Obituaries

Obituaries

View our most recent obituaries for our Rochester and Victor locations.
1942 - 2021

Posted by:
Earl and Kathy

Posted on:
March 23, 2021

Jeremy and Rebekah words cannot express how shocked and deeply saddened to hear of your mother's passing. Our most sincerest sympathy goes out to both of you and your families. We did see you on the Brighton Memorial site.

Posted by:
Sharon Garelick

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

Rebekah and Jeremy, I was touched by your eulogies for your mother. She used to call me her twin since our birthdays were the same day. I wish that I could console yo and help to heal your wounds but mere words are just band aids. I lived in Toronto until I was 16 but met your mother when she was a child. The Zlotnicks like in a duplex on Avenue D. My aunt and uncle lived upstairs. There are so many memories that I would like to share with you but not here. I shall remember your mother fondly. Love...Sharon Garelick

Posted by:
Ruth Steinberg & Family

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

Our heartfelt sympathy to you on the passing of your Mother/Grandmother. We will always remember your Mother/Grandmother for her friendliness, kindness, cheerfulness, and wonderful smile. Your Mother/Grandmother welcomed our family with open arms into the Temple Beth Am family, when we came to Rochester in 1992. Her infectious smile always brought a ray of sunshine into the room, no matter what the weather was outside. Your Mother/Grandmother's many contributions and generous time given to Temple Beth Am have left a wonderful and rich legacy. It was a true honor and pleasure to have known your Mother/Grandmother and she will be much missed by our family.

Posted by:
Dan and Lesley Glowinsky

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

We were deeply saddened to hear of Suzy’s passing. Both of your parent’s were so welcoming and kind to us when we moved to Rochester and joined the Beth Am community. We have fond memories of working Bingo with Al and baking rugelach With Suzy but most of all we remember them both as smiling happy, generous people. Our deepest condolences.

Posted by:
Ronna Marsh

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

Rebecca and Jeremy, I have such fond memories of your mom. Her kindness and welcoming ways always made my family feel welcome. The world was blessed to have had her in it. She remains a model for all to emulate.

Posted by:
Don Coons

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

Susan took a piece of our hearts when she moved to Philadelphia three years ago. A more loving, kind, and caring person would be hard to find to replace the likes of Susan. Carmen and I will miss her terribly. It won’t be long before we meet again dearest friend and most beloved neighbor. May you and Allen Rest In Peace and love forever. With love and gratitude for having known you Sue, Donald & Carmen Coons

Posted by:
Amy Walker

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

Sending you lots of love and comfort, we are so sorry for your loss. Please know you are in our thoughts, and in our hearts. May her memory be a blessing. Love, Amy, Lexy & Gabby

Posted by:
Caryl Weiss

Posted on:
March 21, 2021

Richard and I extend our deepest condolences for your loss. We were neighbors of the Zlotnicks and lived across the street on Hillside Avenue. We have so many great memories of the entire family. Susan and Eileen were our babysitters!! Many Star Market stories were also shared with the family through the years. Jeff, we extend to you our concern and love as you being the sole survivor of your family now. Big role to assume. Don't know if you are still in Syracuse. I moved back to Rochester after getting divorced. Happy to be living here. Although we don't know Susan's children and grandchildren we know Susan was a shining star in your family. Caryl Levinson Weiss and Richard Levinson

Posted by:
Judy Hinman

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

I only knew Suzie for a few years, but feel like I have known her for a lifetime. We felt a bond because I am also from Rochester and we had fun comparing stories. Her bright smile, her positive attitude and her fun loving ways will be sorely missed.

Posted by:
Linda Lowenstein

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

Hi Rebekah and Jeremy, Just saw the notice in the D&C. Brings back many memories. My sympathies and condolences to you and your families. She was a good woman and we shared fun times together especially in Sisterhood. May your memories keep you strong. My best to you all.

Posted by:
Judi A. Flanders

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

Jerry and I knew Sue for many years. She was so nice and welcoming. She is not gone and is watching. She will know she was loved by her family and friends.

Posted by:
Martin L. Eichman

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

I am very sorry Sue passed away. She was a very sunny and positive and a wonderful person.

Posted by:
Charles Cleary

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

Remember your mother well. We always enjoyed our times with her and your Dad. Many years ago we celebrated Seder with all of you and your Moms parents. What a wonderful memory. We will keep all your family in our prayers.

Posted by:
Gabi and Sam Rind

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

So sorry to hear of the passing of your mom, we always enjoyed your dads and her company, playing Mah jongg with her and see them at social occasions, we will miss her smile and sense of humor. May her memory be for a blessing.

Posted by:
Reenie & Fran

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

Your Mom and Grandmother, Sue so sorry We loved her so very much ! she was a strong and sweet woman! Always kind and Fun to be around ! Sue loved the Casinos and playing Mahjong . Traveling And She loved eating out and laughing and enjoying her family and Friends ! We are both very sad to learn about Sue . 4 ever Sue and Alan will be in our hearts ! LOVE Reenie & Fran Levy

Posted by:
Barbara and Sam Waldman

Posted on:
March 19, 2021

We are very sorry about your loss. Our condolences goes to you and the whole family. Sue was a special lady. Barbara and Sam Waldman

Posted by:
Jordan Rosner

Posted on:
March 19, 2021

Jeremy and Rebekah, Aunt Suzie was an amazing woman and I'm lucky to have spent wonderful times with her and will cherish the memories. Everything from her laugh, to cooking with Alysia, to scolding Eileen to relax to stories of old Rochester. Love you both, Doug, Ahn and the three boys. Jordan

Posted by:
Carol & Ron Schott

Posted on:
March 19, 2021

Jeremy & Rebekah and families, We are shocked and saddened to here of Sue’s passing. We remember how she always had a smile on her face. Our deepest sympathies on your loss.

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