DEATHS

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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.

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