Stanley Weinerman 1918 - 2016


Obituary of Stanley Weinerman

WEINERMAN, Stanley, age 97, passed away at his home in Boca Raton, Florida on October 16, 2016. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he attended NYU, graduating with a degree in accounting. He was a World War II era veteran, serving stateside from 1942-46. In 1944, he met Edith Karger, who fled Nazi Germany, and immigrated to the United States in 1938. They married on April 8, 1945. He was a devoted husband to her for 71 years. His career as a textile salesman and executive for Cohn Hall Marx and United Merchants and Manufacturers spanned 42 years. He was an accomplished bridge player and jazz aficionado. He enjoyed listening to his favorite jazz musician, Oscar Peterson, until the last days of his life. He is survived by his son, Craig Weinerman, his daugther, Abbe Weinerman-Kalfus, his daughter in law, Leslie Weinerman, his son in law, Bobby Kalfus, and his grandsons, Eric and Evan Weinerman. We will miss his devotion to family, his wisdom, and most of all, his sense of humor. Private burial service will be on Wednesday, October 19. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Fisher House Foundation (for military veterans and their families).

Graveside Service

1:00 pm Wednesday, October 19, 2016
New Montefiore Cemetery
Wellwood Avenue
Pinelawn, L.I.,, New York, United States

Rabbi Ben Spratt

Final Resting Place

New Montefiore Cemetery
Wellwood Avenue
Pinelawn, L.I.,, New York, United States

Donations in Stanley's Memory

In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that contributions in Stanley's memory be made to: Fisher House Foundation 111 Rockville Pike, Ste 420 Rockville, MD 20850 If you would like to donate online, click on the link on the left side of this page.

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