Good & Welfare

The Board and Trustees of Congregation Beth Chaim wish to extend their sincerest condolences to the families of the following individuals upon their passing:

Betty Judson, mother of Andy Judson


In honor of the yahrzeit of Mark Lederman

Jennifer & Sidney Davis

Dov Fund

In memory of Jerry Greenberg

The Bizenov Family

In memory of Betty Judson

The Bizenov Family

Bob Gilbert Memorial Fund

In honor of Rachel Kaufmann becoming Bat Mitzvah

Andi & Joe Silien

In honor of my niece, Rachel Kaufmann, becoming Bat Mitzvah

Doug Gilbert

In memory of Charlotte Arlick

Les Nagler

Rabbi Blum’s Discretionary Fund

In honor of the birth of Ty Diamond, grandson of Wayne & Jill Canastra and son of

David & Devon Canastra

Joni & Ken Freedman

Rabbi Wisnia’s Discretionary Fund

Thank you, Rabbi Wisnia

Lisa Halberstadt and Family

Thank you to Judith & Richard Meyer, Denise & Arnold Landry, Betsy & Darma Ie, Leslie & Gary Fox and Sharon Hoffman-Manning & Michael Manning for the Purim baskets

Isabelle Selikoff

In memoriam of Samuel Sternberg, father of our congregant Charles Sternberg

Susan & Robert Busch

In memory of Brenda Cramer Miller

Shelley & Howie Miller and Family

In memory of Anita’s father, Marvin Gettner and David’s mother, Sylvia Grueneberg

Anita & David Grueneberg

In memory of Pauline Schwartz

Rochelle & Steve Schwartz

Religious School Fund

In memory of Mary Belsky, beloved mother of Brenda Tanzman, grandmother of Jill Matthews and great-grandmother of Isabel, Jake and Josh

Susan & Ed Bershad

Sisterhood Stoller Scholarship Fund

In memory of Lee Naar, grandfather of Judy Loeb

Mindy & Michael Shedler

Yahrzeit Fund

In memory of Ilya’s father, Joseph Ben

Nadia & Ilya Ben

In memory of Benjamin Sutz

Barbara & Miles Ettman

In loving memory of Linda & Stanley Trott and Martin Bizenov on their yahrzeits

The Bizenov Family

Prayer Books Purchased

In memory of Betty Judson, mother of Andy Judson

The Laermer Family


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