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A Community
Remembers
JEWISH EXPONENT DEATH NOTICES
APRIL 2012
Sponsored by Goldsteins’, Rosenberg’s, Raphael-Sacks, Inc.
www.jewishexponent.com
JEWISH EXPONENT
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ALTMAN
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DYEN
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ALTMAN
BERUE
COMER
DYEN
IRVING, March 29, 2012, of Erdenheim PA.
Husband of the late LEHLA (nee RUBENSTEIN). Father of KAREN (GARY) STEINFIELD, HARRY (KATE) ALTMAN and DEBRA
(JAY) BROCKMAN. Also survived by 7 grandchildren. Brother of DAVID ALTMAN and the
late BEREL ALTMAN. The family respectfully
request that contri-butions in his memory be
made to The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter, 321 Norristown Road, Suite
#260, Ambler PA 19002, The Jewish National
Fund, 2100 Arch St., 3rd Floor, Phila. PA
19103 or to a charity of the donor's choice
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
NANCY E. BERUE died April 1, 2012. Beloved
wife of MICHAEL M. BERUE. Devoted mother
of DAVID J. JACOB N. and ZACHARY L.
BERUE. Loving grandmother of COURTNEY
L. BERUE. Sister of GLORIA. Daughter of the
late LESTER and REGINA CARPENCY. Also
survived by many nieces and nephews.
Donations in NANCY's memory may be made
to the Kidney Foundation of WNY.
Family guest book available at
amherstmemorialchapel.com
CLAIRE, April 16, 2012, of Wynnewood PA.
Wife of the late HERMAN. Mother of STEVEN
COMER, RONALD (MARLENE) COMER and
PAMELA WEINSTEIN. Sister of DONALD
CUTLER and the late ELI CUTLER. Grandmother of GREG COMER (EMILY), JON
COMER (JAMI), BILLY WEINSTEIN (ALISON), ADAM WEINSTEIN (KIMBERLY,
friend). Great grandmother of DELIA COMER.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donors choice .
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
MARION F. DYEN (nee FRIEDMAN), age 101,
died on March 25, 2012. She was a retired
teacher who resided in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Wife of the late DAVID; mother of
DR. JAMES (NATALIE) DYEN, DON (SUSAN)
DYEN, and RANDY (DEENIE) DYEN; grandmother of JESSE, JEREMY (MADHAVI),
JONATHAN, DAVID, ERICA, and ALLISON;
and great grandmother of ANJALI.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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APPLEBAUM
MARTHA “PAT” (nee BUGEN), died March
12, 2012, age 98 years, formerly of Easton,
PA. Wife of the late GEORGE APPLEBAUM.
Beloved mother of MICHAEL “RITA”
APPLEBAUM, ESQ. (An Allentown Attorney),
sister of ROZ SMOLOW, grandmother of
LISA and NICOLE and great-grandmother of
JUSTIN. MRS. APPLEBAUM was a graduate
of Easton High School, Easton Hospital
School of Nursing and a graduate of West
Chester University Class of 1963. Contributions in her memory may be made to
Womens American ORT or the Jewish
National Fund.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
BARENBAUM
HARRIET BARENBAUM (nee BOTWINICK),
age 84, died on February 16, 2012. He was a
Vice President in the clothing industry who
resided in Warminster, Pennsylvania.
Beloved wife of the late BENJAMIN; loving
mother of IVAN BARENBAUM and MERLE
(LAWRENCE) FINE; devoted sister of GERALD BOTWINICK and TILLIE GRABELSKY;
proud grandmother of JEFFREY, ERICA,
JAIME, and her special grandson JARED.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Congregation Melrose Bnai Israel
Emanu-El, 133 W. Cheltenham Avenue, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania 19102 or Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 225 City Avenue,
Suite 104, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 19004.
BELBER
MIRIAM “SIS” BELBER - beloved aunt,
grand-aunt,” honorary” mother/grandmother,
and dear friend - passed away peacefully on
March 19, 2012 at the age of 105.
She was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico
on July 30, 1906 - six years before the Territory entered the Union. Being the second of
five children of SAM and DELLA LEVY, she
graduated from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland in 1928 and married the late
LEONARD (“LENNIE”) BELBER in 1934. They
spent their lives together in the Philadelphia
area. MIRIAM has been known simply as
“SIS” by relatives and friends since she was
an infant because her older sister could not
pronounce MIRIAM. Feisty and fiercely independent, she ran her own leasing business
well into her 90's. SIS was an avid golfer,
loved to fish, was an accomplished ballroom
dancer, and had a penchant for cooking and
entertaining. SIS is survived by 12 nieces
and nephews, 22 grand, 25 great grand, and
10 great great grand nieces and nephews.
She will be sorely missed
A Memorial Service will be held to remember
and celebrate Sis's life on Sunday, April 29th
at 11:30 AM at the Abington Art Center.
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GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
BECKER
SIDNEY, on April 17, 2012, Husband of the
late EDDIE (nee CHADWIN); father of COOKIE
BECKER SHAPIRO and JUDY (MICHAEL RUBIN) BECKER RUBIN; brother of LEONARD
(FRITZI) BECKER; grandfather of STEPHEN
(JACKIE) SHAPIRO, DAVID (KAREEN)
SHAPIRO and MIRA RUBIN; also survived by
5 great grandchildren. Contributions in his
memory may be made to Weitzmann Institute
of Science, Rehovot, Israel.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
BENDER
WILLIAM BENDER retired vice president of a
supermarket died March 30, 2012. He resided in Hollywood, FL. Husband of the late
LENORA "LEE" (nee BROWN). Father of
FRANCEE BENDER (STEVEN) BLACK and
ROSLYN BENDER RICHMOND (MORT MALAMUT), grandfather of RICHARD JASON
BOCK, DENISE MICHELLE BOCK, MERISSA
EVE RICHMOND, and JULIE ANNE RICHMOND. Contributions in his memory may be
made to the American Cancer Society
1626 Locust Street Phila, PA 19103
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BERMAN
DOLORES BLOOM (nee SHELLOW), age 77,
died on March 23, 2012. She resided in New
Palestine, Indiana. Wife of the late JACK
BLOOM; mother of ANDREA (BOB) SAVAGE,
MARLA (BOB) CLARK, and the late RANDI
PREMIT; sister of PHYLLIS (FRANK) SHARP;
and also survived by 3 granddaughters.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103.
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BROCKMAN
SAMUEL BROCKMAN, age 84, of Warminster
PA, died on March 31, 2012. Husband of
SYLVIA (nee NEIGUT) for over 60 years. SAM
was a retired Physical Therapist and devoted
father of three daughters, DR. ANDREA
BROCKMAN (DR. VINCENT DILORENZO),
CINDY SHORE (JOSEPH), and JOANNE
SHAPIRO. Loving Grandfather of SETH,
JAMEY, and PETER DILORENZO, MICHAEL,
PERRY, and ERIKA SHORE, MELISSA and
AMANDA SHAPIRO. Dear brother of MEYER
(MIKE), DAVID, DONALD, FRED, and the late
JACK. Contributions in his memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice.
BRONENBERG
ROSE (nee BARROW), April 7, 2012. Beloved
wife of the late MARTIN J. BRONENBERG.
Loving mother of SHERRY (DONALD)
DROLSBAUGH and FRED BRONENBERG.
Devoted grandmother of MARK and MELANIE DROLSBAUGH, BONNIE BRONENBERG
and SCOTT and AIXA BRONENBERG. Great
greatmother of DARREN, BRANDON, LACEY
and NASON. Contributions in her memory
may be made to Beth Tikvah Bnai Jeshurun
1001 Papermill Road, Erdenheim, PA 19038.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
CHERNER
ZELDA (nee ROSENBLUM), April 4, 2012.
Beloved wife of the late WILLIAM; loving
mother of SUSAN CHERNER (MARTIN
RANFT) and PAULA CHERNER (LISA KARLIN). Dear sister of the late REBA GLASS.
Beloved
grandmother
of
MEGHAN
CHERNER-RANFT and MATTHEW CHERNER
-RANFT. Beloved aunt and great- aunt of
many nieces and nephews. The family respectfully requests that contributions be
made to Make A Wish Foundation or to
Congregation Ohev Shalom.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
COHEN
BERNICE M. (nee MARGOLIS), April 7, 2012.
Wife of the late EDWARD; Mother of SANDRA
(DR. MARK) BERNSTEIN and MARK (GAIL)
BERMAN; Sister of FLORENCE (FLOSSIE)
ROSEN; Grandmother of JOSHUA (RITU)
BERNSTEIN, JESSE BERNSTEIN, JASON
BERMAN, JENNIE BERMAN, HANNA BERMAN; Great Grandmother of ETHAN.
MRS. BERMAN was 87 years old and lived in
Warminster, PA. She was a housewife. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
Cancer Support Community, 4100 Chamounix Dr., Phila., PA 19131 or the Abington
Hospice at Warminster, 225 Newtown Rd,
Warminster, PA 18974
CHARLES COHEN a retired insurance agent
died April 12, 2012. He was a veteran of
WWII (branch of the Army) and a member of
the Jewish War Veterans. Husband of
FLORENCE (Nee LEIBOWITZ), father of PAMELA COHEN NEMITZ (MARK), ANDREA
COHEN and ROSS (BETH) COHEN. Brother
of RUTH FINGERHUT.
Grandfather of
NICOLE, JAKE and JULIANNA NEMITZ,
SARAH and LILY COHEN. Also survived by
nieces, nephews, great nieces and great
nephews. Contributions in his memory may
be made to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
555 North Ln,Suite 5010 Conshohocken, PA
19428 or Jewish National Fund 2100 Arch
St, 3rd Floor Phila, PA 19103
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JEWISH EXPONENT
DEMCHICK
MARVIN N. DEMCHICK
Mentor, Visionary, Fundraiser
Born May 26, 1924 Died April 13, 2012
Born and raised in Philadelphia, the eldest of three brothers, MARVIN DEMCHICK graduated
from Northeast High School and attended Philadelphia College of Art (PCA, now the University of The Arts). During that time, he enlisted in the United States Army to serve in World
War II. He served under General George Patton as a First Lieutenant in the 32nd Anti-Aircraft
Artillery Group. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge and was awarded several decorations
and citations, including the Purple Heart and two Bronze Service Stars.
MR. DEMCHICK attended the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business, from
which he graduated in 1949. During his junior year at Wharton, he earned the status of Phi
Beta Kappa.
His professional career included accounting, insurance, and up until the last few months of
his life, he continued to be involved in financial planning and business consulting. He was a
constant source of support and wisdom to those who relied on him; he was a true mentor to
many. During his career of over 60 years, his greatest passion was finding innovative
start-up companies and helping them develop and succeed.
In his determined efforts to help his youngest granddaughter, his proudest accomplishment
was being one of the founders of AIM, The Academy In Manayunk, a school for children with
learning differences. MR. DEMCHICK was the first Chairman of the Board of Trustees of AIM
and then became Chairman Emeritus. “He was instrumental in creating the vision, securing
the funds and providing the leadership that has created the foundation for AIM”, Executive
Director PAT ROBERTS and Associate Director NANCY BLAIR wrote in an announcement to
the school community.
MR. DEMCHICK was an active and devoted member of the Jewish community, locally and
worldwide. He was Past President of Congregation Adath Jeshurun, the synagogue to
which his family belonged for over 100 years. He played a major fundraising role in the Federation of Allied Jewish Appeal for many years, serving as General Chairman and Board of
Trustee life member. He was also a Board of Trustee member of the Abramson Center and
on the Board of Trustees of Ben Gurion University. He donated generously to the State of Israel, including contributing to the Soviet Jewry program, helping to bring over a thousand
Jews from the Soviet Union to Israel.
He was very active on the Sutton Terrace Board of Directors, where he resided for over 20
years and most recently became the President of the Residents Council at The Hill At Whitemarsh, where he lived for the past two years.
MR. DEMCHICK was married to his beloved wife MILDRED for almost 68 years. His devotion
and love for his wife was unmatched and immeasurable.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by his three daughters, SHELLI GLASS, PHYLLIS WAGNER and WENDY DEMCHICK-ALLOY and five grandchildren, DAN, SAMANTHA, JAKE, ZOE
and TESS. He is also survived by his youngest brother BOB and predeceased by his younger
brother HERB. MR. DEMCHICK will leave a powerful lifelong legacy for his family of love and
commitment to each other and to the community at large.
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FEIN
GOLDSTEIN
KANAS
KOBRAN
EARL A. FEIN died April 15, 2012. Husband
of MILDRED (nee GETTER) FEIN; father
of DENNIS (VIRGINIA) FEIN, RONALD
(ANDREA) FEIN, and PAULA (BARRY)
WEISS; grandfather of DANIELLE FEIN,
GWYN WEISS, JUSTIN FEIN, ADAM FEIN,
COREY WEISS, and BRETT WEISS; brother
of DAVID (WILMA) FEIN and RHODA
(LEONARD) WOLDOFF. MR. FEIN, who
resided in North Wales, PA, worked as a
salesman. A veteran, he served in the Navy
during World War II. Contributions in his
memory may be made to the Abramson
Center for Jewish Life, 1425 Horsham Road,
North Wales, PA 19454
MORRIS GOLDSTEIN, age 91, died on April
13, 2012. Husband of the late DOROTHY
(nee TURNER); father of RUTH GOLDEN and
JUDITH GOLDSTEIN; and brother of FANNIE
STERN. Through the wisdom and planning of
MORRIS' father, ALEXANDER GOLDSTEIN,
the family was able to leave Poland with both
parents and 5 children able to come to the
United States by 1939. It was ALEXANDER'S
dream that there be another generation in
America. His wish has been fulfilled with
there being 3 generations born in the U.S. In
1972, MORRIS and DOROTHY settled in
Elkins Park as MORRIS became President of
the parent company, City Stores, Inc. He and
DOROTHY both resided in Elkins Park until
their passing. Contributions in his memory
may be made to the Congregation Adath Jeshurun, 7763 Old York Road, Elkins Park,
Pennsylvania 19027 or the
Doctors Without Borders USA, P.O. Box
5030, Hagerstown, Maryland 21741-5030.
JOHN M. KANAS, age 91, died on March 31,
2012. He was the owner of a lumber supply
company who resided in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Father of GERRI (CESARE) RICCI,
RANDI KANAS, and MARCI (SAMUEL KALOUSTIAN)
KANAS-KALOUSTIAN;
and
grandfather of DEAN KANAS. Contributions
in his memory may be made to the Glaucoma
Research Foundation, 251 Post Street, Suite
600, San Francisco, California 94108.
SAMUEL ZAVELLE, March 22, 2012, of Boynton Beach, FL (formerly of King of Prussia).
Husband of FLORENCE (nee ELGARTEN).
Father of MARCY K. (DANIEL) BACINE and
ANDREA "ANDI" FRIMMER. Grandfather of
MATTHEW (ALYSE LEVY) BACINE, GABRIEL
(JAIME) BACINE, BENJAMIN (REBECCA)
FRIMMER and MELANIE FRIMMER. The family respectfully request that contributions in
his memory be made to a charity of the donor's choice
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FEINSTEIN
ISABELLA E. "MITZI" FEINSTEIN died April 2,
2012, she resided in Phila. The former
ISABELLA BRANDT, wife of the late IRVING,
mother of ELLEN (LOUIS) WEINSTEIN,
grandmother of JACKIE WEINSTEIN and
DEBBIE (SHELDON) KIRK, great grandmother of ADAM KIRK. Contributions in her
memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
GAMBURG
RUTH GAMBURG (nee FRISHKOPF), died on
April 17, 2012. Wife of the late SAMUEL
GAMBURG. Mother of
DR. STEVEN
GAMBURG and BETH (PHILIP COHEN)
GAMBURG. Sister of LAWRENCE FRISHKOPF. Grandmother of ELISHEVA and TALIA
COHEN and JESSICA and ALEX GAMBURG.
Interment Haym Salomon Memorial Park.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
GERBER
MONA WEISMAN GERBER, 93, of Mountainside, NJ, formerly of Bala Cynwyd, PA,
passed away on April 9, 2012. Predeceased
by her husband DR. ARNOLD GERBER and
granddaughter JACQUELINE HOPE LEWIS,
she will always be remembered with deep
love by her daughter MARJORIE LEWIS
(RICHARD) and son LORIN GERBER, granddaughters DIANE WLADIS (MARK) and
SALLY MEISNER (STEVEN) and great grandchildren JACQUELINE WLADIS, HARRISON
WLADIS, ANDREW WLADIS, TYLER WLADIS, SAMUEL MEISNER and HENRY MEISNER. Born and raised in Philadelphia,
MRS GERBER moved to NJ in 2003, A
graduate of the University of Pennsylvania,
she was an artist, actress, school teacher,
and homemaker. Family and friends cherish
the memory of her kindness and her warm
and beautiful smile.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
GOODMAN
CHARLES, April 16, 2012 of Phila., age 98.
Husband of the late KAYE (nee YARROW).
Father of MARCIA GOODMAN, JACQUELINE
GOODMAN and STEPHEN GOODMAN.
Brother-in-law of ELSIE BRILL. Grandfather
of LISA MARTIN, ILENE FARDELLA (ANTONIO), KEVIN GOODMAN, KRISTINA and HENRIETTA GOODMAN. Great grandfather of ANTONIO JR (CINDY) and DOMINIC FARDELLA
(ANGELA) and EVELYN B. GOODMAN. Great,
great grandfather of
ANGELINA, CRISTIANO and DOMINIC FARDELLA and ENRIQUE,
JOSHUA and FELICITY. Beloved friend of
JULIA and companion of MARION STEIN.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
Delaware Valley College.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
GOODMAN
LOIS GOODMAN (nee SALZMAN) died March
29, 2012. Wife of the late HENRY; mother of
LAURI (PHILIP) MANSKY and RONALD
GOODMAN (RICHARD LEADBETTER); sister
of TEENA (THE LATE PAUL) WEINSTEIN and
ARTHUR (the late BARBARA) SALZMAN;
grandmother of ANDREW MANSKY (LORA
PIETRANGELO), AMY (MARTY) REGAN,
and ERICA (JASON) THORNTON. MRS.
GOLDMAN, of Media, PA, owned an invitation
company. Contributions in her memory may
be made to the Life Choice Hospice, 200
Dryden Road, #3300, Dresher, PA 19025 or
to a charity of the donor's choice.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
GETZ
It is with great sadness we announce the
death of SOLOMON GETZ of Boca Raton,
Florida and Redmond Washington. He
formerly lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
and Brigantine, New Jersey. He died on
March 17, 2012, at the age of 75. Devoted
husband of VERA (GREENBERG) GETZ.
Beloved father of RENA GETZ PITASKY
(SCOTT), AARON GETZ (SHEILA) and SHARI
GETZ ROSSAN. Adoring grandfather to
BENJAMIN ADAM PITASKY, SAMUEL
NATHAN PITASKY, GABRIEL MICHAEL
PITASKY, NATHANIAL PATRICK GETZ, JACK
ABRAHAM GETZ, and ISSAC MARIN
ROSSAN. He loved his family, his friends,
and his life, and gave his all to each of them.
He will be sorely missed.
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KAPLAN
HERSCH
"EVELYN HERSCH passed away on March 18,
2012 at the age of 89 at home in Boca Raton,
Fl. She was the devoted wife of SIDNEY
HERSCH for 70 years, whom she adored.
She is survived by her son ROBERT HERSCH
(TRUDY) of Tucson, Arizona; daughter JOAN
SCHWARTZ, Boca Raton, Florida; granddaughter ALLYSON MAZER (ADAM), Sherman Oaks, California; grandson JONATHAN
SCHWARTZ (deceased); brother HERB
ROSENBERG, deceased (MILLIE of Boynton
Beach, Fl) and sisters CHARLOTTE WEINSTEIN (SOL), Atlantic City, NJ and
TEMMIE PEARSON (JIM), Philadelphia, PA.
EVELYN loved tennis, animals, antiques, needlepoint and life. She was a sweet and kind
person and will be missed greatly by her family and all who had the pleasure of knowing
her."
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KATZ
LEONARD J., April 18, 2012 of Wynnewood,
PA. Husband of the late LOUISE (nee
SINGER). Father of PEGGY (ELLIOT) FIELDS,
JAMES (MARCY) KATZ and the late SAMUEL
(TERESA) KATZ. Grandfather of MELYSSA
(BILL SAMPIERI), JENNIFER, LESLEY and
MINDY.The family respectfully request that
contributions in his memory are made to the
International Myeloma Foundation, 12650
Riverside Dr., Suite #206, North Hollywood,
CA 91607-3421.
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JACOBSON
GRACE JACOBSON, March 25, 2012 of Willow Grove, PA, formerly of Thorofare, NJ and
Mt. Royal, NJ. Wife of the late CARL JACOBSON. Loving mother of ALAN JACOBSON and
MARLENE (MARK) COHEN. Adoring NANA of
ZOE and SOPHIA JACOBSON and ELIANA
and BENJAMIN COHEN. Sister of BURTON
(JUDITH) ROZNER. GRACE was co-owner of
Ray's Market in Mt. Royal, NJ with her husband. She was a devoted member of Beth Israel Cong. and it's community in Woodbury,
NJ and a vibrant member of the Woman's
League for Cons. Judaism. Int: Alliance Cem.
Contributions to the Women's League for
Cons. Judaism (Mid-Atlantic Region) or the
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
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JANOFF
MAX, March 19, 2012. Husband of SAMILYN
(nee MARGOLIS), of Haverford, PA. Father of
HILLISA and HAL JANOFF. Brother of ETHEL
GITTERMAN. CEO of Paul Janoff & Co. Textiles, Big Brother for Big Brothers of America,
Veteran of WWII and Supporter of many
community activities and charitable organizations. Graveside services were held and the
family returned to the late residence. Contributions in his memory may be made to
Hadassah
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HEROLD
PEARL (nee LIEB) died on April 5, 2012 at
the age of 89. Beloved wife of the late
SIDNEY E. HAROLD, Esq.; Loving mother of
KEVAN HEROLD (BETSY) and RIMA HIMELSTEIN (ANDY); Dear sister of ALVIN LIEB;
Loving grandmother of JACQUELINE,
RACHEL and EVE HEROLD and DANIEL,
ROBYN and JEFFREY HIMELSTEIN. Contributions in her memory may be made to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
RAYMOND, 82, of Delray Beach, formally of
Philadelphia and Margate, NJ and former
owner of "Kappy's Deli-Land " of Huntingdon
Valley died on April 4, 2012, brother of
EDWARD and HARRY, loving husband of
SHIRLEY (nee GORODETSKY), father of
ELLEN SIFF (nee KAPLAN) and PAUL, grandfather of TODD, SCOTT, LAUREN, JENNIFER
and BRANDON. He will be greatly missed.
KUGLER
EVELYN KUGLER born in the Bronx, New
York on December 2, 1918, passed away
April 17th at Gwynedd Square Nursing Center
where she was a resident for the past 10
months. Prior to that she resided in New
York, NY, Norristown, PA, and then Nashville, TN with her beloved son HARVEY who
preceded her death on June 15, 2011. She
was a very creative person who made a
career as a seamstress. She was the premier
sewing person for Barbara Matera, the award
winning Broadway costume designer. Celebrities such as Luciano Pavarotti would
specifically request EVELYN’s talents for their
costumes. After retiring, she volunteered for
the Grandmother Program at the Martin
Luther King school in Plymouth for many
years. She leaves behind her loving daughter
FRANCES RADOSH MORMILE (ROBERT),
her adoring grandchildren DR. LEE RADOSH
(JODI), LAURA RADOSH BUTT (TOSH),
and her four beloved great-grandchildren
RACHEL and DANIELLE RADOSH, and LILA
and ZAHRA BUTT, who will always have her
in their thoughts. She was laid to rest in
Queens, New York.
KATZ
LEONARD KATZ, 87, passed away peacefully
on February 25, 2012, with his family by his
side. MR. KATZ worked as a hairdresser but
his job working with children at Lamberton
Elementary School for 23 years brought him
much joy. He retired to Delray Beach, Florida.
Surviving MR.KATZ is his wife of 56 years
JOYCE (nee SCHANTZER), daughters SANDY
KAUFFMAN (RON), DEBBIE and grandsons
IRA and BRETT KAUFFMAN. Interment was
private in Florida. Contributions may be made
to the donor's choice.
KULLA
BERNICE (BUNNY) KULLA
BUNNY (nee HEISMAN) died peacefully on
April 2nd, at age 77. She was the beloved
wife to DAVID (deceased), mother to FELICE
(JEFF GILFOR), BETH (deceased), and MARC;
grandmother to JENNIFER, ELLEN, ETHAN,
and GRANT; and sister to MARIAN (JULES
LEVITT). Donations in BUNNY’S memory can
be made to Sunrise of Lafayette Hill, care of
Kerri, at 429 Ridge Pike,
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444.
KAUFMAN
JOSEPH KAUFMAN March 25, 2012. Beloved
husband of EDITH (nee LITMAN), devoted father of BARBARA PONCZEK (the late KIRK),
BETH ANN SIDEWATER (ELLIOT), and HAROLD KAUFMAN (JUDY), dear brother of
ALVIN KAUFMAN, loving grandfather of
DANA and JOSEPH PONCZEK, DAVID and
HELEN KAUFMAN, ELYSE GOLDBERG, and
ERIC SIDEWATER. MR. KAUFMAN, school
teacher and reading supervisor, became an
administrator as a vice principal and then superintendant of schools in Berwick and Bristol Township, PA. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Klein Branch - JCC
10100 Jamison Avenue Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116
LEAN
ELIZABETH LEAN a retired bookkeeper died
April 12, 2012, she resided in Northeast Phila
The former ELIZABETH YOUNG, wife of the
late WILLIAM LEAN; mother of HOWARD
(MARLENE) LEAN and the late RICHARD
LEAN; mother-in-law of PHYLLIS LEAN;
grandmother of TODD (CARRIE), MARC
(KELLY), SCOTT (HOLLY), ZACHARY
(LAURA); great grandmother of CALEB and
AIDAN. Contributions in her memory may be
made to Marlyn R. Fein Chapter of Fox Chase
Cancer Center 333 Cottman Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111
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ELYSE KAHN died April 11, 2012. The former
ELYSE CHECK, beloved and best friends of
ROBERT. Devoted mother of MARC JASON
(ADRIENNE) KAHN. Cherished grandmother
of RYAN MATTHEW and ALEC JORDAN.
Contributions in her memory may be made
to Abington Hospice at Warminster, 225
Newtown Road, Warminster, PA 18974.
SYLVIA KIMMELMAN (Nee BERKOWITZ)
died March 29, 2012. Beloved wife of the late
RALPH. Loving mother of NINA (ALAN)
KIRSCHNER. Devoted grandmother of
AARON and SETH. MRS. KIMMELMAN lived
in Wilmington, DE. Contributions in her
memory can be made to the American Cancer
Society, 1626 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA
19103 or Delaware Children’s Theater, 1014
Delaware Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19806.
ANITA (nee KANOFF) died March 12, 2012 at
the age of 74. Beloved wife of STEPHEN
LEFF. Devoted mother of ELLEN GREENBERG
(ROBERT KAMMEN), DAVID GREENBERG
(DEBBY), ANDREW LEFF and HEATHER
LEFF; Loving sister of DR. HYMEN KANOFF
(DIANA). Adoring grandmother of ANNA,
MOLLY, SOPHIA, MAX, AVERY and AVA.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
Abington Hospice at Warminster, 225 Newtown Rd., Warminster PA 18974.
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LUDWIG
GILBERT PAUL LENETT, of Egg Harbor
Township, NJ. Beloved husband, Father,
Grandfather and Great Grandfather and friend
to many, died Friday evening at the age of 80
after battling numerous health issues. During
his working years, GIL was a gifted salesman
possessing the ability to connect with not
only with buyers but with people of all ages
and backgrounds. GIL was especially popular with children and throughout his lifetime
he proudly proclaimed to be a 12 year old
trapped inside an aging body. GIL had a
wonderful singing voice and it would take little prompting to make him burst out in song
to the delight of those within range. GIL
would endure many difficulties throughout
his days but his story was one of strength,
courage and ultimately triumph over the challenges his faced. Evidence of this could be
seen and felt in his presence and was further
evidenced by all the smiles and laughter he
brought with him wherever he went. He had
an irrepressible spirit of joy, lightheartedness
and good humor. It just felt good being
around him. GIL will be missed by the multitudes of family and friends he collected over
the years and his legacy of good is best expressed with the following quote from one of
his favorite movies, The Wizard of Oz in the
scene where the Wizard gives the Tin Man
council. He said, "Remember Tin Man, a
heart is not judged by how much you love...
but by how much you are loved by others".
He leaves behind his beloved wife BARBARA
and devoted son DAVID and daughter in law
RHEA, stepson and daughter in law, JEFF and
HEATHER, his stepdaughter and husband,
DAVID and HEATHER, son-in-law and daughter-in-law LEIB and HOLLY and grandchildren
ARIELLE, LEAH, EMUNAH AND ZALMAN,
SAGE, MOISHE, DANIEL, JOSH, MICHAEL,
TALIA; and great-grandson LEVI, He is preceded by his beloved wife LENORE and
daughter TOBIE. Contributions in GILBERT'S
memory may be made to Cong. Beth Israel,
2501 Shore Road, Northfield, NJ 08225
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MEYER, April 1, 2012, of Tamarac FL. Beloved husband of HELEN L. (nee WERNER)
LONDER. Father of IRENE GORMAN,
JOANNE DRESSLER and MERLE GLADSDEN.
Also survived by 5 grandchildren and
7 great-grandchildren. Contributions in his
memory may be made to Women's Cancer
Research, c/o Paula Goldstein, 1322 Orcap
Way, Southampton PA 18966.
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IRVING LUDWIG
Violinist, Conductor & Mentor
IRVING LUDWIG passed away peacefully,
surrounded by his family, on March 20th after a courageous 19-year battle with lymphoma. In 1947, he began his orchestral career with the National Symphony and, at the
age of 20, he was one of the youngest
members
to
join
the
Philadelphia
Orchestra. IRVING LUDWIG was a member
of the Philadelphia Orchestra for 39
years. His tenure was interrupted by the
Korean war, when he served as concertmaster of the US Navy Band in Washington, D.C.,
and met his future wife, MARTHA.
During his tenure with the Philadelphia
Orchestra, he taught privately and at the
Settlement Music School. Students and colleagues admired him for his humor, deep
commitment, and analytic approach to music. He was the founding conductor of the
New Y Chamber Players, a chamber orchestra consisting of fellow colleagues, Curtis Institute and area music students, and amateurs. In 1991, he was appointed music director of the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra. LUDWIG noted; “This orchestra is like a
family. We’re glued together because of the
music. It’s the combination of the music and
the friendships that makes us such a special
group.” His passion, drive and personal connection with the LSO members instilled a
unique corps d’esprit within one of most respected orchestras in the Philadelphia area.
Music, family and friends were inextricable
elements throughout his life. He taught both
of his sons who are now accomplished musicians. MICHAEL is a virtuoso violinist following in his father’s footsteps, as an international soloist and concertmaster of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. MARK is a violist in the Boston Symphony and a Holocaust
music scholar.
An avid chess player, on the historic 1973
Philadelphia Orchestra tour to China, IRVING
twice beat the noted music critic and chess
writer Harold Schonberg. IRVING is survived
by his loving wife MARTHA of 61 years, two
sons MARK and MICHAEL, granddaughter
SARAH, and two sisters BEATRICE and
BERTHA.
LYNNE LUDWIG (nee ELLIS), died on March
6, 2012. Wife of the late ALAN LUDWIG.
Mother of BRIAN (RINDI) LUDWIG and the
late MARC LUDWIG. Grandmother of MELO
LUDWIG and the late RYDER LUDWIG.
LYNNE was an energetic woman. She loved
to swim and soak in the sun either at her
swim club or the beach. She frequented live
shows and concerts with her boyfriend SOL.
LYNNE had a devoted group of friends who
always stood by her side. They will miss
their dear friend terribly, but are comforted
by memories of the wonderful times they had
shared. LYNNE was a very talented legal
assistant for over 30 years. She handled
sophisticated legal matters with ease. LYNNE
also believed strongly in giving back to her
community. She served as President of
Dresher Deborah and was a longtime member of the Temple Sinai Sisterhood. She
served as Secretary/Treasurer of The Literacy
Network of Montgomery County. She also
became very active in a group called Compassionate Friends. Contributions in her
memory may be made to Temple Sinai
(Dresher, PA) or The American Cancer
Society.
LORBER
MAXINE (nee GLASSMAN), on April 7, 2012.
Wife of 63 years to EDWIN LORBER. Mother
of MICHELLE LORBER, STEVEN (JOANN)
LORBER, and GWYN DRESSER. Sister of
SELMA ROSENBERG and LEONA (SIDNEY)
RESNICK. Grandmother of JESSICA (VINCENT) VERDERAME, LAUREN (TAYLOR)
PARRY, LINDSAY CARPENTER, MICHAEL
(NICOLE) LORBER, CAITLIN LORBER and
JEFFREY LORBER. Great grandmother of
LUCA VERDERAME. MRS. LORBER, originally of Philadelphia, PA, lived in Boynton
Beach, Florida. Contributions in her memory
may be made to the Abramson Cancer Center
University of Pennsylvania 3400 Spruce
Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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FLORENCE E. (nee Aaron), April 8, 2012, of
Warrington, PA. Wife of BERNARD LUBOWITZ. Mother of FRANCINE G. (LARRY) RICCI,
JORDAN J. (ROBYN) LUBOWITZ and KATHY
A. (KEVIN) HAHN. Sister of SIDNEY (the late
ROSE) AARON. Proud grandmother of JARRET, CORY, ERIC, JOEY, TYLER, JUSTIN,
KYLE and CHELSI. She is also survived by
her nephews, MARVIN (DIANE) WAXMAN
and EUGENE (MINDY) AARON and her devoted niece PHYLLIS BORTEN-GOLDEN. She
was predeceased by her sister BELLE WAXMAN and her husband MAX and her brother
JULES AARON. The family requests that contributions in her memory be made to the
USO, or to the Wounded Warrior Project,
4899 Belfort Road, Suite #300, Jacksonville,
Florida 32256.
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MARDER
HYMAN MARDER died on April 5, 2012 of
Pembroke Pines, Florida, formerly of Philadelphia, PA. Beloved husband of ANNETTE
MARDER; devoted father of GAIL SHANE and
husband WILLIAM and HOWARD MARDER
and wife LENA. Grandfather of DAVID
SHANE and wife KIM, ADAM SHANE and
fiance TARA MICHAELS, RACHEL PARENTE
and husband FRANK, KERRY MARDER and
ANDREW MARDER and great grandfather of
SYDNEY and ZOE SHANE. MR. MARDER
served proudly in the Army Air Corps from
1940-1945 and was a highly decorated Pearl
Harbor survivor. Contributions may be made
in memory of HYMAN MARDER to Gilda's
Club Delaware Valley, 200 Kirk Road,
Warminster, PA 18974 or to a charity of the
donor's choice.
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MILLMAN
DR. JULIUS, March 29, 2012. Husband of the
late JOYCE (nee KRAMER). Father of NEIL
LEVIN. Grandfather of STEFANI and ALEXANDRA LEVIN; companion of DOROTHY
GREENE.Contributions in his memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice .
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IRVING, April 17, 2012. Husband of the late
EDITH of Washington, D.C. Formerly of the
Philadelphia area. Father of DIANE & STEVEN
MILLMAN. Also survived by 5 grandchildren.
Graveside services were held at Shalom Memorial Park. Contributions in his memory
may be made to Congregation Keneseth
Israel.
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LISS
LARAINE LISS (nee LEVIN), March 15, 2012.
In honor of my beautiful wife and partner in
life for 40 years, you will be missed beyond
compare; you will be loved for all eternity.
She resided in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.
Beloved wife of ALLEN N. LISS; devoted
mother of NATASHA STAMBOULI, SHARI
(MICHAEL) WIGLESWORTH, BAMBI (ELLIS)
SALTZMAN, BONI LISS-WOLF, LONI
LISS-LASSOFF, and ERIC LISS; and cherished grandmother of RACHEL LASSOFF,
HILARY LASOFF, and MAZIE WOLF.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Trees for Israel, c/o Jewish National
Fund, 2100 Arch Street, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103.
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ESTHER E. NAGELBERG (nee HURWITZ), a
retired school teacher in the Philadelphia
school system for many years, died April 5,
2012. She lived in Media. Pa. MRS. NAGELBERG was a graduate of Temple University
and a member of Congregation Melrose B'nai
Israel-Emanu-El in Melrose Park, Pa.
Wife of VICTOR. Mother of LAWRENCE R.
(RHONA) NAGELBERG and KENNETH M.
NAGELBERG. Sister of ELAINE HURWITZ.
Grandmother of ALISON (IAN) LICHTENSTEIN, HILARY (PAUL) SENNETT, JOSHUA
NAGELBERG, JESSICA (CHARLES) COMMANDER, ALEX (ALLISON) NAGELBERG and
JONAH NAGELBERG. Great grandmother of
EMMA and CHARLIE. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the charity of the
donor's choice.
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STEPHEN ALLAN OCKNER, M.D. U.S.A.F.,
M.C. (RET.). Born June 10, 1931 in New
Kensington, PA, son of DR. LEE OCKNER
and SARA ELINOR WEIS. A graduate of Los
Angeles High School, he attended Pomona
College where he was a member of Sigma
Tau Fraternity and GHOSTS. A graduate of
the University of Pennsylvania School of
Medicine, Class of 1955, he was a member of
Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity and Alpha Omega
Alpha Honor Medical Society. His internship
was served at Philadelphia General Hospital
(Blockley) and his residency in Internal
Medicine at University of California, San
Francisco. Following his training he was
assigned to Lockbourne Air Force Base
(Strategic Air Command), and then to RAF
Burderop Park and RAF Lakenheath (Tactical Air Command). His subspecialty training
was at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital following
which he served his last duty station at Scott
Air Force Base (Military Airlift Command).
Tours of duty included Chief of Medicine,
Vice-President of the Society of Air Force
Internists, and planning the medical care for
returning Viet Nam War POWs. He was
awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal
and the Legion of Merit. In 1975, he began
his career at the Cleveland Clinic Department
of Internal Medicine in which he served as
Chairman of the Department of General Internal Medicine, Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program, and Chairman of
the Geriatric Task Force. He retired from the
Cleveland Clinic in 1999. For many years, he
served as Boy Scout Troop Committee Chairman in Shaker Heights. He was the international tour physician for the Cleveland
Orchestra for 15 years. Survived by his
cherished wife of 56 years, PAULA SELTZER
OCKNER, his beloved children DR. LEE
(REBECCA) OCKNER of Bloomfield Township, MI, DR. SAMUEL AARON OCKNER of
Chesterfield, MO, BENJAMIN JOSEPH
(HYNDA) OCKNER OF SHAKER HTS., OH
and DR. DANIEL MATTHEW (KAREN)
OCKNER of Bloomfield Hills, MI, his adored
grandchildren MAX, NOAH JAMIE, RACHEL,
CLAIRE, CHARLES and JACOB, his dearest
brother DR. ROBERT K. (ELAINE) OCKNER
of Laguna Niguel, CA, and his treasured
nephews
DR.
JAMES
LEE OCKNER
(GILLIAN) of Bend, OR, MATTHEW OCKNER
(CASSIE) of Tiburon, CA and PETER OCKNER
(JENNIFER) of Tiburon, CA. Services were
held at Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz Memorial
Chapel in Cleveland Hts., Thursday, April 19,
2012. Interment Mt. Olive Cemetery
(Jewish War Veterans section). The family
requests that memorial contributions be
made to the Alzheimer's Association
(www.alz.org), The Judson Foundation
(www.judsonsmartliving.org) or The Musical
Arts Association (http://www.clevelandorchestra.com). www.bkbmc.com
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ROSEL OSCHRIN (nee AFFENKRAUT), age
93, died on April 5, 2012. She was a member of the Association of Holocaust Survivors. Wife of the late BORIS; beloved mother
of RIVA (ED) FEINER, DORIS (HARVEY)
SEIDMAN, and JOANNE (SAM) SILIN; beloved grandmother of DAN (BONNIE FLINK)
FEINER, RACHEL (MIKE) GELLIS, JEFF
(AMY) SEIDMAN, LAURIE SEIDMAN, and
BRIAN & MICHAEL SILIN; beloved great
grandmother of JAKE BOYER, SARAH SEIDMAN, MAX & SAMANTHA GELLIS; loving
sister of RUTH HOFFMAN AND EDITH WORNIAN; and also survived by her beloved companion SCOSHA WASHINGTON.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, 100
Raoul Wallenberg Pl. SW, Washington, DC
20024.
JUNE RIFKIN (nee HARRIS) died April 1,
2012, of Bala Cynwyd PA. Wife of the
late LOUIS RIFKIN. Mother of BEVERLY
(WILLIAM) ROSOFF, ALAN RIFKIN and
ANDREA RIFKIN. Grandmother of JOSHUA
RIFKIN and ROBIN EHRLICH and CATHERINE
and ANDREW ROSOFF. Great grandmother of
LEV and GOLDA. Sister of the late HAROLD
K. HARRIS. Services: Mt. Lebanon Cemetery,
Collingdale, PA. Contributions in JUNE's
memory be made to Children's Hospital,
34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard,
Philadelphia PA 19104.
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RHODA SEGEL, on March 21, 2012, of Philadelphia, PA. Mother of KAREN SEGEL
(Arlington,
VA),
aunt
of
GAIL
MACKLER-CARLINO
(Ventnor, NJ) and
SARA GOLDBERG (Cherry Hill, NJ), and
sister-in-law of RUTH MACKLER and MYRA
PEARL. Contributions in her memory be
made to Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia, 2100 Arch Street,
5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
ANNE (nee LURIA), April 11, 2012. Wife of
STEPHEN of Narberth, Pa. Mother of DANIEL
STEIN, ROBERT (ANKUR) STEIN and
SUZANNE J. STEIN. Sister of EDWARD
STEIN. Also survived by nieces and nephews.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
Susan G. Komen for the Cure , Race for the
Cure , 125 S. 9th St., Suite 202, Phila., PA
19107.
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It is with great sadness that we announce the
passing of EDITH WAYNE, 90, of Haverford
PA, formerly of Bloomfield NJ and Scottsdale
AZ , who died on March 19th after a brief illness. Services were held on Friday, March
23rd at Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield , NJ.
EDITH was the devoted wife of Laurence
Wayne, who passed away in 1993. She
taught 2nd grade for many years at the Lafayette Street School in Newark , NJ . She was
a life member of the Bloomfield chapter of
Hadassah, of Women's American ORT of
West Essex , and of the NJEA
EDITH is survived by three daughters and
seven grandchildren: ELANA (WAYNE) and
EPHRAIM GLINERT of Troy, NY, and their
children RINAT, EITAN and KEREN; CAROL
(WAYNE) and STEVEN MARKOFF of Denville,
NJ, and their daughter KIMBERLY; and
SALLY (WAYNE) and MARK BLOOM of
Wayne, PA, and their children DANIEL, ADAM
and RACHEL; and her dear sister, HARRIET
ROSENBAUM of Great Neck, NY.
For those who wish to honor EDITH's memory, the family would appreciate donations to
either the Jewish National Fund or to
Hadassah.
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ABRAHAM "GABBY" POLLACK a kitchen and
bath designer died March 29, 2012.
He resided in Delray Beach, FL. Husband of
MOLLIE (NEE SILETSKY). Father of SHERRY
KROSNICK and NORMAN (PAM) POLLACK.
Brother of SOLOMON (ETHEL) POLLACK.
MILDRED
LACHMAN,
BERTIE
(SID)
DRATCH, LILLIAN (STAN) BERGMAN, and
the late SYLVIA WISSOW and DOROTHY
WOLFF. Brother-in-law of BOB WISSOW and
PETE WOLFF. Grandfather of DAVID KROSNICK, AMY JAROSZ, SCOTT POLLACK, and
DOUGLAS POLLACK. Great grandfather of 5.
ROSEN
ALBERT ROSEN a resident of Bryn Mawr, PA
died on March 21, 2012 at the age of 91.
Husband of GILDA (nee SACKS); father
of MITCHELL ROSEN (JANE) and GLENN
ROSEN (CATHY); brother of ANN SCOTT;
grandfather of MATTHEW, ERIC, JESSICA
and ANDREW ROSEN. Friends wishing to
contribute may to the Macular Vision
Research Foundation.
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NEIL REZNIK, College Professor, age 80,
passed away on March 23, 2012. NEIL was
born in Ellenville, NY and spent his early
years growing up between Ellenville and New
York City. He served in the United States
Army, and saw combat during the Korean
Conflict. NEIL graduated from N.Y.U. and
the University of Pennsylvania. He taught,
economics, insurance and statistics at the
Wharton School of the U. of Penn., College of
N.Y., State University at Canton, N.Y. and at
the Community College of Philadelphia. NEIL
was a Huebner Fellow. He was an active
Ham Radio Operator and a member of the
Congregation of B'nai Jacob in Phoenixville.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years
PEARL (WEXLER) REZNIK. Daughters:
MINDY
WILLIAMS
HARGRAVE
and
DEBORAH FISHER. Granddaughters: DARA
MADDEN, SHERI FISHER, VALERIE FISHER.
Grandson: SEAN WILLIAMS. Great Grandchild: COLBIN ROSE MADDEN. Services were
held on March 26, 2012 at the Congregation
of B'nai Jacob, 101 Manavon Street,
Phoenixville, PA 19460. Burial was in Haym
Salomon Cemetery, Frazer, PA. Memorial
contributions may be made in his memory to
Alzheimers Association, Delaware Valley
Chapter, 100 North 17th St., Second Floor,
Phila., PA 19103. Online condolences may be
given at www.DevlinRosmosKepp.com.
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BELLA SETZMAN (nee BARROW), died on
April 10, 2012. She was a retired travel agent
who resided in Northeast Philadelphia.
Beloved wife of the late SIDNEY F. SETZMAN;
devoted mother of MICHAEL (LYNN) SETZMAN and ANDREA (ALLAN) ROSEN; cherished grandmother of SCOTT (JOCELYN)
SETZMAN, ROBERT SETZMAN, CARRIE ROSEN, ESQ. (ALEX HELDERMAN, ESQ.), and
BRANDON (STEPHANIE) ROSEN; adored
great grandmother of SYDNEY SETZMAN,
JACOB HELDERMAN, and DYLAN ROSEN.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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JUDITH RAUER (nee FRIEDMAN) died April
2, 2012, a wonderful woman who battled
fiercely to survive a horrible situation with
gentility and grace. She was a teacher and
she resided in Blue Bell, PA. Wife of ALBERT
RAUER. Mother of DAVID (RANDY) FREED
and MERYL (KEVIN) SULTANIK. Sister of
HANITA SAYMON. Grandmother of STEVEN,
JUSTIN, JOSHUA, and REMY. Contributions
in her memory may be made to the Women's
Center of Montgomery County, 8080 Old
York Rd, Ste 200, Elkins Park, PA 19027.
SEROTA
DR. BERTRAM H., April 11, 2012, of Philadelphia PA. Husband of PHYLLIS (nee BERMAN). Father of HELENE ALEXANDER,
RONNA SEROTA (ERIK SCHANTZ) and LEE
(DEBORAH BILDER) SEROTA. Brother of
DORIS HEISLER. Grandfather of SOPHIE,
MAX and Harry. The family requests that in
lieu of flowers contributions in his memory
be made to a charity of the donors choice .
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MARTIN G. (“MARTY”) ROSEN, age 84,
passed away peacefully on March 17, 2012,
surrounded by people who love him. MARTY
was the beloved life partner of MARILYN, the
love of his life, cherished stepfather to
RACHEL, SUSIE and DEBORAH, and adored
grandfather to GREGORY, BROOKE, LEAH
and LUKE. MARTY is also survived by dear
cousins and nieces and many devoted friends
who were lucky enough to laugh with him
and be loved by him. Contributions in
MARTY's memory may be made to Deborah
Hospital Foundation, 20 Pine Mill Road,
Browns Mills, NJ 08015.
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HARRY, April 3, 2012, of Philadelphia PA.
Husband of the late LILLIAN (nee TUCKERMAN) ROSENFELD. Beloved father of ROZ
(OPHER) BRESLOUER, ALAN ROSENFELD
and KAREN (JEFF) GRABER; also survived by
4 grandchildren. Contributions in his memory
may be made to a charity of the donors'
choice.
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SCHWARTZ
DONALD SCHWARTZ on April 6, 2012. Husband of LOIS (nee LEONARD), father of
HOPE (MARTIN) ETTINGER and KAREN
(DAVID) BRODHAG, brother of MARTIN L.
SCHWARTZ, grandfather of BRANDON and
ROBYN ETTINGER. MR. SCHWARTZ resided
in Warminster, PA. Contributions in his
memory may be made to Abington Hospice
at Warminster 225 Newtown Road Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974 or to a charity of
the donor's choice.
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HELEN SHAMES (nee MORRIS), died March
22, 2012, of Martins Run. Wife of the late
IRVING. Mother of JOAN SHAMES and
MARC H. SHAMES. Grandmother of ADAM
(LAURA), JONATHAN (ANGELA) and
AMANDA. Great Grandmother of OLIVIA and
ALEX. Services were held at Congregation
Beth El-Ner Tamid. Interment Mt. Jacob
Cemetery. Contributions in her memory may
be made to Shames Scholarship Fund
c/o Beth El-Ner Tamid, 715 Paxon Hollow Rd,
Broomall, PA 19008 or Residence Assistance
Fund at Martins Run.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
SHIFRIN
BEATRICE (nee RUDOLPH) Wife of the late
DR. CHARLES SHIFRIN; Mother of HARRIET
RUBIN (ALLEN) and MARSHA BIRNBAUM
(MICHAEL); Sister of DANIEL RUDOLPH.
Grandmother of ANDREW, LESLIE, ERIC and
RANDI; Great Grandmother of SOPHIE and
CHARLIE, HANNAH and BENJAMIN. Contributions in her memory may be made to Alzheimer's Association, 399 Market St., Ste
102, Phila., PA 19106.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
SPECTOR
HARLENE SPECTOR on 04/16/2012, after a
brave fight with cancer. HARLENE is survived by her beloved husband of 59 years,
JACK. She is also survived by her loving
children ELLEN (MIKE), SUSAN, ANDREA
(FRED), NEIL (JENNIFER) and ROBERT
(GRETCHEN) and her adoring grandchildren
DAN, NICOLE, SHELBY, GAYLE, MONICA,
MATTHEW, FRED JR., KEVIN, JASON, RYAN,
JONAH & JULIAN. Funeral Service was held
Thursday 04/19/2012 at the Hellman's Memorial Chapel, Spring Valley, NY. In lieu of
flowers, donations to the United Hospice of
Rockland (845-634-4974) would be
appreciated.
JEWISH EXPONENT
STRAUSS
JACOB died on April 11, 2012 at the age of
90. Beloved husband of the late ROSLYN
(nee AUERBACH) and TSIPORAH; loving father of VICTOR (LORI) STRAUSS, NANCY
(DAVID) SHARP; adored grandfather of
RYAN, CARLY, BEN and NATALYA. Contributions in his memory may be made to
American Parkinson Disease Association,
135 Parkinson Ave, Staten Island, NY 10305
or a charity of the donor's choice.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
WEINBERG
STRAUSS
SANDRA L. STRAUSS, April 1, 2012 of
Cherry Hill, NJ. Beloved wife of MARVIN R.
STRAUSS. Cherished mother of SUZANNE
(DANIEL) STRAUSS-LAWLER and KIMBERLY (BENJAMIN) LEVIN. Daughter of
JUDITH and the late SAMUEL GOODMAN.
Sister of CAROL BUCHWALTER. Grammy of
ASPEN LAWLER, TYLER LAWLER, SPENCER
LEVIN, HUNTER LEVIN and TREVOR LEVIN.
Sister-in-law of ILENE (fiancé SID) BARISH.
Entombment Crescent Memorial Park, Pennsauken, NJ. The family respectfully requests
contributions in her memory be made to a
charity of the donor's choice. .
PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, INC.
SUSSON
HARRY, April 13, 2012 of Philadelphia, PA.
Loving companion of DIANE BAUMANN, long
time friend of CHARLOTTE BAUMANN; Uncle
of STEVEN (LISA) SUSSON and Great Uncle
of SAMANTHA, JENNA and MAX.
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS, INC.
IDA C. WEINBERG (nee COHEN) a former
school teacher died April 1, 2012. She lived
in Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Wife of the late
AARON. Mother of JEFFREY (AMY) WEINBERG and FRANCINE (SETH) RAPPOPORT.
Sister of HARRY COHEN. Grandmother of
JOSHUA, ALEXIS, ARIN, and HALLE. Contributions in her memory may be made to
VNA Hospice 176 Riverside Avenue Red
Bank, New Jersey 07701 or to the Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society 555 North Lane
#5010 Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428
or to a charity of the donor's choice
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
WEXLER
NORMA WEXLER a homemaker died April
16, 2012, she resided in Warminster, PA
The former NORMA LICHTIG, beloved wife of
the late GERALD. Loving mother of BRAD
WEXLER, HOPE (STUART) KADESH and
CLIFF (KAREN) WEXLER. Devoted grandmother of BRETT and CHAD KADESH, and
KARA, ALEXANDRA, ARIANNA and QUINN
WEXLER. Contributions in her memory may
be made to Caring Hospice Services 400
Commerce Drive Suite C Fort Washington,
Pennsylvania 19034 or
to a charity of the donor's choice.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
WOLF
TECKLIN
NORTON TECKLIN of Warrington, PA died on
March 31, 2012 at the age of 85. Husband to
the late EDITH (nee FELDMAN). Contributions
in his memory may be made to Artman Lutheran Home, 250 N. Bethlehem Pike, Ambler, PA 19002.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
VERBIT
MARJORIE VERBIT the wife of CANTOR
MARVIN L. VERBIT, formally of Congregation
Beth Chaim, Feasterville, PA., has passed
away on February 12, 2012. Surviving are her
children: SHELDON, RANDI and JAY HANOVER, and DAVID who has since passed away.
Her (4) grandchildren and (6) great-grandchilren. She resided im Lake Worth, FL.
ELAYNE S. (nee Stein) April 7, 2012. Wife of
the late ALVIN; Mother of SUSAN (RONALD)
TRICHON, NANCY (WILLIAM) UFFNER and
MARY (JOHN HOLLAND) WOLF. Also survived by 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She was 92 years old and lived in
Rydal, PA. She was a home maker.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
YOUNG
NORTON YOUNG, age 83, died on March 28,
2012. He was a retired manager at a department store who resided in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. Devoted husband of 61 years
to HARRIET (nee LEVIT); beloved father of
SUSAN YOUNG and the late HOWARD
"HOWIE" (the late CHARLA) YOUNG; and also
survived by 2 grandchildren and 1 great
grandson. Contributions in his memory may
be made to the VITAS Hospice, 1787 Sentry
Parkway West, Bldg. 16, Suite 400, Blue Bell,
PA 19422 or American Cancer Society, 1626
Locust St., Phila., PA 19103 or a charity of
the donor's choice.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS
April 2012 5
MEMORIALS
MEMORIALS
ITZKO
In Loving Memory of
SGT. JOSEPH M. ITZKO
Who Passed Away
April 10, 2001
Memories of you will never
be forgotten, you will be in
our hearts forever.
You are still the Greatest Dad,
Grand-Pop and Great Grand-Pop
"We will always love you"
sadly missed by
STEVE, ERIKA, WILL and the kids,
BRYCEN, JAYLEN, MERISA & JOSHUA
6 April 2012
APRIL, 2012 DEATH NOTICES
MEMORIALS
MEMORIALS
MEMORIALS
KLEVAN
LAVIN
PLOTNICK
FLORA LEE KLEVAN
December 16, 1933 - March 31, 1982
Although nothing can replace the gaping hole
your death has left in my life, I want to thank
you for all the ways in which you blessed
my life.
Because mixed together with all of my sadness there is a great joy knowing you were
my mom.
I will remember your smile, your touch, your
laughter, your kindness, your love.
Thank you for the time we shared, for the
love you gave, for the wisdom you spread. I
will always treasure the lessons you taught
me. I will carry them with me for the
rest of my life.
I am so proud to be your child. I love you.
Your loving daughter
LISA (KLEVAN) SOFFER
In loving memory of
ADELE LAVIN
Wife, Mother, Grandmother
8/18/20 to 5/1/03.
on her 9th Yahrzeit
We miss your wit, wisdom
and unconditional love.
TRACY and I were so lucky
to have such a wonderful role
model as you.
You will live in our hearts forever.
FRAN, STAN, TRACY, ROB
and the Great Grandchildren..
HARRY C. PLOTNICK
You are missed every minute of everyday.
You are loved forever.
We love you.
FREDRIC
WENDEE
JAMIE
JEWISH EXPONENT
MEMORIALS
Honor the
memory of
your loved
one…
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to place your
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