Ronald L. Rosenbaum Obituary

Ronald L. Rosenbaum Obituary Distinguished bilingual real estate attorney Ronald Leslie Rosenbaum passed away on December 8th at his home in Boynton Beach, Florida. Ronald was born March 20, 1937, in Brooklyn, New York to Sophie and Hyman Rosenbaum, at a time when taking the trolley in the city only cost a nickel. He attended…

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Marilyn Rhoda Charnas

Marilyn Rhoda Charnas Obituary Marilyn Rhoda Charnas, loving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, passed away peacefully on May 4, 2024, at the age of 78. Marilyn was born on February 12, 1946, in Brooklyn, New York, to Henry Schifrin and Gladys Green. As a child, she lived with her mother and stepfather, Herbert Green in…

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Doris Swig Obituary

Doris Swig Obituary Doris Swig formally of Newton, MA passed away peacefully with her family by her side on April 30, 2024. The daughter of Esther & Louis Mintz of “Blessed Memory”. Doris was the loving wife of the late Sumner Swig, to whom she had been married for 34 years. Sumner passed away in…

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How Will You Be Remembered?

A mans hand holding a cardboard sign that reads What's Your Legacy?

How Will You Be Remembered? Key Questions to Define Your Legacy Developing a meaningful legacy begins with self-reflection.   Below are some important questions to help you shape how you will be remembered: Answering these questions can help you create a blueprint for a legacy that will endure long after you’re gone. Understanding the Elements…

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Sylvia Sonia Hamburger Obituary

Sylvia Sonia Hamburger Obituary Sylvia Sonia Hamburger, 96, of Boynton Beach, FL formerly of Franklin, Michigan, died peacefully on Sunday, April 14, 2024. Graveside services were held at Eternal Light Cemetery, Boynton Beach, FL on Tuesday, April 16, 2014. Family members include Beloved wife of 65 years to the late Dr. Stuart Hamburger.  Cherished mother…

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Nursing Homes Should Have Nurses

A nurse wearing blue scrubs is assisting a lady wearing a yellow dress use a walker.

I admit it. I am old-fashioned.   For some odd reason, I think that if a facility calls itself a “nursing home,” it should always have at least one nurse on the premises.   But, much to my surprise, that isn’t the case.   Is Having a Nurse Present Too Much To Ask? Under current Federal rules and regulations,…

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Myron Siegell Obituary

Myron Siegell Obituary Obituary Myron Ernest Siegell was born on November 7, 1941, and passed away on March 1, 2024. His parents, Benjamin and Pauline were of Romanian and Ukrainian descent and lived in New York City’s East Village. Myron grew up with his older brother Stuart and went to Flushing High School. He graduated…

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Sarah Naomi Benson Obituary

Sarah Naomi Benson Obituary Obituary Sarah was born on June 26, 1982, in New Haven, Connecticut to Deborah and Gregg Benson.  Her younger brother is Joshua Benson, and her younger sister is Emily Benson Chatzky. Sarah attended school in Waterford, Connecticut. In 2001, she moved to a group home run by the Jewish Association for…

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Richard Brock Obituary

Richard Brock Obituary Obituary Richard Brock was born in 1927 in Brooklyn, NY to Isaac and Ruth Brock. As a child, he attended yeshiva, followed by Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan. Richard served in the US Navy during World War II, from which he was honorably discharged. He received multiple degrees from New York University,…

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