Category Archives: Yahrzeit
EDITOR’S NOTE: Adapted from a blog on the web.
Walter Greenspan was a Jewish resident of Great Falls, MT, and Jerico, NY. He passed away on August 13, 2012, at 66 years of age, after a sudden illness.
Walter was born in Brooklyn, NY, on December 20, 1945, to Jack and Beatrice GREENSPAN. He had a keen wit and an astute mind. He was formerly a commodities analyst. Walter was also involved with Metro NY Genealogy for the past decade. He is survived by two adult twin daughters.
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Allan Bruce Silverstein, 59, of Great Falls, a detention officer, died of natural causes Monday, March 12, at his home. There will be a gathering at Croxford Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Thursday, to proceed to the Old Jewish Cemetery, where a graveside service will be held. Rabbi Chaim Bruk of Chabad Lubavitch of Montana will officiate at the funeral and gravesite service.
Allan was born June 28, 1952, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He graduated from G.W. Hewlett High School in Hewlett, N.Y., went to Miami University, and also went to the University of Montana in Missoula.
In 1980, he married Jodi Cantor in North Woodmere. They divorced in 1992. In 1999, he married Kelly Daily in Great Falls. They divorced in 2007.
Allan is survived by sons Errol, Andrew and Daniel Silverstein; sisters Bonnie Shiner and Sheree Cohen; and brothers Michael Silverstein and David Silverstein.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Herman and Laura (Daskal) Silverstein
“The Best Dad Ever” Allan Silverstein was one of a kind. His unconditional support of the most majestic dreams was the breath of his selfless devotion to family, love and truth. The sincerity of this free spirit, who lived for everyone he loved first, putting their needs before his own, made the world a better place – always. In his compassion, he was perfect. We will love him forever and ever.
“Love you, you’re greatest, always be that way in my heart.”
Ann Grobosky and her husband Mark are traveling back to New York on vacation to visit family. En route, they received the news that Mark’s younger brother, Eric Grobosky, died suddenly on Monday, May 16, 2011, at the age of 42. Burial will take place in upstate New York. We extend our sincere condolences to the Grobosky family.
Maurice Weissman; 4/16/91; 2 Iyyar, 5751; Father of Jerrold Weissman.
Ada Handler; 5/1/80; 15 Iyyar, 5740; Grandmother of Wendy Weissman.
Bessie Stiegler; 5/23/98; 27 Iyyar, 5758; Aunt of Nadyne Weissman.
Bette Weissman; 5/29/10; 16 Sivan, 5770; Grandmother of David Weissman.
Albert Nagel; 6/4/10; 22 Sivan, 5770; Uncle of Meriam Nagel.
Minnie Goldberg; 6/8/83; 27 Sivan, 5743; Grandmother of Jerrold Weissman.
Claire Hochfeld Meyer; 6/10/58; 22 Sivan, 5718; Mother of Diane Sherick.
Samuel Thall; 6/10/92; 9 Sivan, 5752; Father of Terry Thall.
Sigmund Oppenheimer Meyer; 6/11/86; 4 Sivan, 5746; Father of Diane Sherick.
Rhoda Barrett; 6/17/00; 14 Sivan, 5760; Cousin of Nadyne Weissman.
Charles Cohn; 6/21/30; 25 Sivan, 5690; Father of Arlyne Reichert.
Zollie Kelman; 6/23/08; 20 Sivan, 5768; Husband of Evelyn Kelman.
Morris Goldberg; 6/25/55; 5 Tammuz, 5715; Grandfather of Jerrold Weissman.
Regan Holsclaw; 6/27/70; 23 Sivan, 5730; Son of Arleen Heintzelman.
Lillian Nagel; 6/16/99; 2 Tammuz, 5759; Aunt of Meriam Nagel.
Irving Langsam; 7/3/91; 21 Tammuz, 5751; Father of Helen Cherry.
Hilda Schandelson; 7/17/00; 15 Tammuz, 0; Mother of Arny Schandelson.
May the Source of Peace be a comfort to all who mourn.
Ram’s Horn policy for printing yahrzeit memorials:! Yahrzeit memorials will be listed if the Jewish month on which the yahrzeit falls matches the Jewish months falling on the same English month as the date of the issue. If the Jewish month is unknown, memorials will be listed if the English month of passing matches either the same English month or the two surrounding English months of the date of the issue. In addition, yahrzeit memorials will be listed in each issue for one calendar year following the date of passing.
Yahrzeit memorials are taken from the Aitz Chaim yahrzeit list, maintained by the Ram’s Horn. Any corrections, additions or deletions to this list should be sent to the Editor, at email@example.com.