Frieda Ugent obituary

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Frieda Ugent obituary - Dora Golden Dora Golden (nee Zembrosky), 79, of...
Dora Golden Dora Golden (nee Zembrosky), 79, of Long Beach, Calif., died March 23 following a lengthy illness. illness. Born in Elroy, Wis., and raised raised in rural Wisconsin, she lived for many years in Milwaukee with her husband Ben, a realtor. In the mid-'50s mid-'50s mid-'50s they moved to California, where she became active in Hadassah as well as several synagogues including Congregation Emanu-El Emanu-El Emanu-El of San Diego. Golden is survived by her husband, Ben; her sons, Sheldon Sheldon of La Habra, Calif., and Linn of Morgan Hill, Calif.; her grandchildren, Jeffrey, David, Gregory, Cheryl and Francine, all of California; and her sisters, sisters, Mary Zembrosky, Jennette Horowitz and Celia Gratz, all of Milwaukee. Funeral services were conducted conducted March 27 at San Diego's Home of Peace Cemetery. Rose Gollin Rose Gollin (nee Kramer), a resident resident of the Milwaukee Jewish Home, died on March 28 at the age of 83. Born in New York, she married married here in 1918, moved to New Jersey, and returned to Milwaukee in 1976. She had been involved at the Beth-Am Beth-Am Beth-Am Center. Gollin is survived by her husband, husband, Edward; her children, . Beatrice (Allen) Settel of Palm Harbor, Fla., and Mel (Barbara) Shikora of Whitefish Bay; her sister, Ruth (Leo) Geller of Milwaukee; and her grandchildren, grandchildren, Joan, Joseph and Jonathan Shikora of Whitefish Bay, and Brad and Diane Settel of Palm Harbor. Services were held at Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Funeral Home. Rabbi Francis Barry Silberg officiated. Interment was at Second Home Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the Milwaukee Jewish Home would be appreciated by the family. Albert I. May Albert I. May, a resident of Milwaukee for more than 40 years, died in San Diego on March 25 at the age of 83. Born in Russia, May came to Milwaukee in 1917. In 1920 he founded the Star Wholesale Meats Co. and he remained in the business for 40 years. While in Milwaukee he was a member of Congregations An-shai An-shai An-shai Lebowitz and Emanu-El Emanu-El Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun and was involved in B'nai B'rith and various Zionist Zionist organizations. He left Milwaukee in 1960 at the time of his retirement and settled in San Diego. May is survived by his wife, Rose (nee Ostrow); his children. Helen (Milton) Padway of Milwaukee Milwaukee and Marcia (Ernest) Sielaff of Phoenix; eight grandchildren; grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. greatgrandchildren. The funeral and burial were held in San Diego. Memorial contributions to Congregation Congregation Sinai would be appreciated appreciated by the family. Frieda Ugent Frieda Ugent (nee Mullen), a in 4k native of Montreal who came to Milwaukee as a little girl, died on March 30 at the age of 78. She was an active member of Temple Menorah and had been a volunteer at the Milwaukee Jewish Home. She is survived by her husband, husband, Julius; her sons, Donald Frank Ugent of Redondo Beach, Calif., and Alvin (Beverly) Ugent of Bayside; her brother, Sam (Mildred) Mullen of Fox Point; and five grandchildren. Services were held at Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Good-man-Bensman Funeral Home. Rabbis Isaac and Gil-Ezer Gil-Ezer Gil-Ezer Lerer officiated. Interment was at Anshai Lebowitz Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Reva L Vinikiene Reva L. Vinikiene (nee Frei-man), Frei-man), Frei-man), a resident of the Milwaukee Milwaukee Jewish Home, died March 22 at the age of 79. Born in Lithuania, Vinikiene joined her sister in Chicago in 1970, ending a separation of 35 years. The two sisters moved together together to Milwaukee where they had four years together before Mrs. Vinikiene's sister died. Mrs. Vinikiene spoke five languages when she arrived in this country and did interpretation interpretation work for a number of people. She became and American citizen while a resident at the Home. She was a member of Congregation Congregation Anshe Sfard and belonged to the Beth-Am Beth-Am Beth-Am Center and the Jewish Community Center. She is survived by her nieces, Hannah Wolfe of Chicago and Molly (Dr. Edwin) Sanchick of Glendale. Service were held at Goodman-Bensman Goodman-Bensman Goodman-Bensman Funeral Home. Interment Interment was at Waldheim Cemetery, Cemetery, Forest Park, 111. Memorial contributions to the Milwaukee Jewish Home would be appreciated by the family. Jo Wolkomlr Jo Wolkomir (nee Thompson) died March 30 at the age of 71, following a lengthy illness. Born in Milwaukee, she went to Kenosha as a young child where she met her husband-to-be, husband-to-be, husband-to-be, husband-to-be, husband-to-be, Maurice. . i M if 1 1 jCwMK.t. New Buy-Beck Buy-Beck Spring Hill Cemetery grave selection in advance confidence and peace Spring Hill Cemetery "buy-back" policy. Any Jan. 1, 1982 who later Milwaukee can request For additional Michael D. Schuman, 229 L Wisconsin (414) LEASE A

Clipped from The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle08 Apr 1983, FriPage 10

The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)08 Apr 1983, FriPage 10
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