In Memory Of…

GAIL “GISELA” BAER, died February 13, 2010. Beloved widow of Heinz K. “Karl” Baer; mother of Harvey (Petra) Baer of Atlanta, GA, Joyce (Benjy) Levin and Deborah (Richard) Bly; grandmother of Melissa (Greg) Hilgert, Amanda Baer and Elisabeth Baer, Bradley “BJ” (fianc ée Jamie Shupak) Levin, Jacob Bly and Carley Bly; dear aunt of Beverly Radloff; dear cousin of Bernard Mayer. Contributions to the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center, 12 Millstone Campus Drive, St. Louis, MO 63146 or to the American Parkinson Disease Association, Campus Box 8111, 660 S. Euclid, St. Louis, Mo 63110 or Berger Memorial

SARA COHN, died February 23, 2010. Beloved widow of George M. Cohn; dear sister of the late Lilyan Weintrub and Herman Weintrub; dear aunt and friend. Berger Memorial

IRVIN DUBINSKY, died February 14, 2010. Beloved husband of Donna Dubinsky; dear father of Donna (Jonathan) Ray of Atlanta, GA, Dianne (Robert) Esbrook of Northbrook, IL, Jill (Jim) Stone of San Diego, CA and Jamie (Bill) Musgrove; dear grandfather of Courtney and Whitney Ray, Leslie and Ross Esbrook, Mindy (Kevin) Tappan and Zach Stone and Michael Musgrove; dear step-father of Wess (Becky) Willman, Cindy (Greg) Roberts, Mark (Janie) Willman, Lance Willman and Wendy (John) Boenker; dear step-grandfather of Lilly, Olivia and Esther Boenker; dear brother of Frances (Ben) Kootman; dear brother-in-law of Steve (Nancy) Manwarring; dear uncle of Jackie Schwartz, Jeffrey Harris and Judy Lederman; our dear friend. Mr. Dubinsky was a member of the Missouri Bar Association and a Master Mason. Mr. Dubinsky was a World War II veteran and a recipient of the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Contributions to the charity of your choice. Berger Memorial.

BARBARA GLASSMAN, died Feb. 21, 2010. Beloved daughter of the late Julius and the late Estel Glassman; dear sister of the late Edwin and the late Samuel Glassman; dear aunt of Albert (Shifra) Glassman and family. Contributions to the Network for Jewish Care and Chaplaincy, c/o Rabbi Larry Glestein, 908 Jeanerette Drive, St. Louis, 63130. Berger Memorial

WILLIAM GORDON, died February 12, 2010. Beloved husband of Sylvia Gordon; dear father of Sandra L. (Chris) Anderson, Michael A. (Sondra) Gordon and Terry D. (Vicki) Gordon of Denver, CO; dear grandfather of Jennifer and Meghan Anderson, Andrew, Bradley and Jacqueline Gordon and Kelsey and Patrick Gordon; dear great-grandfather of William Anderson; dear brother of the late Harlan (the late Barbara) Gordon and the late Celeste (Harold) Boraz; dear brother-in-law of the late Frances (the late Jerry) Trattler, Gilbert (Sandy) Lieberman and Marilyn (Edward) Farber; our dear uncle, cousin and friend. Contributions to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 10801 Pear Tree Lane, St. Ann, MO 63074. Berger Memorial

HELEN SCHAFFER, died February 17, 2010. Beloved widow of Leonard B. Schaffer; dear mother of Alan (Peggy) Schaffer and Joyce (Tom) Anderson; loving grandmother of Karen (Gary) Silverman, Jen (Mike) Klearman, Torran (Michelle) Anderson and Jorah Anderson; dear great-grandmother of Blake and Brett Silverman, Whitney and Brooke Klearman; beloved sister of Stanley Sandweiss and the late Mildred (Leo) Pevnick. Contributions to the Jacob and Frieda Sandweiss Fund, C/O JCC, #2 Millstone Campus Drive, St. Louis, Mo 63146 or to Congregation Shaare Emeth. Rindskopf-Roth

JEROME (JERRY) WOLFSFELD, died February 11, 2010. Widower of Lenore (Lenny), the great love of his life for over 60 years; loving father, grandfather, friend, and dearest friend of Ginger and Ronald Oxenhandler of Chattanooga. Mr. Wolfsfeld was born in St. Louis on Sept. 4, 1924. He was a WWII veteran and had a great admiration for the military. After the war, he returned to St. Louis and entered into retail clothing, initially for Famous Barr. In 1960, he founded Craig Vickroy men’s clothing store in Clayton and in 1966 opened Leading Man men’s clothing next to the Lowe’s State Theater. In the 1970’s, he became a men’s clothes buyer with the May Company in Cleveland and returned to St. Louis in the late 1980s where he owned and operated Small’s Clothing in Belleville. He is remembered as an extremely humorous person whose stories could have their listeners rolling on the ground.