Edward Dunn Snyder Obituary

Edward Dunn Snyder Obituary Obituary Edward Dunn Snyder, devoted husband, brother, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, passed away peacefully in West Palm Beach, FL on Wednesday, January 10, 2024. He was two months shy of his 99th birthday. Born in Uniontown, PA on March 10, 1925, Ed was the dedicated son of Sophia and Jackson Snyder,…

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Leonard Stephen Sheiner Obituary

Leonard Stephen Sheiner Obituary Obituary Leonard Stephen Sheiner passed away on December 14, 2023. He was born on January 21, 1940, in the Bronx, NY to Jean and Bill Sheiner. He was one of four children: Sheridan (deceased), Joan, and Ronald. He attended the High School for the Performing Arts where he learned to play…

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Elizabeth Leizerman Obituary

Elizabeth Leizerman Obituary Obituary Elizabeth Leizerman passed away on December 11, 2023. Elizabeth was born in Toledo, OH to Charles and Virginia Boyer on February 27, 1952. She graduated from McAuley High School in 1970. Elizabeth married E.J. Leizerman on September 20, 1975, and they proceeded to build a law practice while raising their three…

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Jarrod Michael Bresky Obituary Obituary Jarrod Michael Bresky grew up in Woodfield Country Club in Boca Raton with his parents, sister, and all four grandparents. Growing up he enjoyed playing tennis and golf. As a child, he had a dynamic and energetic personality. He was a straight-A student all through high school and went on…

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Funeral Homes Don’t Care Enough To Proofread Their Websites

Blanket with the Virgin Mary marketing to the Jewish community

I was surprised and offended when I visited Beth David Funeral Home’s website yesterday.   Beth David prominently uses Catholic/Christian symbols to market to Jewish customers.  This is a blatant disregard for the sensibilities of their primary Jewish clientele. Beth David’s offense isn’t isolated; a cursory investigation revealed similar offending discrepancies at Eternal Light Cemetery,…

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There is new cure for Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle cell disease are you at risk? with a Yes and No check box.

As long as I can remember, Sickle Cell Disease was a fatal disease that robbed its victims of quality of life before eventually killing them. Approximately 100,000 Americans live with this disease.   Just last week, we cremated a young woman and mother of two who died of Sickle Cell Disease. She suffered her entire life from extraordinary…

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Sol Leon Resnik Obituary

Sol Leon Resnik Obituary Obituary Sol Leon Resnik, 93, of Deerfield Beach, FL, passed away peacefully on November 11, 2023, in Boca Raton FL. He was born to Fannie Priest Resnik and Bezalel Nathan Resnik in Providence Rhode Island. He was a childhood polio survivor, a graduate of Classical High School, and the University of Rhode…

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Adjusting Holiday Traditions After a Loss

Fall table setting with pumpkins, fall flowers and a Grateful and Blessed wooden plaque.

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and we know that for families that have suffered a loss, the prospect of an empty chair at the Thanksgiving table is a terrible prospect.  It is tough to be joyful and give thanks when your heart is being ripped apart.   How to Deal With the Death of a…

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Uncover the Truth: How Private Autopsy Services Can Provide Closure

Man reading an autopsy report.

Losing a loved one is an experience that leaves many questions unanswered, especially when the cause of death is uncertain.  During these challenging times, people often seek closure and peace of mind by understanding the circumstances surrounding their loved one’s passing.  Private autopsy services offer a unique and comprehensive approach that can help uncover the…

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