Ann Rowena Levine Obituary

Ann Rowena Levine December 25, 2019 Obituary Ann was formally of Worcester and Framingham and moved to Boca Raton, FL in 2004. She was a Loving daughter of the late Eber & Lillian Frem Levine. Loving sister of Ellen (Brian) O’Connell, Cherished Aunt of Emily (Scott) Berman of Franklin, MA., Joshua Gitelson of Hopkinton, MA.,…

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Madeline Traurig “Maddi” Sackel Obituary

Madeline Traurig Sackel “Maddi” December 23, 2018 Obituary Loving wife of the late Dr. Stephen Gary Sackel to whom she was married for almost 40 years. Adored mother of Shelley (Adam) Booken and Jodi (Rory) Schneider, Cherished grandmother of Sophie, Oliver and Caleb, Beloved daughter of Jacqueline & the Late Robert Henry Traurig, Sister of…

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Joseph H. Schwartz Obituary

Joseph H. Schwartz December 10, 2018 Obituary Adored father of Lynn (Julien) Amsil, Cherished Grandfather of Melissa and Max, Great Grandfather of Zachary. Loving partner in Life for the past 16 years of Iris Weingarten and her loving family. Daughters Susan (Bruce) Cohen and Elise (Ronny) Udelson. Grandchildren Brittany, Brandon, Blake, Courtney, Ryan, Hallie, great-grandchildren…

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Chanukah Reconsidered

Chanukah Reconsidered

Chanukah Every year we celebrate Chanukah without a lot of consideration for its larger message. Chanukah’s a fun holiday; but is there more to Chanukah than the relative fluff of giving gifts, playing with the dreidel, and eating latkes? As it turns out, Chanukah speaks to our modern-day American Jewish experience. Chanukah is all about…

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