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101 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dr. Ira Joseph Berman
102 Buried in Dundalk Rosalie Berman
103 North Point and German Hill Roads Rosalie Berman
104 Dallas Morning News, The (TX) - June 30, 1999
Deceased Name: Dallas cardiologist Walter Berman dies at 52
In 1970s, he founded rehabilitation clinic at Baylor University Medical Center
Walter Berman, a Dallas cardiologist and founder of the cardiac rehabilitation program at Baylor University Medical Center, died at home Sunday after a six-year battle with cancer. He was 52.
His funeral will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Emanu-El, 8500 Hillcrest Road in Dallas. Burial will follow at Temple Emanu-El Cemetery, 3430 Howell St.
Born in Jackson, Miss., Dr. Berman earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry in 1970 from Vanderbilt University. He later earned a medical degree from the University of Mississippi Medical School and did his residency in internal medicine at Baylor.
He served a fellowship in cardiology at University Medical Center in Jackson but returned to Dallas in the mid-1970s and established Baylor's cardiac rehabilitation clinic. The treatment, which consisted of exercise, diet and other health--related advice, was mostly unheard of at the time, family members said.
"Back in the 1970s, there was no such thing as cardiac rehabilitation," said his wife, Imogene Berman of Dallas. "If you had a heart problem, they would just tell you to go home and take it easy. Walter thought that was crazy."
Last month, the Baylor rehabilitation program was renamed in his honor.
Dr. Berman published medical papers during his career and treated several well-known local patients, including Tex Schramm and Mickey Mantle.
Friends described Dr. Berman as a highly respected and generous physician. For 26 years, he volunteered one week annually as a staff physician at the Henry S. Jacobs Children's Camp in Utica, Miss.
"That was a very important part of his life. He loved what it stood for," said longtime family friend Susan Hart. "It teaches values and morals. He felt it was a wonderful place for kids."
In addition to his wife, he is survived by his daughters, Rachel and Dorian Berman, both of Dallas; sons Joshua, Benjamin and Matthew Berman, all of Dallas; mother, Flo Berman of Jackson, Miss.; and sister, Susan Donn of Norfolk, Va. 
Dr. Walter Ira Berman
105 Selig P. (Bernie) Bernstein, a Korean War veteran, a poet and gardener, passed away on Dec. 19 at the age of 85. Devoted son of the late Ida and Alexander Bernstein; loving husband of Dorothy (nee Kaplan); beloved father of Philip, Paul, and Janet (Scott) Berry; adoring grandfather of Jaclyn and Camden Berry and Brendan Bernstein; dear brother of the late Irvin (Louise) Bernstein and the late Melvin Bernstein; cherished brother-in-law of the late David (Tovah) Kaplan; caring uncle of Lawrence, Jill, and Amy Bernstein. Service Monday, 12:30 PM at Weinstein Funeral Home, 111 Skokie Blvd., Wilmette. Interment Silverman and Weiss, gate 73. Info, 847-256-5700.Published in a Chicago Tribune Media Group Publication from Dec. 20 to Dec. 21, 2014- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/chicagotribune/obituary.aspx?pid=173534101#sthash.grXjANfm.dpuf Selig P. Bernstein
106 Only married a couple of years. Deceased. Mickey Binswange
107 died young (3 years old) Elaine Blumenfeld
108 Georgia Sandra Beverly Blumenfeld
109 Sandra (Sandi) Beverly Kaplan passed away peacefully at age 77 on September 2, 2018 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. 
Sandi was born on May 22, 1941 in New York, New York to the late Emanual and Lillian Blumenfeld.  She married her childhood sweetheart, David Kaplan, on September 23, 1960.  David and Sandra raised three Daughters on Long Island, and upon retirement, moved to Georgia in 2000 to be close to family. 
Sandi is survived by a loving and devoted family.  Her husband was her dearest friend and life-long companion.  Her daughters, Robin Westney, Pamela Cerneka, and Cari Johanson consider Sandi their closest friend.  Her Sons-In-Law, Jeffrey Cerneka and Derek Johanson are indeed her children.  Her cherished pride and joy were her grandchildren, Jake Cerneka, Carly Cerneka, Sydney Cerneka, Jack Johanson, and Ben Johanson.  She filled their lives with laughter and love.
Sandi had the ability and determination to make every stranger a friend and every friend feel like family. 
Visitation will be held at Hamilton Mill Memorial Chapel in Buford, Georgia on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM with a service to follow at 12:00 PM.  In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Atlanta Humane Society. 
Sandra Beverly Blumenfeld
110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dr. Robert Bober
111 Beatrice B. Silver
# Beatrice B. Silver of Gainesville died Tuesday. She was 78.

Mrs. Silver was born in the Bronx, N.Y., and moved to Gainesville in 1969 from Fort Rucker, Ala.

She was a secretarial stenographer for Silver Secretarial Services.

She was a member of Congregation B'nai Israel, where she was involved in Hadassah.

Survivors include her husband, retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Harold Silver of Gainesville; daughters Elyse Silver Larkin of Miami, Leslie G. Silver of San Jose, Calif., and Angel N. Silver of Gainesville; a son, Jan B. Silver of Gainesville; a sister, Pauline Drucker of Kensington, Md.; and six grandchildren.

Arrangements by Williams-Thomas Funeral Home in Gainesville. 
Beatrice Boehm
112 Married at Charles Oshinsky's house Murray Bogen
113 On May 24, 2012, Stanley Daniel Bond, beloved husband of Shirley Bond (nee Gamerman); devoted father of Mark and Amy Bond and Debra and Michael Kuntz; loving brother of the late Earle Bond and Elinor Levin; cherished grandfather of Stephane and Clifford Cone, Andrew Bond, Noah Bond, Taylor Kuntz and Kendall Kuntz.
Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane on Tuesday, May 29, at 1 PM. Interment Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Cemetery - Rosedale. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the charity of one's choice. In mourning at 3625 Anton Farms Road, Baltimore, MD 21208. 
Stanley Daniel Bond
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ryla Shawn Braemer
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brenda Brandon
116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Matthew Bratsch
117 The 1980 American Jewish Yearbook states that Rabbi Isadore Breslau was born in Kabilnik, Russia, on January 19, 1897. However, his military records indicate that he was born on January 20th the same year in Russia. He came to the United States in 1906. However, it is unclear when or where he met his wife, Julia. The War Department documents state that he had two children, however; reference is only found to a daughter Ruth who attended Goucher College.
Rabbi Breslau served in the United States Navy during World War I and graduated from New York University and New York State College, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. He continued his studies at Albany Law School and the Jewish Institute of Religion. He occupied pulpits at the Washington Heights Free Synagogue and the 82nd Street Synagogue, both in New York; Temple Israel in Waterbury, Connecticut and in Washington D.C.
He served as Director of the American Zionist Bureau for two years beginning in 1939 for the two-year duration of the Bureau’s existence. In 1939, he was also elected as an American delegate to the World Zionist Congress in Geneva. He was then appointed Executive Director of the Zionist Organization of America in 1940, a position he kept for almost two years.
Having headed the Louis D. Brandeis Zionist District of Washington for a number of years, Rabbi Breslau also served as the Chairman of the United Palestine Appeal of the Seaboard Region. He acted as Co-Chair for the United Jewish Appeal in Washington D.C. prior to his entry into and after his release from the Army. In addition, he was a member of the National United Jewish Appeal Executive and the Quota and Allocations Committee.
In 1943, he decided to re-enlist in the United States Military, this time to serve as a Chaplain and to learn more about the War effort from within. After ten months in Daytona Beach, Florida, he was assigned to the European Theater and became the first Jewish Chaplain in Berlin, Germany.
After his release from the United States Military, he served as Department Chaplain for the Department of the District of Columbia Jewish War Veterans of the United States. He continued his involvement in Jewish activities and organizations as President of the Jewish Community Council of Washington in 1953 and President of the American Association for Jewish Education, instrumental in the establishment of both.
In addition to being a Rabbi and Chaplain, Rabbi Breslau was also a very successful businessman. He and other investors founded the Mill End Shops in Washington D.C. His concern for the community led him to civic affairs and he served as the Chairman of the Bond Committee of the City of Washington. 
Isadore Breslau
118 BRODER-Norman D. On August 23 at age 86. Longtime volunteer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Beloved husband of Hannah and stepfather of Nan Lehmann and James Rothenberg. Devoted grandfather of Jill, Amy, Karen and Laurie. Services at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81st Street, Friday, August 25th, 12 noon. Contributions in his memory may be made to Jewish Childcare Association, 120 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005.

BRODER-Norman D. Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York records with deep sorrow the death of our cherished member, Norman D. Broder. To his family and loved ones we express our profound sympathy. May beautiful memory bring comfort to those who mourn his passing. Robert A. Bernhard, Pres. Herbert C. Bernard, Secretary
Edition: Late Edition - Final
Page: 21
Copyright 2000, The New York Times Company 
Norman D. Broder
119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Geraldine Brooks
120 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Merrill Mark Brown
121 killed in his grocery store Nathan Buchman
122 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. William S. Burak
123 On December 4, 2018, Marilyn Siegel (nee Caplan); beloved wife of the late Harvey Jerry Siegel; loving mother of Sherri Lynn (Paul) Weinblatt, Ilene Jill (Dr. Kenneth) Oken and the late Victor Miles Siegel; devoted sister of Rita (Bob) Fellerman, Ilene (late Frederick) Silberg and the late Myra Tocker; loving sister-in-law of Edwin Tocker, and Eileen (Stanley) Ginsburg; devoted daughter of the late Esther and Jacob Caplan; loving grandmother of Victor Miles Weinblatt, Erin Sarah Weinblatt (Greg Friedman) and Tyler Siegel Weinblatt, Rebecca Victoria Oken-Tatum (Paul Tatum), Dani Marissa, Molly Emma and Skyler Siegel Oken. 

Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane on Wednesday, December 5, at 2 pm. Interment Beth El Memorial Park - Randallstown. 

Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Ricky Siegel Scholarship Memorial Fund at Beth El Congregation, 8101 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21208. 

In mourning at 21 Emerald Ridge Court, Baltimore, MD 21209. 
Marilyn Caplan
124 Immigration record of 9/1935 says born 3/16/1903 in Baltimore Evelyn Carp
125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Marshall Carroll
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Thachary Carter
127 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stephen Cera
128 On Tuesday, May 4, 2004, AARON CHERRY; beloved father of Matthew Cherry of Annapolis, MD; dear father-in-law of Amy Cherry; devoted brother of Howard Cherry, Julius Cherry and Rae Cherry Taylor all of Baltimore, MD; devoted brother-in-law of Phyl Cherry, Marilyn Cherry and Ronald Taylor; loving grandfather of Alyssa and Mitchell Cherry; loving son of the late Matthew and Minnie Cherry (nee Polsky). Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and dear friends. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd. at Mt. Wilson Lane on Thursday, May 6, at 1 PM. Interment Hebrew Young Mens Cemetery, Windsor Mill Rd. Please omit flowers. In mourning at (Greengate), 7205 Verbena Road (21209) Aaron Cherry
129 Sun, The (Baltimore, MD) - October 25, 1995
Deceased Name: Bernard Cherry
a retired pharmacist who owned and operated a popular Northeast Baltimore drugstore where for a half-century he always had a story for his customers, died Monday of heart failure at Sinai Hospital. He was 81.
In 1938, Mr. Cherry opened Cherry's Prescription Pharmacy at Harford Road and Moravia Boulevard. In addition to filling prescriptions, he dispensed plenty of advice along with ice cream sodas and snowballs until he retired and closed the store in 1992.
"Was he a well-liked man," said Charles H. Edenfield, who first went to work for Mr. Cherry as a 16-year-old delivery boy making $1.25 per shift and later became a "fountain boy" and eventually a pharmacist there.
"We watched many generations of families walk through the store," Mr. Edenfield said. He worked in the store for 50 years and still works as a pharmacist at age 70.
"Bernie operated one of the last of the old-time Baltimore drugstores," he said.
Located at a No. 19 streetcar stop, the store attracted crowds that not only had prescriptions filled but lingered over a handmade milkshake or snowball while exchanging neighborhood gossip.
"We made our own syrups, and I think we had the best chocolate syrup in Baltimore in those days. We sold nickel Coca-Colas and snowballs and milkshakes for 35 cents. We made a hummer of a milkshake," Mr. Edenfield said.
Known as "The Mayor of Harford Road," Mr. Cherry supported an American Legion baseball team and never turned down a request from a local church or charity that was arranging a fund-raiser or bazaar. He also was known for encouraging his teen-age employees to get an education.
"Two-thirds of his fountain boys went on to become priests or ministers," said his son, Dr. Joel M. Cherry of Pikesville.
Polly Papania, who worked in the drugstore for 26 years as a self-described "jack of all trades," said, "He got the nickname of Dr. BooBoo from my husband, John, because he was always crying for his winnings from the racetrack. Those two were like brothers."
Mrs. Papania, a Hamilton resident, who described Mr. Cherry as "a fine man," said that for years the two families shared Christmas Day together.
"He was Jewish but loved Christmas. In fact, our families were so close that my children called him Uncle Bernie. It was such a pleasure to have known him."
Born and raised in South Baltimore, he was a 1932 graduate of City College and graduated from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in 1936.
He was a member of the city zoning commission, the Baltimore Retail Druggist Association, the Maryland Pharmacy Association, the American Pharmacy Association and the National Association of Retail Druggists.
He was a member of Bonnie View Country Club, Cassia Lodge No. 45 AF&AM and the Yetz Grotto. He was a member of Beth El Synagogue.
Services for Mr. Cherry will be held at 11 a.m. today at Sol Levinson and Bros. Home, 6010 Reisterstown Road.
Other survivors include his wife of 58 years, the former Dora Summers; a daughter, Linda C. Richman of Stevenson; five grandchildren; and two great-grand-children. 
Bernard Cherry
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Evelyn Cherry
131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gloria Cherry
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Helen P. Cherry
133 On October 22, 2009, Matthew Cherry , loving son of Jacqueline and Marvin Bernstein and the late Aaron Cherry; father of Alyssa and Mitchell Cherry; devoted brother of Ira Bernstein, Wendy Stanton, Erica and Geoffrey Byruch.
Funeral services and interment will be held at Anshe Emunah Aitz Chaim Cemetery - 3901 Washington Blvd, on Sunday, October 25, at 11 AM. Please omit flowers. 
Matthew Cherry
134 On February 16, 2017, Rae J. Taylor (nee Cherry), beloved wife of Ronald Taylor; loving mother of Allan (Diane) Taylor, and Marjorie (Roger) Shapiro; adored sister of Howard (Phyl) Cherry, Julius (Marilyn) Cherry, and the late Aaron Cherry; loving sister-in-law of the late Norman Taylor, and Harvey Taylor; devoted grandmother of Brandon (Fiona) Shapiro, and Lexi Taylor; adored daughter of the late Minnie and Matthew Cherry.

Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane on Sunday, February 19, at 11 am. Interment Oheb Shalom Memorial Park - Berrymans Lane. 

Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 405 Williams Court, Suite 120, Baltimore, MD 21220. 

In mourning at 4023 Rouen Road, Randallstown, MD 21133. 
Rachel J. Cherry
135 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Elizabeth Chodak
136 During the 1930s and '40s, Jules Chodak, the company founder, frequented book auctions and amassed a sizable collection of rare and out-of-print books pertaining to general Americana. He advertised his acquisitions in a series of catalogues and canvassed book dealers hoping to interest them in his hard-to-find titles. Trading as the Southern Book Company, he moved his office and stock out of his home to a location in downtown Baltimore, Maryland.

During the 1950s, Mr. Chodak's book dealership underwent two important changes. First, he narrowed the range and increased the depth of his interests from general Americana to genealogy, heraldry, and local history. Second, he went into the publishing business to accommodate the demand for out-of-print titles. In 1952, the Southern Book Company published its first book, the reprint edition of William M. Clemens' Virginia Wills Before 1799. The reprint segment of the business grew, and in 1959 Mr. Chodak changed the company name to the Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. (GPC). By the time of Mr. Chodak's death in 1968, publishing revenues were on par with sales of old books.
Over the next twenty years, GPC completed its metamorphosis to that of a specialty publisher. It ended its book dealership and liquidated its inventory of old books. Under the direction of Barry Chodak, Jules's son, and managing editor Michael Tepper, GPC emerged as the leading publisher of genealogical reference books and research manuals. Its 1973 publication of Val Greenwood's Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy set the standard for commercial book publishing in genealogy. Revised and updated through three editions, this work continues to be the reference book that U.S. genealogists reach for when they need assistance! Each year GPC publishes as many as forty original works in genealogy, written or compiled by experts in the field; it also reprints dozens of genealogical classics. Typically, GPC's emphasis is on early American genealogy, especially the colonial and federal periods.

Clearfield Company was established in 1989 to market and distribute GPC's overruns and remainders. Since the early 1990s it has also published original and out-of-print titles that have a slightly more specialized focus in the fields of genealogy, local history, folklore, and Americana. Clearfield publishes more than 200 titles each year, and it has made available more than 750 discount reprints that otherwise would remain out of print.

Over the years, GPC and Clearfield have published more than 2,000 books and CDs. Search or browse our titles. Return to our site daily to see what's new or on sale . Become an affiliate and earn a commission on books sold when your patrons click through to our site from yours. Contact our sister company, Gateway Press , for help with publishing your family history. Hundreds of Gateway Press publications, primarily family histories, have been incorporated into our online catalogue. 
Julius Chodak
137 On March 31, 2009, Kenneth S. Chodak devoted husband of Amber Chodak (nee Harbol); loving son of Mark Chodak and Carole Gould of Baltimore, MD, and Joan Saks of Boynton Beach, FL; beloved brother of Scott Chodak of Hobe Sound, FL, Jason Chodak and Susan Goosen of Baltimore, MD, Andrew and Kelly Gould of Baltimore, MD, Steven and Aluma Gould of Chicage, IL; loving grandson of Shirley (nee Abel) and Morris Chodak, Gertrude Garshman, and the late Valliere and Nathan Saks; also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Funeral services and interment will be held at Arlington Cemetery - Chizuk Amuno Congregation. N Rogers Ave, on Friday, April 3, at . Please omit flowers. Contributions in Kenneth S.'s memory may be sent to Beth El Congregation, 8101 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD (21208), The Edward A. Myerberg Senior Center 3101 Fallstaff Road, Baltimore, MD (21209), or the Jewish charity of your choice. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC. sollevinson.com 
Kenneth S. Chodak
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mickey Chodak
139 On October 9, 2007, MOLLYE (nee Chodak), beloved wife of the late William Sallow, devoted mother of Ronald Sallow of Owings Mills and Jacqueline Sallow of Los Angeles,Calif., loving mother-in-law of Sheryl Sallow, beloved sister of Morris Chodak, Mickey Schloss of Fla. and the late Shirley Chait, Sam Chodak, Jules Chodak, Betty Tepper and Dorothy Garfinkle. Loving grandmother of Jeremy Sallow, Harrison Sallow, Ivy Barron and the late Joshua Sallow, also survived by many generations of loving nieces and nephews. Interment in Hebrew Young Men’s Cemetery. Contributions to Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah Hebrew Congregation. Mollye Chodak
140 never married, but had child

or Harry Samuel?

California at time of sister's death 
Samuel Harry Chodak
141 twin to Mickie Shirley Chodak
142 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Son Chodak
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. David L. Cleveland
144 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Alex Cohen
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Charlene Iris Cohen
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Colby Cohen
147 On Friday, June 15, 2007 Esther C. Miller (nee Cohen) Beloved wife of the late Raymond Miller Loving mother of Marilyn M. Schloss of Baltimore, MD & Arnold I. Miller of Cortlandt Manor, New York Mother in law of Earl Schloss and Marilyn M. Miller Devoted sister of Morris Cohen of Cinci., Ohio and Zelda Naden of Baltimore, MD Sister in law of Miriam Cohen and Leroy Naden. Adored grandmother of Heidi McDonald and Ev Decker, Kenneth Bershtein and Michele Hopkins, Malka and Boruch Levine, Alan and Deidre Bershtein, Stephen M. Miller and Barbara Azcona, Eric M. Miller and Dani Schuller. Also survived by eight loving great-grandchildren.]
Services at Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc. 8900 Reisterstown Rd. at Mt. Wilson Lane on Sunday, June 17, 2007 at 1:00pm. Interment Bnai Israel Congregation Cemetery-3901 Southern Avenue. Please omit flowers, memorial contributions in her memory may be directed to Beth Israel Congregation 3706 Crondall Lane Owings Mills, Maryland (21117) or CISV 146 Meacham Ave. Elmont, New York (11003). In mourning at (Cobblestone) 30 Stags Leap Ct. (21208) thru Tuesday evening. (17) 
Esther Cohen
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Helene Frank Cohen
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jane Krieger Cohen
150 On January 7, 2011, JULIUS T. COHEN of Gaithersburg, MD. Beloved husband of the late Rose Cohen; devoted father of Jesse Cohen; loving uncle of Scott Himmelfarb, Jody Himmelfarb, Ann Spicer, Ken Spicer, Jonathan Himmelfarb, Debbie Applefield and Jessie Morgan; adored brother-in-law of Shirley Himmelfarb and Marilyn Himmelfarb. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 3 p.m. at DANZANSKY GOLDBERG MEMORIAL CHAPELS, INC., 1170 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD. Interment at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Gaithersburg-Washington Grove Volunteer Fire Department, 801 Russell Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. Arrangements by Danzansky Goldberg Memorial Chapels, Inc., 301-341-1400. Julius T. Cohen

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