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201 Abrams, Joan Stern January 13, 2018. Beloved wife of the late Claude Abrams; dear mother of Paul and Donna Abrams, Lloyd Abrams and Janet Salk, Lois and Bruce Ring and the late Jane Abrams; dear grandmother of Alyssa and Jeremy Kruger, Todd Abrams and Nicole Rapport, Stacey Abrams, Mere Abrams and fiancee Nola Payson-Denny, Kevin Abrams, Leah and Joshua Liederman, Cory Ring and fiancee Kathryn Lubeck, Jesse Kornblum and Shaina Abrams-Kornblum; dear great-grandmother of Christopher Abrams and Alexander Cole Liederman; dear daughter of the late William (Bill) and the late Lois Gottlieb Stern; dear sister-inlaw of Bev Werner Abrams; our dear aunt and friend. Stern, Joan Betty (I20866)
202 Abry S. Cahn Sr., 75-year-old prominent Shreveport business, civic and religious leader, died at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Doctor's Hospital.
A veteran of World War I, he married the former Janice Pfeifer of Little Rock, Ark., on Sep. 7, 1921.

Survivors are the widow, his son, a daughter, Mrs. Cerf Hirsch of Shreveport, his brother and three grandchildren. 
Cahn, Abry Sour Sr. (I20637)
203 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Arost, Paul J. (I20053)
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ackerman, Robert Henry (I15176)
205 Additional children Menkus, Jacob (I20853)
206 Adolfo Dr. Lifschitz Z.L., died in Kfar Zaba, Israel, on 17-11-2002. - His sisters Rosa Lifschitz of Yuralivker, Mina and Cata and all his family participate with pain his death Lifschitz, Adolfo (I21908)
207 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rose, Patrick Griffin (I16878)
208 Adopted by uncle Schorr, Daniel Westheimer (I7352)
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Schorr, Ronald William Westheimer (I7353)
210 after Bucky Siegel's death, married Moe Hamburg

Obituary: Lois E. Hamburg
Lois E. Hamburg died peacefully at her home in Evansville on Saturday evening, March 20, at age 89.
Affectionately known as "Loki," she was born in Chicago and came
to Evansville where she met and married Ralph "Bucky" Siegel, and
the two operated Salm's Department Store in Owensboro, Kentucky,
until Bucky's death in 1960. They had one child, Betsy, who died in
June 2007. Later, she operated Salm's with Maurice "Moe" Hamburg
and they were married until his death in 1981. In 1968, Loki opened
Hamburg's Women's Apparel Shop in the North Park Shopping Center for stylish, affordable clothing for working women. In 1982 she
served as President of the North Park Merchants Association. In
September 1993, Loki retired and closed Hamburg's, after giving a
number of young women employees a start in business. She was a
member of Washington Avenue Temple and later Temple Adath B'Nai Israel in Evansville.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 23, at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Evansville
with Rabbi Helen Bar-Yaacov presiding.
Memorial contributions may be made to Temple Adath B'Nai Israel Perpetuation Trust or to the
Evansville Community Foundation for the benefit of the Lois Hamburg Evansville Philharmonic Endowment, or the Lois & Betsy Hamburg University of Evansville Scholarship Endowment, or the Lois
& Betsy Hamburg University of Southern Indiana Scholarship Endowment.
Arrangements are being handled by Ziemer Funeral Home East Chapel, 800 S. Hebron Ave., Evansville.
Published in Courier Press on March 22, 2010 
Ettlinger, Lois Mariann (I16827)
211 age 14, strep throat, father gave her mickey mouse watch while in hospital Rosen, Elsie (I15057)
212 Age 77, passed away at his home on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. He was born on November 20, 1937 in Houston, (Harris Co.) Texas, the son of Benjamin Almon and Anabel Cecil (Brown) Gilbert. He graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Houston and was employed with the FAA for over 30 years. He loved Michigan, often calling it "God's Country" and considered himself a hybrid Michigander because his mother was born on the Upper Peninsula and his father was born in the Lower Peninsula. He was a gentle soul with a jovial spirit who enjoyed gardening and spending time with his family. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Sarah Florence (Churchill) Gilbert, whom he married on April 4, 1964 at the South Park Methodist Church in Houston, Texas. In addition to his wife, other survivors include his children, Florence Catherine (Kenneth John) Kasper, Jon Brown Gilbert, Jr. and Charles Churchill (Jamie Lynn nee: Leathers) Gilbert, nine grandchildren and his brothers, Earl M. Gilbert, Ben R. Gilbert and James A. Gilbert. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Robert C. Gilbert. Visitation will be held on Monday, May 11, 2015 from 1:00 P.M. until the time of the service at 3:00 P.M. at the First United Methodist Church 1200 N. Ann Arbor St., Saline, MI with Rev. Dr. James E. Tuttle, officiating. Burial will take place privately at the Riverside Cemetery in Hastings (Barry Co.), MI. Gilbert, John Brown (I15998)
213 Age 90, suddenly passed away on November 6, 1999. Beloved husband and best friend of loving wife Edythe both originally from Chicago, IL. He served in WW II; graduate of University of Wisconsin and John Marshall Law School, practiced law and was a Professor at Roosevelt University. He continued teaching after he retired to Jupiter, FL at Palm Beach Community College, Indian River College and South College for 12 years. He then worked part-time at Publix for 6 1/2 years and Winn-Dixie.

He is the loving father to Dr. Robert M. (Joyce) of Juno Beach, FL, Carol Sue (Barry) Riback of Highland Park, IL & Marjorie (Russel) Sargent of Green Acres, FL. Grandfather of Dr. Robert W. (Valeh) Levy New of Smyrna Beach, FL, Lori Levy of Atlanta, GA, Adam (Wendy) Riback of Deerfield, IL, Julie (Matt) Okmin of Chicago, IL, Sam Riback of Chicago, IL, Stacy Jonas Sebastopol of CA, Neil Jonas of San Francisco, CA and Great Grandfather of Hayley Riback, Sydney and Robert J. Levy.

Graveside services Wed., Nov. 10, 1999, 1PM at Westlawn Cemetery, Chicago, IL. 
Levy, Robert H. (I13425)
214 Age 92, passed away peacefully, Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at her home, the Elizabeth Residence, Racine, Wisconsin. Portia was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, May 19, 1923, daughter of the late Martin and Hilda (Nee: Strifling) Fox. Portia devoted her life to her children and grandchildren and to unselfishly championing the rights of the underprivileged. While raising her three children she went back to college to obtain a bachelor's degree and began teaching high school English. Seeking another challenge, she then obtained a Masters in Guidance and Counseling and for many years worked as a counselor at Muskegon Heights High School, Muskegon, Michigan. She was a life member of the NAACP, actively involved in The Urban League and an avid world traveler. Fox, Ann Portia (I7300)
215 Age at Death: 46
Age: 46 
Weinstein, Bruce Charles (I16309)
216 Age at Death: 47 Aroesty, Ruth Miriam (I14958)
217 Age at Death: 62 Steinberg, Dr. Edward M. (I16270)
218 Age at Death: 63 Koseff, Ernest Isaac (I16249)
219 Age at Death: 69 Migdol, Lester (I14535)
220 Age at Death: 70 Goldman, Hyman (Chaim Yuda) (I14532)
221 Age at Death: 74 Dunn, Louis (I14970)
222 Age at Death: 75 Braunstein, David (I16142)
223 Age at Death: 78 Sand, Sol (I1647)
224 Age at Death: 78 Weinstein, Irma Lee (I16234)
225 Age at Death: 79 Amber, Tenie (I16146)
226 Age at Death: 82 Weinstein, Herbert (I16292)
227 Age at Death: 84
Age: 84
Age: 84 
Glinn, David Simon (I16271)
228 Age at Death: 85 Braunstein, Max (I16141)
229 Age at Death: 89 Weinstein, Harold (I16228)
230 Age at Death: 90 Nathanson, Albert (I16236)
231 Age at Death: 91 Braune, Milton Amber (I16148)
232 Age at Death: 95 Lipsky, Lauretta (I14556)
233 Age at Death: 95 Weinstein, Ruth (I16232)
234 Age at Death: 98 Kanfer, Jennie (I16289)
235 Age: 32 Weinstein, Bella (I12530)
236 Age: 33 Dunn, Richard M. (I14972)
237 Age: 52 Years
Age at Death: 52 
Nathanson, Betsy Phyllis (I16237)
238 Age: 71
Age at Death: 71 
Braunstein, May (I16138)
239 Age: 72 Weiss, Belle (I14562)
240 Age: 77
Age: 77 
Weinstein, Selma Rena (I16231)
241 Age: 78
Age at Death: 78 
Braunstein, Ida (I16140)
242 Age: 80
Age at Death: 80 
Bercovich, Harry Bert (I16157)
243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mulcahey, Angela Jean (I7277)
244 Airplane Crash Cohen, Max (I16479)
245 Al Schwimmer, Founder of Israel Aircraft Industries, Dies at 94
Schwimmer, an American citizen born in New York, was convicted in 1950 of violating the Neutrality Act for smuggling planes to Israel during the 1948 War of Independence.

Adolph William ("Al") Schwimmer, founder of Israel Aircraft Industries and winner of the Israel Prize died on Friday at Tel Hashomer hospital on his 94th birthday.
He is survived by his wife, Rena, a son, Danny, his daughter, Daphna and grandchildren. His funeral will be held on Monday.

Schwimmer, an American citizen born in New York, was convicted in 1950 of violating the Neutrality Act for smuggling planes to Israel during the 1948 War of Independence. He was stripped of his civil rights, but not imprisoned.
The American Jew was able to covertly bring the aircrafts to Israel by establishing false companies, one of which was purportedly the official airline of Panama. Schwimmer was in the Air Transport Command in World War II, providing him with many contacts that were pilots and in the airplane industry. He was able to use his contacts to transport the planes to Israel.
Schwimmer was pardoned in 2001 by then outgoing U.S. President Bill Clinton. The pardon was awarded without any formal request from Schwimmer.
In an interview with the Jerusalem Report in 2001, Schwimmer said he never applied for a pardon, calling it is a "complicated process". The expatriate added that "you have to express regret for what you did, and I didn't feel that way."
However, the eldest son of Hank Greenspun, a close friend of Schwimmer's who worked with him when he was smuggling arms into Israel during the Independence War, is an attorney and a friend of Clinton.
The younger Greenspun sent all the paperwork to the Justice Department and told Schwimmer, "I'm not asking you. I'm telling you, I sent in your application for a pardon."
After the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, Schwimmer joined the nascent Israel Air Force, after which he established an aircraft company that evolved to become the Israel Aircraft Industries during the 50's. Schwimmer ran the aircraft company for over 20 years, during which he became close with current President Shimon Peres.
After disagreements with former Defense Ministers Moshe Dayan and Ezer Weizman, Schwimmer left Israel Aircradt Industries, becoming a "special adviser" for the Israeli government for which he was paid a symbolic one shekel a year.
Schwimmer was awarded the Israel Prize for his contributions to Israeli society in 2006. 
Schwimmer, Adolf William (I9852)
246 ALAN BRUCE FENDRICK, 48, of Rumson, died on June 24 of renal cell carcinoma. Husband of Esther Beth Fendrick. Father of Joshua and Zachary. Son of David Fendrick and Kim Fendrick. Brother of Rabbi Susan P. (Ben Kruskal, MD) Fendrick. Uncle to nieces and nephews. As the son of a Holocaust survivor, Alan and his wife endowed a room at Hadassah Hospital in Israel in honor and memory of Kim's uncle and aunt, Isaac and Adele Silber, who rescued Kim's family from life in the forest in 1944. Fendrick, Alan Bruce (I11680)
247 ALAN HENRY STRAUSS JUNE 10, 1932 ~ MARCH 6, 2016 Alan Henry Strauss passed away on March 6, 2016 at home in Modesto surrounded by his wife of 57 years, Bonnie, and three sons. Born in Albany, New York in 1932, he was a 1953 graduate of the University of Michigan and a 1956 graduate of Harvard Law School. He served in the United States Air Force from 1956 to 1958. While stationed in Pittsburgh, PA, he became manager of one of the nation's first integrated rock and roll groups, The Del Vikings. A gold record of Come Go With Me hung proudly in his office. He came to California in 1961 and moved to Modesto a year later. He first worked there as an attorney for Gallo Winery, then worked for three years with LaCoste, Keller and Strauss. He opened his own law office in 1967. He retired as managing partner of Strauss, Neibauer, Anderson and Ramirez in 1995. He spent the past two decades traveling the world with his beloved wife, Bonnie, spending time with his sons and their spouses, and enjoying his three grandsons. Alan was the only attorney granted professional member- ship to the American Society of Enologists. He served three terms as president of Congregation Beth Shalom, was a member of the Stanislaus State University Foundation Board, a board member of the Fleur De Ville Homeowners Association, vice chairman of the Democratic Central Committee of Stanislaus County and a devoted bridge player of 50 years. He was most proud of earning over 3,000 master points in the ACBL. Alan is survived by his wife Bonnie of Modesto; his son Robert, his wife Leigh and their sons Aaron and David from Beverly Hills; his son Randall, his wife Kathleen and their son Evan from Oakland; and son Richard and his wife Michelle from Washington, DC. A memorial service will be held at Congregation Beth Shalom, 1705 Sherwood Avenue in Modesto on March 9 at 1:00 p.m. A burial service will follow at Lakewood Memorial Park, 900 Santa Fe Ave, Hughson, CA. A beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Alan was treasured and will be missed. Contributions in Alan's memory may be made to Congregation Beth Shalom Strauss, Alan Henry (I11552)
248 ALBANY - Rev. Hon. Morton M. Z. Lynn, 90, passed on peacefully on April 20, 2006.

He had practiced law in Albany for many years, specializing in business law.

Later, Judge Lynn served as justice of Albany City Court, a judicial hearing officer for the state comptroller.

He had long been an ordained minister and on his retirement from his judicial positions, Pastor Lynn became the full time associate pastor of Reach Out Fellowship at 218 Osborne Road in Colonie.

Born in Watertown on September 17, 1915, he was educated in the public schools there, at St. Lawrence University, and at Albany Law School, from which he graduated cum laude in 1937.

After serving in World War II as sergeant-major of the 350th Infantry Regiment in Northern Italy, he returned to Albany to practice law and raise his family.

As an attorney, he was active in various legal associations, including the American, New York State, Albany County and Rensselaer County Bar Associations.

Judge Lynn served in many fraternal, social and civic organizations, including the following: Washington Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, NY (Past Master); the Rotary Club of Albany (Director); the Fort Orange Club of Albany (Trustee); Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (Albany Lodge); Knights of Maccabees (Past Commander); Knights of Pythias; Loyal Order of Moose; American Legion; Disabled American Veterans; 369th Infantry Association; NAACP; and Urban League.

Pastor Lynn served in various religious organizations, including as First Reader of the First Church Of Christ, Scientist Albany, as president of the Capital Area Council Of Churches, as secretary of the Interdenominational Ministers Conference, and as associate pastor and permanent Elder of Reach Out Fellowship.

He was active with several pastors' conferences in the Capital District area. He was also instrumental in establishing over 17 churches and Christian ministries throughout the Eastern United States.

An Albany resident for over 70 years, he is survived by his wife of over 56 years, the former Verna Lunstedt, by two daughters, Diana (Dr. Joseph) Honet of Franklin, MI, and Susan (Dr. Steven) Ansley of Oakland, CA, one son, Rev. Dr. Casey D. (Nancy) Lynn of Spartanburg, SC, predeceased him on 
Lynn, Morton (I469)
249 ALBANY -- Mildred Koven, age 88, of Davis Ave., died Friday, May 26, 2000 at St. Peter's Hospital. Mrs. Koven was born in Rochester, NY to the late Jacob and Anna Itkin Baldwin. She was a graduate of Monroe High School in Rochester and of the Rochester Normal Teachers School. Mrs. Koven taught school in Rochester before her marriage and subsequent move to Albany in 1946. She was a life member of Albany Chapter Hadassah, a life member of the Daughters of Sarah Auxiliary, a member of Brandeis University National Women's Community and a member of Temple Israel in Albany. It was through her devotion to Hadassah and influence that her husband, sons and daughters-in-law and grandchildren are all associate or life members of Hadassah. Mrs. Koven was an active volunteer for Capital Rep, the NYS Theatre Institute and the Albany Civic Theatre. She is survived by her husband, Sol Koven; two sons, Ronald Koven and his wife, Lois of Southboro, MA and Dr. Norman Koven and his wife, Linda of Huntington Valley, PA; a brother, Dr. David Baldwin and his wife, Halee of New York City; a sister, Ruth Peck and her husband, Sidney of Rochester; four grandchildren, Jeremy and Myles Koven of Huntington Valley, PA, Jeffrey Koven of Oakland, CA and Julie Koven of Southboro, MA. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Services and interment will be held at Temple Israel Cemetery, Western Avenue, Guilderland, NY on Sunday, May 28, 2000 Baldwin, Mildred (I15396)
250 Albert Alexander Lisker, 84, of 3020 Marcos Drive, North Miami Beach, Fla., formerly of Providence, died Tuesday at home. He was the husband of Marion Lisker.

A son of the late Harris and Sophie (Lisker) Lisker, he had been a lifelong Providence resident before moving to Florida 20 years ago.

Mr. Lisker was employed by the Providence Postal Service for 42 years before retiring. He was the first employee of the Rhode Island Automated Postal Facility.

Besides his wife he leaves a daughter, Etta-Rae Blazer of Maryland; one brother Saul (Puny) Lisker of Providence. 
Lisker, Albert Alexander (I12090)

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