENCE FELDMAN (nee WEINSTOCK)
passed away February 15th, 2013 at 94 years
of age. Mother of RENEE KEMP and the late
MICHAEL KEMP; Grandmother to HEATHER
VAPALAC and RAYMOND KEMP; Sister to
ELAINE BROWN (HERBERT), MARVIN WEINSTOCK (EILEEN), MARION LEWIS and the
late ALBERT WEINSTOCK; sisters BLANCHE
EISENBERG and PEARL SEISS; many nieces
and nephews. Contributions may be made
to The Humane Society of Pennsylvania.
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FREEDMAN
JOSEPH FREEDMAN January 31, 2013. Beloved husband of HONEY (nee SILVERMAN)
Loving father of BRETT FREEDMAN (SANDRA), CYNTHIA FREEDMAN, and JOANNE
FREEDMAN. Grandfather of MAXX VITIELLO,
LAURA VITIELLO and SAMANTHA FREEDMAN. Contributions in his memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice.
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FAYE ECKSEL (nee GERSHMAN), age 95,
died on February 21, 2013. She resided in
Warminster, Pennsylvania. Wife of the late
HYMEN; mother of PERRY S. (JANET)
ECKSEL, RICHARD (SHARON) ECKSEL, and
BARTON (CHERYL) ECKSEL; and also survived by 6 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.
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LOUIS ELKINS, January 25, 2013. A retired
deputy sheriff. Loving father of SUSAN BALL
of Argyle, TX. Contributions in his memory
may be made to a charity of the donor's
choice.
LINDA (nee HIRSHENHORN) Feb. 3, 2013, of
Elkins Park, PA. Beloved wife of 59 years to
WILLIAM FORMAN. Mother of CURT FORMAN and SALLY LIEBERMAN. Sister of the
late RICHARD. Grandmother of SARAH,
ERIC, PAMELA "PJ" and MARTI. Services and
Interment were private. Contributions in her
memory be made to the Forman Campus of
the Jack Barrack Hebrew Academy
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DR. MILTON J.FRIEDBERG , Feb. 1, 2013 of
Allentown, PA. Husband of JANE (nee
KAUFFMAN). Father of DR. JOSEPH FRIEDBERG. Grand-father of EMILIA, DAVID,
DASHIEL and GABRIEL. Contributions in his
memory may be made to the Allentown JCC
or Animals in Distress.
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SUE FRIEDMAN, passed away on January 31,
2013, of Cherry Hill, NJ, Boca Raton, FL, and
Margate, NJ. Wife of the late SIDNEY FRIEDMAN. Mother of LORI (IAN FREEMAN)
FRIEDMAN and WENDI FRIEDMAN. Sister of
NED MANSBACH. Interment Locustwood
Memorial Park, Cherry Hill, NJ. The family
respectfully requests contributions in her
memory be made to the Sid and Sue Friedman Charitable Foundation, 239 Rimmon
Road, Woodbridge, CT 06525.
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we embrace and pass down, from one generation
to the next.
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A memorial service will be held on Feb. 9 at 3:00 pm at Glen Foerd on the Delaware for
ARTHUR L. FRIEDMAN, who headed a prominent Philadelphia exhibit design firm and was a
well-known sailing enthusiast in the Delaware Valley. MR. FRIEDMAN died January 12 in
Miami after suffering from respiratory illnesses including COPD. He was 78. ARTHUR
FRIEDMAN was president and creative sparkplug for more than 30 years at General Exhibits
Inc., which created trade show exhibits and other attractions for a diverse array of
commercial, government, museum, educational and other clients. He was regarded as a
pioneer in the adaptation of advanced technology, including computerization, videography
and modern sound techniques, to the exhibits produced by the firm, which was located at
20th Street and Washington Avenue. General Exhibits' commercial clients included
Pan American World Airways, Polaroid, US Surgical and Subaru of America. The firm also
produced attractions for the Baltimore Aquarium, the New York Aquarium, the Air and Space
Museum in Washington, the Nautilus Museum in Groton, Conn. MR. FRIEDMAN also
worked as an adjunct instructor for several years at the University of the Arts, teaching in
the Museum Exhibition and Design Program. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., MR. FRIEDMAN
was born July 10, 1934, to HARRY and GOLDY FRIEDMAN. The family later moved to
Philadelphia and MR. FRIEDMAN graduated from Olney High School in 1952 and earned a
bachelor's degree in industrial design from Philadelphia College of Art in 1956. MR.
FRIEDMAN began sailing in the 1960s and went on to become an expert yachtsman whose
log included numerous long-distance sails along the Atlantic Coast and in inland waterways.
He competed often in the grueling yachting race run annually from Marion, Mass., to
Bermuda. A longtime member and director of the Delaware River Yacht Club (DRYC), who
was also involved in Chesapeake Bay Yacht Club, MR. FRIEDMAN was active in promotion
of boating and environmental affairs. He was the DRYC's liaison with Sea Scout Ship 484,
which is used to train young people in sailing and nautical skills and was a director of the
Pennsylvania Boating Association, which represents boating interests with the state
government and legislature in Harrisburg. MR. FRIEDMAN was a 50-year resident of the
Greenbelt Knoll community in Northeast Philadelphia and led the succcessful campaign to
gain landmark status for the enclave, which was the first planned racially integrated
community in Philadelphia. As a result of his efforts, Greenbelt Knoll was placed on the
Philadelphia Register of Historic Places in 2006 and the National Register of Historic Places
in 2010. He moved to Miami in 2012. His wife of 53 years, the former LILLIAM HARRIS,
died in August 2010. He was also predeceased by a sister, SALLY. Survivors include his
children, CAREN of Langhorne, Pa., a professor of art at Bucks County Community College;
JOREY, of Coral Gables, Fla., an architect and vice president of SB Architects, PAUL
(CORK), senior television producer for AL ROKER Entertainment, and a grandson, JACOB
LECURE. Memorial contributions can be made to the Delaware Riverkeeper Network
http://www.delawareriverkeeper.org/
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JEFFREY R.,EPSTEIN February 19, 2013.
Husband of JANICE (nee BRONSTEIN) of
Bryn Mawr. Father of TALIA, LAUREN and
SHANA EPSTEIN. Son of MANDEL and the
late ROBERTA EPSTEIN. Brother of LINDA
WEINTRAUB and MARJORIE BORNES. Contributions in his memory may be made to
Congregation Beth Tovim or a charity of the
donor's choice.
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Beloved son of CANTOR DEBORAH ARDEN
STERN and the late BURTON F. DRILL; Dear
Brother of AMY RACHEL DRILL and the late
JUDITH ROSE PICARD; Uncle of GRACE
ARDEN PICARD and loving nephew of DR.
DAVID and LEILA FISHER and cousins. MICHAEL was the stepson of the late HARRY
STERN. MICHAEL was a graduate of Cheltenham High School and Syracuse University
Newhouse School of Communication. In lieu
of flowers, contributions in Michael’s memory may be made to Cong. Beth Judah, Hadassah, or the Charity of the Donor’s Choice.
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JUSTIN 'JUD' FROMMER, January 30, 2013,
of Phila. Husband of the late PHYLLIS (nee
DENKIN); father of SUZANNE BETH ROSEN
and MARCIE ILENE PATTERSON; brother of
LAWRENCE (YOLANDE) FROMMER; grandfather of JOEL PERRY and RYAN SCOTT. Relatives and friends invited to Graveside Services Sunday, 1 P.M., Haym Salomon Memorial Park, Frazer PA. The family will return to
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Cherashore, on Sunday only. Contributions in
his memory may be made to Har Zion Temple.
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ELSA B. GARFIELD (nee BIRNBACH), age 95,
died on February 11, 2013. She was a retired
school teacher who resided in Jenkintown,
Pennsylvania. Wife of the late DAVID; mother
of NORMAN (RHONA) GARFIELD, HENRY
(ANNA) GARFIELD, and RONNIE (ALAN)
BRONSTEIN; grandmother of BENJAMIN
GARFIELD, DANIEL (LEANNE) GARFIELD,
IAN BRONSTEIN, and DAVID (IVY) BRONSTEIN; and great grandmother of HANA
BRONSTEIN. Contributions in her memory
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ISRAEL IRVING GASMER After arriving in
the US from Poland as a toddler, he grew up
in Lynn, Massachussetts. He moved to the
Philadelphia area and lived for most of his
life in Wynnewood, Pa with his wife and four
children. An independent pharmacist for
more than 50 years before retiring at the age
of 78, he owned the West Spruce Pharmacy
on the corner of 48th and Spruce Streets in
West Philadelphia.
He was a sincere and generous man of great
integrity and was admired and loved by all
who knew him.He was called 'DOC' by his
customers, Izzy by his parents and siblings,
but most people knew him as IRV.
To his children he was 'DAD' and he was
'ZAYDE' to his eight loving grandchildren and
to his nieces and nephews he was "UNKIE".
After attending the Massachusetts College of
Pharmacy, he served in WWII as a pharmacist in the Medical Corps of the US Army.
IRVING GASMER was an ardent Zionist and
great supporter of the State of Israel.
He was a member of the "Class of '48" of the
Zionist Organization of America working on
behalf of the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. He had a deep love of Judaism
and Jewish traditions and a rock solid faith in
G-d. A member of Har Zion Temple from
1958-2001 and a member of Sinai Temple of
Los Angeles since the Gasmers' move to LA
in 2001, he loved spending time in the synagogue. Survived by his loving wife, IRENE, of
55 years, his children ALAN (HARLEE),
BARRY, ELAYNE (OFER) KALINA and MORRIS (CAMI) and 8 beloved grandchildren,
ROSS and SAMANTHA GASMER, ESTEE and
CHELI KALINA, BRETT and CAMERON GASMER, and GREGORY and SYDNEY GASMER.
donation may be made in his memory to:
Zionist Organization of America
Michael J. Fox Foundation for
Parkinsons Research
May his memory be for a blessing.
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MORRIS GOLDFRAD retired owner of a children's clothing store died January 26, 2013
Husband of LILLIAN (nee LIEBOWITZ); father
of the late BRUCE GOLDFRAD; father-in-law
of TOMAR GOLDFRAD; brother of HERMAN
(MURIAL) GOLDFRAD and the late LOUIS
GOLDFRAD, MIRIAM SCHWARTZ, JACOB
GOLDFRAD, FAY GOLDFRAD and ROSE
GOLDFRAD. Grandfather of DANIELLE.
Contributions in his memory may be made
Association of Holocaust Survivors for Israel
c/o Miriam Caine 423 Waring Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116
On January 16, 2013, WARREN CARY GRAD
succumbed to a series of major medical
complications that followed back and heart
surgery. He was the son of the late MORTON
C. and RENA H.K. GRAD. He was a graduate
of Episcopal Academy (then located in
Merion, PA), where he was very athletic and
played on the baseball team. After graduation
from Widener University (in Chester, PA), he
entered his father’s Real Estate and investment business and shortly thereafter, upon
his father’s death, assumed full responsibility
for the company. He increased the assets of
that company, started his own real estate
business and was a successful business
man. A self-educated investor, he became
very successful and skillful and was never re
luctant to advise and assist friends and family
who sought his advice with investment and
real estate decisions. Since his early 30’s,
WARREN was a professional and highly
skilled sailor. He captained his own sailing
vessel, traveling from Nova Scotia or Maine
to the Carribean many times and participating
in many races and rallies. He also enjoyed
cooking and learning from friends how to
prepare tasty dishes. He loved beautiful art
and antiques, had considerable expertise in
interior decorating, was an avid gardener and
landscaper and enjoyed all types of music,
especially classical. All interests and talents
he acquired from his beloved mother. Furthermore, he was always Mr. Fix-it, enjoying
any challenge to fix cars, boats, hi-fi equipment, etc. In more recent years, he had become a racing car enthusiast, a passion he
had to give up as a consequence of a very serious auto accident. He and his ex-wife LYNN
HERSON also enjoyed traveling with family
and friends and welcomed many friends to
share their sailing experiences with them. Approximately 5 years ago, they bought a second home at Lakewood Ranch (near Sarasota, FL), where he has been residing for the
last year and a half with his beloved goldendoodle Buddy. He is survived by his devoted
sister, DR. CHRISTINE GRAD (of King of
Prussia) with whom he had been residing
since his August heart surgery. Successfully
completing cardiac rehab, they both returned
to his Florida home in early December. They
spent a great deal of time together, enjoying
nature, long walks, good food, each other’s
company and that of their two dogs and
friends.He is also survived by his ex-wife,
LYNN HERSON, who resides in their former
home in West Chester, PA. Memorial Services were held at Temple Har Zion on Thursday, January 24, 2013. Contributions may be
made to the Morton & Rena Grad Scholarship @ Jefferson Medical College, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Lankenau Hospital (in
honor of Dr. James’ Burke’s many years of
care for the Grad family), or A Charity of the
Donor’s Choice.
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LILLIAN GREENWALD a teacher, she taught
in Harrington School, died February 19,
2013, she resided in Merion Station, PA. The
former LILLIAN ABRAMS, wife of the late DR.
MORTON GREENWALD. Mother of DR.
DAVID (HELEEN) GREENWALD, SARAH
(ROBERT) BRENNAN, MIRIAM GREENWALD,
and DR. IRENE (RICHARD) PLOTZKER.
Grandmother of WILL, ROSALYN and ALAN
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
REBECCA KULIK HERMAN died peacefully at
her home on December 24, 2012. REBECCA
lived a life of boundless devotion to her family, friends, and her faith. Born in Philadelphia, she was one of six siblings in a
close-knit family. After graduating from high
school, she moved to Washington D.C.,
where she lived with her cousins, and worked
as a secretary. Her stay in D.C. was cut short
when her father died suddenly, and she immediately returned to Philadelphia to be with
her mother. There she continued to work,
and also volunteered with the U.S.O., dancing
with servicemen and organizing events.
When REBECCA first met her future husband
AL on a blind date, she thought that he was
“good-looking” and “very kind.” They soon
realized that they wanted to spend their lives
together, and married on November 4, 1951.
They remained happily married until AL's
death in January 2011.
Ever since she was a child, REBECCA embraced Judaism and its rituals. She joyfully
celebrated all the Jewish holidays and traditions. She was a life-long member of Hadassah and, for decades, she served as Secretary of the Pennypack Park chapter. She also
was a dedicated and active member of her
synagogue’s Sisterhood.
All her life, Rebecca created and maintained
wonderful friendships. When her children
grew older, she returned to work. For years,
she organized bus trips for her co-workers
and friends to see Broadway musicals. She
adored musical theater, and was known to
sing along during the performances. She was
an independent, outgoing, and kind person,
who deeply appreciated the smallest kindness as if it were a great gift.
REBECCA generously gave of her time, energy, and love to her family, including her
husband, AL, daughter SANDI and son-in-law
DON, son RICK and daughter-in-law HOPE,
and her grandchildren, MARC, BROOKE and
RYAN. As the years went by, she faced many
physical and emotional challenges, but rarely
complained and was always optimistic about
living each day.
She enjoyed playing a competitive game of
cards with family members, and also watching Dancing with the Stars, and anything with
Regis Philbin or David Letterman.
REBECCA was a beautiful person, inside and
out. She had a lovely smile, and loved to
laugh. Her light shined brightly on all who
knew her, and she will be dearly missed.
GILBERT
MARILYN GILBERT (nee WOLFE), Feb. 2,
2013. Wife of the late ALFRED G. GILBERT,
of Palm Beach Gardens, FL and Lafayette Hill,
PA, father of DR. STEVEN (BARBARA) GILBERT and MITCHELL (CINDI) GILBERT,
GRANDMOTHER of MARISSA, RACHEL,
LISA (BRETT), and ROBYN, great grandmother of ANNA and MOLLY. Contributions
in her memory may be made to a charity of
the donor's choice
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SUZANNE (nee SHAPIRO), January 30, 2013,
of Toms River NJ. Formerly of Philadelphia
PA. Wife of PETER GLASER. Mother of ELISA
LAZARUS, SHERYL FILLMORE and NATHANIEL GLASER. Sister of MARILYN EPSTEIN
and the late DONALD SHAPIRO. Also survived by 6 grandchildren.
The family respectfully requests that contributions in her memory be made to American
Heart Assoc. or to the Kidney Foundation.
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BRENDA GOLDMAN (nee SPOLAN) of Rydal,
PA on February 2, 2013. Beloved wife of the
late ROBERT. Mother of SCOTT (MARY ALICE), RICHARD (SUSAN), and KENNETH.
Sister of HARMON S. SPOLAN and ROBERTA
YOUNG. Grandmother of AARON, GREGORY, ROBERT, REBECCA, and JONATHAN.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Free Library of Philadelphia, 901 Vine
Street, Suite 111, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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JUDITH GOLDMAN (nee KARABELL), Feb. 4,
2013, of Cherry Hill, NJ. Wife of the late
LAWRENCE, Mother of MARILYN (MARK)
HAFTEL and CAROLE (FRANK) GATES; Sister
of MILTON KARABELL and the late MARIAN
KLUGMAN; Grandmother of STEPHEN, NICOLE and LAUREN. The family respectfully
request that contributions in her memory be
made to Jewish Federation.
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JACOB 'JACK' GORDON, January 28, 2013 of
Boynton Beach, Fl. and Bucks Co. PA. Husband of GERTRUDE (nee WALL). Father of
RONALD (SUSAN) GORDON, RUSSELL
(WENDY) GORDON and RICK (JAIME)
GORDON.
Grandfather
of
BRANDI
(ANDREW), MELISSA (JARRYD), JOSHUA
(JULIA), BRETT, DREW and CAMERON.
Great grandfather of ETHAN. Also survived by
4 nephews and 1 niece.Contributions in
Jack's memory may be made to a charity of
the donor's choice
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JOANNE GORDON (nee GELFOND), Feb. 3,
2013 of Lansdale, PA. Wife of DR. ARTHUR
GORDON; Mother of SHARON GORDON
(SHARA SAND) AND HARRY GORDON
(WENDY WILKINSON-GORDON); Sister of
GLORIA FRIEDBERG (DR. KENNETH). Also
survived by 3 grandchildren. The family will
return to the late residence and respectfully
request contributions in her memory may be
made to Congregation Kol Ami.
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SAMUEL GORDON, age 89, died on February
19, 2013. He was a Certified Public Accountant who resided in the Northeast Section of
Philadelphia. Husband of BEA
(nee
FEINGOLD); father of BONNIE (LEWIS)
LERMAN and DAVID (LYNN) GORDON;
brother of DR. MAXWELL GORDON and BEN
GORDON; and grandfather of MICHAEL,
DONOVAN, DAVID, TARA, BROOKE, and
BRETT. Contributions in his memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice.
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LAWRENCE D. GREENBERG, ESQ., age 71,
died on February 15, 2013. He was an attorney who resided in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania.
Husband of DR. JANET CRANE; father of
NATHAN (ABBY) GREENBERG, ESQ. and
PHILLIP (KRISTIN) GREENBERG, ESQ.; stepfather of MICHAEL & RACHEL VASSAR;
brother of DR. MITCHELL GREENBERG
(JUDY SHAPIRO) and DR. ERIC (ANNE)
GREENBERG; and grandfather of COREY,
LEENA, MEIRA, ISABEL, and MAC.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the American Friends of Magen David Adom,
352 Seventh Ave., Suite 400, New York, NY
10001, www.afmda.org or a charity to the
donor's choice
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On Wednesday, January 23, 2013, JOSEPH
GROSSMAN of Silver Spring, Maryland. Loving husband of the late ESTELLA (HADASSAH) GROSSMAN and father of JOY GROSSMAN of Washington, D.C. and SHARON
ROTTMAN of Bet Shemesh, Israel. Cherished
grandfather of ALIZA FENICHEL; AKIVA, DEVORA and YEHOSHUA ROTTMAN; and BENJAMIN WEINBERGER. Great-grandfather of
NACHMAN ARYEH and SHIMON CHAYIM
FENICHEL. Interment was in Eretz HaChaim
Cemetery in Bet Shemesh, Israel. Shiva has
been completed. Contributions may be made
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RUTH HABER-JACQUINTO (nee SPEAR),
February 15, 2013. Owner of The Lillian
Shoppe. Wife of the late MYRON HABER;
Mother of MARC HABER (WENDEE) and SUE
HABER GROSSMAN (MARK); Grandmother
of MARSHA, MATTHEW, JOSHUA, PHILIP
and HUNTER. The family respectfully request
in lieu of flowers contributions in her memory be made to Congregation Rodeph Shalom.
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IZAK HERSKOVIC Died Feb 11,2013. A retired butcher at Girard Provisions Co at 2nd
and Girard and at Famous Deli at 4th and Bainbridge. Husband of the late ESTHER (nee
MYERS), father of SOL (TAMARA) HERSKOVIC and REGINA (STEVEN) KOPEW, grandfather of FRANCES, JESSICA and AARON
KOPEW. Contributions in his memory may be
made to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
555 North Lane Suite 5010 Conshohocken,
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NOLAN MARK HOROWITZ, passed away on
January 22. He was the devoted father to
BONNIE and ALAN BOBMAN and STEVEN
and MELISSA HOROWITZ , proud grandfather of ALLISON, MITCHELL, JAKE and
EVAN, beloved brother of RITA GARBER. As
devoted as he was to his family, he was also
a pillar to his community with his thoughtfulness as well as charitable donations to those
in need. A prominent figure at Morgan Stanley and its predecessor companies for 40
years, he will be remembered for his kindness, wit, sense of humor and overall commitment to those he worked with. Services to
take place in Arizona. In lieu of flowers, the
family is requesting contributions in his
memory made to Fisher House Foundation,
American Heart Association or a charity of
donor’s choice.
Arrangements by
SINAI MORTUARY OF ARIZONA.
MILDRED JACOBS (nee KAPLAN), February
10, 2013. She was 90. MRS. JACOBS was a
homemaker. Mother of BOBBY JACOBS and
BUDDY JACOBS. Contributions in her memory may be made to a charity of the donor's
choice.
STANLEY KLEIN, February 4, 2013. Beloved
husband of DENISE (nee SCHALLEUR), of
Kennett Square PA. Devoted brother of SIDNEY (MYRNA) KLEIN and LEONARD KLEIN.
Cherished uncle of many nieces and nephews. Admired coach, lifelong boating enthusiast, good friend and neighbor, active in
community organizations and respected in
his business profession. Relatives and
friends are invited to Memorial Services Sunday, February 17, 2013, at 12 Noon, JOSEPH
LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS
(WEST), 2811 West Chester Pike, Broomall
PA. Int. private. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to American Heart Association .
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LEE R. KOHN, January 24, 2013. Beloved
husband of SHERRY H. (nee MERITZ). Devoted father of REBEKAH KLIPPER (ALEXANDER) and JOSHUA KOHN (CATHY). Loving
grandfather of SADIE PEARL KLIPPER. MR.
KOHN was a retired president of Meritz Jewelers located in Berlin, NJ. He was a member
of Ohev Shalom of Bucks County. Contributions in his memory may be made to the
National Kidney Foundation 30 East 33rd
Street New York, New York 10016
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AARON JAFEE, age 78, died on February 9,
2013. He was a retired counselor for Roosevelt Memorial Park and a Mason member of
Hackenburg Mt. Moriah Lodge #19 who resided in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. Loving
father of BART (ADRIAN) JAFFE and CRAIG
(KATHY) JAFFE; dear grandfather of LANE
(FiancГ©
LAUREN), MORGAN, JOSHUA,
JUSTIN and JARED. Contributions in his
memory may be made to the Masonic Village,
Arline Hughes Fund, 1 Masonic Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022.
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FLORENCE KATZ (nee RACE), Feb. 4, 2013 of
Bensalem, PA. Wife of the late SAMUEL;
Mother of HAROLD "HAL" (BARBARA) KATZ
and BONNIE (JERRY) MORROW; Grandmother of TONA, ANDRA and SCOTT;
Great-Grandmother of CASSIDY, MELISSA
and ASHLEY. The family respectfully request
contributions in her memory be made to a
charity of the donors choice .
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JOSEPH M. JACKSON, a retired machinist,
died on February 15, 2013. He was a WW II
Army Veteran who resided in Wynnewood,
Pennsylvania.
Beloved husband of the late LILLIAN M.
JACKSON; devoted father of MARK F. JACKSON; loving brother of CLAIRE IGLESIAS,
MARY WEINSTEIN, the late MARTIN JACKSON, HILDA TOPEROFF, and SOPHIA
GREENSIDE; son of the late FRANK and LENA
(nee FRANKEL) JACKSON; and also survived
by loving friends, nieces, and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Main Line Adult Day
Care Center, 119 Radnor St., Bryn Mawr,
PA 19010.
KATE KENWORTHY (nee TAUB), age 76, died
on February 15, 2013. She was a retired
Medical Administrator who resided in Maple
Glen, Pennsylvania. Mother of ROBERT
(SHARON) KENWORTHY; sister of RUTH
TAUB; and grandmother of HANA and
RACHEL.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Madregot Program at Har Zion Temple,
1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, PA
19072 or Autism Speaks
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MORRIS D. KERSTEIN; Accomplished Surgeon and Navy Admiral DR. MORRIS D.
KERSTEIN of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
passed away on February 1, 2013 at the age
of 75. He was born in Trenton, NJ on January
13, 1938 to the late MINNIE and RUBIN
KERSTEIN. DR. KERSTEIN graduated from
Colgate University and received a Medical
Doctorate from The University of Chicago
Medical School.
He was married to
MARGARET SCHWEDLER-KERSTEIN in
1980. DR. KERSTEIN joined the Navy in 1968
and served two years active duty in Vietnam
as a trauma surgeon. He then served in Beirut and Desert Storm while in the Navy Reserves. One of DR. KERSTEIN'S most storied
accomplishments while in the Navy was the
publication of a research paper entitled “Water as a Tactical Weapon: A Doctrine for Preventing Heat Casualties,” which created new
military guidelines for rapid deployment of
large numbers of US Armed Forces. DR.
KERSTEIN retired from the Navy in 1998 as a
rear admiral. DR. KERSTEIN enjoyed an illustrious career as a Vascular Surgeon with Academic Appointments at Yale University in
New Haven, CT; The University of Chicago in
Chicago, IL; Tulane University School of
Medicine in New Orleans, LA, where he was
also Associate Dean; Hahnemann University
School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA,
where he served as Chairman of Surgery; and
Mt. Sinai Hospital and Medical Center in New
York City, NY, where he served as Vice Chairman and Director of Research in the Department of Surgery. The last part of his career
was spent as the Chief of Staff at the VA
Medical Center in Wilmington, DE. Over the
course of his career, DR. KERSTEIN published more than 800 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals and edited and published
over 18 books and 90 book chapters. He was
a member of more than 40 medical societies
and was a distinguished visiting professor
around the world. While DR. KERSTEIN was
an accomplished surgeon, his true passion
was teaching and being a mentor to all of his
medical residents and fellows. Besides his
wife, he is survived by his son LARS
KERSTEIN.Donations may be made in DR.
KERSTEIN'S honor to Doctors Without Borders, http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org,
and the Wounded Warrior Project,
http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org.
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MORTON L. KLEVAN, February 1, 2013, of
Haverford, PA. Husband of BEATRICE (nee
HARRISON). Father of MITCHELL KLEVAN
(HONORABLE ANNE LAZARUS), ALAN
KLEVAN (LAURA) and FRED KLEVAN
(SANDY). Grandfather of SARAH, LARISSA,
SOPHIA, VICTORIA, EMILY, HARRISON and
the late ERIKA. Contributions in MORTON'S
memory be made to the Jewish Federation of
Greater Philadel-phia or to a charity of the
donor's choice.
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PHILIP KRAMER on February 6th. Husband
of the late Harriet; Father of ROBERTA
(HERBERT) MIGDON, AUDREY KRAMER,
and STEVEN (MELISSA) KRAMER; Brother of
SARA UMAN and EDWIN (SONIA) MEROW;
Grandfather of JODI (KERRY) BOSSAK and
BETH (STEPHEN) BLICK; Great-Grandfather
of HAYDEN and GAVIN BOSSAK and MASON
and RYAN BLICK. PHILIP is also survived by
many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers,
the family asks that contributions in his
memory may be made to AtlantiCare Hospice
or to a Jewish charity of the donor's choice.
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HAROLD KLINE a former furniture salesman,
died February 20, 2013. He was 93 and lived
in Northeast Philadelphia. MR. KLINE was a
Veteran of WW II.
Beloved husband of 65 years to the late
GERTRUDE. Father of SUSAN CORNELL,
JANICE (NEIL) KAPLAN and the late
WILLIAM KLINE. Brother of NORMAN
(MARLYN) KLINE. Grandfather of JESSE
CORNELL and ERIC KAPLAN. Uncle of
CAROL NEEDLEMAN and ANNE SCHWARTZ.
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IRMA MAILMAN KOHN age 91, a native of
Chester, died of respiratory failure on Jan 25
at the Hospice Residence at Taylor Hospital
in Ridley Park. MRS. KOHN attended Dewey
Mann School and Smedley Junior High
School and graduated from Chester High
School in February 1939. Her father and
mother, MORRIS and SARAH MAILMAN,
owned and operated Mailman's Department
Store on Third Street in Chester. She also attended Temple University where she graduated from the School of Commerce in 1943.
During her 58 yrs of marriage to LOUIS
KOHN she raised two children, was a Brownie
leader, and was extremely active in the Chester chapter of Hadassah. After her children
were grown she joined her husband as his
business partner at G.H. Arrow, a company
that sold technical books and periodicals to
libraries and industries. In her later years, her
life was centered around her involvement in
the many projects, committees, and activities
at Congregation Ohev Shalom in Wallingford.
She was Treasurer of the Gift Shop, served
on the Cemetery Committee and Ritual Committee, and was a dedicated member of the
Daily Minyan Group, the Bible Study Class,
and the Jewish War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary. She is survived by her daughter SUSAN
HALE (ROBERT) of Virginia, her son ALAN of
New York City, and two grandsons, SCOTT
and MICHAEL HALE, both of California. Contributions in her memory may be made to
Congregation Ohev Shalom 2 Chester Road
Wallingford, Pennsylvania 19086
KUTLER
JOYCE KUTLER (nee STERN), February 14,
2013. Beloved wife of GORDON for 60 years.
A Public Relations specialist for the JCRC
and a very active member of Germantown
Jewish Center and American Jewish Congress. She was a graduate of Syracuse University (Magna Cum Laude). Mother of
BARRY KUTLER and the late BRUCE KUTLER. Loving mother-in-law of ZOE and ERIC
GINGOLD.
Dear grandmother of JOEY,
ADAM, and MELISSA. Sister of DAVID
STERN (KARIN SUE CARNEY). Daughter of
the late JOSEPH and DOROTHY STERN. Sister-in-law of EDWIN KUTLER and MAYER
KUTLER (the late BOBBY). Aunt of PHIL
STERN (HEIDI) and the late MICHAEL STERN
(MARY KAY). Contributions may be made to
Germantown Jewish Center or the Abramson
Center for Jewish Life.
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MARGOLIS
FLORENCE M. RUDOLPH LIESNER, age 97.3,
of old age, on February 10, 2013. Wife of the
late SAMUEL LIESNER and the late JACK
RUDOLPH. Mother of RONALD RUDOLPH.
Grandmother of MICHAEL, EDWARD (MILA),
and KEVIN (HEATHER). Great grandmother
of SAMANTHA. Sister of the late EVELYN
SYLVIA BERNHEIN. Contributions in her
memory and in honor of OBIE and BAXTER
may be made to The Bright and Beautiful
Therapy Dogs, Inc - 80 Powder Mill Road,
Morris Plains, NJ 07960
ALAN WM. MARGOLIS ESQ., of Bala
Cynwyd. Father of RICHARD J. MARGOLIS,
ESQ., ANDREW S. (LISA) MARGOLIS ESQ.
and JACKIE BITENSKY. Brother of SANDRA
ALLOY. Grandfather of MARC, CARA, LEVARI, ELNATAN, AVIEL and LITAL. The family respectfully requests that contributions in
his memory be made to Chabad of Chester
County, Temple Beth-Hillel Beth El or to Penn
Law School.
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GIETA MARDER LANDOW, July 10, 1911 Feb. 12, 2013, 101 years. Beloved daughter
of the late WILLIAM and JENNIE MARDEr,
sister of the late HYMAN and MIRIAM MARDER, ANNE and NOAH SEBOTNICK, ISADORE (NANCY) MARDER and NATHAN and
SYLVIA MARDER; also predeceased by her
loving husband SYLVAN LANDOW, son
WILLIAM
LANDOW
and
son-in-law
BERTRAM HOROWITZ. Survived by her loving daughter BARBARA HOROWITZ, proud
grandmother of AMY HOROWITZ (SHANA),
FRANKLIN HOROWITZ (JOAN), GEOFFREY
HOROWITZ (LAURA), WENDY LANDOW
(ERIC TEPPER), ROBERT LANDOW (ARLEN)
and KENNETH LANDOW (TIFFANY); also survived by 13 great grandchildren and one
great great grandchild. She will be remembered by her lifelong friend REBA SWINGER
and her many loving nieces and nephews and
their children. She was a graduate of William
Penn High School, a retired Bookkeeper, lifelong member of Hadassah and many times
President of the Wynnefield Chapter, longtime member of Har Zion Temple and it's Sisterhood. In lieu of flowers contributions in
her memory may be made to Hadassah of
Greater Phila., 1518 Walnut St., Suite 402,
Phila., PA 19102 or Har Zion Temple.
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LIPMAN
HADASSAH R. LEVIN (nee ROUTTENBERG),
a former social worker, died February 10,
2013. Wife of the late EMANUEL. Mother of
RABBI LEONARD LEVIN ( MARGIE FREEMAN), DR. VICTOR ( MARLENE) LEVIN and
the late JOSEPH LEVIN. GRANDMOTHER OF
DAVID AND RACHEL. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the New Israel Fund
or Martins Run.
HERMAN L. LIPMAN, age 93, died on January 25, 2013. He was a men's clothing retail
store owner who resided in Warminster,
Pennsylvania. Beloved husband of EDITH
"JUDY" (nee WEINSTEIN); dear father of
BARBARA (HERB) GREEN and ROBERT
LIPMAN; brother of MELVIN (JOAN)
LIPMAN; grandfather of JESSICA (MARK)
BRODY MEHRINGER, ALISON BRODY,
KATHRYN LIPMAN, and LAURA LIPMAN;
and great grandfather of LEAH and MADDOX.
Friends wishing may contribute to Ann's
Choice Benevolent Fund, 20000 Ann's Choice
Way, Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974.
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STANLEY LEVIN, age 82, died on February 7,
2013 in Maple Shade, New Jersey. He was a
plumbing business owner.
Husband of
TILLIE (nee KLEIN); father of EDWARD
LEVIN and BRUCE (VANESSA SPANG)
LEVIN; brother of the late MILDRED MARCUS and LUCILLE ROTHSTEIN; and grandfather of BENJAMIN LEVIN and ALEXANDER
LEVIN. 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
10163-4777.
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NEIL LEIBMAN, of Merion Station, Father of
FAITH LEIBMAN, DR. JILL KORNMEHL ESQ.
and DR. JOSEPH LEIBMAN; He is also survived by 11 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. The family requests contributions in his
memory be made to Lower Merion Synagogue.
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BEVERLY LERNER (nee KUTNER), age 86,
died on January 31, 2013. She was a former
administrative clerical assistant in the buyer
department at Strawbridge & Clothier and the
customer service department at Clover who
resided in Lexington Park, Maryland, formerly of Glenside, Pennsylvania.Wife of the
late ARNOLD; mother of ANDRYA LERNER
and CHERYL (JOSEPH) MARQUIS; and
grandmother of SAMANTHA and ALEKSANDR. .Contributions in her memory may
be made to the American Heart Association,
5455 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43214.
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DR. EDWIN, February 20, 2013 of Wynnewood, Pa. Husband of the late FRANCES
(nee RIFKIN). Father of JILL (ROBERT) SAMBERG and RICHARD (MARCI) LEVY. Brother
of BARBARA POMERANTZ and WARREN
LEVY. Grandfather of SARI, JENNA, JEFFREY, LEE and JORDAN. Great-grandfather
of NOLAN. Contributions in his memory may
be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
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TOBE R.LEVY (nee RITWE), Feb. 5, 2013, of
Jenkintown, Pa. Beloved wife of the late WILLIAM W., cherished mother of JONI (JEFFREY) LIBERMAN, MICHAEL (ELLYN) LEVY
and ANDY (RUTH) LEVY, devoted grandmother of ADAM, KATIE, JACOB, MATTHEW,
SARA, SAM and BILLY, loving sister of MARGOT SILVERMAN. She was beautiful, feisty,
strong, compassionate, determined and
brave. She is forever a role model for her
children and grandchildren. She blessed all of
those around her with kind words, a loving
heart, and witty intellect. She will be sorely
missed by her family and friends. Contributions in her memory may be made to The
Parkinson's Council, 111 Presidential Blvd.,
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004.
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PETER H. LOWENTHAL , February 17, 2013,
formerly of Blue Bell. Husband of DOREEN
(nee SMITH) also survived by nieces and
nephews. In lieu of flowers contributions in
his memory may be made to a charity of the
donor's choice .
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CELIA LUKOFF, (nee SELTZER), age 94, died
on February 15, 2013. Her residence was
Skokie, IL for the last 10 years, and was formerly of Lafayette Hill, PA. CELIA was the
beloved wife of the late AARON for 62 years.
Loving mother of RICHARD (SHELLY) and
STANLEY (ESTELLE) LUKOFF, and DR. ELLEN (DR. ROBERT) POLISKY. Devoted
grandmother of MATTHEW and JULIE
LUKOFF, CHANA and RIVKA POLISKY. Dear
sister of FRANCES (CECIL) COOPER and the
late BETTY and SIDNEY WEINSTEIN. Dear
aunt of BARBARA (NIKOLA) and JUDITH
COOPER
and
VIVIAN
(RICHARD)
KANTROW. Graveside services were held at
at Haym Salomon Memorial Park in Frazer,
PA. Contributions in CELIA'S memory can
be made to Congregation Or Ami, Lafayette
Hill, PA, or a charity of the donor's choice.
MITZVAH MEMORIAL FUNERALS
630-MITZVAH (648-9824) or
www.mitzvahfunerals.com
LUTERMAN
LAWRENCE J. "LARRY" LUTERMAN, January
31, 2013. Husband of the late ARLENE (nee
SUSSMAN), of Broomall, PA, Father of the
late RICHARD LUTERMAN, Father of KEITH
(LEEANN) LUTERMAN, LINDA LUTERMAN
KERR, CURTIS LUTERMAN, SARI A. BOLNICK, RUTH E. BOLNICK and CHARLES L.
BOLNICK (SUSAN L. CASO-BOLNICK),
brother of the late JANET GREENBERG.
Grandfather of KC, SEAN, PHILIP, ADAM,
CHELSEY, JORDAN, JESSE (BRANDI), MATTHEW, ALEXI, ANDREW and GREGORY.
Great grandfather of KOBE, BROOKLYNN,
ARLEN and JARED. Contributions in his
memory be made to Birthright Israel Foundation, http://www.birthrightisrael.com/ or by
mail to Birthright Israel Foundation, 33 E.
33rd St., 7th Floor, New York, NY 10016.
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HELEN MICKLIN a retired secretary died Feb
18, 2013. Wife of the late CHARLES
MICKLIN; mother of ALAN MICKLIN, JANICE
GOLTZ and the late NEIL MICKLIN; also survived by 6 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren. Contributions in her memory may be made to
American Heart Association 5455 North High
Street Columbus, Ohio 43214
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LEATRICE (nee EPSTEEN) died 2/20/2013 at
years of age. LEE was born and raised in
Philadelphia and lived in Wilmington, Delaware before moving to Tamarac, Fla. 30 years
ago with her husband MAYER who was her
dance partner through life Their teaching and
performances gave pleasure to all . The void
she leaves will be acutely felt by MAYER and
their daughters ELLEN SPILLER and MINDY
EILENDER, her sister BUNNI MORFESIS
(JIM),her grandsons and their families and
nieces and nephews. Please consider any
Jewish charity if you wish to make a donation
in LEES` name.
The funeral was in Florida on 2/21/2013
NECOWITZ
ALAN "SONNY" S. NECOWITZ, January 25,
2013.
MR. NECOWITZ was a realtor.
Beloved husband of HELEN (nee BLUM).
Loving father of JOEL NECOWITZ (LISA) and
DEBRA CORAN (JEFFREY). Dear grandfather
of MONICA CORAN. Contributions may be
made to American Heart Association or
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation.
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EVELYN NITZBERG (nee SCHWARTZ) January 26, 2013 of Gibsonia, Pa. formerly of
Wyncote. Wife of the late JULES. Mother of
ROBERT (SUSAN) NITZBERG and SUSAN
(LONNIE) RICHMAN. Sister of ADELE
GLASSMAN. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Services were held at Roosevelt Memorial Park. The family requests that contributions in her memory be made to St. Barnabas Nursing Home: 5827 Meridian Road
Gibsonia, Pa. 15044.
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POLSKY
ROSE POLSKY (nee ROSENBERG), February
10, 2013, of Philadelphia, PA. Beloved wife of
the late SIDNEY POLSKY, Mother of MILTON
POLSKY and MARILYN SHERWOOD, Grandmother of DANA SHERWOOD, NICOLE
SHERWOOD
and
AARON
POLSKY,
Mother-in-law of HOWARD MINER and Loving Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Please
make any contributions in her memory to Hadassah.
ALLEN POTTASH 75, on February 10, 2013.
Beloved husband of PHYLLIS (nee
GROSSMAN). Devoted father of STEVEN
POTTASH and JILL WEISS (the late DAVID
WEISS). Special Pop-Pop of ALEXANDRA
and SAMUEL POTTASH, JEFFREY, JAMES,
ERIC and EDWARD WEISS. Brother of the
late RISA KAHN. His generosity and abiding
loyalty to his loved ones and friends defined
ALLEN as a person. He lived life abundantly
and on his own terms. His passions were
family, his business and tennis. ALLEN was a
graduate of the 203rd Class of Central High
School and a 1958 graduate of PTI (Phila.
University). Contributions in his memory may
be made to the David B. Weiss Memorial
Foundation, 200 Gibraltar Rd., Suite 115,
Horsham, PA 19044.
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DR. JOSEPH, Jan. 24, 2013, of Glenside. Father of REBECCA MERCURI, SAMUEL
PROVENZANO and ADRIENNE PROVENZANO. DR. PROVENZANO taught science at
Olney H.S. for over 40 years. He maintained
an optometric office in Glenside, managed
"Sam's Parking" the family business in Center
City, Phila. for 60 years. He was a graduate of
Central H.S., the Univ. of Penna. and The College of Optometry in Phila. He was a life Mason and member of Equity Lodge. Services
and interment are private. In lieu of flowers,
contributions in his memory may be made to
Univ. of Pennsylvania Museum.
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ESTHER SAVITZ (nee DEUTSER), February
10, 2013 of Horsham, Pa. Wife of the late
MELVIN SAVITZ and SIDNEY RAPPEPORT.
Mother of JAY (SUE) SAVITZ and ANN
GLICKMAN. Mother-in-Law of the late LAWRENCE GLICKMAN. Also survived by 4
grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Services and Int. are private. Contributions in
her memory may be made to the Abramson
Center for Jewish Life (or) the Samuel Paley
Day Care Center
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SAUL STUART ROSENBERG, 56, passed
away on January 18, 2013, in Peoria, Illinois.
Born and raised in Cheltenham, PA, he lived
most recently in Peru, IL. He pursued a career in hotel management and, later, in car
sales. Involved in B'nai Brith as a youth, he
became active in Rotary International and
was an adult leader in the Boy Scouts and
Central States youth baseball. The son of
SELMA ROSENBERG and the late PAUL
ROSENBERG, he is survived by his wife
SHARON and sons DAVID, KEVIN, SAMUEL
and MICHAEL in Illinois and by his brother
MARC in Virginia. Funeral and memorial
services were held on January 21 in Illinois.
The family suggests to those wishing to
honor Saul's memory that a donation be
made to the National Kidney Foundation.
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FLORENCE G. RUBIN (nee EDESON), age 99,
died on February 20, 2013. She was a retail
children's clothing merchant who resided in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wife of the late
DAVID; mother of ALLEN RUBIN and
MITCHELL (LORRAINE) RUBIN; grandmother
of ABBI BERSCHLER, GREGG RUBIN, and
MATTHEW RUBIN; and also survived by 7
great grandchildren. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the Holy Redeemer
Hospice, 12265 Townsend Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19154.
MARTIN SACKS died January 28th, 2013
at the age of 95. Patriarch, beloved Father,
Pop Pop, and Great Grandfather. Originally
from Elkins Park, PA., he resided in Boca Raton Florida. MARTIN was loving, highly intelligent, world traveled and bon vivant. He was
the center of the universe for his family who
adored him. After earning his business degree in accounting from Temple University,
he worked with Lloyds of London and
founded the the Martin Sacks Insurance
Agency. He and his late beloved wife RUTH
dedicated themselves to charitable endeavors
that included the Phila. Geriatric/Abramson
Center for JewishLife and a Scholarship program at Tel Aviv. University.
He is survived by his daughter NINA SACKS
KARAS, son Dr. STEPHEN SACKS and
his wife SUSAN; his grandchildren ILANA
(LANI) DAVIS, SCOTT WACHS and his wife
DANA and ROBERT and BRIAN SACKS;
great grandchildren ANDREW, ADAM and
SYDNEY DAVIS and SLOANE WACHS.
Contributions may be made to Abramson
Center for Jewish Life. 1425 Horsham Road
North Wales, PA 19454.
LILLIAN (nee SHENKMAN), February 1, 2013.
She was 91 years and a resident of King of
Prussia. Beloved wife of the late EUGENE.
Mother of JILL SEGAL (EDWARD BAIM), JOY
REIF (MAX), and STEWART SCHWARTZ
(PATTY). Mother-in-law of ALAN SEGAL
(JULIE). Sister of PEARL BLEICHER. Bubbie
of ELLEN, EVAN (JENNIFER), and JENNIFER.
Great grandmother of DANIELLE, ALEX, SAVANNAH, and GRAHAM.
ALAN J. SWOTES ESQUIRE, 86 of Boynton
Beach, FLA passed away in his home on
January 26 with family by his side. Born and
raised in Philadelphia by his parents GERTRUDE and EDWARD, ALAN graduated from
Central High School, Pennsylvania State University and the University of Pennsylvania
Law School. He was an Assistant US Attorney
before practicing privately. Much of ALAN'S
career was spent in the commercial real estate investment business where he owned
and operated a number of Philadelphia properties with his partners. Alan was a longtime
member of Philmont Country Club and was
active in numerous charities including The
Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House, where
memorial contributions can be made in his
honor. Alan is survived by JANE, his wife of
53 years, sons MICHAEL and WILLIAM,
daughter-in-law LISA and three grandchildren: JAMIE, MADELINE AND JONAH.
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FRANCES S. RUSS (nee SLAVIN), age 83 of
Bordentown, NJ, passed away December. 29,
2012. Beloved wife of DR. ELLIER RUSS
with whom she just celebrated 62 years of
marriage. Lovingly embraced by daughter
SHERYL and son-in-law ALLEN KLAPPER,
son NASON and daughter-in- law MAUD,
brother MARC and sister-in-law BARBARA
SLAVIN, and grandchildren LOUIS and
ABIGAIL KLAPPER. Born and raised in Phila
where she earned a BA in Education from
Temple and used her talents to teach 5th
grade at Martin School for the Deaf, adult
education to illiterate soldiers at Fort Knox,
Sunday school, and as a substitute teacher in
local school systems. Blessed with a gifted
voice, as a young performer she sang with
several local big bands, performed at weddings and parties, was an early performer
during development of WRTI radio station,
and directed and sang with synagogue
choirs. Moved to Bordentown, NJ in 1954
where she managed her husband's Podiatry
practice while raising two children and also
acting and singing for the Bordentown community players. Long-time member of Congregation Brothers of Israel and Temple B'nai
Abraham Sisterhood in Bordentown. She
was a constant support to her children and
husband enriching their lives, guiding and
molding a loving cohesive devoted family
unit. Contributions to her memory at Congregation Brothers of Israel, 530 Washington
Crossing Road, Newtown, PA 18940
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ELAINE SACKS (nee STOLPER), February 1,
2013 of Philadelphia, PA. Wife of the late
ISAAC SACKS. Mother of BARRY SACKS,
RABBI ANDREW SACKS, STEVEN SACKS,
DAVID SACKS and ERIC SACKS. Grandmother. Contributions in ELAINE'S memory
may be made to Masorti, 98 Derech Hevron,
P.O.B. 7559, Jerusalem 91074, ISRAEL.
E-Mail: [email protected] Web Page
http://www.masorti.org/.
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PHYLLIS SCHWARTZ (nee STRAUSS), age
85, died February 9, 2013. She lived in Riverdale, New York, formerly of Levittown, Pennsylvania. She was a lifetime member of Congregation Beth El in Yardley, Pennsylvania.
Wife of the late FRED; mother of CAROL
(MARK) SHUCKER, BARNEY SCHWARTZ,
ALAN (RUTH) SCHWARTZ, and ELLIOT
(BAT SHEVA) SCHWARTZ; and grandmother
of 13 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Contributions in her memory may be
made to the charity of the donor's choice.
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NETTIE SALAMON beloved daughter of the
late DAVID and LENA SALAMON and sister of
MILTON M. SALAMON (BERNICE) was born
JAN. 10, 1913 and died on FEB. 8, 2013 She
acheived her goal of reaching 100 and will be
missed by her many devoted nieces and
nephews. Preceeded in death by brothers
OTTO (LILLIAN) and EDWARD (FLORENCE)
SALAMON. She loved to ice skate, folk dance
and hike, and was awarded honorary lifetime
membership by Sholom Aleichem Club for
devoted service.
SCHENKER
Formerly SONA LEVY, survived by her three
children, CARLA, JILL and GEORGE LEVY,
granddaughter
YARROW
KELSEY,
great-granddaughter LIRAEL KELSEY and beloved companion, SIDNEY FINGERHOOD,
died February 14, 2013. Our mother loved
music, dance, art, poetry, and physical fitness, especially yoga. Her love of the arts
defined her, and she powerfully transmitted
that knowledge and appreciation to her
daughters, both musicians. She was vibrant,
creative and determined to not let illness define the end of her life. We will all miss her.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
Hemophilia Federation of America Washington, DC
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SARAH (nee GOLDENBERG), February 15,
2013. Wife of the late JACOB. Mother of
EILEEN APPELBAUM (EUGENE), GAIL CHASKES (JAY), and the late DAVID SCHNEIDER.
Mother-in-law of BEVERLY SCHNEIDER.
Grandmother of RICHARD APPELBAUM,
CINDY APPELBAUM (ADAM SILVERMAN),
LAUREN APPELBAUM (EVAN HENERSON),
MICHAEL CHASKES (SARAH), JILL FOSTER
(MATTHEW), JODI SCHNEIDER, PHOENIX
SCHNEIDER (MEL GOODWIN), and BRETT
SCHNEIDER (MIA). Also survived by 9 Great
grandchildren. Contributions may be made
to Abington Hospital Home Care & Hospice,
2510 Maryland Avenue - Suite 250 - Willow
Grove, PA 19090 or Cong. Bnai Tikvah - Beth
Israel, PO Box 1013, Turnersville, NJ 08012
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SYLVIA (PEARLSTEIN) (nee GOLD), age 85,
died on January 29, 2013. She was a former
dental secretary who resided in Jenkintown,
Pennsylvania. She graduated from Tilden
Senior High School. Wife of the late MORTON
PEARLSTEIN and the late BERNIE STRAUS;
mother of CHARLOTTE WALLACE, GARY
(TAMI) PEARLSTEIN, and KENNETH PEARLSTEIN; stepmother of SHERYL (ARTHUR)
KUPERSTEIN and BARBARA (STEVEN)
ROSENBERG; sister of HARRIET SMITH; and
also survived by 13 grandchildren and 4
great grandchildren. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society Greater Delaware Valley Chapter,
30 South 17Th Street, Suite 800, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103, or to the Juvenile
Diabetes Association, 225 City Avenue, Suite
104, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 19004.
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TRACHTMAN
PEARL TRACHTMAN (nee SCHLOSBERG),
February 7, 2013. 2 months shy of her 99th
birthday. Beloved wife of the late EUGENE.
Loving mother of MYRNA LEBOWITZ (CONRAD), IRENE ROSENBERG (SYDNEY), and
JOYCE BAYER (RON). Dear grandmother of
RANDY LEBOWITZ (DAWN), CINDEE GOLDBERG (TERRY), KIMBERLY LARRABEE , ROBYN ROSENBERG, and LISA MILLINGER
(BRIAN). Also survived by 11 loving great
grandchildren. Contributions in her memory
may be made to Abramson Center for Jewish
Life 1425 Horsham Road North Wales, Pennsylvania 19454 or to a charity of the donor's
choice.
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TRUMPER
ALAN TRUMPER, Feb. 12, 2013 of Penn Valley. Husband of CLAIRE (nee COHEN). Father
of BRUCE (THERESA) TRUMPER and
ALYSSA TRUMPER. Grandfather of MATTHEW (HEATHER) FELIX. Great grandfather
of GRACE, JAMES and OLIVIA. Contributions in his memory may be made to Defenders of Wildlife or a charity of the donor's
choice .
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MORTON WABER a retired insurance broker
died January 24, 2013, he resided in
Audubon, PA. Husband of MIRIAM, father of
MAXINE WABER (THOMAS LIVINGSTON),
PAUL WABER (BRENDA) and LEWIS WABER
(PAMELA), grandfather of DANIEL SNYDER
(ANGELA), JOANNE MARDER (GIL), GEOFFREY LIVINGSTON (CAITLIN), BENJAMIN
WABER (REBECCA) and ANDREW WABER;
also survived by 5 great grandchildren. He
left a legacy of love, selflessness and generosity. He relished his role as patriarch of a
large but close family, celebrating holidays
and birthdays with large gatherings and taking close family members on several reunion
vacations. He served in many volunteer roles.
He originated Food For Thought, which developed into a city-wide free breakfast program
for the Philadelphia Schools. He did hospice
work for the Pennsylvania Hospital and
served for several years on the Lower Merion
Police Department Neighborhood Watch. He
was a board member and treasurer of the
Main Line Chamber of Commerce,
secretary-treasurer of the Ardmore Rotary
Club, division leader of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Philadelphia, a Cub Scouts pack
leader and membership chairman for the
Philadelphia Big Brothers, which named him
a Big Brother of the Year. Contributions in his
memory may be made to Jewish Federation
of Philadelphia 2100 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
WALDMAN
VERNICK
DR. CLIFFORD G VERNICK., February 12,
2013, of Santa Fe, NM. Formerly of Allentown
PA. Husband of JOAN (nee BLOCK). Father of
SCOTT VERNICK, ESQ. and PAMELA
DEUTSCH. Brother of MURIEL EDELSON and
PHYLIS VERNICK. Grandfather of KATE, AVI,
EMILY, SHAI, VICTOR, CHARLIE and ALAN.
The family respectfully requests that contributions in his memory be made to Christus
St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, 455
Saint Michaels Drive, Santa Fe NM 87505, or
to your preferred charity.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC
Judaism isn’t just what we believe, or the prayers
we recite or the laws we observe. It’s also about
the way we live. How we interact with others.
The values we practice. The customs and traditions
we embrace and pass down, from one generation
to the next.
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DR. HABIB TONSEY, February 12, 2013 of
Wynnewood, PA. Husband of the late ROBERTA. Father of DEBBIE (JAMES DONNELLY)
TONSEY and PHILIP (FARIMA) TONSEY.
Grandfather of AMANDA and JACOB. DR
TONSEY had a long surgical career, and was
the Medical Director of the Budd Company.
"Pop-Pop" will be greatly missed! Services
and Interment were private. Contributions in
his memory may be made to the Alzheimer's
Association , Humane Society of the United
States, or to the Pennsylvania SPCA.
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JOSEPH
GERTRUDE WALDMAN (nee SIGEL), died on
February 11, 2013 at age 99. She was the devoted wife of the late SHEP WALDMAN; loving mother of DON and ROSLYN WALDMAN,
RUTH WALDMAN SCHULTZ, and GENE and
ETTA WALDMAN; proud grandmother of
JODY and PETER ABRAMS, HOWARD and
LISA WALDMAN, VICKI and KEVIN GOTTLIEB, GARY and SLOANE WALDMAN, JESSICA SCHULTZ, JACQUELINE SCHULTZ,
KATHERINE and WARREN ZAGER, STEFANIE
and ALEC SCHOENBERGER, MEREDITH
WALDMAN, and JEFFREY WALDMAN; Great
grand-mother "bubbe" extraordinaire of
JASON ABRAMS, MATTHEW ABRAMS, ERIK
WALDMAN, SCOTT WALDMAN, RACHEL
GOTTLIEB, LENNY GOTTLIEB, SAMANTHA
GOTTLIEB, CARLY WALDMAN, SOPHIE
WALDMAN, MAGGIE WALDMAN, CAROLINE
ZAGER, CHARLOTTE ZAGER, and CHLOE
GRACE SCHOENBERGER. Contributions may
be made to Congregation Adath Jeshurun or
Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind at
IsraelGuideDog.org
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ZELMANOVITCH
LEVENBERG
MINNIE WEINER, age 94, died on January
21, 2013 of Majestic Oaks in Warminster,
PA. She was a warm and wonderful homemaker. Also active in women's fashion and
sales. Wife of the late MANUEL; mother of
EILEEN GREEN and LINDA (LARRY)
BROUSE; grandmother of LAUREN (GREGG)
SOFFER, LINDSAY (RAFAEL) GUITIERREZ,
JONATHAN, and BRITTANY; and great grandmother of IMMANUEL, GAVRIEL, SARAH,
and MIA. Contributions in her memory may
be made to The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration (AFTD), Radnor Station
Building 2, Suite 320, 290 King of Prussia
Road, Radnor, Pennsylvania 19087.
SERENA ZELMANOVITCH (nee KESSLER),
age 85, died on January 24, 2013. She was a
retired knitting trimmer and a member of The
Association of Holocaust Survivors who resided in Philadelphia, PA. Wife of the late
SOLOMON; mother of LILI RUBIN and
DMITRII (SONYA) ZELMANOVITCH; grandmother of REBECCA (MARK) SHEFCYK,
GREG RUBIN, MITCHELL ZELMANOVITCH,
and BLANCHE ZELMANOVITCH; and great
grandmother of MARK LOPEZ-SHEFCYK,
JALEN SHEFCYK, and JACOB SHEFCYK. Contributions in her memory may be made to
The Association of Holocaust Survivors, c/o
Miriam Caine, 423 Waring St., Phila., PA
19116.
In Loving Memory of
BENJAMIN LEVENBERG
Who Passed Away
June 5, 1998
At 82 Years
Born February 22
You Will Be In Our Hearts
And Our Memories Forever.
Sadly Missed By
Wife: ROSE
Sons: STEVEN, JAY, DAVID
Daughter: GAIL
Sister: EDITH FLEISHER
Grandchildren, Nieces and Nephews
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WIKLER
IRENE WIKLER (nee JACOBY), February 7,
2013, of Philadelphia PA, formerly of Cheltenham PA. Wife of the late MILTON R. WIKLER. Mother of DR. MATTHEW A. (JAYNEANN) WIKLER, HERMINE WIKLER and
LOUIS I. (RANDI) WIKLER. Also survived by
4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
The family respectfully request that contributions in Irene's memory be made to the National MS Society.
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WINE
MARTHA F. WINE (LAMBERT) nee FINE, wife
of the late BERNARD WINE and the late
HARRY LAMPERT. Mother of GLENN (ANDREA) LAMPERT and ERIC (SHERRI) LAMPERT. Grandmother of SAMANTHA (MICHAEL) LICHTENSTEIN, HARA LAMPERT,
HARRISON LAMPERT and MICHELLE LAMPERT. Great grandmother of COLE.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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ZAVODNICK
BARBARA ZAVODNICK (nee NEEDLEMAN) of
Bensalem, PA, died on February 2, 2013.
Wife of the late SIDNEY. Mother of GARY
(EVE) ZAVODNICK, ROBYN (STEVEN)
SCHROEDER, and TODD (TRACY) ZAVODNICK. Grandmother of ELISSA, DANIEL,
BRYCE, and QUINN. Contributions in her
memory may be made to Holy Redeemer
Hospice, 12265 Townsend Rd., Phila., Pa.,
19154.
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ZEITLIN
MATTHEW J. ZEITLIN, age 87, died on February 16, 2013. He was a retired teacher who
resided in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Devoted husband of SYLVIA (nee SILVERSTEIN); loving father of IRA (PAMELA) ZEITLIN and ELIOT ZEITLIN; and dear grandfather
of BRETT (SHANA BARRETT) ZEITLIN and
BRITTANY (MATTHEW WEISS) ZEITLIN.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the Alzheimer's Association, 399 Market St.,
Ste. 102, Phila., PA 19106 or The Ben Gurion
Research Institute, P.O. Box 257, Sede Boker
Campus 84990, Midreshet Ben-Gurion Israel.
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SONYA ZELMANOVICH, February 1, 2013, of
Cherry Hill, NJ. Wife of DMITRII ZELMANOVICH. Mother of MITCHELL ZELMANOVICH
and BLANCHE ZELMANOVICH. Brother of
YOSEF MARKOVITZ. Interment Crescent Memorial Park, Pennsauken, NJ. The family respectfully requests contributions in her memory be made to the Childern of the Jewish
Holocaust Survivors Association, P.O. Box
1127, Jenkintown, PA 19046 www.cjhsa.org
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ZIPPER
JEFFREY ZIPPER a manufacturer representative in the printing industry died February 5,
2013, he resided in Dresher, PA. Beloved
husband of FAITH (nee LERNER), devoted
father of ADAM (MELISSA) ZIPPER and
NIKKI (JASON) SPANGLER. Adoring
Pop-Pop of SAGE, LUCAS, CHASE and
EMERSON. Contributions in his memory may
be made to Pennsylvania SPCA 350 East Erie
Avenue Phila., PA 19134 or PAWS
Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society
100 North 2nd Street Phila., PA 19106
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ADLER
MATTHEW DAVID ADLER
Born 6/15/1970 Phila. Died 2/18/2011 Seattle
Two years have passed since we lost you.
We will cherish your memory
in our hearts for as long as we live.
And one day we will be together.
In the meantime, we will continue
to look for you in rainbows.
MOM and DAD, Bryn Mawr , PA
MARC, Penn Valley, PA
JENN,JAKE, & ZOE, Seattle,WA
ZOREN
MORRIS "REDS" ZOREN a retired meat cutter, died February 10, 2013. He lived in Philadelphia, Pa. MR. ZOREN was a Veteran of
WW II (branch of the Army) a member of
Kraus-Pearlstein Lodge # 8 Brith Sholom and
a Past Commander of the Schreiber- Reiser
Post- Jewish War Veterans.
Beloved husband of the late HELEN. Devoted
father of DR. BRUCE (KARYN) ZOREN, NEAL
ZOREN and the late LISA (ARNOLD) LOCKSTEIN.Grandfather of COURTNEY (DAMON)
SMITH, TODD (ERICA) ZOREN, WENDY
(CHRIS) ROGGIO, RYAN LOCKSTEIN and
DREW LOCKSTEIN. Great grandfather of
CADEN, GABRIELLE and COLE.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the Alzheimer's Assocation, 399 Market
Street, Suite 102, Philadelphia, PA. 19106 or
the MS Clinic at University of Pennsylvania
Hospital, 3400 Spruce Street, Philadelphia,
PA 19104
KOHN
“If there ever comes a day
when we can't be together,
keep me in your heart.
I'll stay there forever.”
A.A. Milne
We remember with love
BEVERLY, BUD and ROB KOHN.
You are missed.
JULIE, FORD, EMILY and ETHAN
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VIZAK
JEFFREY S. VIZAK
August 11, 1966 - February 16, 2003
Dear Daddy,
We can't believe that you have been gone for
10 years.
We love and miss you everyday!
Forever in our hearts.
Love your girls xoxo
Lesley and Mel
WIEZER
ELIAS
4/30/62 - 2/5/2000
What we wouldn't give
to have you here ELI.
You Inspire Us,
You Teach Us,
You Hold and Love Us
13 Years. & Yesterday
LOVE YOU FOREVER & ALWAYS,
BETTY and SARA
COHEN
In Loving Memory of
BEVERLY COHEN
On Her Twelfth Yahrzeit
February 15. 2013
Loved And Missed By
Her Husband,
Children, Grandchildren,
Brother, Family
And Her Many Friends
MEMORIALS
MARKS
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
MITZI MARKS
ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF
HER FOURTH YAHRZEIT
our lives go on without you
But nothing is the same
We have to hide our heartaches
When someone speaks your name
Sad are the hearts that love you
Silent the tears that fall
Living our lives without you
is the hardest part of all
You did so many things for us
Your heart was kind and true
And when we needed someone
We could always count on you
The special times will not return
When we were all together
But with the love within our hearts
You will be with us forever
We love and miss you
Love Always,
MARV, KAREN, RICK, ROB, JODI, ANDREA,
ROB, JENN, ALLIE, CORY, JEFF, TYLER,
DANI, JESSE, BEA, BOB
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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COHEN
DAVID COHEN
October 1, 1922 – December 7, 2012
The Cohen Family would like to express
their deepest gratitude and appreciation for
all of the love, kindness and thoughtful
gestures that have been bestowed upon
them during this time of bereavement.
Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts
and showering us with wonderful cards and
donations. It has been greatly appreciated.
All Our Love,
MICKEY, JOEL, JODI, ALEXANDRA, SAM,
RICHARD, DYLAN, CHAD, BETSY, MATT,
ALEC and NOAH
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