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Shiva will be updated soon. He was a beloved brother and uncle. He was preceded in death by his parents: Elaine and Phillip Kaplan, of blessed memory. Phillip and Daniel Kaplan.
A graveside service will be held Sunday, June 3, at Greenwood Cemetery at Jerome Berman, age 93, Atlanta, died May 31, He was born in Atlanta Georgia and was a graduate of Boys High. He received his B. Following his service in the military he began a solo pediatric practice in Sandy Springs, then an undeveloped area.
His thriving pediatric practice grew as he added partners as he tended to the medical needs of many Atlanta children. He served on the executive committee of the state chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He also served as chairman of the pediatrics section of Northside Hospital and conducted sick and well baby clinics at Fulton County health centers.
After 33 years, he ended his pediatric practice in when he became blind. He faced the challenge of blindness with the assistance of the Center for the Visually Impaired here in Atlanta that taught him how to adapt to his new circumstances.
He took on this challenge and in received his Master of Public Health degree from the Emory University School of Public Health, the first blind student to achieve that degree. He then helped others in a number of different ways for the rest of his life. With the Center for the Visually Impaired and his friend Stanley Friedman he founded the Babies Early Growth Intervention Network BEGIN program in that brightens the future for the state's blind children and their families by providing an early intervention program for visually impaired pre-schoolers in the Southeastern United States.
From to he was a principal speaker for the metropolitan Atlanta United Way annual campaign. His speaking engagements resulted in the raising of millions of dollars for greater Atlanta service organizations.
He received many honors for his work. He received a Special Award of Merit from the state chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics for his service to the children of Georgia. In he received the Carl Aven Cup from the Medical Association of Atlanta, the medical association's most prestigious honor that is given for outstanding community service by one of its members.
He is predeceased by his wife attorney Betty Green Berman. The family would also like to express their thanks to his caregivers for the loving care they provided in his last years. A graveside service will be held Sunday, June 3, at 4: Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, to parents, Mary and Morris Yaschik, he was an outgoing and friendly person whose family and friends were very important to him. He liked to share stories of his happy years with siblings and family at their Folly Beach summer house.
He was successful in his business career with 3M Company later Lanier Business Products winning recognition and awards for his accomplishments. In retirement, Harvey enjoyed many pastimes, including gardening, photography, cooking, USO volunteering, exercising, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
He took special pride in completing the Peachtree Road Race at age 72 with his son. He enjoyed time spent with his two grandchildren. He was a longtime member of Congregation Shearith Israel. Survivors include his wife, Betty Barnett with whom he shared his life for 54 years; daughter, Margo Steven Tockerman; son, Jeffrey Yaschik, and grandchildren: Jake Tockerman and Sari Tockerman. Also surviving are his brother and sister-in-law, Dennis and Marsha Yaschik, and sister, Sharon Cohan of Naples, Florida, and many close nieces and nephews.
A graveside service will be held Friday, June 1, at 1: Sunday at Huntcliff Summit at 3: Frank was born in Fuerth, Germany a suburb of Nuremburg. Frank was 17 years old in when his family saw the writing on the wall and sent him off to the United States. Seeking opportunity to find employment and make money, Frank applied to the Jewish Agency to be relocated to Georgia for a training project to learn a skilled trade.
Five young Jewish men from Germany, including Frank, were sent to Monroe Georgia, to attend school and receive training in an agricultural setting. With his family successfully rescued, Frank enlisted in the Army and served his new country as an interpreter fighting the Nazi regime.
Prior to his overseas deployment, Frank was sent to boot camp in Galveston, Texas where he met Helen. On his return from the war, they began a marriage of 71 years and are now once again joined on the one-year anniversary of her passing. When Frank returned from the army, Frank and Helen married. He started his career as a traveling salesman in the electrical equipment business.
They had three children, Elizabeth, Mark and Walter. Frank was successful in his career and advanced up the professional ladder, retiring as an Executive Vice President after 45 years at the same company.
In his retirement, Frank became an active community volunteer, volunteering for Clark Howard and Meals for Wheels. He learned to play pinochle at the age of 90 and won a few medals for his senior athletic ability. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: The Weinstein Hospice - www.
She was a drum majorette at Allderdice High School and went on to earn degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. Bernice was a pioneer in the realm of career women, working as a speech-language pathologist on a multi-disciplinary maxillofacial team at the Cleft Palate Center of the University of Pittsburgh.
Bernice was a loving, creative and curious woman, who was an explorer at heart -- explorer in all forms of art particularly painting , explorer in reading and learning often reading books at once, while taking one or more classes , explorer in her many worldwide travels and explorer of cultures and food. More than anything else, Bernice loved spending time with family. People who met her always commented on her wonderful laugh and smile.
Bernice was preceded in death by her husband, Hans; her sister and brother-in-law, Anne and Bernard Berger; and, her grandson, Noah Westmoreland. Arrangements are by Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care of Atlanta no relationship to family , An online guest book can be signed at dresslerjewishfunerals.
Morton was the son of the late Sam and Esther Grosswald. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather and took great pride in his family. He was an avid sports fan who loved to watch the Braves and even more loved to watch his grandchildren play sports and dance.
His kind smile and friendly nature will be missed by so many. He is survived by his wife Sara, sons: Sign the online guestbook at dresslerjewishfunerals. Arlene is preceded in death by her husband, Arthur Siegel. A private funeral took place on Friday, May 25, at 1: Friday accepting guests from 2: Best described as loving and dedicated to his family, David was intelligent, independent, a true leader professionally and in the community, logical, organized, generous and righteous.
Throughout his entire life, he beat the odds, fighting to survive and to thrive, yet always playing by the rules. David was born in Breslau, Germany, living through and witnessing firsthand the horrors including Krystallnacht the Nazis inflicted upon the Jewish population. He was able to escape the Nazi regime during deportation to a work camp, and soon managed to find his way to Baltimore, thanks to a Jewish Relief Agency that sponsored displaced children.
While a student at Johns Hopkins Univ. After the war, David went to Chicago to study electrical engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology. It was there that he met the love of his life, Zena Zeman, who he soon married and with whom he started and raised his family. In addition to television innovation, his research team also led to the growth of commercial air travel by converting radar signals from planes to video screens and tracked by controllers, and developed a lightweight rocket fuel that enabled space travel to reach faraway distances never reached before.
In addition to professional acclaim, he became extremely active in the Upstate NY Finger Lakes region. He would not just join an organization, club, or other group without becoming its leader, as his organizational and leadership skills were recognized and desired by many. Upon retirement, David and Zena moved to Atlanta to be near family, most notably his two grandsons. But not being content with retirement, David soon became extremely involved as a leader in numerous organizations, serving: Without any doubt, however, his crowning achievements were as a role model for: David and Zena Zee Benda were married for 56 years and were an example of true love and partnership, until she predeceased him in Benda of Atlanta, as well as by niece Mara Zeman and several cousins.
A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Mr. Moss relocated to Atlanta in He enjoyed a lengthy and successful career as an independent sales and marketing agent and consultant. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of your choice. Funeral was held Lynne was a very proud mom and grandma. She loved giving back to others and doing charity.
Most recently, she had participated in several mission trips to Israel through the Sar-El program. Her zest for life was infectious and she will be missed by so many. Funeral will be held Monday, May 14, at Sandy was the daughter of the late Bennie Warshaw and the late Yetta Warshaw, and was born and raised in Savannah.
She spent her freshman year of college at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida before returning home to help her parents run the family business. After her marriage to Irvin M. Route 1, then the major north-south highway serving the east coast. She later served as the executive director Savannah Commons, a retirement home. She was also a longtime lecturer for Weight Watchers, Inc. During youth conventions, she could be found in the synagogue kitchen, cooking for hundreds of kids.
After the death of her husband, she moved to St. She was active in Chabad of St. After retirement, she moved to Atlanta to be closer to her family.
She enjoyed movies, the opera, reading, and shopping on QVC. Elkins; and her sister, Ruth Warshaw Stein. Burial will take place at Bonaventure Cemetery on Monday, May 14 at She was born in Memphis on August 29, and lived there for 89 years. Rosa Lee was well known as a social organizer and was active on the membership, greeting and entertainment committees at Beth Shalom Synagogue of Memphis.
She thrived on the busy social schedule at the Hammond Glen. She loved her family and friends. Her joy of living was an inspiration to all who knew her. She is survived by children: In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by her son Russell Abraham.
He played football, baseball, and basketball at Forest Hills High School. When he returned home from serving his country, he studied at the University of Vermont. Also, while in college, he had the honor of trying out for the Detroit Tigers as a pitcher.
He earned a spot on their minor league team and fulfilled a childhood dream. After his baseball career ended, in Stuart moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where he began his year sales and managerial career in the garment hanger industry.
That same year, he met and married Bonnie Nager. Stuart was an avid baseball and golf fan and player, hobbies he passed down to his son Jeffrey and grandsons Noah and Bryce.
As well, music served as the soundtrack to his life, and whether at home or in the car, he always played Elvis, Buddy Holly, Rod Stewart, Leonard Cohen, and other legends. He passed on this appreciation of music and lyrics to his daughter, Jennifer. Stuart was also known for his impeccable style and was always dressed to the nines in his favorite designer, Ralph Lauren.
The great joys of his life were his children and his grandchildren. A funeral will be held 4: Arrangements made by Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care She graduated from The University of Texas in with a B.
She married and relocated to Atlanta in and worked at Northside Hospital Hospital as Employee Health Supervisor for 27 years and retired in She was beloved by her patients and staff, and considered them family. In she was diagnosed with a rare neurological disease,Transverse Myelitis with unknown origin or cure.
After rehab at The Shepherd Center she was able to return to work and see her boys-the light of her life-at school activities, sports and attending their college graduation was at the top of the list. Watching them grow up to be the fine young men was such a joy for her, and helped make the pain go away just a little. Debbie was the sweetest, most unselfish and loving human being on the planet and rarely had a harsh word for anyone, never wanted to burden anyone with her medical issues and pain.
She lived her life with courage, dignity, compassion and love. Now she is pain free, with the angels and always in our hearts. Survivors include her loving husband, Jerry Glazer; sons: In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to The Transverse Myelitis Association https: He was born June 16, , to Bessie and Herman Jacobson, both of blessed memory.
After graduating he served in the Army Reserve and was stationed in Columbia, S. After the Army he returned home to his family business, Sterling Jewelry Company. His love of corvettes led him to become a member of Corvette Atlanta, where he served as President.
Both of these endeavors resulted in friendships that have lasted a lifetime. Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Arlene Kaye Jacobson; daughters: He was predeceased by his brother Burton. The family gives loving thanks to his caretaker, Mike Neal.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to The Shepherd Spinal Center. She was born in Bronx, New York. She is survived by her daughters: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Jewish Tower, Jewish Home or a charity of your choice. A graveside service will be held at Crestlawn Memorial Park on May 6 at Born in in Montezuma, Georgia and raised in Eden, North Carolina, she was the fourth of six children and relished the role of the elder sister.
She was a talented pianist, and she and her brother Lee enjoyed performing at local religious and civic events. Edith and Paul married in , raised their two daughters, and lived in the Detroit area until when Paul retired and they moved to Palm Beach, Florida.
They had many wonderful years in Florida, which became a cherished place for their children and grandchildren to visit. In , Edith and Paul moved to Atlanta to be near family. She will be remembered by all who knew her for her optimism and sense of hope.
She was an avid bridge player, had a wonderful sense of style and color, and sought peace and serenity in her physical surroundings as well as in her relationships. She managed all her life with grace and equanimity. The family will have a private graveside service in Greensboro, North Carolina at the Hebrew Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please do an act of kindness for someone. The world has lost a truly unique, larger than life, husband, father, brother, friend, and physician. He was a truly remarkable man of many talents.
He went on to the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta where he studied radiology and again graduated with honors. He returned home to set up his own private practice in Athens, Ga where he worked at St. Mary's Hospital until he retired. Outside of medicine, he loved playing tennis, building his own Mercedes Benz, fishing and watching his Georgia Bulldogs.
Anyone who knew Larry knows he also loved to collect things like bolo ties, caps, belt buckles, watches and cowboy boots just to name a few.
He never stopped learning and stayed up-to-date on the stock market and the latest technology. He had quite the sense of humor and he was a brilliant man who never lost his zest for learning. A graveside service will be held Shiva will be held at the home of Mark and Sara Cohen.
Arrangements made by Dresslers Jewish Funeral Care Fields, 81, will be held at 2: The family will receive friends following the service in the reception hall.
Burial will be Sunday, April 29, at 9: Fields passed away Thursday, April 26, Born in Bellefontaine, Ohio, he was a son of the late Edward S. Fields and Belle Serbin Fields. Fredric was a graduate of West Virginia University and he was a self-employed real estate developer.
He enjoyed being a competitive toastmaster and authored two books on golfing. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his sister, Patricia Ann Schwab.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to a Alzheimer Association or the American Cancer Society. A funeral service will be held 2: Guests welcome Monday and Tuesday throughout the day. After Martin finished his medical training and their three children were born, Linda and Martin settled in Phoenix in That year, they joined Temple Beth Israel, where they are still members. Her interest in politics and education lead her to an unsuccessful run for the State Assembly, that she parlayed into a successful run for the Maricopa County Community College Governing Board.
She served on the Board for 27 years, the longest serving member to date. And she, in turn was beloved by Board members, college presidents, faculty and students. Linda was a lover of music, Native American jewelry, chocolate, traveling, her friends and family. She was also known for her love of a very small!
Donations in her memory may be made to Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation, https: Arrangements by Sinai Mortuary. She was born on April 27, in New York, where she lived most of her life. She loved her friends and family, as well as her pets, and will be remembered for her eclectic lifestyle and outsized personality.
She carried this through despite her almost 3 year struggle with ALS. On Thursday and Sunday evening, at the Saloff residence- visitation from 6 to 9 pm with services at 8pm. He specialized in working with the Chevra Kadisha Jewish society which ritually prepare bodies for burial. He trained Jewish communities to establish their own Chevra Kadishas, hosted a weekly radio show about grief and healing, and counseled hundreds of people experiencing loss, allowing them to lay their grief gently down and find peace.
Known for his kindness, quick wit, and boisterous sense of humor, Rabbi Mel always encouraged people to find hope for a better future. Funeral and burial will take place at 2: On Thursday and Sunday evening, at the Saloff residence, Brooke Ridge Drive, Dunwoody, - visitation from 6 to 9 pm with services at 8pm.
He is survived by his wife of 72 years, Ruth Alhadeff. Abe was one of six children of Solomon and Estrea Alhadeff. He was the blessed father of four sons: He was a member of Or Veshalom synagogue. He retired from the Internal Revenue Service after a long and distinguished career. Abe loved golf, his Jewish tradition, and his family.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Weinstein Hospice. A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, April 24, at Across the Hudson River, she could see New York City from her bedroom window and never lost her love for that town.
She was a gifted and published poet and writer and used those skills to create a career in public relations,first in the airline industry as an executive and later creating the public relations department for what was at the time the largest hotel company in the world with brands such as Ramada Inns, Howard Johnson's, Days Inns, Super Eight and Wingate. She won numerous awards and was admired by her competitors.
She then became one of the first women to sit on the operating board of a major corporation but her greatest joy came from raising her daughter and son to appreciate life. Later, she devoted all her energy to her four grandsons. The family wishes to grieve privately and ask only that those who knew her well say prayers for her. The world has lost an incredible husband, father, son, brother, friend, physician, and musician. He was a caring, compassionate, gentle soul and was the ultimate family man.
Bob was born in Brooklyn in and attended Downstate Medical School. He moved to Atlanta in as the first Pediatric Endocrinologist in the state of Georgia to establish the Diabetes program at Scottish Rite. Outside of medicine, he had an extreme passion for theater, and directed, produced, and acted in countless community theater productions over the years.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Weinstein Hospice and Camp Kudzu. Survivors include his wife, Sheila Caplan; daughter and son-in-law, Dr. Jill and Paul Flanagan; grandchildren: Daniel and Finn Flanagan. Funeral service will be held Sunday, April 22, at 2: Interment will be at a later date at Georgia National Cemetery. He was a lifetime member of Congregation Shearith Israel where he served as president of the Congregation for three years.
Kenneth spent his life working in the restaurant equipment industry and was the owner and operator of Murry Fixture Company until Graveside service will be held at Crest Lawn Memorial Park at a time to be determined.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Weinstein Hospice, Congregation Shearith Israel, or the charity of your choice. Sign online guest book at http: Adele loved to travel with her husband. Cruises were her favorite way to see a new country, learn about its culture, and meet people. As she traveled the world, her favorite cruises always coincided with a beach excursion. She never left a country without making new friends who later became travel companions on her adventures.
She had a profound love for family and friends. She attended Shabbat services nearly every Saturday, until she fell ill. A loving wife, attentive mother, and a doting grandmother, Adele was known to family and friends alike for her candor, chocolate chip pound cake, love of needlepoint, musicals, reading, and a good cup of coffee. All these attributes and others she extolled will be missed.
She attended religious school at Temple Beth El in Birmingham where she was confirmed. She briefly attended the University of Alabama before moving to Atlanta, Georgia where she met her husband Alan Burnham.
She later parlayed her gift of gab and previous experience into a notable real estate career. Adele is survived by her beloved husband of 51 years, Alan Burnham; brother, Howard Sarasohn; children: Jeremy Burnham and Daughter-in-Law, Dr. Adele will never be forgotten as long as there are beaches to visit, songs to be sung, books to read and cups of coffee to enjoy. A graveside service will be held Friday, April 13, at Dick spent most of his childhood in South Orange, NJ.
He studied at University of Michigan and Columbia University and began pursuing technical theatre work in addition to acting in New York City. He met Marjorie Hirschberg in an acting class in Greenwich Village and they were married in In , they celebrated the birth of their first child, Ethan.
In , they moved to Atlanta, GA, where Dick had been hired to work at the newly established CNN, and where he would continue to work for the next 32 years. Dick and Marjorie bought a house and had their second child, Elizabeth, in The family spent many happy days together until when Marjorie passed away from ALS. The first was in for his part in Turner Broadcasting System Inc. In addition to being very passionate about his work, Dick was an avid movie lover and delighted in blaring classic rock from his car speakers.
He loved to tell jokes and anecdotes and had a wonderful sense of humor. He was an incredibly kind soul, extremely generous and helpful to everyone he knew and mentored many people over the years. He is survived by his two children and two brothers.
He will be greatly missed by colleagues, friends and family. A memorial service will be held Goodman, devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother, died April 12, Born and raised in Norfolk, Virginia she lived in Atlanta for over 60 years. She was a member of The Temple and active in the Sisterhood for many years. Later in life, she joined Temple Sinai. She spent her life devoted to caring for her family and was a loyal friend.
She enjoyed traveling, especially to beach locations, and was an avid Mah Jong player. She is predeceased by her husband, William S. The family would like to express their appreciation and gratitude to the nurses and staff of Weinstein Hospice and all of the caregivers for their kindness and devotion including Nekeisha Miles, Musu Sesay, Lasonji Turner, Katie Young, Maureen Ruffin, Eloise Levine, Simone Glover and many others.
Graveside service will be held at Arlington Cemetery on Friday, April 13, at 9 am. Benator, 87, died April 8, She graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School. She was married to the late Ralph V. Benator for 50 years. She worked as a bookkeeper, then focused on caring for her children, and then worked with her husband at his CPA firm prior to his passing. She deeply loved her family and enjoyed classic movies, dancing, and music.
She will be greatly missed by the many whose lives she touched. Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Bruce and Deb Benator, Atlanta; daughters: Erin Michael Lavin and Sydney Benator, and numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, April 11, at Wednesday following the service until 1: Ann Marilyn Rudisch passed away peacefully on April 9, , at the age of She is survived by her two sons Douglas and Bruce, daughter-in-law Adina, and two loving grandchildren.
Rudisch was predeceased by her dedicated husband of 50 years, Frederick, who passed away in the summer of She is also survived by her brother Alan, her two first cousins Muriel and Barbara, and her brother-in-law and sister-in-law David and Mary. Rudisch was born in in Yonkers New York, the first born child of Dr. Dean Lederfeind of New York and Mrs. Mirrie Yoffee of Edinburgh, Scotland. Rudisch grew up in a loving home, though she suffered the unfortunate loss of her father at the age of Rudisch and her husband, Dr.
Frederick Rudisch, were married in New York in They settled in North Miami, Florida, where they lived and raised their family. Ann and Frederick moved to Atlanta in to be closer to their grandchildren. Rudisch was a dedicated public school educator in the Miami area for many years, focusing her work on helping children with learning disorders. Rudisch was known for her kindness and her patience, both with her students, and also with her husband Frederick and her sons Douglas and Bruce, which was much needed.
She was a loving mother and wonderful person and will be dearly missed. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Geriatric Mental Health Foundation. Graveside service will be held 9: As a child, she moved to Atlanta.
Their marriage lasted 32 years till he passed away in For Barbara, her family was most important. She dedicated her life to Seymour, Maury, children and grandchildren. Fond memories will always remain of her having the entire family in Lake Charles for Thanksgiving and then around her table in Atlanta.
Besides her family, she had a wide community of friends. This large group travelled the world and spent many holidays together. Her dedication to them is a model for all to admire and emulate. Barbara always had a strong commitment to the Atlanta and Jewish community, being involved in the Auxiliary of St. She is predeceased by her parents: Miriam and Jack Berman, Dr. Seymour Weinberg and Maury Riff. She is survived by her children: The family would like to express their deep appreciation to those who provided loving care to Barbara: Services will be held at The Temple on Tuesday, April 10, at Sign online guest at www.
She was married to Maurice Antebi in in Cairo. With 4 children ages 3 to 11 in tow, they left Cairo on a refugee ship and sailed to Paris, France. After 3 years of waiting, visas to the United States allowed the family to relocate and settle in Atlanta, Georgia.
She was the family matriarch, an example to be followed and revered. She was a chef, a world traveler, and a great friend. Most importantly, she was a beloved and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was predeceased by her husband Morris in She is also survived her siblings: She was a Great Grandmother to 15 Great Grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held Monday, April 9, at Sunday through Thursday with a minyan at 7: Guests will be received each day from 3: Olga was born in Vienna, Austria, the youngest of eight children , 6 sisters and one brother.
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