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Yahrzeits


We think of our loved ones whom death has...taken
from us... May their memories be for a blessing.
—Mishkan T'filah, A Reform Siddur

A Yahrzeit is the anniversary of a loved one's passing. In Judaism it is customary to light a candle or make a donation on that day. We all pray together as we remember your loved one.

WE RECALL THE LOVED ONES WHOM DEATH HAS TAKEN FROM US

This week (September 12 - September 18) we remember:

Gertrude S. Adler
Gertrude C. Alpert
Hyman S. Baker
Dorothy Barax
Benjamin A. Belis
Arthur Berk
Herman Isaac Berman
Benjamin D. Brooks
Max J. Bulian
Joseph L. Champagne
Moses Charak
Hannah R. Cobe
Ann Olans Crossman
Theresa Daniels
Albert J. Feldman
Rachel Freidson
Harry Gilder
Edward Ezra Goldin
Joseph Goldinger
Boris Gorokhovsky
Arthur Greenbaum
Mikhail B. Grosso
Sofi Held
Lillian Schor Helfgott
Martha Hirshberg

Henry Hollander
Louis Hollander
Rose C. Horblit
Bessie Hurwitz
H. Nicholas Kamp
Esidor J. Klous
Hilda Krinsky
Rabbi Raphael Lasker
Barry Lass
Louis I. Lehner
Henry Lewis
Eva Loeb
Arlene Lovenvirth
Adeline Brightman Maisner
Hy George Mallen
Mildred Mamuchin
Katie B. Masters
Rose Matfess
Aaron M. Mayburg
Fred Moghtader
Anna Z. Radlo
Oscar Reinstein
Fannie Revzin
Bernard Ross
Maurice Ross

Jacob Rotner
Evelyn C. Sage
Barnett Samuels
Augusta Sanger
Ronald Scofield
Leonard P. Scolnick
Sadie S. Segal
Sarah Shlanger
Lucy Shraiber
Charles Slosberg
Esther Small
Myrtle Sara Spector
Alex Spivak
Sarah P. Stanetsky
Authur Sternburg
Tania Sumberg
Martin Trust
Harold Ullian
Isaac Walper
Minnie Weber
Jennie White
Harris Wingersky
Isaac Wolper
Nathan Yassen

Mourner's Kaddish

Thu, September 16 2021 10 Tishrei 5782