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201 Parents: Samuel Auerbacher & Theresa (geb. Auerbacher) Marx Auerbacher
202 Berta Kingston died Monday, February 3, 2003, at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock, TX. Berta Kingston was born August 20, 1924, in Hainsfart, Germany, to Willi and Marta Ausfhauser. During the Holocaust, in 1938, when Berta was 14 years old, her parents saved her life by securing a seat for her on one of only three children's transports to Manchester, England, where the children lived in foster homes. Unfortunately, Berta's parents were unable to leave Germany. In England Berta worked for a munitions shop which made parts for submarines. In 1946 Berta's relatives in New York sent for her. While there she was employed by a beauty shop during the week and a bakery on weekends. Two years later she met Arthur Kingston. They were married in Carlsbad, NM on July 4, 1948, and have lived there ever since. She worked at Jackson Drug Company for over 20 years, followed by employment for approximately 15 years at the Gerrells' Family stores and, finally, during her last years, at Dunlap's. Berta and Arthur Kingston received Carlsbad's most prestigious honor for dedication to community services, the Carlsbad Humanitarian Award, in 1990. Also, on December 29, 1990, Berta was the New Mexico Quality Recipient of the Cancer Society award for over 30 years of service in Carlsbad's"Reach to Recovery" program. Actually, Berta and Art have dedicated their lives here to helping others. Berta has been an active board member of the Carlsbad Community Concerts Association for many years and has assisted her husband in preparing and serving meals at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3277. In this short space it is impossible to list even a portion of this exceptional woman's good deeds. She is survived by her husband, Art of the family home; their only child, Bill Kingston and fiance, Elisa of Albuquerque; grandchildren, Danny Kingston and wife, Leslie of Fort Worth, Jordan, Alexandra, and Taylor of Albuquerque; and numerous relatives include those in Carlsbad, the United States, parts of Europe, and in Israel. Bertel Aufhaueser
203 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Miriam Rose Aufseeser
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cameron Augi
205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tyler Augi
206 father - Leo Agnes Augstin
207 Parents: Srul Averbach & Rakhel Teper Gita Averbukh
208 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Elaine Josephine Back
209 Prior marriage to Melvin Hackworth

KIlled by husband in murder/suicide 
Kathleen Marie Badcock
210 BADER--Richard A.,90. Brilliant and compassionate doctor and healer, mentor and friend, beloved husband, father and grandfather. Died peacefully at home. He and his identical twin brother Mortimer, the "Bader Twins", graduated first and second in their class from Stuyvesant High School and attended Columbia College on scholarship. Richard was graduated with honors from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Sent with his twin brother to the Arctic by the Army during World War II, he co-authored landmark papers on the effects of cold environment on human metabolism. After thawing, Bader worked in the laboratories of Nobel laureates Andre Cournand and Theodore Richards, producing significant papers on the work of breathing. At 24, he began his career at Mount Sinai Hospital, co-founding the hospital's first pulmonary function laboratory and continuing research and publication relating to collagen vascular diseases, basic pulmonary physiology and occupational lung disease, including pioneering work on asbestosis. Re-nowned as both a lecturer and diagnostician, Bader saved countless lives in private practice with his twin brother and also served as associate editor of the American Journal of Medicine and as a clinical professor of medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. In 1983, The Mount Sinai Alumni presented him the Jacobi Medallion for distinguished achievement in the field of medicine and extraordinary service to Mount Sinai Hospital. In 1989 he became the first Horace W. Goldsmith Professor of Medicine, and in 2004 the Mortimer E. Bader and Richard A. Bader Professorship in Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine was named for him and his twin brother. His quest for knowledge was insatiable and he rarely read something he didn't remember. He loved humor, books, chess, history, the Yankees, mathematics and, above all, his family. Throughout a busy career, he took time every evening to come home and lecture and quiz his family over the dinner table. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth; son David; daughter Nancy; son-in-law Nat; and two grandchildren, Eliza and Charlotte. Richard Bader
211 Sandra "Sandy" Baer of Winchester on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at the age of 64. She was the beloved wife of Barry Kahn, and devoted mother to Jesse Baerkahn & his wife Ronni, and Liza Baerkahn Shirazi & her husband Joshua. She was the only sister of Joanne Seblatnigg. Sandy was born in Milwaukee, WI to the late Louis and Margot Baer. Her parents met in Milwaukee after emigrating from Germany in the 1930's. After graduating from the University of Michigan, Sandy moved to Boston and obtained her master's degree in Special Education from Boston College. While attending Boston College, Sandy was a teacher for the blind in the Boston Public Schools. Sandy became a teacher for students who had various disabilities from pre-school through college. Later, she did research and writing for teachers and parents in the Head Start program, and taught in numerous colleges in the Boston area. For the last 14 years, she was the Director of Disability Services at Tufts University. Sandy and her husband have been residents of Winchester for 33 years, where her children attended the public schools. Sandy was actively involved in the Muraco and McCall parents associations and was a long term board member of the Winchester Multicultural Network. She was a founding member of Temple Shir Tikvah in Winchester. Sandy led a life filled with dignity, laughter, love and happiness. She relentlessly and bravely fought cancer for 16 years. Services were held on Friday, June 8th and she was laid to rest at Wildwood Cemetery in Winchester. Sandra Ann Baer
212 Parents: Joseph & Mary Geddes Joseph Bagley
213 Boston marriage record listing Jennie Tepler as mother may be in error. Bertha Baitler
214 father: Moshe Shmaryahu
Brother: Simon 
Charles Abraham Baitler
215 FOXBORO — Michael Douglas Baker, 15, of 12 Ridge Road, a sophomore at Foxboro High School, was killed Wednesday in a single motor vehicle accident at the Foxboro Common.
Born March 7, 1997, in Boston, he was the son of Douglas and Susan (Stone) Baker.
At high school, he was on the varsity hockey team. He loved target shooting, dirt bike riding and water skiing at the family vacation home in Laconia, N.H. He also loved cars.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Amanda S. Baker and Taylor K. Baker, both of Foxboro; paternal grandparents, Daniel and Dorothy Baker of Duxbury; and Maternal Grandparents, Erwin and Harriet Stone of Mashpee.
His funeral service will 11 a.m. Saturday at Bethany Congregational Church, Rock Hill Street, with the Rev. Paul Sangree officiating.
Burial will follow in Rock Hill Cemetery. 
Michael Douglas Baker
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Steven C. Baker
217 3 grandchildren Beatrice Balaban
218 4 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild mentioned in obituary Charlotte Balaban
219 Brother Meyer, Nephew Harry
Parents: Jack & Rose 
David Balaban
220 Jeanette Balaban Schlain, 87, of the 6400 block of Auburn Drive, died May 25, 1997, in her residence.
Mrs. Schlain was a native of Philadelphia and a resident of Norfolk most of her life. She was the widow of Julius Schlain and was a member of Temple Israel in Norfolk.
Survivors include her nieces and nephews, Alan and David Balaban of Norfolk, Donald and Stephen Balaban and Faith Silverstein of Philadelphia; her great-nieces and great-nephews, Randy, Lori, Melissa, Jody and Evan Balaban, all of Norfolk, Jay and Sanda Balaban and Judy Compton and Robert Silverstein, all of Philadelphia.
A graveside service will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 27, at Forest Lawn Cemetery by Rabbi Michael Panitz and Cantor Yael Fischman. Burial will be at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Beth Sholom Home of Eastern Virginia. H.D. Oliver Funeral Apts., Norfolk Chapel, is handling the arrangements.

Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - May 27, 1997 Page B6 
Jeanette Edith Balaban
221 Probable match:

Name:«tab»Kate Piven
Event Type:«tab»Death
Event Date:«tab»16 Jun 1971
Event Place:«tab»Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Date:«tab»18 Feb 1901
Katie Balaban
222 Paul Balaban, 77, of the 7300 block of Glenroie Ave., died Jan. 28, 1996, in a local hospital. Mr. Balaban owned and operated Balaban's Restaurant for more than 25 years. Mr. Balaban was a native of Philadelphia and was a member of Temple Israel in Norfolk. Survivors include his wife, Goldyn B. Balaban; two sons, David Balaban and his wife Joan, Alan Balaban and his wife Michaella, all of Norfolk; a sister, Jeanette Schlain; and five grandchildren, Randy, Lori, Melissa, Jody and Evan Balaban. Mr. Balaban was preceded in death by two brothers, Jack and Martin Balaban. A graveside service will be conducted at noon today in Forest Lawn Cemetery by Rabbi Michael E. Panitz, Cantor Emeritus Isaac Danker and Cantor Yael Fischman.
Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - January 29, 1996 
Paul Balaban
223 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 Mildred Baldwin
224 Parents: Samuel Ballenberg & Julia Rosenthal Florence Ballenberg
225 Married William Maxwell Julia Rose Bambic
226 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mary Anne Lena Barbalinardo
227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tehila Barkai
228 Parents: Abraham Bamberger & Estelle Souza Edward Lester Barnes
229 Michele Ann Rudnick, 65, died Thursday, June 28, 2012 at home surrounded by family, friends and loved ones.
Michele was born on March 24, 1947 in Mount Vernon, N.Y and was a daughter of the late Marvin and Fay Barnett.
She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Dr. Stephen Rudnick; daughters, Erica Kim and her husband, Michael, and their children, Macey and Zachary, and Jessica Wilf and her husband, Adam, and their children, Ava and Hannah. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and an aunt.
Michele graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1965 and attended the University of Cincinnati, receiving her Bachelor of Science degree. Her first job as a reservationist for British Airways allowed her and her parents to travel the world. She met her husband, Steve, while living in New York City. They were married in 1971 and lived in New York until moving to Kingston in 1980.
She worked as an educator for many years at Wyoming Area High School and started her own business, "College Bound," which helped many high school students attend the college of their choice. She was a member of Temple Israel and B'nai Brith.
She was truly a mentor and a wonderful role model for all of her friends and especially to her daughters Erica and Jessica. She made sure they received the best education at Wyoming Seminary and attended the colleges of their choice. Her grandchildren will remember her as the best Nanny in the world. She loved them "more than the whole wide world and to the moon and back."
Michele was a great cook, especially around the holidays. No project was too great. No task too difficult. You could see her family devotion in all the pictures around the house.
The family would like to thank Medical Oncology Associates for all their support. 
Michele Ann Barnett
230 Mar. 4, 1933 - May 22, 2015
Dr. John Baron, 82 years old, of Sarasota, FL and formerly of Pittsburgh, PA and Fall River, MA, passed away on May 22, 2015, shortly after the death of his wife. Beloved husband of Edythe (Edy) Baron, mother of Dr. Bruce Baron (Jill), Dr. Felice Baron (David Berkowitz), and Dr. Jim Baron (Kriss), and grandfather of 6.
Joint funeral service was held with his wife Edy at Temple Beth Sholom in Sarasota, FL, on May 26, 2015. 
Dr. John Baron
231 Chicago Sun-Times (IL) - Sunday, May 30, 1993

Shoshanah Lipis Winer, 84, a noted educator and leader in the women's community of the Jewish Conservative Movement, died Thursday in Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

A North Side resident, Mrs. Winer traveled extensively to promote Jewish studies and family values through lectures and seminars.

Along with her husband, Louis, she was involved in educational work through the Ramah Commission. Mrs. Winer was active in developing summer camps to encourage youngsters to learn Hebrew and study religion.

The couple also supported and were active in the Solomon Schechter Day Schools on the North Shore, which they helped expand from 30 students to more than 1,000 in three schools.

In addition to her husband, survivors include two daughters, Leah Steuer and Rinah Sheleff; two sisters, Lillian Levin and Frances Rogozen; five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

Services will be held at noon Sunday in North Suburban Synagogue Beth El, 1175 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park. Burial will be in Shalom Memorial Park, Rand Road and Illinois 53, Palatine 
Shoshana Rose Baron
232 Rodger D. Bartlett, a great Golden Valley Rotarian passed away at
the age 88 of Golden Valley. Survived by wife, Angeline K Bartlett;
daughters, Shane (Steve) Holonitch, Camille Hetman & Elizabeth
Bartlett; grandchildren, Carrie and Anita Claypatch; Thomas and
Paul Bartlett. Preceded in death by son, Gary Bartlett and
daughter Kim Bartlett. Rodger was born in Lake Odessa, Michigan.
Rodger received his MA in Music at Wayne State University leading
him to Cleveland State Hospital working as a Music Therapist for
several years. He moved to Minneapolis where he dedicated 50+
years of service in sales & marketing to DeVac Inc. and MonRay.
He played an active role in the Golden Valley Rotary Club with
many of those years spent in the International Youth Exchange
program. Rodger used music to express himself throughout his lifetime, both personally and
professionally. He played both string bass and trombone with a variety of local jazz musicians in
the metro area. In addition to his music Rodger loved sharing time with his family whether it be
around the dinner table, singing at a family reunion or on the golf course. The day before he
died he celebrated his 88th birthday surrounded by family and friends. He passed peacefully in
the loving care of the Benedictine Health Center of Minneapolis and Twin Cities Hospice. Rodger
will remain in the hearts of those who love him. 
Rodger Dean Bartlett
233 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sharon L. Bartlett
234 Parents: Sylvain L. Bash & Irene Hersch

Married: Cleatus Chapman
Married: Howard Saperston 6 oct 1937 
Eleanor (Nan) Basch
235 MAYER-Clara B. On March 12, 1998. Devoted wife of Seymour, beloved mother of Marjorie and Martin Diamond, cherished grandmother of Caryn and Ned Clara Bauer
236 Parents: Moses & Matilda Gertrude Baum
237 ZENN--Ethel (Bauman). Age 91, of Westborough, MA, formerly of Woodmere, NY, on December 11, 2004. Beloved wife of 70 years to Max Zenn. Devoted mother of Barbara Rediker (Robert) of Watertown, MA, and Marion Goldberg (Michael) of Washington, DC. Cherished grandmother of Larry Goldberg (Marci) of Deerfield, IL, Ellen Goldberg of San Francisco, CA, Richard Rediker (Gayle) of Hampden, MA, and Donald Rediker (Jane) of San Juan Capistrano, CA. Adored great-grandmother of Jeremy and Zoe Goldberg, Rachel, Amy, Alana, Kristin and Michael Rediker.

Parents: Max Bauman & Helen Seligsohn 
Ethel Muriel Bauman
238 Caryl Baumann Stamm died Aug. 3 at the age of 93 in her home in Weston, Fla., where she had lived near her daughter Cathy for the last seven years. Prior to that, she lived first in Manhattan and then Scarsdale but was always a proud New Yorker at heart, her family said.
A magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Smith College and Columbia School of Social Work, she had a thriving clinical psychology practice for over six decades and was co-founder of a mental health association in Westchester. In addition she volunteered her services to cancer patients and gave to multiple charitable organizations including, but not limited to those for cancer, diabetes, and Saint Jude's for children.
The daughter of Bess Oppenheim and Oscar Baumann, she was the wife of Julian Stamm, and niece of Elsie Friedman. She is survived by her three daughters: Patricia Stamm, Linda Stamm Willig, and Cathy Stamm Kaufman; two sons-in-law: John Willig and Jerry Kaufman; their children: Jason and Jennifer Stamm, Justin and Ashley Willig, and Adam and Lexie Kaufman; her sister Joan Oppenheim; her niece and nephew, Nancy Shubert and Richard Oppenheim.
Mrs. Stamm was "an incredibly compassionate, generous, graceful, elegant, energetic, and strong woman," her family said. "As a devoted mother, grandmother, friend and gifted psychologist, she was loved by everyone who knew her."
She had a great appreciation for the arts, especially fine arts and the Broadway theater, but her greatest passion and gift was caring for people. She was always available when anyone needed her support or guidance, her family said. Known by some to be like Mother Theresa, she was also nicknamed "The Queen of the Palms" at her current residence.
"All of us who were lucky enough to have her in our lives already miss her terribly," her family said.
A funeral service was held Aug. 7 at Sharon Gardens in Valhalla. 
Caryl Baumann
239 Joe is survived by his wife, Jeannie Bauske, his twin brother, Gene Bauske and wife, Diana, of Richardson, TX, and their daughter, Lori Bauske. Jane Carr and husband Jesse, lifelong friend and mother of his three children. Eldest daughter, Keri Bauske Clarbull, and husband, Paul Clarbull, of Tomball, Texas; son, Lawrence J. Bauske, of Tomball, Texas; youngest daughter, Terri Jean Bauske Holstead, and husband Christopher Holstead, of Cypress, Texas. Joe is also survived by four grandchildren, Natalie Jane Clarbull, Paul Wesley Holstead, Grant Michael Holstead, and Aiden Christopher Holstead Mervin Joe Bauske
240 Estelle Heinrich passed away August 8, 2015 at the age of 81. Mrs. Heinrich was born October 20, 1933 in Bronx, New York to Lillian (Makowsky) and Julius Bayer. She worked as an Administrative Assistant for Lincoln Hall for many years. She was pre-deceased by her beloved husband William. She is survived by her three loving sons, Glen, Arthur and Neal, sister Barbara Nichols, five adoring grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Estelle Bayer
241 HARMON BAYER, 81, of West Bloomfield, died July 23, 2001. A self-employed chemical engineer, he was recognized for his devoted service to the American Zionist Movement-Michigan Region. Mr. Bayer was a past president of Parents for North American Israelis, a founding and charter member of American Society for Quality Control (ASQC), a fellow for the American Association for Advancement of Science in 1964. He was listed in Library of Congress as a prominent engineer in 1975, listed in Who's Who as a top engineer and was recognized for outstanding contributions at Hechtman Apartments.
Mr. Harmon is survived by his wife, Adele; sons and daughters-in-law, Edward and Hanna Bayer of Israel, Charles Bayer of Oak Park and Gerald and Jan Bayer of Oak Park; daughter and son-in-law, Irene Bayer and Garrett Schwinghamer of Ann Arbor; grandchildren Tali and Yan Tupilsky, Havi and Max Derhy, Shiri and Benny Hoffman, Karen Bayer, Roey Bayer, Jacob Bayer, Laura Bayer, Julia Bayer, Lee Schwinghamer and Karl Schwinghamer; great-grandchildren, Ido and Hagar Tupilsky and Emmy Derhy. 
Harmon Symond Bayer
242 Lived in Wasetka, IL

Parents: Jacob Bear & ? Ivekel 
Herman Bear
243 LUCY BEHAR of LIFSCHITZ He died at Kfar Zaba Israel on 02-15-2008 .- Rosa Lifschitz of Yuralivker and Flia., Who was the great companion of his brother, Dr. Adolfo Lifschitz. Lucy Behar
244 Father: Ludwig Jacob Robert Beissinger
245 BEISSINGER Walter Beissinger, 91, a resident of Jacksonville since 1993 and loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away on Tuesday May 24, 2016. Walter was born in Mannheim, Germany in 1924 and was a Holocaust survivor. At age 13 he fled Nazi Germany and arrived in the United States in 1939, settling in Philadelphia, where he would live for 55 years. He served in World War II in the Philippines, New Guinea, and Japan. A graduate of Temple University, he became a CPA, rising to partner and managing partner in one of the largest local firms in Philadelphia and worked with Smoke Davis Nixon after he moved to Jacksonville. Walter was an excellent athlete. He loved playing tennis and golf, was a life master at bridge, enjoyed watching ice hockey and rooting for his hometown Flyers, and volunteered for SBA's SCORE (Service Core of Retired Executives). He was predeceased by his late wife Muriel, to whom he was married for 50 years, and spent his last dozen years married to Mary (Zimmerman). He is survived by: his children Susan Levine (Mitchell), Steven Beissinger (Whendee), and Mark Beissinger (Margaret); his grandchildren Jonathan, Joshua, and Rebecca Beissinger, Stefanie, Kara, Emily, and Jenna Levine; and family members Mark (Ellen), Don (Betsy), Rob Zimmerman, and Suzanne Zimmerman, and their children. A graveside service will take place on Thursday, May 26th, at 11:00 AM at the New Center Cemetery, 43rd & Liberty Streets, Jacksonville Walter M. Beissinger
246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Nava Beitely
247 Parents: Otto & Marie Kunagle Alvina Bell
248 Parents: Herbert & Daisy Harold A. Bell
249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kimberly Bellinger
250 Bellinger, Richard "Rick". Richard "Rick" Bellinger died in Suffern, NY on September 10th, 2015 at the age of 65. Rick is survived by two children: Rick Bellinger Jr of Denver, CO, and Kimberly Bellinger, of New York City. Rick was born on July 2nd, 1950 and was grew up in Creskill, NJ and raised his children in Greenwich, CT. Professionally, Rick reached the level of Senior Managing Director at Lehman Brothers and was a legendary municipal bond broker with integrity. For those who had the pleasure of getting to know him, he was kind and caring. Rick loved backgammon, train collecting, poolside lounging, fireworks, eating for reasons other than hunger, and was like a long-lost Wright Brother when it came to flying kites. Rick's infamy for bankrupting buffets is only trumped by the legacy of his generous spirit. Rick's friends, family, and co-workers, universally remember his magnanimous personality. Rick was a thoughtful man that selflessly helped those around him often at his own expense. Richard Clinton Bellinger

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