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3101 Vera Himmel of 5000 Cornell avenue, beloved wife of Louis; devoted mother of Harold, Ivan, and Jeanne Friedman; dear sister of Elsie Lamoureaux; loving grandmother of eight grandchildren Kahn, Vera Belle (I20321)
 
3102 Vermont Department of Health, Vermont Death Index 1981-2001, Burlington, VT, USA: Vermont Department of Health, 2001 Source (S450)
 
3103 Victor, NY Weiss, Stuart (I19756)
 
3104 VINEBERG, Charles On Sunday, May 21, 2006, CHARLES VINEBERG; beloved husband of Corinne Vineberg (nee Franklin) and the late Harriett Vineberg (nee Ketzes); loving father of Jack Vineberg of Reisterstown, MD, Pat Vineberg of Reisterstown, MD, Dr. Marc Herman of New York, Gary Herman of Florida and Layne Herman of Owings Mills, MD; devoted father-in-law of Hillary Herman and Judy Herman; beloved brother of Mary Goldberg of Florida; devoted brother-in-law of Stan and Phyllis Franklin; loving grandfather of Andy Vineberg, Holly Matesky, Jason, Corey, Zachary, Danielle and Steven Herman; loving great-grandfather Gavin Matesky and Collin Vineberg. Services at SOL LEVINSON * BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Tuesday, May 23, at 11am. Interment at Har Sinai Congregation Cemetery Vineberg, Charles (I22170)
 
3105 Violinist in Rochester, NY? Gelman, Bennie (I20049)
 
3106 visited Hardheim, Germany with wife Sophie
PLAC NY
SOUR @S4@

Parents: Carl & Henrietta
 
Brasch, Gerson (I15072)
 
3107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wilson, John R. (I20718)
 
3108 VOSBERG, Sydney - On Saturday, September 16, 2006 at North York General Hospital. Sydney Vosberg, beloved husband of Libby. Loving father and father-in-law of Valerie and Mitchell Solway, Doelle and Jeff Greenberg. Dear brother of Oscar, Florence Mauro, Ruth, Shirley, and the late Fred Vosberg, and Jean Benjamin. Devoted Zaidie of Jonathan, Miriam, and Zachary, brother-in-law of Ruth and Avrum Dunsky. He will also be missed by his nieces, nephews, and cousins. At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue West, for service on Monday, September 18, 2006 at 1:30 p.m. Interment in the Community Section of Pardes Shalom Cemetery. Vosberg, Sydney (I914)
 
3109 w/o Major James R Prince, d/o Antonio and Estefanita M Rutledge/Cantu. A wonderful wife and mother she leaves behind her parents, husband James Raymond Prince and 3 sons:William J, John S and David Allen. Although your passing was sudden your presence and the love you would show others will remain a constant memory. Heavens gates have opened for yet another of their angels. Cantu, Maria Rosario (I4318)
 
3110 WALFISH - Irma of Hollywood, FL and Toronto, CN passed away on March 30, 2000. Mrs. Walfish was a professional singer and a graduate of the Julliard School of Music in New York. She was a loving and caring woman with a strong sense of family, which was always a priority. She is survived by her loving husband David, devoted children Harvey (Melissa) Walfish and Billie-Ellen Steinberg, loving sister Ruth Scherman, cherished grandson Brett Gordon Walfish. Nieces and Nephews: Lynn Rosen (Ron), Barbara Koseff (Ernest), Frank Glinn (Sandra), Bill Nathanson (Michelle) and many loving great-nieces and great-nephews. She was greatly loved and will be missed by all who loved her. Funeral services will be held Sunday, 4/2/00 at 2 pm in the chapel with interment to follow at Mount Sinai Cemetery. Weinstein, Irma Lee (I16234)
 
3111 Walfish, David, on Thursday, October 27, 2005 at Sunnybrook Hospital. David Walfish, loving father of Billie-Ellen and Harvey, and father-in-law to Albert and Melissa. Beloved companion of Marie-Claude Laventure. Devoted grandfather of Brett. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Henry and Selma, Edythe, and Shirley. Services were held at Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada on Sunday, October 30th. Interment in Florida on Tuesday, November 1, 2005 Walfish, David Mordechai (I16241)
 
3112 Walter J. Monasch, born Aug. 29, 1922, died on Aug. 2, 2011, at home in Novato, CA. He was surrounded by family.

Beloved husband of Brenda Gates- Monasch for 34 years, loving father of David-Michael (Glenda) Monasch, Miriam Monasch (Kathy Johnson), Naomi and Talya Gates- Monasch; adoring grandfather of Mio Monasch, dear brother of Eva Mass and many treasured nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. He held a BSc from Antioch College in Civil Engineering. He last worked as a consultant. As he wished, in lieu of flowers the family requests donations to either of the two local organizations he served as President: the Northern California Community Loan Fund, or the Marin Interfaith Council. 
Monash, Walter Julius (I16080)
 
3113 WARNER, Shirley
On Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at Baycrest. Shirley Warner, beloved wife of the late Harry Warner. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Brad and Sharan, Marc and Miriam, and the late Joel Warner. Dear sister of Barbara Wilson, and June Bearg. Devoted grandmother of Eric and Alana, Erin Halle, Daniel and Esther, Jordana and Josh, Hilite, and great-grandmother of Josh, Emma, and Olivia. At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue W., (three lights west of Dufferin) for service on Wednesday, November 18 at 11:30 a.m. Interment at Beth Tzedec Memorial Park. 
Weiss, Shirley Arlene (I3278)
 
3114 Was in Concentration Camp Gurs Westheimer, Stefani (I6752)
 
3115 Was sick as a child with mastoiditis and lost a year of school. She never returned.

Assistant buyer for Blauners

President of local chapters of American Jewish Congres, Association for Retarded Children, and Philadelphia Deaf Society
gall bladder removed
mini strokes/

Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - December 4, 1996
Deceased Name: YETTA BERENSON AROST
A LONGTIME VOLUNTEER, 90 Yetta Berenson Arost , 90, died Saturday of a stroke at the Bala Nursing Home. She formerly lived in Wynnefield Heights.

Throughout her life, Mrs. Arost got directly involved in doing for others. During World War II, she stored clothing, medicines and foods for European refugees in her home in West Philadelphia.

Later, she and her husband, Oscar, who died 25 years ago, opened their home to serve as foster parents for survivors of the Holocaust. The first of the foster children, 17-year-old Ella, was adopted by the Arosts.

She was a former president of her local chapters of the Pennsylvania Association for Retarded Children and the American Jewish Congress. She was a member of the Fellowship Commission, American ORT and Hadassah.

Surviving are her daughters, Ella Friedman Mizne, Molly Staub and Lenore Sherman; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. 
Berenson, Yetta (I20019)
 
3116 wasmarried to Sylvia ~ 1945-1960 (NY Passenger lists & City Directories)

He is survived by his wife, Mary Moonves; a son, Michael Moonves; a daughter, Barbara M. Martin; two stepdaughters, Linda G. Haas and Suzanne K. Shevlin; six step grandchildren and two step great-grandchildren. 
Moonves, Philip Robert (I10912)
 
3117 WATERFALL--John Charles (Bruce) , 70, of New York and Wainscott died on April 28th, 2008 after a 20-year battle with Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia. Beloved husband of Susan; devoted father to Jane and John Waterfall and Scott Straus; loving son-inlaw of Beatrice and the late Sidney Solomon; adoring father-in-law to Sara Guyer and grandfather to Sadie Straus. Born in New York City, he was the only child of the late Charles and Alice Waterfall. Bruce was a founding partner of Morgens, Waterfall, Vintiadis & Company. An incisive investor and passionate outdoorsman, Bruce will be remembered for the wisdom and perspicacity that he shared with his family, business associates, and friends. Waterfall, John Charles (I14932)
 
3118 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kilday, Thomas (I19295)
 
3119 We are saddened to announce that Ellen Parker, born 10/22/1948, passed away at the age of sixty-six on 10/27/14 at Mission Hospital following a heart attack. Ellen lived in Dove Canyon with her husband, Bruce; her son, Andrew; and her mother, Alma; along with her dog, Annie.

Ellen was born in New York to Arthur and Alma Boggia, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree at Arizona State University in 1971. Ellen practiced real estate for much of her professional career and obtained licensure in Arizona, New York, Texas, Georgia, and most recently, California. Ellen was passionate in her work in real estate, and put her clients' priorities at the top of her list. Ellen's professionalism extended to the rest of the real estate community, where she worked alongside talented colleagues to, as Ellen put it, "make the real estate process as stress-free as possible."

Ellen's passions extended to the world of golf, where she first learned to play with her husband in the 1980's, and often played at Dove Canyon Country Club. Ellen also enjoyed playing Bunco, socializing with her friends, and walking the dog. Ellen was also passionate about charity work, and helped organize the Dove Dash for years, a 5k/10k run for Ryan's Reach, a charity devoted to research into traumatic brain injuries. Ellen was also involved with The Teen Project, a charity helping homeless teenagers and those coming out of the foster care system.

Ellen was laid to rest at Pacific View Memorial Park on Thursday, 10/30/14, surrounded by her family, colleagues, and friends. She left a lasting impression on all who knew her, and will be missed. 
Boggia, Ellen (I10077)
 
3120 webnote: GREAT-GRANDSON SERGEY SAPOZHNIKOV
 
[Kitzes], Rakhil (I12462)
 
3121 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1148
 
3122 WEINGARTEN--Doris Dunn. 76, of New York City and Hancock, NY, passed away peacefully on January 16th, 2004. A graduate of Skidmore College (Class of 1948), she was a committed NYC art teacher, a gifted interior designer, and a lover of the arts and travel. Married to the late Aaron Weingarten, sister of Irving Dunn, M.D., Nicole Dunn and Sylvia Dunn, loving aunt and great-aunt to many nieces and nephews. Dunn, Doris (I21195)
 
3123 WEINSTEIN, Max. After a long illness, on Friday, August 19, 2005 in his eighty-sixth year. Beloved husband of Menda Pearson. Loving father and father-in-law of Neal and Nandani (Sathi), Gordon and Georgia (Wright). Proud grandpa Max of Maya and Ajay; Emis, Ilsa and Ava. Beloved brother and brother-in-law of Jack and Loretta, the late Louis, Lottie and the late Fred Weinstein. He will be sadly missed by his nieces, nephews, family and friends. Special thanks to the nurses and staff of the Dialysis Unit at the Jewish General Hospital, and to Drs. Davidman, Lipman, and Bercovitch. Also thanks to Drs. Michael Gold, Amnon Kahn, Ann Walling, and Robin Billick. Burial at the Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem Congregation Cemetery, de la Savane. Weinstein, Max (I368)
 
3124 WEISS DORIS WEISS (nee Strauss) beloved wife of Morton. Loving mother of Bobbi (Robert) Pincus and Marjorie (Carl) Schwartz. Devoted grandmother of Elaine (Seth) Akst, Stuart (Ari) Schwartz, Irene (Eric) Smith and the late Abigail Doris Pincus. Great grandmother of Jillian, Daisy, Sarah, Jessica, Jocelyn and Elliot Strauss, Doris (I11055)
 
3125 Weitz, Enid LOUDONVILLE Enid Weitz, 90, mother of Dale Pager Roemmelt, passed away on October 11, 2017, peacefully at Eddy Village Green where she had superb care. Enid, a proud native New Yorker was born on March 18, 1927, the daughter of Nat and Alyce Hodes Levy. She graduated from Ithaca College with a bachelor of fine arts degree in 1948 and was a media intern at the WRGB T.V. station during its inception. While at Ithaca, she met a Cornell student, George Robert Pager, who coincidentally grew up around the corner from her on Central Park West. They were married in 1949 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Enid worked in production for the Ted Mack Amateur Hour and later as an officer manager for a prominent N.Y.C. law firm. In 1975, she married Paul Weitz, during their 40-year union they traveled regularly around the country and to Europe and Japan. She always enjoyed the theatre, museums, and especially visits with her family and grandchildren. She is survived by her sister, Phyllis Lubliner; her daughter, Dale Roemmelt (Charlie); stepdaughter, Lois Pelletier (George), their daughters, Stephanie (Tim), Rebecca (Dave), Samantha (Tim); and stepdaughter, Gail Siggelakis (Gus) and their son, Theo; as well as great-grandchildren, Cooper, Cole and Parker. She is also survived by her niece, Nancy Ginsburg (Evan); and nephew, David Lubliner (Stacey); great-nephews, Aaron Ginsburg, Andrew Lubliner; and great-niece, Molly Lubliner. A memorial service will be held at Levine Memorial Chapel, 649 Washington Ave., Albany on Sunday, October 15, at 10:30 a.m. with private interment later in the Cedar Park Cemetery in Paramus, N.J. Levy, Enid Rae (I6293)
 
3126 WENER, Solly
1920-2013
It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of a great man on Wednesday, February 6, 2013. Solly lived with a zest larger than life. Beloved husband of the late Molly. Cherished father and father-in-law of Marlene Schwartz, Heather and Alan Brooks. Adored 'Pépé' of Lori Schwartz, Marissa and Joshua Brooks. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Fred and Sondra Wener, the late Louis and the late Isabel Wener, the late Lillie and the late Sam Shiff, the late Rose and the late Lou Mindel. He will be sadly missed by his many nieces and nephews. 
Wener, Solly (I950)
 
3127 Went back to Germany? Mergentheimer, Moses (I20977)
 
3128 went to Israel Haimovich, Srulek (I13511)
 
3129 went to Israel Haimovich, Misha (I13512)
 
3130 Went to Israel bef WWII Pfeiffer, SIegfried (I22892)
 
3131 Wenzel, Erma Ernestine, 99, of Cooper City, past away April 21, 2003. Mrs. Wenzel was a resident of South Florida since 1960. She was an employee for many years with Nat Allen. She is survived by her niece Margie (Harry) Knight and long time caregivers Beverly and Cookie LaRocca. Rescher, Erma Ernestine (I23085)
 
3132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jacobson, John Joseph (I18804)
 
3133 Westheimer, Ron
Jun. 22, 1958 - Mar. 25, 2016
Ron Westheimer, of Sarasota, Florida, died on Mar. 25, 2016.

Ron was born to Jackie Greer Westheimer and Maude Fay Eller Westheimer in Vero Beach, FL. He was preceded in death by his parents. Ron is survived by one brother, Stephen Anthony "Tony" Westheimer and three nephews, Eric, Travis and Brian Westheimer.
Having spent his early years in Deep Gap, NC, Ron graduated in 1976 from Mckinleyville High School in Mckinleyville, CA. For many years, he toured as a professional ballroom dancer with the Fred Astaire Dance Studios. In his later years, he was in the automotive sales industry in Atlanta, GA and Sarasota, FL.

There was no burial, as his wishes were to be cremated. 
Westheimer, Ronald Paxton (I7374)
 
3134 WESTHEIMER— Max, beloved husband of Herta. Devoted father of Lothar, Berthold, Henry and Jerry Cherished grandfather of 7 and great grandfather of 7. Services were held December 1. Westheimer, Max (I22365)
 
3135 When Aaron Seligman walked into the room, those in his company felt energy, an enthusiastic spontaneity. This is just one example of who Aaron was and how he impacted those around him. Aaron was a clever and gregarious person who always sought out the finest attributes in other people. It was as if Aaron wanted to share all of their experiences, revel in their lives and celebrate their discoveries. Aaron was tireless and had boundless enthusiasm that would serve him well throughout his life.

Aaron was born on May 10, 1986 at Fountain Valley Community Hospital in Fountain Valley, California. He was the son of Kim Scholer. Aaron was raised in Camas, Washington. Always at the ready with a good joke, he grew up to be quite a humorous person. While some who knew Aaron might describe him as an idealist, his friends and family understood well that Aaron was always in pursuit of life's endless possibilities and opportunities available to him.

He had one older sister, Nicole. Aaron was very accepting and supportive of his family. He was perceived as the central person in his family in terms of keeping communication open between the family members. Whenever discord or tension arose within the home, Aaron was typically the member who brought about resolution and harmony. These traits served Aaron well in his adult life and, along with his wit, outgoing personality, and understanding of others, drew the admiration of many who knew him.

As a young boy, Aaron was able to empathize and identify with a vast array of people and personality types. This quality drew him into a diverse group of friends and acquaintances. Aaron was intelligent and had little trouble getting along with his peers. He was almost always the first to jump in when it came to playing games or participating in other childhood activities. Aaron loved to Rollerblade. He was a Boy Scout, member of the Metropolitan Youth Symphony, and acted with the Northwest Children's Theater. In his spare time he enjoyed spending time with his friends, playing video games, creating new and exciting mad science experiments, playing the piano, saxophone, and ukulele, and loved to act. Aaron's memorable achievements included earning a gold belt in karate, and attending the Vancouver school of the Arts. Aaron had the ability to find amusement with almost any activity he and the many childhood friends he shared might discover.

During his high school years, Aaron responded enthusiastically to any new project and was regularly in search of one adventure after another. He graduated from Vancouver School of the Arts and River Homelink in 2005. Aaron was a very good student, and generally did well in his courses. Aaron absorbed as much as he could from all of his teachers and was consistently able to tackle conceptual and abstract problems, using his imagination to master his assignments. For Aaron, school often became just an extension of playtime, thanks to his ability to turn just about anything into a game. Classmates considered Aaron a good listener, knowing that when necessary, they could go to him to discuss just about anything. His favorite class in high school was drama. The teacher he enjoyed learning from the most was his Mom! He even earned enough credits to graduate early.

Aaron did well in college, as a result of his comfort level with tackling new theories and his love of learning. He earned his AA in Electrical Engineering. Aaron was very adaptable, a quality that helped him make the transition from high school to college with little difficulty. As a result, Aaron's problem solving skills and thirst for new knowledge almost guaranteed that he enjoyed virtually every class he took. Aaron was always in quest of new things to learn and experience.

With a talent for making acquaintances easily which in turn brought him an endless stream of friends, Aaron was very sociable and could blend without effort into any social group. Assertive and outgoing, Aaron was easy to know and demonstrated a deep concern for others. He always seemed aware of what was going on with people around him and throughout his life he made many, many friends. While growing up, his best friends were Ryan Neff, Asheton Neff, Michelle Troup, and Gabby Troup. Later in life, Aaron's best friend was Matt Jones.

Aaron was uplifted by new ideas and was excited by life's possibilities, traits that made him an exceptional worker. His primary occupation was a small business owner. He was purchasing a Pizza Schmizza Franchise. Aaron was enterprising, inventive and working against deadlines seemed to energize him. Aaron had the uncanny ability to identify a win/win solution to just about any problem, possibly because of his gift for insight. Aaron's fellow workers saw him as a supporter and a mentor.

Aaron was an Army Veteran. He was stationed in Fort Leonard Wood, MO, Fort Huachuca, AZ, Fort Hood, TX. Through his hard work and dedication, he achieved the rank of SPC. He received several awards including a National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, and a Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. His fellow soldiers could count on him for being able to make adjustments to any situation as needed.

Because Aaron loved to have a broad variety of activities in his life, he took advantage of the opportunity to pursue numerous hobbies. His favorite hobbies were Air Soft, composing music, playing music, playing video games, spending time with friends, and making pizza. Aaron had a knack for being able to multi-task in order to create time for all of his favorite pastimes. However, Aaron's ever-present concern for others always took precedent.

Aaron's love of improvising in his daily life was a perfect fit for his enjoyment of traveling. His favorite vacations were ones that were not planned. Traveling in a casual manor fit his personality well. Excited about seeing changing scenery and constantly looking for the enjoyment life could offer, Aaron took his vacations seriously, well, as seriously as he possibly could. Favorite vacation destinations included Disneyland. Is there really any other place to visit?

Aaron was a lover of animals and cherished his pets. Aaron had walking sticks, ants, baby chicks, tadpoles, sugar-gliders, Opal the rat, cats Pepper, Sugar, Pinkie, Yowler, Taffy & Jack, and dogs Bandit, Cheerios, Dexter & Snickers.

Aaron Seligman passed away on March 8, 2010 at St Vincent Hospital, Portland, OR. Aaron fought a long, courageous and valiant battle with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He is survived by his Momma Kim, Sister Nicole, Step-Father Cary, Brother-in-Law Chris, many Aunts & Uncles and his Father Andrew. Services were held at Lincoln Memorial & Funeral Home, Portland Or. Aaron was laid to rest in Willamette National Cemetery, Portland Or.

There was always a certain style and inventiveness to Aaron. He was a dynamic, self-expressive person who was forever looking to celebrate the endless possibilities life had to offer. He had a knack for being clever, creative and witty, and for others, was a joy to be around. While he was often fiercely independent, it seemed as if many others looked to Aaron Seligman for inspiration, leadership, wisdom and even courage. Aaron was always more than willing to share life's experiences with his loved ones.
 
Seligman, Aaron Andrew (I1928)
 
3136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Seligman, Andrew Evan (I2236)
 
3137 When they married, these women all wore the same wedding veil:
Annie LIEBOWITZ married Harry DIAMOND, June 6, 1920;
Minnie GOLDBERG married Henry NATHANSON, Nov. 19, 1916;
Dora "Bashi" DENENBERG married Reverend Avrum MITTLEMAN, Dec. 08, 1915;
Dora GOLDBERG married Joseph "Joe" CRESS, June 20, 1914. 
Denenberg, Bessie Dora (I1429)
 
3138 Whether he was playing bridge, running a company, investing and selling, Bud Lehman's credo was "go for it or you don't make it." It was with this same enthusiasm for accomplishment that Mr. Lehman, along with his wife, Jane, supported a vast number of charitable and philanthropic causes in the city they spent their lives in and loved. "Both my parents had a passion for life," said their daughter, Jo Brandt. "They knew they had a lot going for them, and they believed in giving back. As children, my sister, Ellen, and I were taught the spirit of true philanthropy."
Alan G. Lehman, of Squirrel Hill, a respected entrepreneur and philanthropist, died from complications of cancer on Thursday, May 16, 2002, in his home.
Giving back had been the trademark of the Lehman family dating to the Franks and Guckenheimers. "My maternal great-grandfather, Isaac Frank, was instrumental in the building of Rodef Shalom in Oakland," said his daughter, Ellen-Lehman Kennel.
"My paternal grandfather, Isaac Guckenheimer, donated one of the large windows at Rodef Shalom. And our grandfather, Albert Lehman, would give a $2,000 cash award to the winner of the Pittsburgh International, held every two years at The Carnegie."
Through the Ananthan Foundation, the Lehmans were responsible for the cleaning and restoration of the exterior of The Carnegie in Oakland ? a project that began in 1989 and was completed a year later.
"Our mother was a trustee of The Carnegie," said Brandt, "and also the head of the building project committee."
Born and raised in the East End, Mr. Lehman was an only child in the family of Albert C. and Adele Guckenheimer Lehman. His father was the president of Blaw-Knox Steel.
As a youngster attending Shady Side Academy and later Milford Academy, Mr. Lehman excelled in baseball and track. "Dad enjoyed telling us stories of how proud he was when, as a freshman at Milford, he was able to beat the seniors in track," Lehman-Kennel said.
"Dad loved to excel in sports," Brandt said. "When he came to visit us in England, after we moved there, he joined us in a game of croquet. He had never played the game, but before the afternoon was over, he learned the game and beat all of us."
In 1939, following graduation from Yale University, Mr. Lehman married Jane Anathan, a neighbor he had known from the time when they were in their teens growing up in Squirrel Hill.
"Mom enrolled in Briarcliff, a junior college, so she could graduate the same year Dad graduated from Yale, so they could be married," Lehman-Kennel said.
Prior to being called into the service during World War II, Mr. Lehman was employed by American Metals Co. in the Strip District. As a member of an Army Air Force ordnance battalion, Mr. Lehman saw action in the Philippines. Upon returning to Pittsburgh following his discharge in 1946, Mr. Lehman again worked for American Metals, where he remained until he became a manufacturers' representative for several metal companies.
With the confidence that was the mark of the man, Mr. Lehman began his career as an investment capitalist and successfully bought and sold companies and made investments."Dad was a rugged individualist," Lehman-Kennel said. "He often said, 'If you made a dollar, you made a profit. Don't get greedy.'"
Another of Mr. Lehman's philanthropic endeavors was the support of the Western Pennsylvania Kennel Association, and he served on its board. He was a staunch supporter of the Republican Party, and he and his wife were contributors to not only The Carnegie, but also to Carnegie Mellon University.
An avid golfer, Mr. Lehman played regularly at the Westmoreland Country Club. He was also a member of the Concordia Club in Oakland, Duquesne Club, Harvard-Yale-Princeton/Pittsburgh Club and the former Allegheny Club in Three Rivers Stadium.
Joan Apt, a cousin of Jane Lehman, could easily attest to Mr. Lehman's sense of humor and to his generosity. "Everything Bud did, he did it with a smile. You never knew if he was having a good day or a bad day. When you asked him how things were going, he'd reply by saying 'ho, ho, ho.' It was his trademark."
Apt also recalled the personal care he gave to his wife, Jane, when she was in ill health. "Bud took good care of Jane. He was so thoughtful. I never heard him say an unkind word in their years of marriage." Mrs. Lehman died in 1999.
Mr. Lehman is survived by his daughters, Ellen Lehman-Kennel of Santa Monica, Calif., and Jo Brandt of England; grandchildren, Tyler and Peter Brandt; and sons-in-law, Charles Kennel and William R. Brandt. Services and interment are private. Arrangements by Ralph Schugar Chapel Inc.[6] 
Lehman, Alan George (I23267)
 
3139 While at Archives II, in MD, I found papers regarding the death
of "Jushua Dunsky, an American Citizen, in Jerusalem." They are
part of Record Group 59 (1910-1929). Case #367n. 113-Dunsky, Joshua.

According to the paperwork, dated Jan. 31, 1929, Joshua Dunsky, a
naturalized citizen, age 29, died at Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem
on Nov. 12, 1928. He drowned in the Dead Sea. He was buried the
same day on the Mount of Olives. His personal effects were given
to his father, Israel M. Dunsky, who lived at 14 Netzach Israel
Street, Tel Aviv, Palestine.

Also notified of Joshua's death was his mother, also living in
Tel Aviv (with Israel) and siblings Ben Dunsky and Malka D.
Flaten, 1035 Minister St., Detroit, MI and 356 South Goodman St.,
Rochester, respectively. 
Dunsky, Joshua (I5755)
 
3140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Green, Elizabeth (I16838)
 
3141 WHISPERING PINES - Mrs Helen F. Green, 96, of Whispering Pines, died Saturday, May 9, 2009.
Services: Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Friday, June 5, at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Pinehurst.
Survived by: Daughters: Pat Black and Liz; three grandchildren; and two great-grandsons.

Helen F. Green, 96, of Whispering Pines, died Saturday, May 9, 2009, at ManorCare Rehabilitation Center in Pinehurst.
Mrs. Green was born July 27, 1912, in Bronx, N.Y., to the late John A. Corey and Marie Becker Corey.
She is survived by her two daughters, Liz Green, of Whispering Pines, and Pat Black of Newark, Del.; two granddaughters, Jennifer Bondgren and husband ,Jay, and Deborah Henshaw, and husband ,Matt; one grandson, Michael Black; two great-grandsons, Joshua Bondgren and Kyle Henshaw. 
Corey, Helen (I16825)
 
3142 Wholesale Citrus Broker In Orlando; Worked For Food Fair In Phila. In Citrus, Which Sent Him To FL Where He Went Out On His Own./ Arost, Harold Frederick (I20085)
 
3143 Wickenburg Sun, Wickenburg, Arizona
August 26, 1976

Graveside services for Harriet J. Lauzon, 56, a nurse at the Wickenburg Hospital, were held Monday at the Shrine of Ages Cemetery at Grand Canyon.

Mrs. Lauzon, who came to Arizona 30 years ago, died Thursday in Doctors Hospital in Phoenix. She served 3½ years in the Air Force.

Survivors include her husband, Loren; a son, Robert, two sisters and a brother.
 
Silverstein, Harriett Julia (I4424)
 
3144 Wife of the late Jeffrey, mother of Kimberly (Michael) Hughes and Erik Shafran, sister of Rhona Kauffman, grand-mother of Stella Rose. Zeitz, Barbara (I10024)
 
3145 William Alfred Stern, a former volunteer and benefactor in St. Louis, died Saturday (Feb. 3, 1996) of infirmities at Gatesworth at One McKnight Place. He was 101 and had lived in Clayton.
For many years, Mr. Stern did volunteer work and supported Jewish Hospital. He was also a patron of the Missouri Athletic Club and Temple Israel congregation.
He was an avid golfer and played at the Triple A Golf Club in Forest Park until he was 90. At 89, he won a golf tournament for octogenarians at the club.
Mr. Stern was born March 22, 1894, in Pittsburgh and raised in Chicago.
From 1912 to 1916, he was a runner and set records for short distance running in the Amateur Athletic Union. He served in the Army Air Forces in World War I, and he played baseball and ran track for military teams. He also played amateur baseball in Chicago.
He moved to St. Louis in 1954, after retiring as a buyer at a department store in Little Rock, Ark.
The funeral service and burial will be private.
Mr. Stern's first wife, Lois Gottlieb, died in 1946.
Among the survivors are his wife, May Popper Stern; two daughters, Joan Abrams of Frontenac and Patsy Rubin of Peoria, Ill.; seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. 
Stern, William Alfred (I20865)
 
3146 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. 
Wolf, William B. Jr. (I10237)
 
3147 William Elbert Brown, 78, of Manquin, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 14, 2003. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Elva Hirsh Brown; three children, Rita Tippet and husband, Michael of North Carolina, William Scott Brown and wife, Tina of Georgia and Sherri Harris and husband, Shane of Mechanicsville; six grandchildren, Ricky and Andy Wicker, Chandler and Andrew Brown and Caleb and Megan Harris; one great-grandson, Devin Wicker; two sisters, Lillian Seagroves of North Carolina and Gladys Barnette of Manquin; one brother, Guy Brown of Delaware. Mr. Brown was retired from Overnite Transportation Company. The family will receive friends Saturday and Sunday, 4 to 9 p.m. at Emmanuel Tabernacle Assembly of God, 8026 Walnut Grove Road, Mechanicsville, Virginia, where funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Monday, August 18, 2003. Interment Signal Hill Memorial Park. Brown, William Elbert (I7991)
 
3148 William Lesser II, 87, of 405 North Hemlock Lane, Williamstown, died Friday, Jan. 23, 2004 in Naples, Fla., as a result of an automobile accident.Born in Albany, N.Y., on Jan. 26, 1916, he was a son of William and Marjorie (May) Lesser. He attended schools in Albany and graduated from Albany Academy. He also graduated from Williams College, Williamstown, with the Class of 1937.
Mr. Lesser was a decorated veteran of both World War II and the Korean Conflict, where he served as a navigator with the U.S. Air Force.
He was a longtime resident of Westchester County and New York City where he was employed in the hops and brewing sales industry and the packaging and displaying sales industry. He was last employed as the president of Eastern Packaging & Display Co. in New York City, retiring in the mid-1980s.
Mr. Lesser moved to Williamstown following his retirement. He was a member of the Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown and an avid tennis player. He was a former member of the Board of Directors for the Williamstown Youth Center. He was an avid sportsman.
Survivors include his wife, the former Barbara Berkman, whom he married in 1975 in New York City; a stepson, Steven Roth of Weston; two step-grandchildren, Joshua and Madeline Roth of Weston; a brother and sister-in-law, Richard and Kay Lesser of Orlando, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews. 
Lesser, William II (I8502)
 
3149 William Sidney Strauss, was the first born of Sidney Harold and Barbara (Walsh) Strauss on September 5, 1924. His youngest sister is Linda Strauss Hartsock. Bill's mother Barbara was a naturalized citizen of Canada. Bill's father Sidney was the only son of Flora and Abraham Strauss, department store managers since the turn of the century.Bill was born in Creston, Iowa but spent part of his childhood in California. He attended Lincoln High School in Creston, Iowa and graduated from Creston High School. Bill was a Captain and Pilot in the United States Air Force during World War II. He attended the University of Nebraska. In 1960, Bill and Betty bought The Crest Bootery at 106 N. Maple Street in Creston, Iowa. They later opened a ladies ready to wear store called, Coach 'n Four at 104 N. Maple Street next door to the shoe store.Bill married Betty Imogene Guthrie on May 31, 1947 in Creston, Iowa. At that time Bill and his father were partners in Sid Strauss Ready to Wear Store. On October 12, 1948, son Michael William was born. Michael graduated from the University of Iowa and died in November of 1978. On May 22, 1952, daughter Nancy Suzanne was born. Nancy also graduated from the University of Iowa. On June 19, 1976, Nancy married Dr. Michael Wells and to this union four children were born, Lucas Michael, Seth William, Megan Suzanne, and Joseph Robert.Bill was active in football and basketball in high school and has followed his athletic interest in golf, running, swimming, and tennis. He was active in community activities in Creston, and also served as President of the Chamber of Commerce. He loved hunting dogs and also their basset hounds.After Bill retired they rented and then built two houses at Lake Panorama, where they enjoyed golfing, boating, and spending time with family. They also owned a home in Arizona, where they spent winters for many years, eventually returning to making Lake Panorama their permanent residence. As wife Betty's health failed, she entered The New Homestead in Guthrie Center, Iowa. Several years later Bill made the decision to live in an Assisted Living Apartment at The New Homestead to be closer to Betty where he visited her everyday. Bill remained independent in his own apartment until late March 2015 at which time he sustained a fall and his health began to decline. He then entered The New Homestead Nursing Facility and regained his independence. He had a sudden decline of health and passed away on Monday, June 8, 2015 surrounded by his wife, family members, and loving caregivers.Bill is survived by his wife, Betty; sister Linda Hartsock of Creston; daughter, Nancy (Mike) Wells of Panora; Grandsons, Lucas (Emily) Wells and their children, Brady and McKinley; Seth Wells and Joseph Wells; and granddaughter, Megan (Joel) Pettit. He was preceded in death by his parents, son Michael, sister Carolyn (Roy) Jean Slezak, and brother-in-law Jim Hartsock.Bill was a good husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and a friend to many. He was always polite and concerned about others. He will be missed not only by family but by many friends. May he rest in peace. Strauss, William Sidney (I11147)
 
3150 WIlmington, NC
 
Millis, [Husband of Elizabeth] (I17081)
 

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