Leon Benveniste died Sept. 3 at 91. Survived by wife Annette; daughter Dale; sister Shirlee Peha. Malinow & Silverman
Julius Braginsky died Sept. 1 at 84. Survived by sisters Shirley Bauer, Freda Huttenback. Hillside
Joan Brenner died Sept. 4 at 82. Survived by daughter Susan; son Howard (Lydia); 2 grandchildren; brother Alvin Goodman. Malinow & Silverman
Kenneth Brody died Sept. 5 at 74. Survived by wife Lana; son Mitchel (Tracy); 1 grandchild; sister Lynn. Hillside
Marjorie Cohen died Sept. 5 at 83. Survived by daughters Judith (Michael) Goldman, Jeri Serota; sons Lawrence (Ginger), Martin (Debbie); 7 grandchildren. Malinow & Silverman
Margareth Farbstein died Aug. 30 at 90. Survived by daughter Ellen (Phillip) Stein; son Mark (Hannah); 3 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; sister Skinny Wolf. Malinow & Silverman
Irwin Goldstein died Aug. 20 at 91. Survived by sons Howard (Brad), Stanley (Valerie); 2 grandchildren; brother Morton. Malinow & Silverman
Maxwell Gray died Aug. 26 at 25. Survived by mother Laurie; father Harrison; brother Charlie. Malinow & Silverman
Alik Khamudis died May 7 at 55. Survived by wife Victoria; sons Alexander, Daniel. Chevra Kadisha Mortuary
Rose Krieger died Aug. 26 at 83. Survived by husband Ronald. Malinow & Silverman
Daniel Rubin died Sept. 2 at 91. Survived by wife Clara; daughter Nancy (Kenneth) Goodfried; sons Howard, Jerome; 12 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. Hillside
Lilyan Schrenzel died Aug. 24 at 92. Survived by daughters Benay Brawley, Roberta (Bob) Feldman; 2 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Malinow & Silverman
Jeanette Wilk died Sept. 2 at 91. Survived by her daughters Francine (Willy) Blumhoff, Babette Wilk; 2 grandchildren; sister Beverly Brenner. Malinow & Silverman
Elaine Zelevansky died Sept. 4 at 90. Survived by daughter Nina; son Paul (Lynn); 2 grandchildren. Hillside
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