BECKER. Anthony (Tony). Darling Tony passed away peacefully. Loved by Shirley, adored by his children Tracy and Paul, along with Michael and Catherine, and his Gideon, James and Barclay. May he sleep well.
COHEN. Agi (née Skrek). Passed away on February 1, 2017. Beloved wife of the late Neville Cohen. Deeply mourned by her children Ricky, Nicole and Tanya and her eleven grandchildren. Elegant, creative, loving and kind-hearted. Agi will be sorely missed.
COHEN. Agi (née Skrek). Dearest sister-in-law, a friend, who will be so sadly missed by Ros, Clive and family.
COHEN. Agi. We are deeply saddened by the loss of our mechutanista. An elegant, clever person, we proudly shared our grandchildren with her and her late husband, Neville. Condolences to Richard, Nicole and Tanya.— Bernice, Ken and family.
DEMBINA. Jacqueline Rosalind. Much-loved by her children Lois and Andrew during her lifetime and beyond. Always a friend, we cherish our memories of her irrepressible kindness, positivity, did, including life’s challenges. We will always love her.
DEMBINA. Jacqueline Rosalind. We will miss our lovely sister, sisterin-law and aunt so very much. She was so very brave. Her artistic nature always shone through. Our love goes to Lois, Andrew and their families.— Sister Loretta, Michael, Gabrielle, Richard, Samuel and Sophie.
FELDMAN. Rose. Passed away on January 27, after a short illness. Now reunited with her ‘dear heart’ Alf. Missed by daughter Laraine, partner Ernest, nieces Isabel, and Helen and nephew Henry, family and friends. May her dear soul rest in peace.
FREEDMAN. Dr Louis. Passed away peacefully at home on Monday, February 6 (Shevat 10), aged 95. He will be greatly missed by his beloved wife Joan, to whom he was married for 67 years and by his sons Harry, Jeremy and John, sister Phyllis, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. A kind and gentle man of renowned wisdom, greatly admired and respected.
FULOP. Walter. 1922 - 2017. Beloved husband, father, grandpa and friend, who will be deeply missed. Funeral arrangements obtained from Powell Funeral Service, on to: The Association of Jewish Refugees.
HOFFMAN. Joy PhD. Died peacefully at home in Haifa, aged 93. Joining the Open Univeristy in its early years, when already in her 50s, she went on to gain a PhD, at Haifa Technion, where she worked as a Biology Research Scientist for many years and published more than twenty international research papers. She was resolutely independent to the last and will be sadly missed by all her family.— Tony and Maxine, Nick and Charlotte, Zoe and Paddy and great-grandchildren Milly, Flora and Charlie.
ISAACSON. Jack (Jacob Ziskind). August 28, 1936 - January 31, 2017. Born in Goodwood, South Africa. Jack was a true mensch and a gentleman, generous and positive in all he did. Beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend. He will be deeply missed.
KACZYNSKI. Marian Rita. Our beloved wife, mother and motherin-law passed away peacefully on February 1, 2017. After a lifetime of surviving cancer, Marian died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 82. She will be forever missed by her family and many close friends. Marian was loved and adored by all those who knew her. May her graceful and kind soul rest in peace.— William, Nicole, Tania and Martine Kaczynski.
KACZYNSKI. Marian. After 60 years of close friendship nothing will ever be the same. She will be greatly missed. Our sincere condolences to William, Nicole, Tania and Martine.— Paul and Paula, Julia, Ian and Jacqueline Marber.
KACZYNSKI. Marian. Happy memories of dear Marian. With love from all her friends at the Wednesday book club.— Joyce, Lucy, Rosalyn, Val, Sue, Margaret and Sandy.
LEVEN. Barbara Alecia. My darling wife has now gone to her eternal We had 56 wonderful, happy years together. May she rest in peace.— Her ever-loving husband Michael.
LEVEN. Barbara. Our darling mum, mother-in-law and grandma sadly passed away so suddenly. She was always thoughtful, caring and loving to all her family and so kind to everyone she met. We will all miss her very much. May she rest in peace.— Debra, David, Larry, Natasha, Lauren, Daniel and Chloe.
LEVEN. Barbara (née Marks). Saddened by the sudden passing of our sister and aunt, Barbara. We will miss this warm, loving and smiling lady. We will carry the memory of her in our thoughts always. May she rest in peace.— Ruth and Stuart, Elliot, Alex, Sarah, Daniel and Grant and all their families.
LEVEN. Barbara. Our dear cousin, a fount of family history, and a gentle, clever and caring lady. She will be greatly missed but always remembered. Our love and sympathy to Michael, Debra, David and Ruth at this sad time.— Barbara and Keith, Lesley and Martin and families.
LEVEN. Barbara. Dearly loved sister-in-law of Doreen and Alan, and a special aunt and great-aunt to Jonathan and Michele, Joanne and Paul, Richard, James, Sophie, Daniel and Adam. She will be sorely missed by all the family. Our thoughts go out to Michael, Debra, David, Ruth and Peter.
MICHAELS. Beverley. I am devastated by the loss of my her battle against which she fought with such bravery and dignity. Our eighteen years together was all too short, but I was blessed with the love of a truly great woman, whom I adored. She always put others before herself. Everybody loved her, everbody will miss her. Our fabulous memories will be with me always. My heart is broken.— Andrew.
MICHAELS. Beverley. Our beautiful, elegant, fabulous mum has been taken from us. She was a truly great role model to us. A fantastic mum, always there for us. She was loved by everyone she came into contact with. She will be in our hearts forever.— Charlotte and Natasha.
MICHAELS. Beverley. My darling daughter Beverley, there will never be a day that I will not miss her with all my heart. She was a tower of strength to me. I hope she is resting in peace with her beautiful mother, Joan.— Love forever, Dad.
MICHAELS. Beverley. Rarely have we been gifted with such a kind person in our lives. She touched all our hearts and will be dearly missed by all of us.— Love always, Lloyd, Olivia,
MICHAELS. Beverley. After a brave has been taken too soon. Always the most elegant lady in the room, ready with a smile and a sympathetic ear. We will greatly miss her generous, kind and caring nature.— Chloe and Jonathan.
MICHAELS. Beverley. We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of our brave, elegant and kind grandma Bevels. She was beautiful inside and out and we will cherish our many happy memories forever. She fought her cruel illness with such rest in peace.— All our love, Grant,
MICHAELS. Beverley. The most wonderful sister and aunt, who devoted her life to her family. She will be sadly missed and remain in our hearts forever.— Howard, Chantal, Oliver, Jamie, Isaac and Joshua.
MICHAELS. Beverley. A lady, in the true sense of the word, beautiful, sophisticated, intelligent, kind, giving and caring. She has left a huge void in our lives and a terrible and unfair loss to our Uncle Andrew, who we love dearly. May her spirit live on forever and her memory be an inspiration to us all.— Lisa and Adam, Craig and Tamara and Scott and Sam.
MICHAELS. Beverley. Our beloved sister-in-law. So brave, strong and inspirational, who fought her illness whilst continuing to always give the utmost love and care and support to everyone. Taken from her lovingly devoted husband Andrew and family much too soon. Deeply mourned by Michelle, Paul and family.
MICHAELS. Beverley. A lovely and elegant lady taken from her devoted husband Andrew. So young, may she rest in peace. Our thoughts are with Andrew, Natasha, Charlotte, Howard and Harold.— Coral and John Lawson.