September 2020 Newsletter



8 North Earlton Road, Ext

Havre de Grace, MD 21078

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September 2020 Calendar of Events

President’s Message - Mike Gordon

September Zoom Information and Links - Temple Adas Shalom

Religious Practices Message - Melissa Immel & Mark Wolkow

How You Can Be Part of Temple’s High Holidays

High Holiday Schedule


Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur


Sisterhood News - Pat Wolkow

Tree of Life Order Form

Adult Education Message - Stephen Marksamer

JCC Introduction to Judaism Virtual Class - September 2 - December 16

Fundraising News - Terry Weiner & Randi Chancey

Gift Shop News

Sisterhood Kehillah MAGNET Parent Breakfast - September 13 th

Mazel Tov - Rachel Klein & Alexander Kahn

Kehillah MAGNET Message - Joel Yoffee

Reece Morris Bar Mitzvah - September 5 th

Mouring Together: A Virtul Community Gathering - September 10 th

Special Thanks to Our Monthly Donors

Mi Sheberakh List - We Pray For Healing

Recently Passed

September 2019 Yahrzeits Observed


Temple Adas Shalom’s September 2020 Calendar of Events

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

1 12 th of Elul 5780 2 13 th of Elul 5780

6 17 th of Elul 5780 7 18 th of Elul 5780

Labor Day

Office Closed

8 19 th of Elul 5780

7:00 pm

RPC Meeting via Zoom

9 20 th of Elul 5780

13 24 th of Elul 5780

14 25 th of Elul 5780 15 26 th of Elul 5780 16 27 th of Elul 5780

8:30-9:00 am - Parent

Breakfast - Sisterhood sponsored

9:00 am - First Day of

Kehillah MAGNET

20 2 nd of Tishri 5781

Rosh Hashanah

Kehillah MAGNET Closed

21 3 rd of Tishri 5781 22 4 th of Tishri 5781 23 5 th of Tishri 5781

10:00-11:30 am - Rosh

Hashanah Day 2 Interactive


Rabbi John Franken

27 9 th of Tishri 5781

Erev Yom Kippur

9:00 am - Kehillah MAGNET

6:34 pm - Kol Nidre Candle


7:30-9:15 pm - Kol Nidre

Live! Streaming Service

Rabbi John Franken, Sig Gast,

and TAS Choir

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28 10 th of Tishri 5781

Yom Kippur

Office Closed

10:00 am-12:00 pm - Yom

Kippur Live! Streaming Service

Rabbi John Franken, Sig Gast,

Mike Mullis, and Karen Wood

1:00-1:30 pm - Children’s

Zoom Yom Kippur Program

2:00-3:00 pm - "A Physician's

Account of the Yom Kippur War"

with Dr. Itzhak Brook

3:15-4:15 pm - Fast 'n Learn:

“Who shall live and who shall die?

Coronavirus and Yom Kippur”

4:30-6:30 pm - Mincha,

Yizkor/Healing, & Neilah Live!

Streaming Services followed by

Break the Fast at Home

Rabbi John Franken, Mike Mullis

29 11 th of Tishri 5781 30 12 th of Tishri 5781

Temple Adas Shalom’s September 2020 Calendar of Events

Thursday Friday Saturday

3 14 th of Elul 5780 4 15 th of Elul 5780 5 16 th of Elul 5780

7:00 pm - Board Meeting via Zoom

7:12 pm - Candle Lighting

7:00 pm - Shabbat Live! Streaming Service

Reece Morris and Rabbi John Franken

Parashat Ki Tavo

10:00-11:30 am - Reece Morris Bar

Mitzvah and Shabbat Torah Live! Service

Reece Morris and Rabbi John Franken

10 21 st of Elul 5780 11 22 nd of Elul 5780

7:01 pm - Candle Lighting

7:00 pm - Shabbat Live! Streaming Service

Rabbi John Franken and the TAS Choir


17 28 th of Elul 5780 18 29 th of Elul 5780

Erev Rosh Hashanah

6:49 pm - Candle Lighting

6:00-6:15 pm - Rosh Hashanah


7:30-9:00 pm - Erev Rosh Hashanah Live!

Streaming Service

Rabbi John Franken, Sig Gast, and the TAS


24 6 th of Tishri 5781 25 7 th of Tishri 5781

6:38 pm - Candle Lighting

7:00 pm - Shabbat Torah Live! Streaming


Brad & Ann Cogan, Mike Mullis

12 23 rd of Elul 5780


Parashat Nitzavim-Vayelech

9:30-10:15 am - Mindfulness & Meditation

Rabbi John Franken

6:15 pm - Selichot Live! Learn to Sound the

Shofar with Rabbi Gila, Karen Wood, Melissa

Immel, Linda Needel, and Rabbi John Franken

19 1 st of Tishri 5781

Rosh Hashanah

10:00 am-12:00 pm - Rosh Hashanah

Live! Streaming Family Service

Rabbi John Franken, Sig Gast and the TAS


1:00-1:30 pm - Children’s Zoom Rosh

Hashanah Program

4:00 pm - Tashlich/Shofar Sounding/Social

Distanced Schmooze at Harford Glen

26 8 th of Tishri 5781

Parashat Ha’Azinu

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President’s Message

Michael Gordon

As I mentioned in the August newsletter, we focus on reimagining what

Temple Adas Shalom will look and feel like in the post-Coronavirus

world. This past month our reinvigorated membership committee got off

the ground with the recognition that the goal of membership is to engage

all segments of our congregation and provide offerings of interest to

future members of our congregation.

Our Vice President of Membership is, therefore, in effect serving as the

Vice President of Engagement.

We are also working on understanding and translating the meaning of

audacious hospitality for all segments of our temple community and our

guests. We are talking about why Temple Adas Shalom exists, why we

are members, and what we most value about our participation in this

Jewish community. As we approach the new year, I urge each of you to

ask yourself the “why” question and share your answers with me.


Michael Gordon

Board President

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September Zoom Information and Links

Temple Adas Shalom

The following is a list of services that we have planned for live streaming

with the appropriate links.


Friday, September 4 th , September 11 th , and September 25 th

Live Streaming starts at 7:00 pm * Meeting ID: 951 5780 9086

One tap mobile: +13017158592,,95157809086# US (Germantown)

Dial by your location: +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)


Saturday, September 5 th

Live Streaming starts at 10:00 AM on Saturday * Meeting ID: 969 7062 0286

Passcode: Reece2020

One tap mobile: +13017158592,,96970620286# US (Germantown)

Dial by your location: +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)


Saturday, September 12 th

Live Streaming starts at 9:30 am * Meeting ID: 948 2132 3037

One tap mobile: +13017158592,, 94821323037# US (Germantown)

Dial by your location: +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)


See High Holiday Schedule for dates and times * Meeting ID: 951 5780 9086

One tap mobile: +13017158592,,95157809086# US (Germantown)

Dial by your location: +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)

Links for September can also be found on the home page of our website


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Religious Practices Message

Melissa Immel & Mark Wolkow

What will the High Holidays look like this year?

It’s a great question. Some things will be very familiar; some will be brand new. The pandemic has

forced us to think (and re-think) just how we offer a High Holiday program that meets our

community’s spiritual, religious, and personal needs. With that in mind, here are some of the

things you can expect for this year’s High Holiday season:

What will be familiar:

You will be able to see and greet your fellow congregants.

Our High Holiday Machzor (prayerbook) will continue to be Mishkan HaNefesh (albeit online).

You’ll see Mike Mullis, Karen Wood, and the choir singing familiar tunes, including Avinu Malkeinu, L’dor

Vador, and others.

You’ll see Sig Gast chanting familiar melodies and reading from the Torah scroll.

Our Selichot program will occur on the Saturday before Rosh Hashanah – this year, learn to blow the


Paul Ruskin will once again lead a “Fast ‘n Learn” session on Yom Kippur afternoon. The topic this year

will be, “Who shall live and who shall die? Coronavirus and Yom Kippur”.

You’ll see Karen Wood and Jacob Mullis sounding the shofar.

We will seek out individuals who would like honors and those who would like to volunteer during the

services and assign as many of those in advance. Keep an eye out for that survey.

What will be different:

This year will be Rabbi Franken’s first time leading our congregation throughout the High Holidays.

With the exception of Tashlich, our holidays will be celebrated virtually using Zoom video-conferencing

technology. The service will be live and will include some pre-recorded material.

Meeting up with your friends will occur in Zoom breakout rooms and chat functions rather than in Temple

hallways and restrooms.

Our congregational Rosh Hashanah seder will be virtual and celebrated on the evening before the first day

of Rosh Hashanah rather than the second.

The second day of Rosh Hashanah will feature a casual, interactive experience with a discussion of the

binding of Isaac using contemporary literature, and some of our favorite familiar melodies.

We will provide Congregants suggestions on transforming areas of their homes into sacred spaces conducive

to prayer and self-reflection.

Congregants will have an opportunity to create and share brief videos. Just use your cell phone, keep it to 25

seconds or less, and then send the file to We will be consolidating these

greetings/stories to playback to the congregation during the holidays. Please send us a video…

If you would like to provide a brief holiday greeting to the congregation.

If you have a Jewish artifact that is special to your family, tell us what makes it special.

If you have a fun story or anecdote of a Jewish holiday that your family celebrated in the past.

It will be far easier for family members, relatives, and others to participate in High Holiday services via

Zoom, even if they are located at great distances. Spread the word!

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We will be recording the services, so if you aren’t able to participate live or nodded off during (or

really enjoyed!) one of the sermons, or you were interrupted unexpectedly, you will have the

opportunity to watch the “replay” at your leisure.


Melissa Immel and Mark Wolkow

RPC Co-Chairs

How you can be a part of our Temple’s High Holidays

Learn to Sound the Shofar!

Selichot will be a fun and interactive lesson on the Shofar. Please join Melissa, Linda, Karen, and

Rabbi Emeritus Gila as we have fun teaching, learning, and practicing how to 'Sound the Shofar'!

If you would like to purchase a shofar before Selichot, the Sisterhood Gift Shop has several in

stock or can order. Contact Denise Gordon. We also have several shofars that can be lent from

the Temple.

Create a video of 25 seconds or less:

Of you/your family introducing yourselves to the congregation and wishing everyone a sweet new

year, an easy fast, etc.

About Jewish artifacts that you are displaying (or even if they are not displayed), that tell the

story of their origin / meaning to your family, etc.

About your family’s traditions around around the High Holidays, or relate a fun or interesting

story about a particular event that coincided with the Holidays.

These videos will be shown at various times throughout the holidays as a way to personalize our

services as well as get to know people with whom you may not have had interactions. Please

forward all videos to

Consider the following suggestions to help make our homes feel like a sacred place:

Move your computer from where you usually sit for other Zoom sessions (work; pleasure;

Shabbat services) to a new place in your home.

Dress up as you would if you were going to High Holiday services at shul.

Wear a tallit during Services when there will be a Torah reading (RH Day 1; Yom Kippur)

Place flowers on your desk/table and make them visible to the camera?

Make or find something for a backdrop to create a transition similar to how it would feel walking

into the sanctuary.

Place Jewish artifacts nearby, or ideally in the field of vision of your camera.

Take part in our services:

Complete the High Holiday survey, which has opportunities to volunteer for aliyot; English

readings; assisting with welcoming guests; etc.the Holidays.

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5781 High Holiday Schedule

Selichot Schedule


September 12 th 7:30 PM SELICHOT Virtual Program & Service

Rosh Hashanah Schedule

Friday 6:00-6:15

September 18 th 7:30-9:00 PM EREV ROSH HASHANAH Virtual Service


September 19 th 10:00-12:00 PM ROSH HASHANAH DAY 1

Virtual Family Service & Shofar for All

1:00-1:30 PM Childrens Zoom Rosh Hashanah Program

4:00 PM Tashlich, Shofar Sounding,

Social Distanced Schmooze

(All Congregation location toTBD)


September 20 th 10:00-11:30 AM ROSH HASHANAH DAY II

Virtual Interactive Experience

with Rabbi John Franken

Yom Kippur Schedule


September 27 th 7:30-9:15 PM KOL NIDRE Virtual Service

Monday 10:00-12:00 PM YOM KIPPUR Virtual Service

September 28 th 1:00-1:30 PM Childrens Zoom Yom Kippur Program

2:00-3:00 PM "A Physician's Account of the Yom Kippur War"

with Dr. Itzhak Brook

3:15-4:15 PM Fast & Learn with Dr. Paul

“Who shall live and who shall die? Coronavirus and Yom


4:30-6:30 PM Mincha, Yizkor/Healing, & Neilah Virtual


6:30 PM Break The Fast AT HOME

Sukkot & Simchat Torah Schedule


October 2 nd 6:15 PM Virtual Family Shabbat & SUKKOT Service


October 11 th 11:00-12:00 PM SIMCHAT TORAH Virtual Celebration

Meeting ID: 992 8029 1211

Passcode: HH2020@TAS

One tap mobile: +13017158592,,99280291211# US (Germantown)

Dial by your location: +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)

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Sisterhood News

Pat Wolkow

Thanks for your Survey Responses, keep them coming!

Sisterhood is offering Scholarships to our Youth for Camperships and NFTY programs.

Learn more information on the first day of Kehillah, Sunday, September 13th, at 8:30 am.

Join us via Zoom! Watch for invite link via e-mail. Also: The open Sisterhood

Membership Event is early October. Again more info via e-mail and FB!

DONATIONS: Your TAS Sisterhood donated funds for three security projects at our

synagogue location this spring and the Temple Technology budget for 2020-21. These

funds came from our Purim Project that YOU, our Congregation, supported the past

two years. Thank you!

Who Is: Barbara Litofsky?

Barbara is currently Co-Vice President of Sisterhood with Marcia Buchness. About 16

years ago, Barbara, her late husband, and late parents and her daughter, Natalie, son &

daughter-in-law, Lee & Kelly Litofsky became members of Temple Adas Shalom. The

addition of granddaughters Sarah & Heather took place after their births.

Barbara has been a member of Sisterhood and served as Corresponding Secretary. She

also taught 6th Grade Religious School 2 years ago.

Barbara loves the socialization the Sisterhood brings. Her favorite Sisterhood Event is

the Hanukkah Festival. She loved watching her granddaughters enjoying themselves.

From our TAS Sisterhood, L’shana Tovah u’metukah - “for a good and sweet year.”

My New Year – by Janet Ruth Falon

January 1st doesn’t feel like my new year

even though it’s time for fresh calendars,

and melancholy after-Christmas sales,

and bracing for icy winter, and wishing for spring,

and starting from zero in Blue Cross deductibles,

and whittling-down diets after holiday fressing.

Rosh Hashanah feels like my new year

when even in the fickle weather of late summer

we start to anticipate leaves wearing party dresses,

and kids, bored with freedom, going back to school,

and tans fading,

and we all shift inward,

towards the refuge of home,

towards the comfort of heart,

towards the warmth of forgiving each other.

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Adult Education Message

Stephen Marksamer

September is now, with the High Holidays approaching quickly. Our

Adult Ed committee is moving ahead, defining what we will be

presenting for the New Year. In August, our Virtual Tour of Israel, in

collaboration with the JNF, was a big success. Four evenings online with

our tour guide Mordechai was both educational and entertaining.

Highlights included learning more about the western wall, and its

underground secrets, stories about Masada, the great things JNF is

sponsoring in Israel, and really, I can’t do justice to all of the highlights of

the trip. We are working to make the videos of the travels available to

our membership, coming soon. Oh, what a great benefit!

August also was a time for our initial survey. What do congregational

members want out of Adult Education? Trips? Retreats? History? Jewish

Ethics? There were 28 different subjects, class types, or activities

explicitly identified in the survey, with respondents identifying least to

most favorite. We also provided a write-in area. With 38 respondents,

we got a good start on understanding what the interests are. But that

doesn’t mean you missed your opportunity to communicate. Keep those

thoughts, comments, requests coming. You will see class options from

our own Rabbi & congregation members and other organizations (like

JNF, URJ, etc.) on our website soon. Remember to check out our

Calendar (available on our Adas Shalom website) for times and days.

Rabbi Franken is “Talking Torah” and conducting “Mindfulness &

Meditation” on Saturday mornings (check the Calendar) already.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with your Adult Ed committee


We are looking forward to hearing from you. Stay healthy and stay safe!


Stephen Marksamer

Chairperson – Temple Adas Shalom Adult Education

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Fundraising Co-Chair News

Terry Weiner & Randi Chancey

So here we are, another month into this pandemic and life goes on. As

stated in last month’s newsletter, Temple Adas Shalom will be hosting a

virtual “Chinese Auction” on Sunday, November 1st, 2020. Over one

hundred and fifty emails/letters were sent out, and to date, we have only

received five donations.

To make this a success, I hope that those of you who can offer to follow

up with phone calls, please call me and I can forward some of the

previously contacted companies. Also, if you know of someone who

would like to donate to this worthy cause, either reach out to them or

contact me at or (410)960-9642.

I will be donating to this auction with gift cards that I have not used. If

you can do the same, all the better. Details will be in next month’s

newsletter with how this is all going to work. I can tell you that each

ticket you buy is $1.00 and will have a number on it.

Once your purchase is made, you will get your numbers. A list of what

has been donated will be in the October Newsletter. The listing will be

updated as we receive the items. Since the auction will happen on a

Sunday, the cutoff date for purchasing tickets will be the Wednesday

before (October 28th, 2020).

At 5:00 p.m. on November 1st, we will draw the lucky winners for each

item. We will make arrangements to either deliver the item to the

winner or decide on a meeting place. As much as we would like to think

that the building will be open at that time, we cannot bank on that.

If you have any questions, please contact me. And if you have any ideas

for future fundraisers, please let me know.

Terry Weiner & Randy Chancey

Fundraising Co-Chairs

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Gift Shop News

Pat Wolkow & Denise Gordon

Photos of some items we have for High Holidays have been posted on the

(Private) - Temple FB page at

Give us a call or E-mail if you need anything.


Mazel Tov to Jayne Klein on the marriage of her daughter Rachel Klein to

Alexander Kahn on August 22, 2020. May they be blessed with

happiness and health.

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Kehillah MAGNET Message

Joel Yoffee

Hello, Temple Adas Shalom Community. We hope everyone is continuing to

stay safe at home!

Parents and students, please mark your calendars! The first day of virtual

classes for Kehillah MAGNET is Sunday, September 13, 2020. Starting at 9 a.m.,

we will feature a brief morning Kehillah with Rabbi Franken then break out

into interactive virtual learning by grade level. I look forward to seeing everyone


If not already completed. Just another friendly reminder to please complete the

Kehillah MAGNET 2020-2021 school year registration packet emailed to all

parents. There are still spots available for students in all grade levels! If you

need a registration packet, please contact our Principal, Jenn Bober


Fellow congregants, if you have a child or know of a family with children

interested in learning more about their Jewish heritage. Kehillah MAGNET

might be the learning environment for them. We would love the opportunity to

discuss our Jewish educational programs with all those interested. Please reach

out to Principal, Jenn Bober, at, for additional


Are you a parent of a child in the Kehillah MAGNET Religious school? Would

you like the opportunity to invest in your child’s Jewish education? The

Kehillah MAGNET Religious School Committee is still in need of several

parents to join and have a voice in planning student events and projects. Time

commitment is usually one meeting every three months. Your help is much

appreciated! For additional information, please contact the Religious School

Committee Chair, Joel Yoffee, at

As always, parents answering your questions and concerns about Temple Adas

Shalom’s Kehillah MAGNET Religious School Program is something essential

to us, and we would love the opportunity to talk directly with you. You always

have a voice!

Joel Yoffee

Kehillah MAGNET Chair

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Reece Austin Morris

Reece is a fun, goofy, smart, energetic kid.

He enjoys playing video games, getting

together with friends, swimming, hanging

with his family playing card games, and

showing off magic tricks. Since Reece was

born, he has always followed his own path in life. Reece was a stubborn,

determined, climbing monkey growing up. As he got older, he refocused his

climbing energy into creating amazing art projects throughout the house,

often turning the living room into an artistic obstacle course.

Reece excels at school, despite needing encouragement to complete his

work. Reece enjoys helping others, especially when he can help out with

pet sitting jobs and taking care of our dog, Annie.

Reece has grown not just physically, he's very proud of being taller than his

mother, but mentally as well, and has made great strides in many ways. We

are very proud of who he is and what he has accomplished in life. We

cannot wait to see how he continues to grow and mature into the man he

will become one day.

Recce would like to thank his Kehillah MAGNET religious school teachers

and staff for helping him learn Hebrew and about Judaism in preparation

for today and his life in the Jewish Community. Special thanks to Rabbi

Franken, Linda Needel, and Mike Mullis for their patience and dedication

to helping him prepare for this milestone.

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Join us for an online Memorial Service to acknowledge and honor the

memories of loved ones who recently died. We will come together to

comfort one another, in ways that have not been possible during these

unique times.

To participate via Zoom Video Conferencing: RSVP Here

or watch the livestream on the JCS Facebook page

Following the service, Rabbi Jessy Dressin, Baltimore Board of Rabbis and

Donna Kane MA CT, JCS Grief Clinician will discuss coping with loss

during the upcoming Jewish High Holidays.

Sponsored by Sol Levinson & Bros., Inc., Baltimore Jewish Council and Baltimore Board

of Rabbis

Live-captioning is available through Maryland Relay Service. Please follow

this link:

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July 2020 – Donors


Wendy & Patrick Drabinski

Jill & Brian Schorr

Andrew & Marianne Fridberg

Eric & Anne Seeley

Phillip & Barbara Gilden

Jonas & Paula Vogelhut

Arthur & Denise Gordon

Robin & Mark Way

Richard Hoffman

Mark & Pat Wolkow

Barbara & Natalie Litofsky

Selma Wolkow

Rayna & David Richardson

Elise & Michael Woods

Julie Sang

Jill & Daniel Young


Melissa Immel

In memory of Rabbi Leo Wolkow

Amy & Jeff Schoenberger

In memory of Jerome Rosenbloom

Amy & Jeff Schoenberger

In memory of Jimmy Chancey

Amy & Jeff Schoenberger

In memory of Marie Grove

Amy & Jeff Schoenberger

In memory of Rabbi Leo Wolkow

Amy & Jeff Schoenberger

In memory of Seymour Ratner

Amy & Jeff Schoenberger

In memory of Mark Paster

Jill & Brian Schorr

In memory of Rabbi Leo Wolkow

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Adam Bornstein

Adam Hyman

Amy Schoenberger

Arlene Zweibach

Barbara Chancey

Bea Kolchin

Bessie Speyer

Carl Chancey

Carl Tannenbaum

Carol Buckman

Dave Morfe

Debbi Paladino

Dvir Sabag

Flory Jordan

Fred Belkin

Gerry Murphy

Glen McCain

Mi Sheberakh * We Pray for Healing

Gloria Joslin

Harriet Colman

Helen Wolkow

Jayden Whitt

Jim Dandy

Joanne Kempler Barlia

Joseph Kotarba

Karen Green

Kelcey Klass

Kimmie Rankin

Lee Litofsky

Lee Tabackman

Len Cohen

Linda Burton

Lori Vetstein

Luna Rose Feingold

Lynn Demar

Recently Passed

Margaret Hass

Marshall Rosin

Mary Jo Lodge

Michael Schneck

Patrick Hauf

Rabbi Fred Natkin

Rabbi Yerachmiel Shapiro

Randy Hoffman

Robert Sachs

Rosie Lidy

Sadie Newsome

Sam Befarah

Sidney Birnbaum

Sydnee Myers

Stewart Natkin

Toni Bonney

Allan Shapiro

Beloved cousin to Terry Weiner, husband of Diane Shapiro, Father of Michael Shapiro (Miriam) and the late Stephanie Shapiro,

grandfather of four. Brother of Rick Shapiro (Nancy), Donna Shapiro (Fred Shoken), Mindy Shapiro (Alan Mendelssohn) and the

late Sharon Shapiro. Uncle and cousin to many

September 2020 - Yahrzeits Observed

Bella Feinsilver Sep. 01 Esther Stein Sep. 12 Steven Baskin Sep. 23

Bessie Passe Sep. 01 Sarita Baker Sep. 14 Morris Paul Eisman Sep. 24

Nathan Posner Sep. 01 Wanda Blake Sep. 14 Shirley Ertwine Sep. 24

Sheldon Posner Sep. 01 Esther Finkelstein Sep. 15 Maurice Klein Sep. 24

Yvette Kravitz Sep. 02 Sophie Weinstein Sep. 15 Thelma Padawer Sep. 25

Gertrude Friedman Sep. 03 Jack Feldman Sep. 16 Samuel Levine Sep. 26

Samuel Gindin Sep. 03 Sally Irgang Sep. 16 Michael Michalik Sep. 26

Raymond Rosen Sep. 03 Yvette Kale Sep. 16 Max Weintraub Sep. 26

Hilde Baer Sep. 04 David Schneck Sep. 16 Kurt Bernard Zion Sep. 26

Stanley Asher Goldberg Sep. 04 David A. Shapiro Sep. 16 Flora Fridberg Sep. 27

Dennis Stanley Siegel Sep. 05 Dattatraya Dandekar Sep. 17 Solomon Starr Sep. 27

Irwin Friedman Sep. 08 Milton Feldman Sep. 17 Donna Brown Sep. 28

Kenneth Turner Sep. 08 Aaron Kaplan Sep. 17 Dorothy P. Calvin Sep. 28

Alberta Baer Sep. 09 Betty Stone Sep. 17 Rubin Larkin Sep. 28

Baby Boy Colman Sep. 09 Geoffrey Bernstein Sep. 20 Irving Reiser Sep. 28

Samuel Sass Sep. 09 Israel Spigler Sep. 20 Howard Seeley Sep. 28

Leo Fang Sep. 10 Sam Zelkind Sep. 20 Rose Seeley Sep. 28

Harriett Leder Sep. 10 Harold Calvin Sep. 21 Samuel Sacks Sep. 29

Anne Maxwell Sep. 10 Sophie Fischgrund Sep. 21 May Heilpern Sep. 30

Ichiel Hirsch Sep. 11 Hank Ciuchta Sep. 22 James Sirkis Sep. 30

Estelle Newman Sep. 11 Richard R. Samuels Sep. 22 Arthur Weiner Sep. 30

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