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851 Petition for Naturalization says DOB 9/15/1895, Annopol, Russia Weinstein, Esther A. (I4564)
852 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Himelfarb, Sheldon J. (I294)
853 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Aronson, Jay D. (I2353)
854 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Smith, Cameron Cotter (I1764)
855 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Grossman, Leia Gabrielle (I3121)
856 Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - May 2, 2003
Deceased Name: Estelle Bleiman -- Retired teacher, 72
Estelle Bleiman, 72, of Wyndmoor, a third-grade teacher in Philadelphia for more than three decades, died of a myocardial infarction, a heart condition, Monday at Abington Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Bleiman received a bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Pennsylvania in 1952 and a master's in education from Temple University in 1956.

She taught at Kirkbride Elementary School in South Philadelphia from 1952 to 1956; Spruance School in North Philadelphia from 1956 to 1960; and McCloskey Elementary School in Mount Airy from 1965 to 1990.

From 1990 to 1999, Mrs. Bleiman served as financial secretary of the Sisterhood at Beth Tikvah-B'nai Jeshurun in Erdenheim.

She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Gerald; a son, Bruce; four grandchildren; and a sister.

Services and burial were yesterday. 
Gumerman, Estelle Bernice (I3424)
857 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Himelfarb, Jennifer Lynn (I8)
858 played bridge when he got older with Ada Naiman Livingston, Paul S. (I1196)
859 possibly Rishon Kiev Litwack, Clara (I1592)
860 Preceded in death by husband, Albert H. Herman; her parents, Harry & Minnie Weinberg, and sister, Sylvia Oseroff.
Survivors include son and daughter-in-law, Israel & Marjorie Herman; daughter and son-in-law, Lynne & Donald Sandler; brother and sister-in-law, Jesse & Esther Weinberg; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
Graveside services conducted Wednesday, September 26, 2007. 
Weinberg, Carlyn (I1361)
861 probably never married. mental problems Berger, Eva (I4561)
862 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mull, Michael Thomas (I713)
863 RA 4/19/18 pvt, Gas Def Serv CWS Cleveland Ohio, Hon disch 12/17/18

lived @ 2047 Fleet

Invented Nyafat 
Proser, Aaron (I2230)
864 rabbi? Kappalman, Samuel or Sinai (I1074)
865 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Himmelfarb, Rachel (I2665)
866 Rebecca Ritchie, general counsel of Univera Healthcare in Buffalo, knows how a diagnosis of breast cancer can change lives. She's the tenth member of her family to personally deal with the disease. She lost her mother and two sisters to breast cancer.
So I write a lot about the breast cancer experience, Ritchie admitted as she discussed her success as a playwright. The Shiva Queen is based in large part on my sister Susan's death and what her husband was going through. The disease doesn't just affect the one diagnosed. It affects all relationships.
She added that cancer survivors respond positively to the dark humor in her plays.
As a survivor, I use humor both to make the cancer experience accessible and to satisfy my own need to control a situation that is largely out of my control, she said.
Ritchie finds the creative endeavor of writing a source of pure pleasure.
The ability to create a central character who changes for the better in the course of confronting her mortality is transformative - for the playwright and the character. It offers the promise of hope.
A National Reputation
Twelve of Ritchie's plays have been produced on stages across the United States. The Shiva Queen and A Personal Exchange were produced in Western New York, New York City, and Bloomfield, Mich. Her comedy/ drama, The Crustacean Waltz, was a co-winner of the 1998 Helen Mintz Award and also won an Artie Award as the outstanding new play of the 1998-99 Western New York season.
Her comedy, Buying a Brassiere, provides insight into the emotions of a recent breast cancer survivor shopping for her first post- mastectomy brassiere. It had a workshop production at Polaris North in New York City, premiered at The Alleyway Theatre in Buffalo and was produced in Seattle by a women's theater group.
My plays have been or soon will be produced in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Florida and Massachusetts, Ritchie revealed. Of course most of them have made at least one appearance in Buffalo - at the Buffalo Ensemble Theater, the Alleyway Theatre, the Franklin Street Theater and Daemon College Little Theater.
Four of her plays have been produced in the workshop atmosphere at Polaris North. Her one-act comedy, In The Beginning, was produced at the 29th Street Theater in New York City, and has been included in the American Literature syllabus at the University of Oviedo in Spain. It was also published in Facing Forward, an anthology of one act plays and monologues by women.
Ritchie credits much of her playwriting success to her teacher and mentor Emanuel Fried.
In 1989 I took Manny's Western New York Playwrights Workshop, she said. I kept retaking the workshop for about 4.5 years, working with the feedback and learning more and more about a well-made play.
Born In Baltimore
Ritchie grew up in Baltimore, one of three daughters of a Russian immigrant. She attended Goucher College, with a dual major in English and education.
I was prepared to teach and had an offer at a prestigious high school, Ritchie said. But I also had an opportunity to work in public relations at the Maryland Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice, and it offered better pay.
Within a few months Ritchie was running the public relations office and observed that the young attorneys (all male) who were working there made nearly three times her salary. That's when she decided that law school would be her next step.
From 1971 to 1974, Ritchie attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was a founder of The Law School Forum. Asked what she particularly liked about law school, Ritchie was quick to say: Stafford D. Ritchie II - a law school classmate.
After finishing law school, Ritchie went to work for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in Washington and married her law school sweetheart.
I worked for Allie Latimer who was a terrific mentor in both career and personal matters, Ritchie said. She was innovative, concerned and supportive.
Ritchie had her first child (Stafford Duff Ritchie III) while working at the GSA, where she first served as assistant counsel for the National Archives, working on the Nixon Papers litigation, and later as Freedom of Information counsel until she became pregnant with her second child.
Back To Buffalo
Ritchie's husband is a Buffalo native and in 1981 decided it was time to return to the family business as vice president and general counsel. The family business was Cavages Records, founded by her father-in-law Carl Cavage, with 28 stores between Buffalo and Syracuse. (With major changes in retail, many Cavages stores were closed or sold, and Ritchie's husband went into private practice in 1994.)
With the move to Buffalo, Ritchie focused on her family, giving birth to another son (Thompson Cavage Ritchie) in 1982 and a daughter (Glynis Ann Ritchie) in 1984.
Ritchie's mother-in-law had been a staff writer for the Buffalo News women's pages and suggested that Ritchie get in touch with her former editor.
I sent in a sample story and when the envelope came back, I just assumed it was a rejection and I didn't even open it, said Ritchie. However, it turned out to be a request to do an article on unique houses, and that was my break to become a stringer for the Buffalo News.
In addition to writing for the local newspaper, Ritchie earned bylines in the Washington Post, Arts and Antiques Weekly, Childbirth Educator and other niche publications.
For seven years I stayed home and wrote and I wasn't really looking for work but a friend told me that they needed a writer at a local health maintenance organization, she explained. I came in for three interviews. I really liked the company but I wasn't ready for a full time job so I asked them to let me know if a different opportunity came along.
The general counsel immediately offered her a part-time counsel position at Univera Healthcare (then Health Care Plan.) She went back to work in September 1988. As her children grew, her work schedule increased and she went full time in 1994.
Other Stage Productions
It was during those early days at Univera Healthcare that Ritchie started attending Fried's playwright's workshop. An Unorthodox Arrangement won Ritchie her first Artie. Other stage works include the monologue, Picking Up His Socks, and the historical play, The Gratz Delusion, about a Jewish American feminist.
Rachel Calof is a one act play based on a true story of an 18- year-old mail-order bride who came from Russia in 1894. Taking place on the North Dakota plains, this production is about the power of ritual and the promise of independence.
Currently, Ritchie is working on a one act play appropriate for a 90-year-old lead.
Manny Fried still acts, but there aren't a lot of parts for a man in his 90s, Ritchie said. So he commissioned me to write something for him and his acting partner, Rosalind Cramer.
Excerpts from Ritchie's plays have appeared in numerous publications, including Best Stage Scenes of 1997; Best Stage Monologues for Men of 1998; and Best Women's Stage Monologues of 1998.
It's rather ironic, she added, in my law career, confidentiality is of the utmost importance. In my playwriting, it is critical to tell the absolute truth about everything that touches the human condition. 
Thompson, Rebecca P. (I2700)
867 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sand, Margaret Louise (I698)
868 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kessler, Dr. Michael (I257)
869 Retired salesman Services for Charles R. Bardoff, a retired wholesale appliance and advertising salesman who had helped operate a family hardware business in Hampden, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Danzansky-Goldberg Memorial Chapels in Rockville.
Mr. Bardoff, a Baltimore native, died Sunday of emphysema at his home in Silver Spring. He was 64.
He retired about one year ago as a salesman for the Zamoiski Co., where he had returned to work in the late 1980s. He had been on that company's sales staff from the late 1950s until the mid-1970s.
Between the two periods with Zamoiski, he was vice president of the Douglas Distributing Co., a Washington appliance firm. He was in the advertising business with his own agency in Washington for a time and later sold for an agency in Los Angeles. Before joining Zamoiski, he was a partner in Bardoff's Hardware Store, a Hampden business started by his father.
Mr. Bardoff was a graduate of City College. He served in the Army during the Korean War.
He enjoyed golf as a member of the Greencastle Country Club in Silver Spring. He remained a Colts fan after he moved to the Washington area.
He is survived by his wife, Edith M. Bardoff; one son, Michael Bardoff of Baltimore; one daughter, Gina Jarboe of Hyattsville; two sisters, Frona Bardoff Allen of Baltimore and Rosa Lea Finstein of Pikesville; one brother, Morris Bardoff of Los Angeles; and one granddaughter, Stacey Lutz of Hagerstown.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Jewish Social Service Hospice in Rockville. 
Bardoff, Charles R. (I4050)
870 Riverside Cemetery has date as 4/4/1966 Roshinsky, Rebecca (I1262)
871 ROSE - On December 19, 2003, SUNDA (nee Miller), beloved wife of the late Robert L. Rose, loving mother of Francine Adler of Rochester, N.Y., dear mother-in-law of Rabbi Raphael Adler, adored sister of the late Paula Franklin, loving grandmother of Robert, Efraim and Benjamin Adler, beloved aunt of Dr. Richard and Joyce Franklin, and Mindy and Malcolm Halliday. Beloved great-aunt of Pamela, Melanie and Jennifer Franklin and Paul, Megan and Kevin Halliday. Interment in Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery. Contributions to Jewish Family Services, 5750 Park Heights Avenue, 21215 Miller, Beatrice (I156)
872 Ruth Himelfarb passed away on Wednesday, March 22, 2006. Funeral services will be held Friday, March 24 at 10:30 a.m. graveside at the Shaarey Zedek Cemetery. Longer obituary to follow. Published in the Winnipeg Free Press on March 23, 2006 Schwartz, Ruth (I2784)
873 Ryan Edward Kabatchnick, 24, died untimely on June 3, 2012. Funeral services will be held at Temple Emanuel in Greensboro, NC on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 2:00pm with Rabbi Fred Guttman officiating. Interment will follow at Greensboro Hebrew Cemetery on High Point Road in Greensboro. 
Ryan was a 2010 graduate of NC State University School of Engineering and the School of Business Management where he was Valedictorian in both schools. He also majored in both Computer Science and Economics and minored in Accounting. He was also inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Ryan is survived by his parents, Ruth and Craig Kabatchnick; a sister, Rebecca Kabatchnick; and his grandmother, Lilian Fink of Rockville, MD. 
Shiva services will be held Wednesday and Thursday evening at 5:45pm at the home of Ruth and Craig Kabatchnick, 2542 Brandt Forest Ct., Greensboro, NC. 
Memorial contributions may be made to Compassionate Friends, c/o Annette Workman, 504 Woolwine Ct., Stoney Creek, NC 27377. 
Forbis and Dick Guilford Chapel is assisting the Kabatchnick family.
Read more here: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/newsobserver/obituary.aspx?n=ryan-e-kabatchnick&pid=157936000&fhid=6501#storylink=cpy 
Kabatchnick, Ryan Edward (I4659)
874 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pagan, Sam (I374)
875 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gorin, Scott Alexander (I4469)
876 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. 
Blumenfeld, Sandra Beverly (I3236)
877 Sarah's husband was married once before. Oser, Sarah (I1108)
878 sat shiva @ 3403 Bancroft Rd. Needle, Samuel (I1346)
879 SE Washington Himelfarb, Abraham Jerome (I95)
880 Section C-6 Row 7 Site 8 Kitt, Gertrude (I4067)
881 Section C-6 Row 7 Site 8 Kaplan, Milton (I4062)
882 See listing for Shmuel Sidelsky, she was a homemaker Sidelsky, Dveire (I1526)
883 Self employed real estate analyst. Died at GWU Hospital Himmelfarb, Morton (I120)
884 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 Bernstein, Selig P. (I2942)
885 SELIGMAN, Maxine Maxine Seligman, 74, of Marietta, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, August 14, 2013. Born on July 1, 1939, to Marjorie and George Stone, of blessed memory, she lived in Atlanta almost all her life and cared for patients as a dental hygienist for almost 40 years. Maxine is preceded in death by her loving husband of 29 years, Preston. She is survived by her daughters, Natalie Ross (Ralph Jordan), and Beth Seligman; her son, Craig Seligman (Tracy); her grandchildren: Preston, Grace, Sarah-Anne and Brooke; and her brother, Stanley. Maxine loved her children and loved her grandchildren even more. An online guestbook is available at www. edressler.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Temple Sinai, 5645 Dupree Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30327, www.templesinaiatlanta.org. Graveside services will be held 12:00 PM TODAY, Friday, August 16, 2013 at Greenwood Cemetery with Rabbi Bradley Levenberg officiating. Arrangements by Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999.Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Aug. 16, 2013 Stone, Maxine (I2163)
886 served in navy in Pacific Himmelfarb, Arthur Robert (I113)
887 Service #827 76 30 Rathell, William Jerome (I4958)
888 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Grossman, Seth (I3120)
889 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dwyer, Ethan Israel (I4253)
890 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Betty (I4992)
891 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Himelfarb, Sheldon J. (I294)
892 Shirley Friedlander
On September 23, 2016, Shirley Friedlander (nee Gamerman); beloved wife of the late Yale Friedlander; devoted mother of Beth (Harvey) Hyatt, Robert (Susan) Friedlander, and Dr. Richard Friedlander; dear sister of the late Bernard (Leslie) Gamerman and Bertha (David) Himelfarb; loving daughter of the late Jacob and Lillian Gamerman; cherished grandmother of Josh Hyatt, Bradley (Shawn) Hyatt, Kathryn Hyatt, Philip (Nicci) Hyatt, Lisa (Dean) Geber; adored great grandmother of Avi, Tessa, Lily and Colin Hyatt. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.

Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane on Sunday, September 25, at 9 am. Interment Anshe Emunah Aitz Chaim Cemetery - 3901 Washington Blvd. 

Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Covenant Guild Inc., c/o Lois Balser, 2 Highstepper Ct. #604, Baltimore, MD 21208. 

In mourning at 1 Slade Avenue, #601, Baltimore, MD 21208, Sunday and Monday. 
Gamerman, Matilda Shirley (I782)
893 Shmuel Sidelsky , the son of Pesach , Feitel Sidelskys oldest son.
He was listed on an arrest list in 1941 as being an office worker. His arrest no was 226 and his wifes arrest no was 227. This arrest list was of the people of Kelme. Also on this arrest list were a number of Milners who were related.
Shmuel appeared to be working for Efroim Milner who I think was my grandmothers brother. 
Sidelsky, Shmuel (I1498)
894 Sid was the best husband to Sally, brother to Beverly Binder, father to Aimee Levin Weiner (Elliott Weiner) and Ira Levin (Julia Bordenaro), grandfather to Ian Kay (Claire Ferguson) and Emily Kay, and great grandfather (Papa the Great) to Oliver John Kay.
Beloved by all, Sid was everyone’s rabbi / guru. He was a pillar of the Miami community. His civic contributions were varied and numerous over the course of many years, including being the Secretary of Commerce for the state of Florida.
The Memorial Service will be held at 11:30 am on Friday, March 22, 2019 in Lakeside Memorial Park and Funeral Home. The family will be receiving visitors at the Levin Residence in Weston on Friday, March 22 from 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm, on Saturday, March 23 from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm, and on Sunday, March 24 from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm. 
Living (I2201)
895 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kronstadt, Jonathan Lee (I426)
896 Social Security Death Index No 103-14-2872
H 138 E 37th or 380 Brooklyn 
Goffenberg, Israel Isadore (I610)
897 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Orsini, Francine (I3317)
898 Sol Landau, 94, of Atlanta, passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 22, 2011. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 48 years, Dorothy; and is survived by his children: Robert Landau and his wife, Sheila; Donna Sylvan and her husband, Jim; Sheila Margolis and her husband, Mike; Debra Miller and her husband, Richard; brother, Dave and his wife, Fran; grandchildren: Brad and Lindsey Margolis, Amanda and Greg Walling, Brian and Elanor Miller, Meredith and Geoffrey Gartner, Jessica Margolis, Allison and David Lazarus; and great-grandsons: Grayson Margolis and Sutton Walling. A graveside service was held September 23 at Greenwood Cemetery with Rabbi Neal Sandler officiating. Landau, Sol (I2130)
899 Solomon Rusen who passed away on December 10, 1999 at the age of 43. Mr. Rusen, a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, was called to the Bar in Manitoba on August 9, 1985. He practised law in Winnipeg for four years before returning to Ontario. Rusen, Solomon (I2818)
900 somehow we also had 2/29, Poland as birthday info Miller, Abraham (I1637)

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