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2951 Not Married in 1937 - Source NY Passenger lists Samuel Bruel Wolf, Jr.
 
2952 William B. Wolf Jr., 79, a fourth-generation Washingtonian who was a lawyer and corporate director, died Aug. 28 of thyroid cancer at the Washington Home hospice. He was a Washington resident.

Mr. Wolf, known as Billy, practiced law at several Washington firms, but he began and ended his career as a partner in the family firm of Wolf & Wolf, founded in 1892.

He was also prominent in banking and real estate circles, serving on the boards of directors of several companies and banks.

Mr. Wolf was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, where he was a captain in the high school cadet corps and was awarded the DAR medal for good citizenship. He served in the Navy and Army before graduating in 1947 from Princeton University, where he studied public and international affairs, played soccer and was a member of several clubs.

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He graduated from Yale Law School in 1951 and was a member of the Corbey Court and Phi Alpha Delta honorary societies. He also studied at Oxford University in England.

Mr. Wolf practiced law in Washington for more than 54 years, with a specialty in real estate law. He was also a director and vice chairman of the board of directors of Security National Bank and its holding company, Security National.

He was a director of the District-Realty Title Insurance, Watergate East and the Woodward Building; was a general partner of Wolf-Lenkin and Lenkin-Wolf; and a managing partner or director in several other real estate companies. He was also a trustee of the Wolf Pack Fund, a family charity.

Mr. Wolf was president of the National Capital USO, the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington and the Brotherhood of the Washington Hebrew Congregation. He was vice president of the Fort Gaines Citizens Association.

He was a member of the Princeton and Yale clubs of Washington, the Yale Law School Association of Washington, the Princeton Club of New York, the Nassau Club, Mory's Association, the St. Albans Tennis Club, Woodmont Country Club and the Commanderie de Bordeaux, a wine group. He served as reunion chairman for the 10th, 15th, 25th and 50th reunions of the Yale Law School Class of 1951. In 2004, he was chairman of a Washington reunion of the Princeton Class of 1947.

Mr. Wolf went on alumni journeys to Africa, Asia, Australia, South America and many countries in Europe. He also traveled independently throughout the British Isles, France, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Morocco, Greece, Austria, Hawaii and the Caribbean.

He wrote a published novel and a memoir of his legal career.

His marriage to Edna Russell Jacobs ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife of 25 years, Audrey R. Wolf of Washington; three children from his first marriage, Susan M. Wolf of Minneapolis, William B. Wolf III of Middleburg and Victoria W. Rosenfield of Baltimore; three stepchildren, Stephanie L. Adler of Cockeysville, Md., James L. Adler III of Scarsdale, N.Y., and Natalie A. Adler of Washington; a sister, Marcia Wolf "Peggy" Goldsmith of Washington; and 12 grandchildren. 
William B. Wolf, Jr.
 
2953 Parents: David L. Wolfe & Lena Myers.
Born in West Va? 
Erwin Wolfe
 
2954 Donald William Wolff Age 81 Hometown Holiday Island, AR Date and Place of Birth 3/7/1923 New York, NY Date and Place of Death 5/11/2004 Holiday Island, AR Date of Funeral 5/14/200

DON WOLFF, a resident of Holiday Island, Arkansas passed away Tuesday in his home at the age of 81. He was born March 7, 1923, in New York, New York a son of Edwin and Ella (Gerity) Wolff. He is survived by his daughter, Constance Eveland of Holiday Island. 
Donald William Wolff
 
2955 Parents: Alfred R.

Florence Wolff Klaber, 89; Former Ethical Union Educator. Florence Wolff Klaber, the director of religious education of the American Ethical Union from 1953 until she retired in 1964, died yesterday at the Blalock Nursing Home in Houston. She was 89 years old. Mrs. Klaber was a daughter of Alfred R. Wolff, who with Dr. Felix Adler founded the Ethical Culture Schools in 1878. She taught ethics for 18 years at the Ethical Culture School at 2 West 64th Street and from 1943 to 1953 was director of religious education of the Ethical Culture Society of New York, later becoming a trustee emeritus. A native of Manhattan, Mrs. Klaber was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Barnard College. Surviving are two sons, Alfred W. and William Jr., a former president of the New Jersey State Press Association; a daughter, Alice K. Wolff; a sister, Stella W. Sanford; two brothers, Herbert A. and Richard A. Wolff; 10 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. New York Times.

Florence Klaber, a third generation Ethical Culturist, daughter of charter members of the New York Society, teacher of Ethics and English at the Midtown Ethical Culture School and National Director of Religious Education from 1953 to 1964, died in her ninetieth year in Houston, Texas in 1978. She was one of the earliest graduates of Ethical Culture Schools in 1904. Her grandfather was one of the first followers of Felix Adler and her father Alfred Wolff, was one of Adler's closest friends. A mother and a grandmother, Mrs. Klaber developed many curricular and child guidance material and wrote pamphlets on such subjects as "Answering Children's Questions about God, Death and Belonging." Mrs. Klaber was without peer as an educator who took the educational philosophy and methods of Felix Adler and developed them into the children's educational curriculum for the Movement. The Sunday Schools throughout the Movement grew under her aegis in what proved to be the most creative and expansive period of Sunday School extension. Exert from Women in the Ethical Culture Movement. 
Florence Wolff
 
2956 Father: Raphael & Florentine Ida Wolff
 
2957 New York Maximilian Wolff
 
2958 Parents: George W. & Kate Kunstlish Harry Wolfisch
 
2959 Married Daniel Capaccio 12 jan 1972 in Las Vegas Gladdyola Wolford
 
2960 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dr. Joseph Wolfsdorf
 
2961 Stanley Diamond Update - 03/13/2002

Jan. 1995: JOAN STREAN LAZARUS' note of a conversation with her Aunt BESSIE STREAN Wolfson, indicate CHARLES was from "Vitebsk." This was likely Vitebsk, Belarus (221 km NE of Minsk). 
Charles Wolfson
 
2962 WOLK, Bernard M., 91 of St. Pete Beach. Died Wednesday, February 7, 2007 at Menorah Manor. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he came here in 1980 from New Rochelle, New York. He served in the Army Air Corp during World War II. He owned a printing company. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans, American Legion, and Masonic Lodge. He was a volunteer for the Palms of Pasadena Hospital, St. Pete Beach Police and Fire Department. Survivors include his wife, Eileen; two sons, David, Minneapolis, MN., Jay, Fairfield, CT; four grandchildren.
 
Bernard Milton Wolk
 
2963 David Wolk, 66, of St. Pete Beach, passed away September 28, 2015.

David is survived by his beloved lifetime companion, Irene; loving sons, Joshua (Kari) and Eli (Tracy) Wolk; brother, Jay (Dawn); nephew, Bret; and niece, Rachel.

A private cremation has been planned. 
David Theodore Wolk
 
2964 FENN, Berenice Wollstein born July 28, 1919 in Lexington, Kentucky to Richmond Sello and Nellie DeHart Wollstein, died on January 27, 2018. She is survived by five children, Helene (John), Renée, John (Becky), Richmond (Nancy), and David (Kathy); fourteen grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Alvin, and grandson, Kean. Berenice was reared in Rome, Georgia. Five years of university studies in Rome, Asheville and Philadelphia led to a 34-year teaching career. With her husband, Alvin, of 50 years she lived for 32 years in Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. There she taught English Grammar and 7th, 8th and 9th grade U. S., Latin American and World History. Alvin and she retired in Tucson. A life-long learner and avid reader, Berenice learned Spanish and French as an adult. She traveled extensively and made travel a priority for her children. She pursued her interests in psychology, spirituality, humanities and fine arts. Volunteer work was her way of giving thanks for her blessings: collecting money for the sick and elderly; interpreting for doctors; tutoring children and adults in literacy, reading and the English language; and collecting cans and labels for the Knights of Columbus and the mentally retarded. She was known for her energy, compassion, and generous sharing of worthwhile resources. A Mass for her will be at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton church. Berenice Ann Wollstein
 
2965 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Byron Welborn Wollstein
 
2966 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. David Francis Wollstein
 
2967 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ellen Carlin Wollstein
 
2968 four grandchildren Harold Nathan Wollstein
 
2969 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dr. Harold Nathan Wollstein
 
2970 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. James Michael Wollstein
 
2971 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. John Dehart Wollstein
 
2972 Nov. 19, 1933 - May 08, 2010
Our beloved Mom, Kathleen Whitaker, died at home in San Diego, Calif.
Kathleen was born and raised in Rome, Ga. She earned her bachelor's degree in the first graduating class of the University of San Diego. She married Alfred G. Whitaker in 1958 and moved to Vallejo where she resided for 44 years. Kathleen was a long-time member of
St. Basil the Great Catholic Church and she enjoyed playing bridge with her friends.
Kindness, love of family, keeping in contact with friends, thinking of others before herself, and caring for those less fortunate are only a few of her qualities that we will miss.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Al, who died on April 2, 1997. She is survived by her sister, Berenice Fenn of Tucson, Ariz.; her brother, John Wollstein of Honolulu; her four children and their spouses, Suzanne and Richard Hagan of San Diego, Robert and Joyce Whitaker of Foster City, John Whitaker of San Diego, and Kathryn and John Wilson of Vista; 10 grandchildren (Ryan, Kelli and Sean Hagan; Jack, David, Andrew and Rachel Wilson; and Marissa, Jenna and Ella Whitaker); and 18 nieces nephew 
Kathleen Wollstein
 
2973 8 grandchildren
 
Leo Arnold Wollstein
 
2974 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Leo Arnold Wollstein, Jr.
 
2975 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mary Catherine Wollstein
 
2976 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mary Helene Wollstein
 
2977 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rebecca Ann Wollstein
 
2978 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richmond August Wollstein
 
2979 8 grandchildren Richmond Sello Wollstein
 
2980 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stephen Kirk Wollstein
 
2981 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Theodore Christopher Wollstein
 
2982 Ludwig Wolpert, sculptor of Jewish ceremonial objects and an artist-in-residence at the Jewish Museum in Manhattan, died Friday at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He was 81 years old and a resident of Manhattan.

In 1956, Mr. Wolpert, who was born and trained in metal craft in Germany, had recently arrived in the United States from Israel when he was asked to serve as resident artist of the Jewish Museum.

Mr. Wolpert emigrated from Germany to Palestine in 1933. He had been a professor of metal craft at the New Bezalel School for Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem. He was also former professor of visual arts at the University of Judaism, a branch of the Jewish Theological Seminary in Los Angeles.

He is survived by his wife, the former Betty Heinrich, and a daughter, Chava Wolpert Richard of Rego Park, Queens. 
Ludwig Yehudah Wolpert
 
2983 Married Marion Thompson 12/31/47 Dr. Edward Wolstein
 
2984 Parents: Frederick & Sarah Rose Wormser
 
2985 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dennis Michael Wright
 
2986 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gary A. Wright
 
2987 Parents: Robert J Wright & Hilda H Hamilienen Robert James Wright, Jr.
 
2988 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Robert James Wright, III
 
2989 Parents: Louis Wuertenberg & Johanna Kaiser Margarete Wuertenberg
 
2990 7 children, 6 living 1900
7 children, 5 living 1910

Parents: Herman Wurzberg & Clara Bittman
 
Hannah Wurzburg
 
2991 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dorothy Wynne
 
2992 Parents: Max & Ida Getren Edith Yaged
 
2993 Parents: Joseph & Annie Alma Yasgur
 
2994 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Nava Bayla Yasgur
 
2995 Stanley Diamond Update - 03/13/2002

Buried in Beth Shalom Section.

August 14, 1999: Daughter Janet recalled that her father Ben and my fath er Harry had been friends even before they married cousins Bessie and Annie. 
Benjamin Yates
 
2996 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gerald Yates
 
2997 Stanley Diamond Update - 03/13/2002

August 14, 1999:

Spoke to Janet in Hollywood, FL. She learned that Dorothy GASOI KUSHN ER is her cousin when they met in Hollywood, Florida. I explained the exa ct relationship. She does not know about the YATES family history but d id know that the name had been YATKOWSKY in Europe. 
Janet Sylvia Yates
 
2998 COSSEVER, Rhoda [nee Yates). On Saturday, May 1, 1993. Beloved wife of S am Cossever. Devoted mother and mother-in-law of Ronda and Kert Teblum, Ma rk Walfish, Eric and Anna Walfish. Loving daughter of Bess and the late Be njamin Yates. Cherished grandmother of Shaun and Lauren Teblum, Daniel a nd Elisa Walfish. Dear sister of Janet Steinberg and Jerry Yates. Funer al service from Paperman & Sons, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Monday, M ay 3 at 1 p.m. Shiva private. In lieu of gifts contributions may be ma de to the Israel Cancer Research Fund, 5800 Cavendish Boulevard, C.S.L., H 4W 2Y5, 481-2723. Rhoda Yates
 
2999 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Michael Yetter
 
3000 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Margaret Younger
 

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