South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday) : 2020-12-06

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7 Sun Sentinel | Section 2 | Sunday, December 6, 2020 Obituaries SunSentine­ | ssobits@SunSentine­ | 954-425-1010 To purchase an obituary: placeanad.sunsentine­ BBrowraerd­vCoaunrtyd BBrowraerd­vCoaunrtyd PBalmrBeea­vchaCroudn­ty Archer Jarrett Adams III and Paula White Adams Rose Parghamian Keeney Stephen R Barr Rose Parghamian Keeney, 87, of Hollywood, Florida, passed away on Friday, October 30, 2020 in Jacksonvil­le, Florida. Our Dearly Beloved Stephen Barr Passed away on December 2, 2020. He was known to all as a kind and good hearted man. HIs jovial nature will surely be missed by his friends and family. He worked for many years as a Social Worker for the City of New York attending to the needs of the downtrodde­n and unfortunat­e people. Upon his retirement he resided in Coconut Creek Florida. He was predecease­d by his Wife Terri Barr, Son Michael Barr, and Sister Barbara Kay. He is survived by Two Nieces and a Nephew. His extended family and friends greatly appreciate the countless kindnesses extended to him by his dearly treasured and valued companion of 22 years Helen Goldenberg of Tamarac Florida. We were all blessed to have known him. He will be interred at New Montefiore Cemetery in Pinelawn, New York. Archer “Jarry / A. J.” Jarrett Adams III, and his wife, Paula White Adams, both 76, of Boca Raton, passed away the weekend of November 13, 2020; together as always. They are survived by their daughter Melissa L. Adams, granddaugh­ter Brandi L. Katz and her husband Sean B. Katz, Jarry’s sister, Lisa Adams Bush and her husband Daryl G. Bush, and Paula’s cousin, Sally L. James. Jarry was born in San Antonio, Texas, and even though he moved here as a toddler, he remained a cowboy at heart, yet the water was always in his soul, be it the Bahamas with family or Delray Navy, or Loxahatche­e. Paula was born in Lake Fenton, MI, and moved here as a young girl. They met at Seacrest High School and then temporaril­y parted ways for college, yet it didn’t take long to be reunited and married at Cason United Methodist Church. Jarry had deep, longstandi­ng community ties to Delray Beach. He eventually took over the family business, Adams Chevrolet Company ( all the while answering the lure of the sea). Jarry made his contributi­ons to the community in his early days through Kiwanis, and later on through yearly donations to many meaningful organizati­ons. Paula was instrument­al in helping to integrate Seacrest during trying times, and to this day, she and her friend were in constant contact. Paula became the first, and at one point, longest- running patient care volunteer for what was to eventually become Hospice By the Sea, remaining true to her patients for more than half her life. She later realized a knack for watercolor and became heavily involved in the Palm Beach Watercolor Society. A Celebratio­n of Life will be planned in the future. Water brought them, kept them, and takes them together on their next journey. They will forever be deeply missed by family and friends. Rose is survived by her children, Anne Keeney Madsen and Gerald ( Jay) Walter Keeney, Jr. ( Caroline), grandchild­ren Sooltan Rose and Jack Douglas Madsen and Hayden James and Ava Caroline Keeney, sister Anne Parghamian Brasmer, and brother John ( Marie) Parghamian. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Gerald Walter Keeney, Sr., parents Arsen and Bytzar Parghamian, and infant brother Martin Parghamian. The detailed obituary and remembranc­es may be shared at www. dignitymem­orial. com. A joint memorial service celebratin­g both Rose and Gerry’s lives will be held at Hollywood Hills United Methodist Church, 400 N. 35th Ave., on Thursday, December 17th at 11: 00 a. m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hollywood Hills United Methodist Church in Hollywood, Florida. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Judith Ann Bialy Judith Ann Bialy, 83, of Davie, Florida, passed away on Saturday, December 5, 2020. Judy was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey on October 17, 1937. She graduated from Linden High School and worked for a bakery and then Seaboard Finance in Elizabeth New Jersey. Judy was married to Kenneth Stephen Bialy in May, 1964. They were married for 56 happy years. She enjoyed being a Mother, Wife and Grammy to her Granddaugh­ters. Judy is survived by sons, Scott and Glenn, daughters- in- laws Rebecca and Judith Anne, granddaugh­ters Bethanne, Grace and Reagan, and other family and friends. Judy is preceded in death by her husband Kenneth and her parents. A memorial service will be held at 3: 00 p. m. on Sunday, December 13, 2020 at Fred Hunter Hollywood Funeral Home, 6301 Taft Street, Hollywood, Florida, 33024. In lieu of flowers the family ask contributi­ons be made to the Schott Communitie­s in Cooper City, Florida. Please visit www. fredhunter­s. com for further details. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Sheldon Nassberg M.D., F.A.C.E. Charlotte, NC – Sheldon Nassberg, 79, passed away Thursday, December 3, 2020 with his wife, Kathi, by his side and under the devoted care of Hospice House of Southminst­er in Charlotte, NC. He was born August 24, 1941 in New York City, New York, the son of the late Henry L. Nassberg and Sophie Sobel Nassberg. Following graduation from Taft High School in NYC, Sheldon furthered his career at the University of Rhode Island and then George Washington University School of Medicine, where he earned his MD degree specializi­ng in endocrinol­ogy. He served as Major Sheldon Nassberg in the U. S. Army before he opened his private practice in Fort Lauderdale, FL, which was affiliated with North Ridge General Hospital, Diabetes Treatment Centers of America and Holy Cross Hospital of Fort Lauderdale, FL. Sheldon was an esteemed doctor for 45 years. He was a fellow of the ACE. He was known for his eclectic passion of oysters, guns, cars, dogs, Kathi, Belgian beer, clams and linguini. Dr. Nassberg is survived by his wife, Kathleen, Murphy Nassberg; children, Jacob Nassberg, Sarah Weiss ( Michael), Jacqueline DiCiacco, Lauren Machowski ( Michael); grandchild­ren, Noah, Joshua, Stellan, Cecelia, Giuliana, and Gabriella; sister, Myrna Small ( Walter) of New Yrok City; and nephews, Todd and Jamie Schlesinge­r. Due to Covid restrictio­ns, the family will celebrate Sheldon’s life privately. Condolence­s may be offered at www. harryandbr­yantfunera­lhome. com. In lieu of flowers, donations in Memoriam can be made to either: Palm Beach Watercolor Society c/ o Jimmy Walker 6442 Emerald Breeze Way Boynton Beach, FL 33437 Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Friends of the Loxahatche­e Refuge Box 6777 Delray Beach, FL 33482 Jeannette Bonhuil Coury On Thursday, December 3, 2020, Jeannette, 96, passed peacefully into the arms of Jesus at the Woodlands of John Knox Village in Pompano Beach, FL. She was born Jeanne Eugenie Bonhuil November 23, 1924 in Reims, France, to Maurice and Marguerite. She survived the Nazi invasion of WWII. Her father, a member of the French Resistance, carried secret papers in the soles of his shoes. As a teenager, she was temporaril­y separated from her family when she was forced to evacuate to the French coast in a cattle car with only 1 of her 2 brothers. A few years later, Philip Assaf Coury, an Army Captain with the Eisenhower Quartermas­ter Corps, swept her off her feet. They married just after the war on January 19, 1946 in Reims, then moved to Hopewell, VA where she became a U. S. citizen. They raised three children as she overcame the language barrier and earned a Masters in Psychology from VCU, where she went on to work until she retired in her sixties. She was a force to be reckoned with. Philip always said as he shook his head, “You don’t know what it’s like being married to a French woman.” In 1988, after 42 years of marriage, Philip passed into eternity with our Savior, Jesus. Jeannette moved to Oakland Park, FL and then John Knox Village in Pompano Beach where she continued to travel and volunteer for almost twenty years. Jeannette was preceded in death by her husband, her brothers Jean and Jacques, all seven of her brothers and sisters- in- law and a number of her nieces and nephews. She is survived by her three children Maurice Coury of Monterey, California, Gerald Coury of Edmond, Oklahoma and Patricia Hartman of Oakland Park, Florida, as well as seven grandchild­ren, Kristen, Nicholas, Matthew, Philip, Adam, David, and Hannah, and four great- grandchild­ren, Brian, Vincent, Andrew and Jason. No services are planned at this time. Please send any donations to the Resident Assistance Fund at John Knox Village Foundation at JKVFoundat­ion. com/ donation or call 954- 784- 4757. The family thanks the outstandin­g shabazim, aides, and nurses at the Woodlands for their amazing loving care, especially when we could not visit because of Covid. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Ronnie Frosch Age 62 passed away October 27 from corona virus at home in Colorado. Beloved son a and brother, predecease­d by mother Martha survived by father Burt and sister Perri and many relatives. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Jerry Paul Tamarkin Jerry Tamarkin died, at age 89, surrounded by his wife Kay and children Barry, Heidi and Robert. He passed resting peacefully and pain free at their home in Boca Raton, Florida after a brief battle with lung cancer. Jerry lived the way he died. He did it his way with dignity and respect for all, trying to take care of others instead of himself and most importantl­y with his family by his side as he always wished. Although Jerry and Kay spent their last 30 plus years retired in Boca Raton, his home was Youngstown, Ohio. He was born June 24, 1931 in Youngstown. He was the son of Ben and Pauline Tamarkin. After graduating from Lake Forest Academy, he attended Cornell University where he received a degree in Mechanical Engineerin­g. Immediatel­y following college, Jerry and his twin brother, Jack, reported to the U. S. Army where they served two years in the Signal Corps. Upon returning to Youngstown in 1956, Jerry joined The Tamarkin Company, where he became Vice- President of Marketing and Merchandis­e for their wholesale grocery business. Along with his twin brother and two cousins, they transforme­d the business into a large distributi­on company in addition to operating dozens of Valu King supermarke­ts in the Youngstown area before eventually selling to Giant Eagle. His life and memory will always be more than the success he had as a respected, honorable businessma­n. In addition to these accomplish­ments, his commitment to the community was unwavering. He served on the Congregati­on Rodef Sholom Executive Committee where he was on the board for 6 years. He spent 9 years on the Trumbull County Board of Developmen­tal Disabiliti­es. He served 3 years on the Fairhaven Sheltered Workshop Board. He served on the Trumbull County Vocational School Advisory Committee. He was part of the Board of Youngstown Area Jewish Federation and the Jewish Federation Family of Children Services Board. During his time in Boca Raton, he continued his service to others by driving cancer patients to appointmen­ts and helping 30 people research and sign up for the best medical plan available to their individual needs. Jerry was an avid golfer and bridge player. He was most proud of the fact that he shot his age 62 times with the first being at the age of 73. Besides his beautiful wife, Kay ( Leopold) Tamarkin, he leaves daughter, Heidi ( Mark) of Jacksonvil­le; two sons, Barry of Atlanta; Robert ( Marni) of Atlanta; and six adoring grandchild­ren; Brooke, Courtney and Jared Matey; and Lindsay, Sydney and Josh Tamarkin. He will now be reunited with his son Douglas, twin brother Jack and sister Arlene to look over all of us. The family requests that any memorial contributi­ons be made to The Building Fund at Rodef Sholom at 1119 Elm Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44505. The funeral service will be held at Temple Beth El for immediate family and via Zoom for all at 10: 30 on Monday, December 7th. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Mary J. Petrakos Petrakos, Mary J. passed away peacefully November 27, 2020. Survived by daughters Diane ( Tom) Harmon, Kathryn ( Tony) Bianco and Jeanne ( Robert) Greenberg, granddaugh­ters Samantha and Nicole Greenberg and aunt to many. Preceded in death by her loving husband Nicholas Petrakos, parents Stavroula and John Karamagian­is, siblings, Catherine Limperis, Elaine Olson and William Gianis. Mary, formerly of Chicago, resided in Florida since 1970. Her gentleness touched many hearts; she will be missed and loved. She was laid to rest in private funeral services. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Lisa Tringali On Monday, November 30, 2020, Lisa Tringali, loving wife and mother of five children, passed away at the age of 63. Lisa was born on January 7, 1957 in Fall River, Massachuse­tts to Joan Evans. On April 16, 1984, she married Joseph Tringali. The joy of her life was her children, Julie, Barret, Danny, Sara and Zachary, and her eight grandchild­ren. Lisa was best known for her kindness, compassion, and generous spirit. She touched the lives and hearts of everyone she met and never hesitated to lend a hand to anyone in need. She had a passion for music, gardening, and her family, which filled her days. Private services are planned. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Condolence­s may be made at: www. HorizonFun­eralCremat­ion. com Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Gerald Walter Keeney, Sr. Gerald Walter Keeney, Sr., 88, of Hollywood, Florida, passed away Monday, April 6, 2020 in Jacksonvil­le, Florida. Gerald was survived by his wife, Rose ( Parghamian) Keeney, children, Anne Keeney Madsen and Gerald ( Jay) Walter Keeney, Jr. ( Caroline) and grandchild­ren, Sooltan Rose and Jack Douglas Madsen, and Hayden James and Ava Caroline Keeney. He was preceded in death by his parents and younger siblings, Donald Keeney, Janet Krottnauer, and Eloise Cope. The detailed obituary and remembranc­es may be shared at www. dignitymem­orial. com. A memorial service celebratin­g his life along with his wife, Rose, will be held Thursday, December 17 at 11 a. m. at Hollywood Hills United Methodist Church, 400 N. 35th Ave. in Hollywood, Florida. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hollywood Hills United Methodist Church or the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Ann Marie Phillips Anna Marie DePaul Phillips, 92, of Davie, FL died Saturday 11/ 28/ 20, She was born 8/ 4/ 28 in Pittsburgh, Pa. She was a loving, caring wife, mother, and grandmothe­r. Burial will be held at a later date in Pittsburgh. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Every life story deserves to be told. Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries Every life story deserves to be told. Share your loved one’s story at /obituary Teri Jablow Share your loved one’s story at Teri Jablow- 76 of Coral Springs passed away Thursday. Teri was the beloved wife of the late Arnold Jablow. She leaves behind three children, their spouses and seven grandchild­ren. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Garden Club of Coral Springs c/ o Luanne Betz. A graveside Zoom service will be held Monday, December 7th at Beth Israel Memorial Chapel in Delray Beach. In partnershi­p with In partnershi­p with Please sign guestbook on www. sun- sentinel. com/ obituaries PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R PressReade­ +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . 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