In Memory Of…

ROSALIND “ROBIN” CORN COHEN, died August 26, 2009. Widow of Benjamin H. Cohen; mother of Wendy Cohen (John Chenault); grandmother of Jacqueline Chenault; sister of the late Joseph (Melba) Corn. Contributions to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, Office of Development, 1465 South Grand Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63104 Rindskopf-Roth

ESTHER EVANS, died August 22, 2009. Mother of Jada (Brett) Fox and Yoav Evans; daughter of Irving (the late Shirley) Kanter; sister of Allen (Alma) Kanter; aunt of Chloe (Cliff) Stiles, Nathaniel Kanter and Nicholas Kanter. Contributions to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Berger Memorial

MAX “DAVID” FRIEBERGER, died August 16, 2009. Born June 5, 1945, he was the son of the late Gordon “Gus” and the late Miriam “Aurnett” Frieberger; father of Sara and Lisa Frieberger; brother of Fran (Jim) Jackson; uncle of Jason James, Lara James Veon, Sarah (Delynd) Orr, Donny (Michaela Wassler) Jackson and Jimmy (Lesa) Jackson and families; cousin to Bernie (Gloria) Morganstern, the late Donna Lyss, the late Faye Navigato, Carol Poslosky, Maxine (Ira) Miler, Michelle (Dr. Josie) Shwartz, Frank (Lynette) Siteman, Melissa Ginter, Harriet Rebore, Dr. Ron (Sandy) Rebore, Dr. Bill (Joyce) Rebore, Debbie (Ted) Happel and families; former husband and friend in the end of Dr. Susan (Dr. Judel) Lew. David loved playing piano, watching Cardinals baseball games, fishing, dancing, donating his time to Kiwanis International and was a gifted architect. Deepest appreciation goes to Gloria Carter, Mary Clare Hengen, Kathy Schaeffer, Elise Christian and Dr. Alka Kapoor of SSM Hospice. Special thanks to doctors and staff at Scripps Green Hospital in La Jolla, CA, Scripps Memorial Hospital in Encinitas, CA and San Diego Hospice. Contributions to the American Cancer Society, the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry or Kiwanis International. Berger Memorial

DORETTA GOLDENBERG, died August 28, 2009. Widow of William Goldenberg; mother of the late Marjorie Goldenberg and Howard (Joanie) Goldenberg; grandmother of Andrew (Lori) Goldenberg, Matthew (Stacey) Goldenberg and Melissa Goldenberg; great-grandmother of Trevor and Taylor Goldenberg; sister of the late Meyer (the late Minette) Cohen, the late Sadie (the late Max) Reznik, the late Helen (the late Obie) Malorius and the late Anne (the late Karl) Reed; sister-in-law of Tom (Esther) Goldenberg and Lee (the late Ralph) Brandon. Mrs. Goldenberg was a founder of Life Skills Foundation and a member of Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary and Jewish Hospital Auxiliary. Contributions to Marjorie Goldenberg Scholarship Fund-Life Skills Foundation. Berger Memorial

DONALD L. INTRATER, died September 1, 2009 at the age of 85. Husband of Cheryl for 18 years; son of Birdie and Sam; brother and closest friend of Jack; father of Rick (Roberta) Intrater of San Francisco, Ca., Carol (Mark) Rosenfeld of Boca Raton, Fla., Janet (Steve) Gershon of Overland Park, Kan., and Bill (Lynn) Intrater of Leawood, Kan.; grandfather of David, Tracy, Michael, Lindsay, Brandon, John, Bobby, Katie, Evan, Tim, and Lauren; great-grandfather of Brooke, Madison and Brendan; devoted former spouse of Arlene Jacobs. Mr. Intrater was president of the Clayton High School student body and captain of the football team. He attended the University of Missouri until he was called to serve in World War II where he was a 19-year old U.S. Army Captain and Company Commander. Don was also President of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, a member of the Board of Trustees of Menorah Hospital, a contributing member of Executive Services Corps, a coach for his children’s sports teams and a mentor for the Youth Friends program of the Blue Valley School District. He spent his professional career at the Leader Clothing Co, Steven’s Envelope and Minkin Real Estate Co, member of The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah and a member of Oakwood Country Club where he was an avid tennis player. The family would like to thank the caregivers at Manorcare of Overland Park and the Kansas City Hospice House for their gracious care during his last few months. Contributions to The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah, Kansas City Hospice House or the charity of one’s choice.

IRVING KANTER, died August 25, 2009. Husband of Shirley Kanter; father of Allen (Alma) Kanter and the late Esther Evans; grandfather of Chloe (Cliff) Stiles, Nathaniel Kanter, Nicholas Kanter, Jada (Brett) Fox and Yoav Evans; brother of the late Nathan (Ethel) Kanter. Contributions to Shaare Zedek Synagogue, 829 N. Hanley Road, St. Louis, Mo 63130. Berger Memorial

BRADLEY CRAIG KLEARMAN, died September 1, 2009. Father of Ashley, Joshua and Brandon Klearman; son of Margie and the late Merrill Klearman; brother of Melissa Klearman-Cooper, Andrew (Jennifer) Klearman and the late Elise Klearman Sonn; uncle of Jordan and Emily Cooper, Jessie and Kevin Klearman, Matthew (Emily), Jacob and Erica Sonn, friend of Hayley Klearman. Contributions to the American Heart Association, 460 N. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63141. Rindskopf-Roth

SHIRLEY KREITMAN, died September 3, 2009. Daughter of the late Morris and the late Mary Kreitman; sister, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and special friend of Vicki Marino. Contributions to Mers Goodwill Industries, 1727 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo 63103. Berger Memorial