Passed away at age 99 on June 10, 2021 and will be buried next to his beloved wife of 55 years, Arlene Mack Karin. In addition to Arlene, Mr. Karin was pre-deceased by his parents Ike and Bertha Karinsky, his brother David Karin, and his sister Ida (Earle) Sanders.
The ultimate family man, Mr. Karin was very proud of his children and grandchildren, who included his children, Bonnie (Peter) Miller & Daniel Karin; grandchildren, Brian (Rosa) Miller & John (Meredith) Karin. Also important to him were his close friends, Donald & Pauline Miller, Carolyn Vitale, & Phyllis Cohen. The Karin’s were charter members of Temple Beth David in Irondequoit and were often active in temple activities. Mr. Karin was a proud World War II veteran, having served in the United States Army in Guam and Saipan in the Pacific Theater. He was pleased to participate in an Honor Flight mission to Washington, D.C. in 2018. Mr. Karin will be best remembered by those who knew him as a genuine and caring man, quick with a family story, and a true “mensch.”
His family would like to thank Giselle, Shewit, and the rest of the caring staff in Cottage 3-1 of Jewish Senior Living, & Laurie, and her warm colleagues at Strong Hospital’s Comfort/Palliative Care Units.
Graveside Services will be held privately in Stone Road Cemetery. The service will be available to watch after Wednesday at the bottom of this page.
Family & friends are invited to honor Morris Karin’s life at 191 Highland Parkway on MONDAY, June 14, 2021, from 2-5 PM. [CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS].
In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be sent to Honor Flight Rochester [LINK] or Lollypop Farm/Humane Society of Greater Rochester [LINK].