2018-06-06 / Obituaries

OBITUARIES

HERBERT E. HORWITZ, of Black Hawk, CO, formerly of Cherry Hill, passed away on May 26. Husband of the late Elaine Horwitz. Father of Rhonda (Leonard) Horwitz-Romano and the late Eric (Katrina) Horwitz. Grandfather of Kamarah Horwitz. Brother of the late David Rosen and the late Beatrice Goldberg. Brother-in-law of Selma (late Daniel) Cohen and Rita Rosen. Uncle Herbie to Ilene, Jeffrey, Judi, Paul, Diane and Evie. Also survived by great-nieces and great-nephews. Contributions may be made to Cong. Beth El Habonim, www.bethelsnj.org/habonim or Bonai Shalom Synagogue, www.bonaishalom.org or Mt. Evans Home Health & Hospice, www.mtevans.org or Hadassah, www.hadassah.org. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.

DR. JEFFREY HOFMAN KRAMER, of Cherry Hill, passed away on May 18 after a two-year battle against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease). Jeff was born in 1955 in Quonset Point, RI to Albert Kramer and the late Eva Kramer. Jeff earned his undergraduate degree from Amherst College and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. During his time at Amherst, Jeff met Jane Schwartz Kramer at Hillel and Jeff and Jane were later married in 1978. Jeff graduated from New York University School of Medicine and completed his medical training at Stanford University and New York University. He was a partner of the Cardiovascular Associates of the Delaware Valley for 27 years, where he started and directed its innovative clinical research program. Outside of his work, Jeff enjoyed Jewish studies, travelling with his family, wine club with friends, discussing wide-ranging topics from politics to arts to sports, and pushing his physical fitness to his personal limits. Recently, Jeff helped develop the Temple Beth Sholom Bioethics Initiative, which will be named in his honor. He is remembered not only for his accomplished career, but also for the indelible mark he left on his patients, his friends, his family, and even those he met in passing. Jeff had a unique ability to make each individual feel like they were the only person in the room, an incredible intellectual curiosity, a charisma and smile that lit up the space, and an endearing humor that persisted even through his hardest days. He reiterated in his final moments how fortunate he was for the love that surrounded him. He is survived by his loving wife Jane; his children Rachel, Allie and Evan; his brother Ken; and his sister Judi. Contributions may be made to the ALS Hope Foundation https://www.alshf.org/donate/ and Temple Beth Sholom to Rabbi Lindemann Tzedakah Fund http://www.tbsonline.org/tribute/. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.

EVELYN LAZAR, 91, of Huntingdon Valley, PA., passed away on May 27. Wife of the late Bertram. Survived by daughters: Marlyn Burns; Jacquelyn Zimmerman and Andrea S. Lazar. Grandchildren: Rachel Burns; Matthew Zimmerman; Adam Blankenheimer; Rebecca Burns and Aaron Blankenheimer. Contributions may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Philadelphia, PA.

ARNOLD SINGER, MD, of Lakeworth, FL and Voorhees, passed away on May 19. Husband of the late Ruth Singer. Father of Allan Singer, Dr. Jodi (Dr. Albert) Sassoon, Marjorie (Peter) Ochroch and Robert (Jennifer) Singer. Grandfather of Rebecca, Alexander, Jacob, Jack, Danielle, Sam, Julia, Wesley and Lillian. Companion of Dolores Gingold. Contributions can be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation, www.- wish.org. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.

ALLAN SKLAR, of Cherry Hill, passed away on May 25. Husband for 61 years of Annette Sklar. Father of Holly (Steven) Herron, Mitchell (Dr. Shari) Sklar and Andrew Sklar (Lisa Edwards). Grandfather of Jonathan, Kate (Gary), Evan, Brett, Rachel, Jessica and Isaac. Brother of Robert Sklar. Contributions may be made to the Kidney Cancer Association, www.kidneycancer.org or BBYO South Jersey Region, www.katzjcc.org/ bbyo.org. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc. 

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