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CHOSED
MAX , age 89, died on November 20, 2012.
He was a plasterer from 1946 until 1989
when he retired. He resided in Media, Pennsylvania. He was an Army Veteran for World
War II, a member of the Rippon Bazell Post
#148 Jewish War Veterans, and the Teamsters Local 115. Husband of MARCIA (nee
MAISLIN); father of HOPE (ALAN) FASTMAN
and LARRY ALLENBERG; brother of JULES
ALLENBERG and the late ANNE PLAVNER;
and grandfather of ADAM & ALICIA FASTMAN and STACI & MICHAEL ALLENBERG.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the Abramson Center for Jewish Life, 1425
Horsham Road, North Wales, Pennsylvania
19454.
MARTIN BERMAN, age 90, died on November 9, 2012. He was a mechanical engineer
for the United States Navy who resided in
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. Uncle of STANTON
(MAXINE) WEINSTEIN, JOAN KELLER, and
ELYSE (AVRAM) GOLDFINGER.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
Temple Sinai, 1401 N. Limekiln Pike,
Dresher, Pennsylvania 19025 or a charity of
the donor's choice.
HINDA MAY "HINK" (nee LASHNER) November 1, 2012. Beloved wife of MAURY BREGMAN for over 65 years. Loving mother of
BARBARA "BOBBIE" BREGMAN and STEVE
BREGMAN (WILMA O'BRIEN). Sister of the
late MELVIN LASHNER. Loving Grandmother
of CINDY and JESSE. A nursery school
teacher at Cong. Rodeph Shalom and Beth
Sholom Cong. for over 40 years. Contributions in her memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice
ANNE CHOSED died Nov. 14, 2012. The former ANNE BOLSTEIN, wife of LAWRENCE,
mother of ADAM (LISA) CHOSED, and LISA
JILL CHOSED, sister of JOYCE BLACK, and
VICTOR BOLSTEIN, grandmother of EMILY.
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GLADYS COHEN (nee MILLER) died October
29, 2012, of Devon, PA. Wife of RONALD
COHEN; Mother of LESLIE (MICHAEL)
ROGALSKI, AMY COHEN, DEBRA (ALAN)
MUDRICK and JOSHUA (KERI) COHEN;
Sister of HAROLD (CAROL) MILLER and
MARLENE MILLER. Also survived by five
grandchildren. Services were held at Beth
El-Ner Tamid. Interment Haym Salomon
Memorial Park in Frazer, PA. Contributions in
her memory may be made to any Art charity
or any Jewish Charity.
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ANKO
GILBERT W., November 15, 2012, of Delray
Beach, Fla. Husband of ALBERTA (nee
GREENBLATT); father of KIM ANKO and
ANDREA CRAIG (MICHAEL); partner of
MICHAEL MCGONIGLE; GILBERT is predeceased by his brother MARVIN ANKO and
parents LENNIE and ALBERT ANKO.
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APPLEBAUM
DAVID APPLEBAUM A CPA died October 22,
2012, he resided in Palm Beach FL. Husband
of SARAH (nee LEVIN), father of ILENE APPLEBAUM and ELIZABETH (JEFFREY) KLEIN,
brother of HARRY (MARILYN) APPEL, BERNARD APPELBAUM and KAREN (TONY)
RUGGIERO; grandfather of ETHAN KLEIN.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
The Pennsylvania Tourette Syndrome Alliance, Inc. P.O. Box 148 McSherrystown, PA
17344 www.patsainc.org or CurePSP
30 E. Padonia Road, Suite 201
Timonium, MD 21093 www.psp.org
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BARBARA (GLASKIN) ASEN, 80, retired
Lower Merion School District Teacher died
November 3, 2012. Formerly of Philadelphia
and Bala Cynwyd (Overbrook HS, Univ. of
PA) died at home in Boca Raton, FL. She
was the widow of DONALD ASEN who died
November 10, 2009. BOBBIE was a loving
mother and grandmother and will be greatly
missed by her daughter JULIE, son-in-law
JOE, and granddaughter AUTUMN. Contributions may be made in her memory to: Vitas
Community Connections, 1901 S. Congress
Ave., Ste. 420, Boynton Beach, FL 33426
AXE
JOEL AXE, 73 of Lansdale, Pa. passed away
on November 4, 2012. JOEL is survived by
his brother BARRY & his wife ELAINE, nieces
SHERRI and ELIZABETH, and nephew
STEPHEN. JOEL was predeceased by his
brother PHILIP AXE. Graveside services were
held at Mr. Sharon Cemetery, Sunday, November 11th at 1:45 PM.
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LOIS H. (nee KATZ), age 62, passed away
suddenly on November 1, 2012 at Doylestown Hospital. Beloved companion of the
late RALPH METZGER. Dear Mother of
ILENE BAIN and ERICA and ANDREW BLATNICK. Bubbie of PHILLIP, MITCHELL, LANEY,
OLIVIA and SARAH GRACE. She will be
sadly missed by her sisters MARILYN and
DORIS KATZ and by all who knew her. Proud
Graduate of Northeast High school.
Funeral Services were held on Monday November 5th
at Goldstein's Rosenbergs
Raphael Sacks Funeral Home Suburban
North. She was entombed in Shalom Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be
made in Lois's name to the charity of the donor's choice.
Remembrances may be left at
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LEONARD D., Nov. 16, 2012 of Audubon, PA.
Husband of the late HARRIET (nee MILLER),
father of BRIAN (MARLENE) BEZARK and
HENRY (MARCY) BEZARK, grandfather of
ROSS, ANDREA and PAULA. Contributions in
his memory may be made to a charity of th
donor's choice
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BIENSTOCK
PHYLLIS (nee RAPPEPORT), November 10,
2012 of Clearwater Beach, FL., formerly of
Rydal, PA. Beloved wife of DR. JOSEPH
BIENSTOCK, mother of MICHELE LEVIN and
MADGE BIENSTOCK, sister of HARRIET GALLOP mommymom of DANIEL, LAURA and
SARAH. Contributions in her memory may be
made to Chabad of Clearwater Florida.
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BARSKY
JEROME "JERRY" BARSKY died on October
26, 2012 in Scottsdale, Arizona. He was the
past president of 21 Jewel Square Club and
Baker's Bay Condominium Association.
Husband of BARBARA (nee FULLER); father
of LYNN and STEVEN; and brother of GILBERT (HONEY) BARSKY.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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SUSANNE H., November 1, 2012, of Elkins
Park PA. Wife of the late RICHARD BECKER.
Mother of JEFFREY (HENNY) STERNFELD
and ROGER STERNFELD. Stepmother of
NANCY (DONALD) KUHN, ANN (DICK)
LUNSFORD and RICHARD (CAROL) BECKER.
Sister of SYBIL PIKE, the late JOEL HILLMAN
II and the late DR. JAMES HILLMAN. Grandmother of NINA (ROBERT) BRODY and
EMILY STERNFELD. Also Surived by 3
great-grandchildren. Services were private.
The family request that contributions in her
memory be made to Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library, c/o Delaware Valley College,
700 E. Butler Ave., Doylestown PA
18901-9481.
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SYLVIA BEGELMAN died Nov. 12, 2012, of
Marlton, NJ. Wife of the late ISADORE
“IRV” BEGELMAN. Loving mother of LEN
(BARBARA) BEGELMAN, MARC (ROBERTA)
BEGELMAN and ROSS (DEBRA) BEGELMAN.
Devoted grandmother of LORI (RON),
RACHEL, LEE, SAMANTHA, NEIL, ISABEL
and the late BRIAN. Adoring great-grandmother of BRENDAN and ILANA. Int. Montefiore Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to the Brian Joshua Begelman Memorial
Fund, c/o Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
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HOWARD L. on October 19, 2012. Husband
of LISBETH (nee REZEK). Father of MARSY
BINDER and the late TANYA BINDER.
Relatives and friends were invited to Graveside Services Monday 11 A.M. Montefiore
Cem. Shiva was observed at the residence of
MARSY BINDER..
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NORMAN J. BLUMBERG, age 73, died on
November 13, 2012. He was a Nuclear Engineer for the U.S. Government who resided in
Media, PA. Husband of ROSLYN (nee
SWARTZ); father of DAVID (PAM) BLUMBERG, GARY (ROBYN) BLUMBERG, and
BARBARA BLUMBERG; brother of HELEN
(RALPH) EMANUEL; and grandfather of
STEPHANIE, MICHAEL, CAMERON, and
LAUREN. Contributions in his memory may
be made to Beth El-Ner Tamid, 715 Paxon
Hollow Road, Broomall, PA 19008, or a charity of the donor's choice.
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LILLIAN (nee: FAVINSKY) died Oct.. 1, 2012
at Abington Memorial Hospital. She was 88
years old and was a homemaker.
MRS. BRANDES is survived by her husband
HERMAN BRANDES, and her children
DONNA REIFER and ROBERT BRANDES.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donor's choice.
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BROSBE
HARRIET (nee KATZ), October 29, 2012, of
Lakewood NJ, formerly of Levittown PA. Wife
of the late ISADORE; mother of RITA (UZIEL)
SASON, ROBERT (DONNA) BROSBE and
GERI BROSBE; also survived by 6 grandchildren. Contributions in her memory may be
made to Jewish War Veterans..
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FREDA BROWN (nee SMALL), of Galloway,
passed away on November 9, 2012. She was
born in Ciechanowic, Poland on October 20,
1920. FREDA was married to the late
SAMUEL BROWN for 63 years and she was
also predeceased by her son MICHAEL
BROWN and her brothers, JOSEPH and
ABRAHAM SMALL. She is survived by her
daughter, SANDRA BROWN LEVINE; her
son-in-law, LEE LEVINE who always brought
a smile to her face; her granddaughters, JILL
LEVINE and JENNIFER and COURTNEY
BROWN her great-grandson, KADE and her
beloved brother, NATHAN SMALL. She and
her brothers had a rich and family oriented
life in the Bronx. FREDA loved all family functions, especially when they involved her
granddaughters. Though she spent most of
her life as a homemaker, she was also a legal
secretary for Legal Aid in Philadelphia. She
spent the latter part of her life in Aventura,
FL. Graveside services were private. In lieu of
flowers, contributions in her memory may be
made to Seashore Gardens Living Center, 22
W. Jimmie Leeds Rd, Galloway, NJ 08205 or
to the Kerri Brooke Heiken Foundation, 4200
Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33137.
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CALESNICK
SHAYNE CALESNICK (nee HERSHKOVITZ),
November 19, 2012, of Palm Harbor, FL, formerly of Philadelphia. A retired legal secretary. Wife of the late MARTIN CALESNICK.
Mother of ANNE BANDEL (ALAN). Grandmother of RICHARD BANDEL (ANNA), STEVEN BANDEL (HOLLY), and STUART BANDEL (LINDA USKOSKI). Great Grandmother
of ALLISON (ALAN), MITCHELL, ZACHARY,
HANNAH, EMILY, and BRITTANY. Great
great grandmother of NOAH. Contributions
in her memory may be made to the Breast
Cancer Research Foundation, 60 E. 56th
Street - 8th floor, New York, NY 10022.
Bcrfcure.org
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HILDA BRAVERMAN, October 23, 2012, of
Cherry Hill, NJ. Wife of the late FRANK
BRAVERMAN. Mother of MARILYN (the late
ALVIN) SHERBY and JEROME BRAVERMAN.
Grandmother of CRAIG (JENNIFER) SHERBY
and ALYSON SHERBY. Great-grandmother
of EDEN PENINA. Interment Montefiore
Cemetery, Jenkintown, PA.
The family respectfully requests contributions
in her memory be made to the American
Heart Association.
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AMERICO A. "RICK". Nov. 17, 2012, of Bala
Cynwyd, Pa. Husband of BARBARA (nee
KUTZ). Father of CHRISTINE (VINCENT) DIGIESI, CARLENE (MICHAEL) NARDI, RICHARD (PAMELA) VAIL and DR. SYDNEY VAIL.
Brother of GERTRUDE and HELEN. Grand-father of MICHAEL, MATTHEW, REBECCA, ALEXANDRA, ANDREW, OLIVIA and MASON.
Contributions in his memory be made to The
North Light Community Center or Main Line
Reform Temple.
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ROSALYN COHEN (nee FARBER), age 87,
died on November 8, 2012. She was a
school bookkeeper who resided in Philadelphia, PA. Beloved wife of the late LOUIS
COHEN; devoted mother of SUSAN COHEN,
ROBERTA COHEN (NORMAN ROGERS), and
CAROLYN COHEN (RICHARD LYNN); and
loving grandmother of PAULA COHEN
McHARG, GREGORY LYNN, and JULIA
LYNN. Contributions in her memory may be
made to the American Heart Association,
5455 N. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43214.
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ZINNA R. (THOMAS) CORBMAN, age 80
years old, of Dresher, PA died on Thursday,
November 7, 2012 at Penn Hospice at Rittenhouse in Philadelphia, PA. ZINNA was the
wife of ROBERT CORBMAN. Born in Philadelphia on January 5, 1932, ZINNA was a
daughter to the late JOSEPH and FRANCES
(UROFSKY) THOMAS. Also surviving are a
daughter JILL DRESSLER and her husband
MITCHELL of Dresher, PA, a son ALAN
SCHNEE and his wife GILA of Teaneck, NJ
and a sister SIMONE “SANDY” (HAROLD)
SADLER of Cape May, NJ. The funeral was
held on Friday, November 9, 2012 in the
mausoleum at Roosevelt Memorial Park in
Trevose, PA. Memorial contributions in
ZINNA R. CORBMAN'S memory can be made
to Wissahickon Hospice, 150 Monument
Road, Suite 300, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 or
to the Charity of the Donor's Choice.
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MYRNA BETH DeVOREN on October 26,
2012. MS. DeVOREN was a school counselor and lived in Haverford, PA. Beloved
sister of SHELDON DeVOREN. Also remembered by cousins; CAROL (BERMAN) and
BARRY THALER, SHARYN (BERMAN) and
BRUCE PETROFF, GABRIELLE and LAURA
PETROFF, STEVEN WEISBERG, and RUTH
WEISBERG. Daughter of the late LILLIAN
(nee WEISBERG) and JOSEPH DeVOREN.
Former wife of the late DR. KURT
KONIETZKO. Contributions in her memory
may be made to the Hebrew Association for
the Deaf or to a charity of the donor's choice.
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JEANNE S. ELLMAN, age 97, died on November 11, 2012. He was a purchasing agent for
the U.S. Navy who resided in Bala Cynwyd,
PA. Wife of the late IRVING; mother of
MARCIA (MARC) DASHEVSKY and the late
JANET (DAVID) FELDMAN; sister of the
late MILDRED SOLOMON; grandmother of
ALEXANDER (SAMANTHA) DASHEVSKY,
EVAN (JESSICA) DASHEVSKY, JAMIE
FELDMAN, LAUREN (and her fiancé MILTON
TOLBERT, JR.) FELDMAN, and KIMBERLY
(JOE MIDASH) FELDMAN; and also survived
by 2 great grandchildren. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the Macular Degeneration Foundation, P.O. Box 531313,
Henderson, NV 89053, www.eyesight.org.
NORMA FEINSTEIN died Nov 11, 2012, she
resided in Glenside, PA. The former NORMA
BELFERMAN, beloved mother of WENDY
(JEFFREY) EISENBERG and loving grandmother of ETHAN MATTHEW EISENBERG.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
Alzheimer's Association, 399 Market St, Suite
102, Philadelphia, PA 19106 or Abington
Hospice at Warminster, 225 Newtown Road,
Warminster, PA 18974
MARVIN GOLDSMITH a retired salesman
died October 19, 2012, he resided in Northeast Phila. Husband of the late MIRIAM,
father of GLORIA (RICHARD) DETOFSKY
and ARLENE (the late SCOTT) POLLACK,
brother of IRVING GOLDSMITH. Grandfather
of LAURIE (CRAIG) PORTER, JAIMIE (JEFF)
POMIANEK, ANDREW POLLACK and
HEATHER POLLACK; great grandfather of
ALLIE and ETHAN PORTER, TAYLOR and
JORDAN POMIANEK. Contributions in his
memory may be made to Abramson Center
for Jewish Life, 1425 Horsham Road, North
Wales, PA 19454
RICHARD J., Nov. 9, 2012 of Mt. Laurel, NJ.
Father of CAROL HALPERN, HARRIS HALPERN, DONNA (JAMES) SCHIEL AND LINDA
HALPERN; Brother of RABBI LARRY J.
HALPERN. Also survived by 7 grandchildren.
Companion of the late ELLEN COHEN. Contributions in his memory may be made to
AACHS (The Central High School Alumni) PO
Box 26580, Phila, PA 19140.
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ETTA E. ETTINGER-MENDELSSOHN (nee
BATT), Nov. 18, 2012, of Huntingdon Valley.
Wife of the late JORDAN ETTINGER and the
late EDWIN MENDELSSOHN, mother of JEFFREY (ANN) ETTINGER, SUSAN (WILLIAM)
STIBEL, WENDY (PAUL) MILLER, MARVIN
(ELLEN SHORE) MENDELSSOHN and ROY
(KATHY FOLEY) MENDELSSOHN, special
friend of ROXANNE RICHARDSON, sister of
JEAN LICHTMAN, the late HARRY BATT, the
late PAUL BATT and the late MINNIE ERKES,
grandmother of JORDAN (JULIE) SOLOMON,
NOAH (BETH) SOLOMON, MICHAEL (KIM)
ETTINGER, STEVEN ETTINGER, AMANDA
STIBEL, BRIAN MILLER, JODI MILLER,
DEIRDRE MENDELSSOHN, SCOTT MENDELSSOHN,
NATHAN
MENDELSSOHN,
DAVID MENDELSSOHN, ALEX WHITE and
GREG WHITE, great grandmother of BENNETT SOLOMON and ISAAC SOLOMON.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
a charity of the donors choice .
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DAVID M. FARBER 55, of Margate, NJ
passed away on October 23, 2012. Beloved
husband of ALEXANDRA (nee DESSOFF),
father of WILLIAM, son of VICKIE and JACK
FARBER, brother to ELLEN FARBER, and Uncle to KENNETH, LEIGH, and BLAKE KURTZMAN. David was born in Philadelphia, graduating from Cheltenham High School and
Pennco Tech. He pursued his passion for
cars beginning at age 15, and was an entrepreneur in the used car business for over 30
years. He later ventured into Real Estate Investment and Development. He married
ALEXANDR, and moved to Margate, where he
enjoyed some of the happiest years of his
life. He was fortunate to develop a wide variety of friends, dine out for every meal, and
enjoy long naps always with a loving "pack" of
old dogs he and ALEXANDRA would adopt as
seniors. His current "pack” is Bitsy, Daxie
("The Girl"), Webby, Sonic, and Jed. He was
well known for his extensive collection of antique and other memorabilia related to Frank
Sinatra, "oldies" music, classic cars, and classic car models, among other treasures. As In
the words of Frank Sinatra: it was always "my
way”.. he is loved and will be missed by
many. The family asks that contributions in
DAVID'S memory may be made to The Cumberland County SPCA, 1244 N. Delsea Drive,
Vineland, NJ 08360.
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MALA "SAFTI" GELDNER (nee GERSTNER),
died November 9, 2012. She was 85 and
lived in Voorhees, NJ . Along with her late
husband, HERMAN, MRS. GELDNER owned
GELDNER and Brothers kosher meats located
on Castor Ave. She was a member of the Association of Holocaust Survivors. She was
mother of the late SARA NEUMAN and the
late JACK GELDNER.
Mother-in-law of
LINDA GELDNER. Loving Safti of ETAI,
AMIT, and NOAH NEUMAN, JARAD and HILLARY GELDNER, JESSIE and DAN FIELDS,
and DAVID GELDNER. Loving Great grandmother of SIENNA. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the Association of
Holocaust Survivors.
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GEORGE GELMAN Retired insurance agent
for Prudential for 26 years, died October 21,
2012. He resided in Jenkintown, PA
Graduated from South Philadelphia High
School and a member of Krakauer Yampolier.
Husband of the late TSIPORA (Nee COHEN),
father of DEBRA GELMAN and HOWARD
(MELISSA RODKIN) GELMAN, also survived
by 5 grandchildren SHAI, NADAV, EITAN, ANDREW and JULIE. Contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of the donor's
choice
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EVELYN GINENSKY (nee TENNEN), age 91,
died on November 8, 2012. She was a real
estate office manager who resided on Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Beloved wife of
HERBERT GINENSKY; dear mother of AMY
GINENSKY (ANDREW ROGOFF) and STEVEN
(RONNIE) GINENSKY; sister of SONIA
(LEON) MARKMAN; and grandmother of
DAVID GINENSKY, LISA ROGOFF (ZACH DIETCH), and JEREMY ROGOFF. Contributions
in her memory may be made to the Corps.
Member Education Fund, Teach for America,
c/o Jeremy Rogoff, 308 Leslie Street, Clarendon AR 72029.
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MARION (nee KIMMELSTIEL), November 17,
2012, formerly of Dresher. Wife of the late
NORMAN, beloved mother of SARAH
(CRAIG) TOMAI, ANNE (JASON) TANNER
and JOSHUA GOLDBERG, sister of RUTH
FREINKEL, grandmother of ANDREW and
RACHEL TOMAI, SAMUEL and OLIVIA TANNER.Contributions in her memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice
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JOYCE PAULETTE GOLDFIN died November
2, 2012, she resided in Philadelphia, PA. She
is survived by 1 niece, 4 nephews and 2
grand nephews.
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MARVIN L. GOLDSMITH died on October 27,
2012. He was an electrical engineer who resided in Millville, New Jersey. Father of
RICHARD (LISA) GOLDSMITH and MICHAEL
(DIANNA) GOLDSMITH; his companion
PAULA CIANCAGLINI and her children LISA
TURNER and LAURA HEIM; brother of the
late ARTHUR GOLDSMITH and JANICE
GHOSH; and grandfather of KAITLYN &
COURTNEY SINACK, and CHASE & MADISON GOLDSMITH; and also survived by
nieces and nephews. Contributions in his
memory may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, 111 S. Independence Mall East (500),
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106.
HERRING
SHIRLEY HERRING (nee COHEN) died on
November 6, 2012. She resided in the Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Wife of the late IRVING "IGGY"; mother of
DR. DAVID (KATHY) HERRING, RHONDA
(LARRY) DROSSNER, and DR. MARK HERRING (LESLIE HILDRETH); "Bubby" to SETH
(CAROL) HERRING, ESQ., REBECCA HERRING, AMANDA FEAGA, MATTHEW FEAGA,
DEVON (SEAN) PERRY, IAN (SHERI)
DROSSNER, MICHAEL (MINDY) DROSSNER,
ESQ., BROOKE CAGNO (DUSTIN TWODT),
KATIE HERRING, and ANNA HERRING; and
also survived by 6 great grandchildren.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Direction Service Inc., P.O. Box 51360,
Eugene, Oregon 97405.
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SYLVIA (Nee MOGILEFSKY), a retired claims
representative for Social Security died November 19, 2012. She lived in Warminster,
PA. Wife of the late HERMAN. Mother of
PAULA (ARTHUR) KRAUSS, RICHARD
(LINDA) GOMBERG, and MYRA GOMBERG
HANDFINGER (ARTHUR), sister of RUTH BIALICK, DAVID MOGIL, JOHN MOGUl, and the
late JACK MAGILL, grandmother of SHARI
(ARI) KING, BONNI KRAUSS, JENNIFER
GOMBERG (TIMOTHY VOTTA), JOSHUA
GOMBERG, SCOTT (RACHEL) HANDFINGER,
and RACHEL HANDFINGER, great-grandmother of SALLY HANNAH KING. Contributions in her memory may be made to the
Ann's Choice Benevolent Fund or the Ann's
Choice Scholarship Fund.
DR. STEPHEN F. HERSH, October 19, 2012,
of Cherry Hill, NJ. Husband of BEVERLY
HERSH. Father of LEE (GINA) HERSH, SETH
(STEFANIE) HERSH and TODD (ADINA)
HERSH. Son of the late GERTRUDE and
LEON HERSH. Pop Pop of LUKE, OLIVIA,
MATTHEW, JAKE and EMMA. Also survived
by 20 Dezenhall nieces and nephews.
STEPHEN graduated from Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1963 and went on to
practice optometry for 50 years. He was
loved by his patients. Interment Crescent
Memorial Park, Pennsauken, NJ. The family
respectfully requests contributions in his
memory be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. www.lls.org
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FLORENCE ELAINE (nee Weiss) November 7,
2012 of Villanova, PA. Beloved wife of
DANIEL B. GREEN for 66 years. Mother of
RICHARD GREEN, ARLIN GREEN (PAULA
YUDENFRIEND GREEN) and BENJAMIN
GREEN (BARBARA). Grandmother of CHARLES GREEN, BRITTANY GREEN, ALISON
GREEN, SAMUEL GREEN, MICHAEL GREEN,
JEFFREY GREEN, JULIA GREEN, BRITTANY
RODRIGUEZ, DANIELLE RODRIGUEZ and
LISA GREEN. Contributions in her memory
be made to Hadassah or to Federation Housing, 8900 Roosevelt Blvd, Suite #1, Philadelphia, PA 19115. or to a charity of the donor's
choice .
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NANCY (nee SILOVITZ), Nov. 7, 2012, of
Haverford, PA. Wife of the late MARVIN,
mother of BARBARA ZELT (LOUIS SILVERMAN) and LINDA (DENNIS) TESSLER, sister
of FRED (PAULA) SILOVITZ. Also survived by
4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.
Contributions in her memory be made to the
Alzheimer's Association .
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EMERY HERTZ, November 22, 2012, of
Philadelphia, PA. Brother of CLARA
GROSSMAN and brother-in-law of RUVANE
GROSSMAN. He was also survived by many
nieces and nephews and his dear friend and
cousin, Zoltan HERTZ. Graveside services
were held, Friday, November 23, 2012 at
Har Jehuda Cemetery in Upper Darby. Contributions in his memory may be made to
Lower Merion Synagogue, 123 Old Lancaster
Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
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PHILIP HOFFMAN died October 21, 2012 at
the age of 87. Husband of the late RUTH (nee
LEESE), father of STEPHEN (AMY) HOFFMAN, RANDYE (DON) SABLE and CYNDEE
(MITCH) KOTLER; brother-in-law of HAROLD
and ROSLYN LEESE, grandfather of EMILY
(ERIC) WEINGART, JESSICA HOFFMAN, JEFFREY YAFFA, JEREMY and ELI SABLE, SAM
and LAUREN KOTLER, Great grandfather of
MOLLY WEINGART. Contributions in his
memory may be made to Jewish Federation
of Cleveland 25701 Science Park Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44122
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GERTRUDE BEVERLY HUSIK died on November 18, 2012. She was a retired Disbursement Agent for the City of Philadelphia who
resided in Northeast Philadelphia. Daughter
of the late ALBERT & MOLLIE (nee KAPLAN)
HUSIK; sister of STANTON (GLORIA) HUSIK;
aunt of HOWARD (BARBARA) HUSIK and MICHAEL HUSIK; and great aunt of SAMANTHA. Contributions in her memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice.
HENRIETTA WEISS KATZ passed away
peacefully on November 21, 2012 at the
Abramson Center for Jewish Life in North
Wales, PA where she had been a resident for
3 years. She was 97 years old. Born and
raised in Philadelphia, PA, HENRIETTA
became a long time resident of Bristol and
Levittown, PA. She was one of the original
members of the Bristol Jewish Center. She
enjoyed many summers with her family at
her home in Beach Haven, NJ. She was preceded in death by her husband DR. SAMUEL
KATZ, her siblings, MAURICE WEISS, HELEN
LEV, and FLORENCE LeBOW, and her
parents, JENNIE and SAMUEL WEISS.
HENRIETTA is survived by her children,
ARNOLD (MADELINE), JONATHAN (SUSAN),
MICHAEL (WENDY), ELLIS (JACQUELINE)
and MARILYN, 13 grandchildren, 11 great
grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. The family requests memorial contributions in her name be made to the Abramson
Jewish Center, 1425 Horsham Rd., North
Wales, PA 19454-1320.
GERTRUDE KLINE (nee SCHWARTZ) died on
October 30, 2012. She was a retired clerk for
an emblem company and resided in Northeast Philadelphia. Wife of HAROLD; mother
of SUSAN CORNELL, JANICE (NEIL) KAPLAN
and the late WILLIAM KLINE; grandmother of
JESSE CORNELL and ERIC KAPLAN; and
aunt of CAROL NEEDLEMAN and ANNE
SCHWARTZ
SYDNEY LESSER, age 95, died on October
30, 2012. He was a retired wholesale
costume jeweler who resided in Rydal, PA.
He was a decorated Veteran of WWII.
Husband of SELMA (nee ENGLE); father of
SHELLEY (JOEL) SIEGEL, PHILIP LESSER,
and LAUREL (DANIEL) ZIMET; and also
survived by 4 grandchildren and 4 great
grandchildren. Friends wishing, may contribute to the Federation Allied Jewish Appeal,
2100 Arch Street, Floor 5-A, Philadelphia, PA
19103 or a charity of the donor's choice.
PEARL LITTMAN (Nee APPLESTEIN) Died
Oct 27, 2012. Wife of MARSHALL. Mother
of STEVEN (ESTHER) LITTMAN and
FRANCINE (MARTIN) HYMAN. Sister of
DORIS FELDSTEIN.
Grandmother of
JOSHUA (ESTELLA) HYMAN, NOAH (KATE)
HYMAN, ADAM (JESSICA) LITTMAN. Great
grandmother of CARLOS, RUBEN, PENELOPE, LUCIUS, CAMERON "CAMMY" and
EMIL "EMILIO". Contributions in her memory
may be made to Mizrachi
[email protected] mizrachi.org
or Alzheimer's Assocation 399 Market Street
Suite 102 Phila., PA 19106
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DR. LEONARD H. JUROS of Willingboro, NJ,
age 79, died peacefully on November 1,
2012. DR. JUROS was the beloved husband
of JANET JUROS (nee LEVOWITZ) for 58
wonderful years. He was the son of the late
SAMUEL and CLAIRE JUROS, devoted father
of JUDI and MARC FELDMAN, MICHAEL and
ELISA JUROS, and PENNY JUROS BILKER.
He was the loving ZAYDE of FAITH (JUROS)
and ARTHUR MANELIS, CHAD JUROS,
HANNAH and JARED FELDMAN, DAVID
JUROS and brother of BERNICE BARSH. DR.
JUROS was predeceased by his son, DR.
DONALD JUROS. He was born in Philadelphia, PA. He served as a dentist in the Air
Force, graduated Temple Dental School and
was in private practice in Willingboro for over
50 years. DR. JUROS served as a cantor at
Congregation Beth Torah in Willingboro and
other area synagogues for over 50 years. His
melodic singing voice touched so many lives
and added sweetness to countless simchas.
LEN was an avid runner who was often seen
jogging through the neighborhood. He was a
man of faith who lived his life with passion.
Graveside services were held Sunday,
November 4, 2012 at Shalom Memorial Park
(Gabriel Section), Pine and Byberry Roads,
Philadelphia, PA. Should friends and family
desire, contributions can be made to the
Spread the Magic Foundation, c/o 322
McClellan Road, Egg Harbor Township, NJ
08234.
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TILLIE KAZINOFF (nee FISHER) died on
November 4, 2012. She was a retired secretary for the school board who resided in the
northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wife of the late AARON; mother of MARLENE (HENRY) BLACKMAN, the late DENNIS
KAZINOFF, and GARY KAZINOFF; sister of the
late SAM FISHER and WILLIAM FISHER;
grandmother of ADAM BLACKMAN, BETH
HOFFMAN, and JEFF (SHARON) BLACKMAN;
and also survived by great grandchildren.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
Hadassah, 1518 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 19102 or Deborah Hospital,
200 Trenton Road, Brown Mills, New Jersey
08015 or the Golden Link #50 - Order of the
Golden Chain.
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STANLEY E. KAIMOWITZ died Oct. 8, 2012 at
the Abramson Center for Jewish Life. He was
77 years old and was a Certified Public Accountant in the Healthcare field as well as an
avid Chess and Bridge player. STANLEY was
the husband of SUSAN R. (nee: PERSTEIN),
the father of MICHELLE P. GUIDA and
KAREN E. MOYER. He is also survived by 4
grandchildren. Contributions in his memory
may be made to The Abramson Center for
Jewish Life, North Wales, PA 19454.
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FRED KLINGER died on November 4, 2012.
He was a printing company executive who resided in Voorhees, New Jersey.
Husband of the late SHIRLEY; father of
DONNA (RICHARD) BELL and NEIL (DEBBIE)
KLINGER; grandfather of ALISON (ANDREW)
KEIM, LAUREN (HOLGER) BAEUERLE,
HEATHER (RYAN) GOLDSCHMITT, and
ROSS KLINGER (fiancee REBECCA HIRSCH);
and great grandfather of JARED, SAMANTHA,
and MAX. Contributions in his memory may
be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 30
S. 17th Street, Suite 800, Phila., PA 19103 or
a charity of the donor's choice.
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DR. GILBERT Y. KOFF died on November 8,
2012. He was a Neuropharnocologist and
was an active member of Cardozo Lodge
#400-Brith Sholom. Husband of VIVIAN (nee
SIDELNIK); father of MICHAEL (KAREN)
KOFF, DR. RICHARD (MINDY) KOFF, TERRY
KOFF (SHERYL SHEPPARD), and LESLIE
(JIM) RACZ; and grandfather of GEOFFREY,
JORDAN, HALLIE, BRITTANY & CHELSEA
KOFF, and SOPHIE RACZ.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the National Kidney Foundation, Bourse
Building, Ste. 411, 111 S. Independence Mall
East, Phila., PA 19106 or the American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust St., Phila., PA
19103.
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KENNETH S. "KEN", Oct. 17, 2012, of Paoli,
PA. Beloved husband of GAIL (nee
DEVERNA). Brother of RONALD KRIEGER.
Uncle of ARTHUR and JULIA.
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ARNOLD S. KAHN "ARNIE" On November 8,
2012. Husband of RUTH (nee GOLD-FRANK).
Loving Father of NATHAN KAHN and ANNE
M. (LARRY) FRANK. Adored step-father of
RACHEL (GLENN) CANTOR, PAULA FRANK
and the late LESLIE FRANK; brother of ELEANOR BARENBLITT. He left 8 grandchildren
who loved and enjoyed his company. Services were private. Donations in his memory
may be made to Abramson Center for Jewish
Life [email protected] or
Melmark School
http://www.melmark.org/on-line-donations.
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LEONARD I., on Oct. 28, 2012. Husband of
the late MARLENE (nee GREENBERG). Father
of MICHAEL (DAVIDA) KLEINMAN, DAVID
(DENISE) KLEINMAN and JULIE (BILLY)
BASTEK. Brother of MARVIN (LOUISE)
KLEINMAN and SELMA COHEN and the late
EVELYN KLEINMAN. also survived by 6
grandchildren. Contributions in his memory
may be made to the Friends of Marlene Kleinman for ALS, 116 Montrose Ave., #L, Bryn
Mawr, PA 19010.
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IDA (nee RIFKIN), on Oct. 24, 2012. Wife of
the late EDWARD LAZAR, mother of MARCIE
(MARK) SNYDER, JOANI LAZAR and LAURIE
(STEPHEN) MIDGETTE, sister of EDITH
PERLMAN, grandmother of MELISSA
(AARON) PACKMAN, MICHELLE SNYDER,
MEREDITH (MARIO) FEHER, WILLIAM (STEFANIE) SNYDER, JONATHAN (ELIZABETH)
MIDGETTE,
RACHEL
RUBEL,
ROB
(HEATHER) MIDGETTE, JESSICA (MICHAEL)
MOREL, WHITNEY (NEAL) HURLEY and
JULIE MIDGETTE, great grandmother of
JAKE, JANIE, ASHER, OLIVIA, SAM, DYLAN,
CHARLIE, MADELYN, BENJAMIN, NICOLE
and GUS. Donations in her memory may be
made to The Alzheimer's Association , 399
Market St., Suite 102, Phila., PA 19106 or a
charity of donors choice.
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MORTON W. LEVI Died November 13, 2012.
He resided in Elkins Park, PA. He was a retired chemical engineer with Richmond Oil,
Soap and Chemical Company from 1946 to
1988. He was a graduate of Gratz High
School and the University of Pennsylvania,
Class of 1937.Husband of the late BARBARA
JEAN (nee SMITH), father of NED S. (FRANCES S.) LEVI and the late WILLIAM A. LEVI;
grandfather of JOSHUA S. (SARAH J.) LEVI
and SETH S. LEVI.Contributions in his memory may be made to the WILLIAM A. LEVi
Travel Fellowship Fund University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Science Office of
Advancement 3615 Market Street 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6318
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MIRIAM (MILDRED) LEVITT
June 19th, 1914 - November 14th, 2012
Graduated Univ. of Penna. 1932
Favorite Charity: Hadassah Hospital
A Daughter, Sister, Mother, Grandmother
and Wife
Mourned in death, beloved in life
Her love for her family was special and true
Her heart and her soul was a golden hue
A pep in her step, she took life in stride
Conquering hardships, beaming with pride
For the glass was overflowing
in her positive glow
For so many people beautiful memories
she did sow
The head of the Angels,
I know she will be
Watching over all of her family
While in the embrace of her loving LEN
While on earth, and in heaven,
the luckiest of men
Now into your hands, oh lord,
do we sadly give
Our beautiful Miriam,
a beautiful life did she live.
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CAROL KLIGMAN, age 66, died on November
2, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. Carol
grew up in Oxford Circle. She attended
Northeast High School, The University of Miami, and Temple University Graduate School.
She was a psychologist who resided in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Los Angeles, California. Daughter of the late LEON & BELLE
(nee COHEN) KLIGMAN; proud member of
the Litvin & Kligman families; and survived
by loving family and friends near and far.
SANDRA LESSER (nee COHEN), age 81, died
on November 2, 2012. She was a retired file
clerk for the veteran's administration who resided in Ambler, Pennsylvania.
Wife of the late LOUIS LESSER; survived by
cousins and many loving friends.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Pennsylvania SPCA, 350 E. Erie Avenue,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134.
DAVID LIESNER died on October 28, 2012.
He was a retired car dealership general manager who resided in Richboro, Pennsylvania.
He was a member of Drizin-Weiss Post #215
JWV and a Veteran of World War II.
Husband of the late PENNY (nee RICHTER);
father of GARY (PATRICIA) LIESNER and
STEVEN (LYNNE) LIESNER; grandfather of
JENNIFER, AMANDA, SAMANTHA, MELISSA,
JANINE, TRICIA, and DENNIS; and great
grandfather of DENNIS, JOSEPH, JOSH,
ISABELLA, DELANEY, and DEANNA.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the Alzheimer's Association, 399 Market
Street, Suite 102, Phila., PA 19106.
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CHARLOTTE LITVIN (nee FRANTZ) died on
October 18, 2012. She resided in Levittown,
PA. Wife of the late HERBERT D. LITVIN;
mother of SANDRA LITVIN (HASAN) ECEVIT
and JOAN BJORNSGAARD; grandmother of
DANIEL, MINDY, NICOLE, JORDAN, and
KELSEY; and great grandmother of ALEXIS.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Alzheimer's Association, 399 Market St.,
Ste. 102, Phila., PA 19106 or National
Multiple Sclerosis Society, 30 S. 17th St.,
Ste. 200, Phila., PA 19103.
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MILDRED MAGIL (nee GOLDMAN) died on
October 21, 2012, devoted wife of the late
LEON H. MAGIL; loving mother of RONNIE
MAGIL ALLEN (HERBERT), NINA MAGIL
HAUSNER and the late PAUL ALAN MAGIL;
grandmother of WENDY MILLER (HAL) and
great grandmother of PAULA and JENNIFER
MILLER. Caring for and fulfilling the needs
of their family was the number one priority of
both MILDRED and LEON. Their second love
was participating in charitable events and
serving as leaders of the Jewish community.
MILDRED and LEON were founding members
of the Germantown Jewish Centre and dedicated the chapel there in memory of LEON’s
mother, ROSE MAGIL. MILDRED was president of the Women’s Club at the synagogue
and also served on the board of directors.
MILDRED was the chairman of the FAJA
Women’s Division. She was also president of
the Philadelphia Women’s Division, American
Society for Technion and received the organization’s Award of Merit. In her capacity as
chairman and national board member,
MILDRED was honored by the Israel Bonds
Women’s Division with its Woman of Valor
Award and Tower of David Award. MILDRED
was the president of the Akiba Hebrew Academy PTA and served on their board of directors. MILDRED was president of the American Friends of Hebrew University Women’s
Division and a member of B’nai Brith and
Women’s American Ort. She was a life member of Hadassah, Dropsie Women and the
Philadelphia Psychiatric Center. Interment:
Roosevelt Memorial Park. Contributions in
her memory may be made to the American
Society for Technion, Federation Allied
Jewish Appeal, Germantown Jewish Centre,
Alzheimer’s Disease Assoc. or a charity of the
donor’s choice.
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ARTHUR L. MAHARAM died on Saturday,
November 3, 2012. Beloved husband of
GLADYS MAHARAM and the late SHIRLEY
COHEN MAHARAM. Devoted father of ELLEN
and EDWARD SHORT of Richboro, PA,
JANICE MAHARAM and PHILLIP ELHARDT
of Dayton, OH. Devoted step-father of
FRANCINE SHAPERA of Pittsburgh and PAUL
SHAPERA and MAJA NINKOVIC of Serbia.
Brother of DOROTHY (late ARTHUR) STONE
and the late MEYER and BELLE MAHARAM,
ESTHER MAHARAM, LAURETTA and
SAMUEL ELLNER and AARON and BESSIE
MAHARAM. Loving Grandpa of REBECCA
and BRANDON WEISS, SARAH SHORT,
RICHARD CHECCHIO, RILEY FORRISI and
ADAM SHAPERA. Also survived by loving
nieces and nephews. Interment Shaare Torah
Cemetery, Pittsburgh. Contributions may be
made to Maharam Fund Development Office
at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, 4400
Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15213 or
Jewish War Veterans, 1811 R. Street N.W.,
Washington, DC 20009.
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JULIA K. MELINCOFF died Nov. 12, 2012.
The former JULIA KOHN, wife of the late
SAMUEL. Mother of DR. RONALD (GWEN)
MELINCOFF, MARCIA (ALICIA CONILL, MD)
MELINCOFF and SUSAN KATZ. Bubbe of
LESLEY (PERRY LEE) MELINCOFF, TORI and
SYDNI KATZ and ARI MELINCOFF-LEVY.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
ASPCA, donate.aspca.org
BERNICE PLASKOW SHEIN
(nee RAIZEMAN), of Lakewood, formerly of
Philadelphia, passed away peacefully on
Sunday, November 11, 2012. Devoted wife of
JACK, and the late SAMUEL PLASKO, and the
sister of the late AARON RAIZMAN. She is
survived by her beloved daughters and their
husbands ELLYN and DR. DENNIS LYONS,
and LYNDA and BRUCE KLEIN; Loving Bubby
of SCOTT (BECKY) LYONS, SHIRA (MARK)
FRACKT, STEPHANIE (JESSE) SLOANE, and
STACY KLEIN; and dearest great grandmother of ELLIE, CLAIRE, ANYA, NATHAN,
HARPER, and MILO. Graveside services:
Mt. Lebanon Cemetery in Collingdale, PA, on
Tuesday, November 13th. Contributions in
her memory to the Alex’s Lemonade Stand
Foundation for Childhood Cancer, 333 E.
Lancaster Ave., #414, Wynnewood, PA
19096, will be greatly appreciated.
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JACK J., November 18, 2012, of Devon, PA,
formerly of Bryn Mawr, PA. Husband of
LORNA (nee KIRSCH), father of SCOTT (KIMBERLY) RUDNICK and CARL RUDNICK,
grandfather of NICOLE, SAMANTHA and
ALYSIA Contributions in his memory be
made to American Lung Assoc .
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MARTIN SHAMES, age 77, of Chalfont, PA
and Hollywood, FL, passed away on October
27, 2012. He will be dearly missed by JOAN
(nee GOLDSMITH) his wife of 52 years, his
sons JONATHAN (VIRGINIA) of Great Falls,
VA and ADAM of Chicago, IL; his daughter
ELISABETH (LAWRENCE) GROSSMAN of
Dresher, PA; his grandchildren ALYSSA,
ZACHARY, SAMANTHA, ABIGAIL and NOAH;
his brother JERRY (ANN) SHAMES. MARTY
grew up in the Bronx, attended Bronx High
School of Science, got an MBA from NYU,
proudly served as a Marine, and was a successful Financial Executive with companies in
Chicago and Philadelphia before becoming a
business consultant in the leasing industry.
MARTY loved his family, Judaism, and was
an active member of the Jewish Genealogical
Society of Broward County in Florida. MARTY
had a rare combination of kindness, curiosity
and intelligence that made him successful as
a businessman and much beloved by everyone he met. Contributions in his memory
may be made to a charity of the donor's
choice.
MAKLER
KALIA (nee KANES), November 7, 2012, of
Huntingdon Valley, PA. Wife of the late
ALBERT MAKLER. Mother of KENNETH
(MARSHA) MAKLER and RICHARD MAKLER.
Grandmother
of
ADAM,
ELIZABETH,
JEFFREY and David. Services were held Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012 at Roosevelt Memorial
Park. Contributions in her memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's choice.
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RICHARD PAUL 75, of Philadelphia, son of
the late Dr. and Mrs. LOUIS MARKOWITZ of
Pottstown, passed away November 17. Beloved husband of MARLENE (GOTTFRIED)
MARKOWITZ. He was the father of DR.
HOWARD MARKOWITZ (JULIA) and STEVEN
MARKOWITZ (DENA). Zayda of OLIVIA,
SAMANTHA,
MORGAN,
LACEY,
and
SPENCER. RICHARD was Vice President of
Congregations of Shaare Shamayim, religious chairman, in charge of the conservative
services. He was caring and personally
reached out to each congregate. He additionally read Haftorah on High Holidays. He, as
well, enjoyed traveling around the world with
his wife. His children enjoyed his wonderful
sense of adventure. He taught them to
downhill ski and fish, as well, passed along
his fabulous carpentry skills. He was a member of Krakauer Yampolier BS. Contributions
in his memory may be made to Congregations of Shaare Shamayim, 9768 Verree Rd,
Phila., PA 19115
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JEROME MAUZE, age 79, died on November
15, 2012. He was a retired CPA for Philadelphia Stock Exchange over 10 years. He
graduated from Central High School, the University of Penn, and The Wharton School. He
was an Ensign in the US Coast Guard and
was a Mason who resided in Media, Pennsylvania. He was also a member of AICPA
(American Institute of CPA's) and PICPA
(Pennsylvania Institute of CPA's). Husband of
HARRIET (nee ROSENSTEIN) and the late
MADELINE (nee GREEN); father of EDWARD
MAUZE; stepfather of ROBERT (CAROL)
SCHWARTZ, WILLIAM SCHWARTZ, and
LYNN (DAVID) CASHELL; and also survived
by 5 grandchildren. Contributions in his
memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter, 399 Market Street, Suite 102, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106.
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STANLEY " STAN THE MAN'' MORANTZ the
owner and president of S. Morantz Inc, died
November 10, 2012. He lived in Warrington
Pa. MR. MORANTZ was an active member of
the Coast Guard Auxiliary ( Flotilla 2-4) and a
member of Old York Road Temple Beth Am in
Abington, Pa. Husband of MARILYN (nee
ROTH). Father of LISA (NEAL) WISER and
HEATHER (ROBBY) ZEAMAN . Brother of
PHYLLIS (SOL) COHEN, PEARL (late
HARRY) DUBOWITCH and the late REA
STIMMEL. "Pop Pop" to SARA, ZACHARY and
SKYLAR. Loving and devoted caregiver and
friend SHERRILL DOUGLAS.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
the ALS Association, 321 Norristown Road,
Suite 260, Ambler, Pa. 19002
(PH#
215-643-5434) or Old York Road Temple
Beth Am, 971 Old York, Abington, Pa. 19001
(PH# 215-886-8000) or Autism Speaks, 1060
State Road, 2nd Floor, Princeton,NJ 08542
(PH# 609-228-7310.
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ELAINE PRESSMAN of South Yarmouth, MA.
died on November 4th, at the age of 90. She
was a former resident of Boynton Beach, Fl.
and Jenkintown, PA. She is survived by two
sons; LARRY (SHIRLEY) of Atkinson, NH.
and GLENN (LAURA) of Colorado Springs,
CO. and four grandchildren; ALEXANDRA,
DANIEL, BRIAN, and JAIMIE (ERIC). For
many years she was the co-owner of The
Purse String, in Jenkintown. She was an avid
golfer and bridge player. Donations in her
memory can be made to the American Cancer
Society.
MORRIS
ARNOLD G. MORRIS, age 76, died on October 27, 2012. He was an appliance salesman
who resided in Southampton, Pennsylvania.
Husband of ZENA (nee DERKOTCH); father of
SHERYL MORRIS, MICHELLE MORRIS, ERIC
MORRIS; brother of HERBERT (WENDI)
MORRIS, PHYLLIS LEAN, MARVIN (LAURIE)
MORRIS and the late IRVIN MORRIS; grandfather of JEM; and also lovingly remembered
by ESTHER & JERRY ROSENBERG.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
Dr. Morie Gertz / Hematology, Mayo Clinic,
200 First St., SW, Rochester, MN 55905.
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LENORE (nee ZOLA), November 16, 2012.
Born August 27, 1917 in Philadelphia to BESSIE and SAMUEL ZOLA. Beloved wife of the
late EDWARD NECKRITZ for 66 years. Loving
mother of GLORIA STEINBERG (LENNARD),
BOBBY NECKRITZ (SUGAR), and DR. BRUCE
NECKRITZ (JUDI). Devoted sister of the late
ETHEL ZOLA. Dear grandmother of DR.
ELIZABETH HSU (DR. VICTOR HSU), HENRY
STEINBERG (STACY), and LORI, JASON
(DEBRA), JENNA, and SETH NECKRITZ.
Great grandmother of JACOB, ELISSA, and
BENJAMIN HSU. Contributions in her memory may be made to Susan G. Komen for the
Cure, 125 S. 9th Street - Suite 202 - Philadelphia, PA 19107 or HIAS Pennsylvania, 2100
Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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BEATRICE Died Nov 19, 2012, she resided in
Silver Spring, MD She was a retired school
secretary for the Philadelphia School District
for over 25 years, retiring in the
1980's.Graduated from the South Phila High
School for Girls.She was a member of the
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary and the Sisterhood at Overbrook JCC and Adath Israel. The
former BEATRICE KANTHER, wife of the late
CHARLES, mother of MARK (SHARON)
RAIVETZ and CAROL (ANDREW) NEWMAN.
Sister of LOUIS (JOAN) KANTHER, grandmother of ARI (LAUREN), SETH, ABBE (MATTHEW), RACHEL (BRAD) and SARA (EZRA).
Also survived by 4 great grandchildren. Contributions in her memory may be made to
Sarcoma Alliance 775 East Blithedale #334
Mill Valley, California 94941 or Homecrest
House 14508 Homecrest Road Silver Spring,
Maryland 20906
ROBBINS
LINDA M. (nee MEYERS), November 10,
2012, of Bala Cynwyd, PA. Mother of NANCY
E. ROBBINS, LISA KAPLAN and ANDREW
ROBBINS; sister of JOAN RACKMIL; grandmother of ASHLEY and HANNAH ROBBINS,
HILARY and MAGGIE DALLDORF, JOSH and
JORDAN KAPLAN; great grandmother of
EZRA ROBBINS-PABON. Contributions in her
memory may be made to Penn Hospice at
Rittenhouse, 1800 Lombard St., Phila., PA.
19146 Attn: Rebecca Weinstein.
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CORINNE (nee BALABAN), On November 4,
2012, of Havertown, PA. Wife of the late
EDWIN ROSENBERG. Mother of DR. KENNETH (FRANCES) ROSENBERG and KEVIN
(LORI) ROSENBERG. Grandmother of ERIC,
ALLISON, JEFFREY, EMILY and CALLIE.
Graveside Services were held Monday,
November 5th, at Montefiore Cemetery in
Rockledge, PA.
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MIRIAM SCHWARTZ (nee KIRSON), November 14, 2012. She was a retired administrative assistant for Temple University and The
Center School in Abington, PA which she
helped found who resided in Ventnor, New
Jersey. She was also a member of Temple
Emeth Shalom of Margate, NJ. Beloved wife
of MORRIS for almost 65 years; devoted
mother of GLENN SCHWARTZ and the
late DEBBIE COHEN; dear mother-in-law of
ROBERT COHEN; sister of ROBERT KIRSON;
and loving grandmother of BETH and
MELISSA COHEN. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Debbie Cohen
Memorial Fund c/o Center School, 2450
Hamilton Ave., Abington, PA 19001.
LEON SHORE 1928 - 2012 youngest son of
the late EDWARD (YUDKE) and DORA
SHORE, younger brother of the late FREDA
(GIL) NOVACK and ANNA (MORRIS) COHEN,
aged 84, passed away peacefully at Abington
Hospice at Warminster October 25, 2012. He
was a graduate of Central High School Class
#186 and Temple University, earning a BA in
Science and a Masters of Education. He dedicated his career to the students of the Philadelphia School District and the Philadelphia
Federation of Teachers (PFT). He served the
PFT in numerous capacities over five decades
including executive board member, retirement coordinator, and information officer. He
served two terms as president of the PFT Retirees Chapter. He also served on the board
of Philadelphia POSH, the eastern state region of PA OSHA, and was president of the
Philadelphia chapter of the Jewish Labor
Committee. LEON SHORE was awarded the
Meritorious Service to the Philadelphia Retiree Council AFL-CIO in appreciation for outstanding leadership. In addition to being
named Retiree of the Year 2008, SHORE was
recognized by the PFT for his distinguished
service to the Philadelphia chapter and his
contributions to the Labor Movement. He
was also named Democrat of the Year 2004
by the Democratic Committee of Abington Rutledge. He is survived by his wife BERNICE
(BUNNY IVKER) of 59 years and children
STEPHEN (CAROL) SHORE and JACQUELINE
(HOVAV) SHAHAR and grandchildren ELON
(JAMIE BERAN) SHORE, MIRA SHORE,
JONATHAN SHAHAR, DORON SHORE, and
DANIEL SHAHAR.. His passions included his
family and friends and their passions, teaching, the PFT Teachers' Union, Jewish Labor
Committee, Democrats., Israel, his roots in
South Philadelphia, singing, dancing, and
telling stories that brought laughter. Loved by
all and universally called "UNCLE LEON", he
took great pleasure in both educating and entertaining people. In his memory please send
donations to Camp Galil Scholarship Fund,
PO Box 1245, Newtown PA 18940 or the
Jewish Labor Committee 25 E 21st ST. #2
New York, NY 10010.
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BERNARD Died Nov 16, 2012. Husband of
GLORIA (nee MISKIN). Father of ROBIN
SCHLOSBERG and the late LARRY M.
(BILHA) SCHLOSBERG. Grandfather of YARDEN, SARAI and STAV.BERNARD who was in
real estate for 60 years, was respected by all
of his peers.Contributions in his memory
may be made to Friends of Israel Defense
Forces 500 Officer Center DriveSuite 400 Fort
Washington, PA 19034 or Philadelphia VA
Medical Center Volunteer Service Office 3900
Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
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DENISE PIKUS A retired receptionist died
October 20, 2012. The former DENISE
MOSER wife of the late MARTIN, mother of
BARBARA PIKUS, LYN PIKUS and JUDY H.
STUTMAN (RICHARD L.); grandmother of
ALEXA and AMANDA. Contributions in her
memory may be made to Alex's Lemonade
Stand 333 East Lancaster Avenue Suite 414
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 19096
or Hadassah 1518 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
SCHIFFER
DOROTHY WILSON SCHIFFER her legion of
friends and loving family mourn the passing
of DOROTHY WILSON SCHIFFER, on November 7, 2012, in Danville, California. Daughter
of MORRIS and MAE WILSON, born in Rochester, New York and raised in Philadelphia,
DOTTIE graduated Temple University,
married RALPH LEE SCHIFFER, and brought
two children into this world, HARRIET and
MICHAEL. Blessed with a keen mind and a
delightful sense of humor, DOTTIE taught for
over 20 years at Frankford High School, in
Philadelphia, was loved by her students, and
was faithful and loyal to all. DOTTIE met her
future husband at the age of 15 while working as a summer camp counselor and
married RALPH upon his return from Burma,
after World War II. A member of the swim
team at Temple, she gave birth to her two
children, and while raising them became an
avid Club Champion golfer and wicked bridge
player. She and RALPH moved from Philadelphia to Laguna Woods to be near their grandchildren: MARLOWE, DANEE, SAM, and
JULIANA. They were the light in her eyes and
she was the rock steady source of constant
love in their hearts. DOTTIE’S friends loved
her for her laughter and her ability to both
crack and take a good joke. To be DOTTIE’S
friend was to be friends for life. We will miss
her, but DOTTIE will never be gone.
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HERMAN SIEGEL a retired salesman died
October 22,2012. He resided in Abington, PA.
Husband of LORETTA (Nee SISEL); father of
CAROL (MARK) SHEBBY and MINDY
(RICHARD) STRULSON; grandfather of ERIC
and ALEX. Contributions in his memory may
be made to
Parkinson's Foundation
www.parkinson.org
or American Heart Association
www.americanheart.org
LORETTA SOPHIAN, (NEE ESADOR), Age 85,
formerly of Philadelphia, PA. Beloved wife of
LEONARD; Loving mother of JEFF (NANCY)
And LARRY (ARDIS); Proud grandmother of
JASON; Fond sister to ROZELLE (The late
DAVID) PASHKO, Sister in law to the late
LUCILLE (The late JERRY) RESNIKOFF, and
beloved friend and in-law to BEVERLEY (The
Late TED) BAKAL. FOR INFO:
LLOYD MANDEL LEVAYAH FUNERALS
847-679-3939.
CHARLOTTE WALLER a retired medical secretary died October 25, 2012. The former
CHARLOTTE KAIT, wife of the late LOUIS.
Mother of DALIT WALLER. Sister of BERT
LIt and AARON KAIT. Contributions in her
memory may be made to VNA Hospice of
Philadelphia 3300 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129 or Operation AVA
(No Kill Animal Shelter) 860-862 North 3rd
Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123
operationava.org
CECELIA "DOLLY" (nee LIPPER) November
11, 2012, of Lafayette Hill, PA. Wife of the
late HAROLD WILDSTEIN. Mother of HARRIS
(LESLIE) WILDSTEIN and MARK (MARJORIE) WILDSTEIN. Surrogate mother to MARK
(SHARI) ROSENBERG. Grandmother of LAUREN (SAMMY) KESTENBAUM, BENJAMIN
(DARIEN) WILDSTEIN, ALEXANDRA WILDSTEIN and JACOB WILDSTEIN. Contributions
in her memory be made to a charity of the
donor's choice .
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RUTH (nee HERRING), October 19, 2012 of
Media, PA. Wife of the late ALEXANDER.
Mother of KATHY (DANIEL) ANDERSEN.
Grandmother of MOLLY ANDERSEN and the
late ELIANA ANDERSEN. Contributions in her
memory may be made to the Eliana Andersen
Fund at Congregation Beth Israel-Media, PA.
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SILVERBERG
GERALD, on Nov. 6, 2012. Husband of GLORIA (nee YEAGER). Father of GEOFFREY SILVERBERG, DONNA SILVERBERG and MARJORIE (JOHN) HANCOCK. Grandfather of
JESSICA CHUD, AMANDA CHUD, MATTHEW
HANCOCK, SARAH HANCOCK and NATASHA
SILVERBERG. Contributions in his memory
may be made to a charity of the donor's
choice .
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SILVERMAN
SEYMOUR SILVERMAN (“SY”) of Warminster, PA, age 74, passed away peacefully on
October 20, 2012 from pancreatic cancer. For
2 years, he fought a valiant and brave battle
with optimism and courage. SY was admired
by all who knew him for his inner strength
and constant positive attitude in his fight to
beat this disease. He is survived by his
beloved wife of 25 years, LENI and children,
STACY (DAVID) SILVER, MARK SILVERMAN,
AMY (TIM) SPRAGUE, deceased and ROB
(VICKI) DANZIK. Also survived by his devoted sister, SHIRLEY ROTHSTEIN and
nieces, MICHELLE LUBLIN, LISANNE
(HOWIE) GODNICK and BARBARA (SHAWN)
LANDAU. SY was adored by his 6 wonderful
grandchildren, TAYLOR, BRANDEE, and
BRITTNEE SILVERMAN and MACKENZIE,
LINDSAY and JACKSON DANZIK. SEYMOUR
graduated from Olney High School in June
1956 and Temple Pharmacy School in June
1960. He was a “phanatic phillies” sports fan.
He also loved playing tennis, a game at which
he excelled. SY was a well known pool shark
in Logan at Mosconi's pool hall and rumor
has it that he spent more time shooting pool
than he did in school. SY'S passion was duplicate bridge and in spite of the side effects
of his cancer treatment, he managed to earn
his bronze Life Master in March 2012, a feat
of which he was very proud. Contributions
may be made in SY'S memory to Abramson
Hospice, 1425 Horsham Road, North Wales,
PA 19454 or the American Cancer Society.
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PHILIP a retail food merchant died Nov 17,
2012 Beloved husband of NOLA (nee KOLINS), devoted father of FRED (ABBIE)
STEIN, SHELLEY (ANDREW) STEIN and
HARVEY STEIN (KATHERINE ROBINSON).
Cherished "Pop Pop" of DEENA and JACOB
ROSEN, BENJAMIN and NEIL STEIN, ELYSA
and ROBBIE (RACHEL) STEIN. PHIL was a
renaissance man- teacher, artist, chef, entrepreneur and proprietor of Avenue
Shop-n-Bag. He was a Veteran of WWII
(branch of the Army) and a member of Shekinah Lodge #246 F & AM. He will be sadly
missed by all.Contributions in his memory
may be made to MANNA Post Office Box
30181 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
www.mannapa.org
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BARRY LEE passed away October 20,2012,
age 7l of Cherry Hill formerly of Philadelphia.
He is survived by his beloved companion
SUSAN VANDERYDT, brother of MYRNA
LEVIN (STEPHEN), RICHARD STERN (MARLENE), uncle of PETER LEVIN (SHIHO), JENNIFER POPOVSKY, ALLISON STERN, DAVID
STERN and childhood friend ROBERT
WECHSLER. He is the son of the late RUTH
and ALBERT STERN. Contributions in his
memory may be made to the charity of donor's choice.
STRAUSS
JEAN STRAUSS (nee FEINSTEIN) died on
Nov. 4, 2012. Wife of the late ABRAHAM.
Mother of LOIS STRAUSS, JUDY (STEVE)
GERSHMAN, SHELLY (STEVE) LIPSCHULTZ,
and the late HOWARD STRAUSS. Grandmother of ELLEN (BOB) FENSTERER,
JORDAN (KARI) GOLDBERG, MICHAEL
(SHEREE) STRAUSS, BRIAN (ABBY)
STRAUSS,
SHERYL
WEED,
JILL
GERSHMAN, and KIM LIPSCHULTZ. Great
grandmother of 10. Contributions in her
memory may be made to Alzheimer's
Foundation of America, 322 8th Avenue, 7th
Floor, New York, New York 10001 or The
Philadelphia Orchestra, 260 South Broad
Street, Suite 1600, Philadelphia, PA 19102
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BETTY TELMAN a retired bookkeeper died
October 24, 2012.
The former BETTY
KIRSHNER, wife of ISADORE, mother of the
late MICHAEL and ROBERTA; also survived
by nieces and nephews. Contributions in her
memory may be made to Life Choice Hospice
200 Dryden Road Suite 3300 Dresher, Pennsylvania 19025
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HOWARD, on Oct. 27, 2012. Husband of
JUDITH (nee FREEDMAN), Father of JASON
(JESSICA BRAVERMAN), brother of STEPHEN (CAROL) WINIG and SUSAN (HAL)
LEWIN. Contributions in his memory may be
made to the American Cancer Society or to
the Joan Karnell Cancer Center, Attn: Honorarium and Celebration Gifts, 230 W. Washington Sq., Phila. PA 19106..
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LINDA YOUTH (nee ZANKMAN), age 70, died
on October 26, 2012. She resided in Delray
Beach, Florida. Wife of ALLEN YOUTH;
mother of LANE (ELAINE) YOUTH, MARC
(MARIA) YOUTH, and ROBIN (DR. MICHAEL)
FELDMAN; sister of SANDI (IRV) GRODSKY;
and grandmother of LAUREN, AVERY,
SABRINA, TESSA, JORDYN, and LEXI.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the FAU Memory & Wellness Center, 777
Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431,
561-297-0502.
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MARSHA WARHOFTIG (nee ROSNER) died
on her 86th birthday. She was a retired secretary for the City of Philadelphia who resided
in Furlong, Pennsylvania.
Wife of the late DAVID; mother of WENDY
(the late MARK) SELEZNOV and SHELLEY
(ALLAN) WEISS; and grandmother of ROMY
(JEFF) NELSON and ALEX SELEZNOV.
Contributions in her memory may be made to
the Klein JCC, 10100 Jamison Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116
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AMY (nee LOBEL), Nov. 5, 2012 Loving wife
of 72 years to AARON WEINMAN. Mother of
JOAN SCHWARTZ, NANCY WEINMAN, ROBERT WEINMAN and CAROL WEINMAN.
Mother In Law of JEFFREY SCHWARTZ, STEPHEN MILLER and VALERIE FRUNCHAK.
Sister of ARTHUR LOBEL and the late BETTY
ROSENBERG. Also survived by 7 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Contributions
in her memory be made to the Parkinson
Council Inc. 111 Presidential Boulevard, Suite
#250, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 or to a charity
for Diabetees research or to a charity of the
donor's choice .
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MILDRED WEINSTEIN a retired store owner
died November 8, 2012. Aunt of LEA ZATZ
(SAUL). Great Aunt of HAROLD ZABLE
(CHRIS) and KAREN ZATZ (PAUL BLOOM,
PhD). Great Great Aunt of 5. She was an
active member in ORT and the Senior
Citizens Alliance. Contributions in her
memory may be made to a charity of the
donor's choice.
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CHARLOTTE WALLER a retired medical
secretary died October 25, 2012. The former
CHARLOTTE KAIT, wife of the late LOUIS.
Mother of DALIT WALLER. Sister of BERT
LIT and AARON KAIT. Contributions in her
memory may be made to VNA Hospice of
Philadelphia, 3300 Henry Ave., Philadelphia,
PA 19129 or Animal Aware, PO Box 669004,
Miami Springs, Florida 33266
www.animalaware.org
ANNA WEISS (nee FALKOWITZ) died Oct. 14,
2012. Wife of CHARLES; Mother of LIBBY
WEISS and RAYMOND (CAROLYN) WEISS;
grandmother of JESSE JACOBSON and also
survived by many devoted nieces and
nephews. She was a member of the Congs.
of Ner Zedek and an active member of their
sisterhood. She was 94 years old and lived in
Phila., PA. She was a housewife. Contributions in her memory may be made to Congregations of Ner Zedek, 7520 Bustleton Ave,
Phila., PA 19152
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LOUIS WALLER, age 87, died on October 14,
2012. He was a retired appliance salesman
who resided in Philadelphia, PA. Husband of
the now late CHARLOTTE WALLER (nee
KAIT); father of DALIT WALLER; brother of
FLORENCE BIRNBAUM; and also survived by
loving family. Contributions in his memory
may be made to the VNA Hospice of Philadelphia, 3300 Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
19129, or The Parkinson's Disease Foundation, 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509, New York,
New York 10018, or to a charity of the
donor's choice.
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FREDA ZAPPAN (nee GLOBEMAN) died Nov
1, 2012. An accessory designer, she resided
in Lansdale, PA. Wife of the late JACOB,
mother of RIC (SANDRA) ZAPPAN and ARLENE ZAPPAN ZIBRAK ROTFELD (BRUCE),
sister of the late JOSEPH GLOBEMAN.
Grandmother of JASON ZAPPAN, RORY ZAPPAN, BARI ZIBRAK and SYDNEY ZIBRAK
(RYAN SOLLAD). Contributions in her memory may be made to American Heart Association 1626 Locust Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 or
American Parkinson Disease Association
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JOHANAN ZELIKOVSKY died on October 27,
2012. He was a retired real estate businessman who resided in Jensen Beach, Florida,
formerly of Philadelphia.
Husband of the late JUDITH; father of DAVID
(MARCY) ZELIKOVSKY and MORRIS (GAIL)
ZELIKOVSKY; grandfather of SHIRLEY,
DENISE, JOY, TAL, and the late PHILLIP; and
great grandfather of JUDITH and SOFIA.
Contributions in his memory may be made to
ARMDI of Greater Philadelphia, P.O. Box
52158, Phila., PA 19115 or the National Museum of American Jewish History, 101 S. Independence Mall East, Phila., PA 19106 or a
charity of the donor's choice.
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SYLVIA ZUBAR (nee SEROT) April 3, 1918 November 4, 2012 of Linwood, NJ. Beloved
wife of the late THEODORE. Mother of NINA
(WILLIAM) DEMKO and the late IRVIN.
Mother-in-law of CAROLE ZUBAR. Sister of
ABRAHAM (SYLVIA) SEROT. Grandmother of
NANCI (JAY) SCHINDLER, ILANA (GREG)
CUMBEY and BROOKE (ADAM) STROMFELD.
Great-grandmother of ZACHARY, JOSHUA,
HARLAN, TEDDI, JUSTIN, JORDAN and
ALLIE. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. The family
requests that contributions in her memory to
be made to Cong. Ner Zedek-Ezreth IsraelBeth Uziel, 7520 Bustleton Ave., Phila. PA
19152, Cong. Beth Israel, 2501 Shore Road,
Northfield, NJ 08225 or Woman's American
ORT, Oceanview Chapter, c/o Taroff, 603 N.
Cambridge Ave., Ventnor, NJ 08406
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ROSALIE BOROWSKY BELKIN
8-10-1912 To 11-6-1990
Dearest Mother,
We “talk” to you everyday and
think of happy memories.
It is hard to believe it’s been 22 years
since we have seen you,
talked in person,
and heard your words of wisdom
and your wonderful giggle.
We miss you very much
and our love continues.
Missed By
Children, Grandchildren, and
Great Grandchildren
SCOTT GITOMER
3/10/76-11/28/2002
On your 10th Yahrzeit,
it is hard to believe the years
have passed so quickly but the thought of
you has not dimmed.
We are sad for all the wonderful joys
you have missed.
You will always be a part of our lives
as long as we live.
There is not a day that goes by
that you are not terribly missed.
Remembering you is so easy,
we do it every day, it’s the heartache
of losing you that never ever goes away.
Forever in our Hearts,
Mom, Dad, Bryan & Meredith
GLICKMAN
PLAM
MICHAEL TOBIAH PLAM
1-27-76 11-7-94
18th Yahrzeit
Kislev 4
They say there is a reason,
they say that time will heal,
but neither time nor reason
will change the way we feel.
For no one knows the heartache
that lies behind our smiles,
no one knows how many times
we have broken down and cried,
we want to tell you something
so there won’t be any doubt,
you’re so wonderful to think of
but so hard to be without.
~ Author Unknown ~
It’s so hard to believe that
it has been 18 long years.
Love,
MOM and DAD
IRVING, of Huntingdon Valley, PA, formerly of Pompano Beach, FL, passed away at age 100 on November 19, 2012. MR. GLICKMAN was
born in New Brunswick, NJ, in 1912. One of six siblings, starting before and after school work at the age of 13, he put himself through Rutgers College during the Great Depression of the early 1930's. His first job was with the Post Office, delivering heavy parcel post special delivery packages on his bicycle for a penny a parcel. He continued with this through high school, including taking a year off after graduation to
earn money for tuition at Rutgers. Despite the heavy work schedule and study requirements, MR. GLICKMAN was able to participate in
other activities, such as being part of the New Brunswick YMCA basketball club, where, of average height for the time, he excelled in the old
style two handed set shot. Also, while at Rutgers, MR. GLICKMAN learned to play bridge by sitting behind and watching future Nobel Prize
winner, Milton Friedman. Upon graduation from Rutgers with a degree in biology in 1934, he was unable to afford either medical or dental
school. He therefore went to work as a chemist for his uncle's rubber goods manufacturing company in New Brunswick, where he learned
the techniques for formulating rubber compounds for various uses. MR. GLICKMAN moved to Philadelphia and soon worked for Franklin
Rubber Company, a Philadelphia based rubber goods manufacturing company, where he developed materials and manufacturing processes
for making high speed conveyor belts used for on-site transport of concrete for building large dams, such as the Grand Coulee. In a few
years, MR. GLICKMAN had the opportunity to move to a larger, more prestigious rubber goods manufacturer, Quaker Rubber, located in the
Tacony section of Philadelphia. As World War II loomed, natural rubber, mostly from the Far East, was becoming difficult to procure. One of
the few people in America having specialized knowledge about synthetic rubber, MR. GLICKMAN was instrumental in developing the formula
for synthetic rubber hoses that were highly resistant to deterioration from petroleum and seawater. He also developed their copper reinforced internal physical configuration, and the complex method used for manufacturing them: all became official specifications issued by the
US Navy as 50 foot long hoses with 10 inch diameter. These hoses became absolutely essential for use in wartime, as they were used in the
off-loading of oil from tankers to beachheads in Europe, and ship to ship refueling. The basic chemical formula for the hose is still in use in
gasoline stations. His employer was producing huge volumes of the synthetic rubber hose, as well as fire hoses being shipped for use in
London. The company was shipping by railcar loads. One Sunday, as MR. GLICKMAN was alone in the factory, on his own time, repairing
one of the machines needed for production the next day, the company owner happened in to the plant. He told MR. GLICKMAN the company
was losing money, and could only give him a two dollar a week raise. As the owner had driven to the factory in his Rolls Royce, MR. GLICKMAN knew he could do better on his own, and with a partner, LEON COLTMAN, he began Elgo Rubber Products in 1939, working his main
job during the day, and working at Elgo into the late evening. During the period of World War II, MR. GLICKMAN was able to use his specialized expertise of molding rubber products in extremely complex and difficult-to-mold forms, such as machine gun recoil bellows for the
Army, which other molders were unable to accomplish. Subsequent to WWII, Mr. Glickman and his partner took out a business loan of
$5,000 under the provisions of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, but quickly paid it back, as they were limited by the terms of the
loan to a salary of $50.00 per week. Elgo made small rubber products, including baton ends for marching band twirling batons, and rubber
tank balls, which were used in toilet mechanisms. He was astonished at the number of tank balls he would make annually: one for every
man, woman, and child in America, year in and year out. Elgo Rubber was located on the north side of Washington Avenue between
Moyamensing and Third Street, in a series of contiguous buildings, housing the huge rubber mills, which were deeply embedded in concrete
to keep them from moving. To allow significant widening of Washington Avenue, the City of Philadelphia condemned the property under the
then relatively new Pennsylvania Eminent Domain law. The City attempted to take just half of the property, and, in the first jury trial under
that Eminent Domain law, the jury found that the City could not take just half of an operating manufacturing facility, since it was an organic
whole, and that taking half would in effect put the company out of business. In the mid-1950's, with imports from Japan threatening the
molded rubber goods business, and, no doubt anticipating the famous line in the movie "The Graduate," MR. GLICKMAN perceived that
"plastics" was indeed the best option for the future, and in 1956, he and his partner started Rodon Products, an injection molding company.
Rodon continues today in Hatfield PA as the molder for K'NEX construction toys, and as supplier of plastic components to industrial and
commercial products companies nationwide. MR. GLICKMAN was very adept at mechanical implements, and created or adapted a number
of machines for the growing Rodon plastics business. The injection molding process creates excess plastic that needs to be ground up to be
reused. The machinery commercially available was largely inadequate to the task. MR. GLICKMAN recalled the simple, well known, and effective concept of a flywheel, used as part of the starting system on the earliest cars, and adapted the concept to the existing motors in the
company's grinding equipment. This easily provided the force necessary to grind the excess plastic, while using a minimum of electricity. He
laughed out loud twenty years later when shown an advertisement in an industry journal about a “revolutionary new concept" for adding
power to the machinery - by use of a flywheel! MR. GLICKMAN retired in his early 60's. An avid golfer, MR. GLICKMAN was playing golf until his early 90's; to his great regret, he never did achieve great putting. MR. GLICKMAN was preceded in death by his wife MARION, and is
survived by sons JOEL (BRENDA) GLICKMAN, BOB (CANDY BERNARD) GLICKMAN, and his daughter, ELAINE BERK, five grandchildren,
ELLEN (MICHAEL) ARATEN, NANCY (GARRETT) TALLEY, STEPHANIE MCKINNEY, DOUG and ANDY BERK, and seven great-grand children,
JESSICA and DANIEL ARATEN, JACKSON, SAMUEL and RYAN TALLEY, and KAITLIN and CASSIDY MCKINNEY. Interment private. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be made the Crohns and Colitis Foundation, 367 East Street Road, Trevose, PA, 19053 or any charity of the donor's choice.
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