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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 (December 4 - December 10) we remember:

Victor Alpert
Richard Altman
Fred Andelman
Evelyn Angoff
Renee Levine August
Betty Bello
Augusta Benson
Dr. Joseph L. Berkeley
Abraham Berman
Gertrude L. Black
Arnold H. Bloch
Rose Wexler Caplan
Pauline Cohen
Katie Comenitz
Sadie L. Dangel
Edward Daniels
Mark Brent Dolinsky
David L. Dorfman
Lena Drucker
Bertha Dublin
Harry Geller
Mamie Gershon
Louis I. Glasker
Sayde Glogovsky
Sidney B. Goldstein
Goldie D. Green

Isaac Green
Amelia Greenbaum
Roslyn Grossman
Frances Grossman
David Halperin
Florence Hootstein
Helen Morse Hyman
Cyrus L. Jacobs
Ruth Joffe
Eleanor Katz
Charles H. Kohnfelder
Pearl Korsun
Irving Krichman
Samuel Leibowitz
Benjamin Lemchen
Rachel Levi
Israel Levin
Carole Y. Marcus
Fanny Marzynski
Mark Mason
Sylvia Match
Alma Grossman Mendelsohn
Myra Merrill
Florence Muskat
Esther Myerberg
Ruth Namiot

Mildred Ullian Nollman
Mitchell E. Nussman
Anita Oberman
Miriam Oshry
Jay Hersh Ostrower
Mary Joel Phillips
Mary Pivnick
Libby Roginsky
Matilda Rosenfield
Hilde (Sussman) Rotenberg
Bertha Rachel Scheinfeldt
Rhoda Shur
Sadie R. Shutzer
Herbert David Sidman
Fannie L. Snider
Juliette A. Sobell
Rubin Sorkin
Rose Spinoza
Harry Stein
Samuel Tartakoff
Sheila Townsend
Nat Weiner
Florence Weiner
Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi
Louis Zwick

Mourner's Kaddish

Thu, December 8 2022 14 Kislev 5783