2014-08-06 / Obituaries

OBITUARIES

EDITH BERAN, of Cherry Hill, died on July 12. Wife of the late Milton Beran. Mother of Ronald (Cheryl) Beran, Kenneth Beran, and Robin (Ralph) Hummel. Grandmother of Jeffrey (Stacey) Beran and Daniel Beran. Great-grandmother of Claire and Mae. Contributions can be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

SUE FRIEDMAN, of Cherry Hill, died on July 14. Mother of Debbie Brodeur and Jill Friedman. Grandmother of Cameron Brodeur and Rio Brodeur. Sister of Ruth (Marvin) Shectman. Contributions can be made to the American Heart Assoc., www.heart.org.

ADELLE GLISSEN, of Dedham, MA, formerly of Voorhees, died on July 17. Wife of the late Arnold Glissen. Mother of Marushka Glissen. Grandmother of Jeremy Glissen-Brown and Gabriel Noah Glissen-Brown. Contributions can be made to Facing History,www.facinghistory.org/ get-to-know-us/give.

MILTON “MICKEY” GOLDSTEIN, 95, of Marlton, died on July 26. Survived by Adele Goldstein. Contributions can be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

VALERIE LEVINSON KRAMER, of Cherry Hill, died on July 14. Mother of Samuel Kramer. Wife of Jonathan Kramer. Sister of Melody (John) Fiorentino, Jenny (Timothy) Notestein and Jacob Levinson. Contributions can be made to the ALS Assoc. Greater Phila. Chapter, www.alsphiladel phia.org.

HARVEY LEVIN, of Cherry Hill, died on July 13. Husband of Hedva Levin. Father of Ivy (Ronald) Glass, Jeffrey (Karen) Levin, Hana (Michael) Stein, Marc Levin and Rikki Werner. Brother of Murray Levin, Robert Levin and Frederick Levin. Also survived by 10 grandchildren. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He was a Mason, a member of Merchantville Lodge #119 F&AM, and a Shriner. He was the past Potentate of the Crescent Shrine, past Commodore of the Yacht Club, a member of the Royal Order of the Jesters Court #64 and the Court Director, and the Camden County Shriner Club Past President. He also volunteered for the Variety Club Telethon. Contributions can be made to Shriners Hospital, www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org.

ROBERT W. LUPO, of Boise, ID, died on July 17. Husband of Loretta Lupo. Father of Carol (Jon Beyer) Lupo, Marcella (Glyn) Brattan and Jennifer Lupo. Grandfather of Lael and Turner Brattan. Brother of Murial (Salvatore) Russotto and Stanley (Betty) Lupo. Also survived by three stepchildren, four step-grandchildren and three nieces and nephews. Contributions can be made to Chabad Lubavitch of Idaho, 3813 W. State Street, Boise, ID 83703.

ROBERT OLIN, of Voorhees, formerly of Cherry Hill, died on July 16. Husband of Joyce Olin. Father of Ken (Gerri) Olin and Laurie (Ed) Bean. Grandfather of Dale (Nina) Olin, Brian Olin and Amanda (Ryan) Davis. Greatgrandfather of Phillip. Brother of Carl Olinsky and the late Saul Olinsky. Contributions can be made to Dementia Advocacy and Support International, www.dasinternational.org or Temple Emanuel, 1101 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003.

SYLVIA SANDLER, of Cherry Hill, died on July 23. Wife of Milton Sandler. Mother of Cheryl Sandler Jones.

BERNARD “BUDDY” SITNICK, of Merion Station, PA, died on July 18. Brother of Jordy (Linda) Sitnick of Cherry Hill. Uncle of Rick (Aimee) Sitnick and Amy (Seth) Auerbach. Great-uncle of Jeremy, Sophia, Andrew, Julia, and Abby. Contributions can be made to Golden Slipper Ctr. For Seniors, 257 E. Lancaster Ave., Ste. 200, Wynnewood PA 19096.

JOSEPH WEINBUCH, of Springfield, NJ, died July 24. Born in Kurov, Poland in 1924, he was forced into the difficult circumstances of the Holocaust. During the Holocaust, Mr. Weinbuch escaped to the woods and while surviving on his own eventually joined an underground movement to help liberate concentration camps. Only Joseph and his brother David survived the war. Mr. Weinbuch came to the United States in 1949 and met the love of his life, Doris Fulda, soon after. He established a thriving business and began a beautiful family in New Jersey. Mr. Weinbuch is survived by his three daughters, Rita Davidson Barnea of West Orange, Lorraine Marks Fields (Robert) of Boca Raton, and Debbie Weinstock (Perry) of Cherry Hill; his nine grandchildren; and his four greatgrandchildren. .

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