In Memory Of…

LUCILLE C. DARISH, died September 15, 2009. Widow of Irwin Darish; mother of Donald (Nancy) Darish and the late Freddie Darish and Howard Darish; grandmother of Barry Darish; sister of Earl Golliber; aunt of Marty (Lynda) Kress and Marcia Kress; daughter of the late Rose and Joseph Golliber; friend of Eddie Mae Johnson and family. Contributions to Nusach Hari B’nai Zion Synagogue. Rindskopf-Roth

SUE STEINER GALLOP, died September 16, 2009. Widow of Donald P. Gallop; mother of John (Caryn) Gallop of Chicago, Ill., Elizabeth (Joel) Dennis, Tom (Sarah) Gallop of Los Angeles, Calif. and Emily (Matt) Coen; grandmother of Matthew and Amanda Gallop, Rebecca and Leigh Dennis, Oliver and Lucy Gallop, and William, Henry and Noah Coen; daughter of the late Lisette and the late Jerrold Steiner; sister of Richard (Joyce Meyer) Steiner, Charles (Jean) Fisher and Ilene (the late Irv) Litvag; aunt of Jeremy Steiner, Julie (Larry) Dyson and Joe (Lisa) Litvag. Mrs. Gallop was a member of the board of the Saul Mirowitz Day School-Reform Jewish Academy and the American Jewish Committee and a former board member of LIFT, Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis and Provident. Contributions to Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation, Sue Ellen and Donald Philip Gallop Fund for Cancer Research, 1001 Highlands Plaza Drive West, Suite 140, St. Louis, MO 63110-1337; LIFT, Sue Gallop Book Club for Adult Learners, 815 Olive St. Rd., Suite 22, St. Louis, Mo 63101-1507. Berger Memorial

LEO LAYCOB, died June 10, 2009 in Denver, Co., at the age of 97. Widower of Blanche to whom he was married for 69 years; father of Dr. Lawrence (Carol) Laycob of Castle Rock and Anita (Allen) Kline of Littleton; grandfather of Jordon (Kimberly) Laycob of Denver, Justin Laycob of Seattle, Todd Kline of Denver and Brent (Chiara) Kline of Denver; great-grandfather of Tanner Laycob and Julian Kline, both of Denver. Formerly from St. Louis, Mr. Laycob was born March 22, 1912 in Lithuania and grew up in Boston, Mass. After graduating high school he sold cigars across the Eastern seaboard. He moved to St. Louis when an uncle offered him a job in his millinery factory. Following many years as an apprentice, Mr. Laycob opened his own company, Joyce Hat. Co. He moved to Denver in 2003. He loved music, golf, bridge, politics, the stock market, FDR, and was able to the very end converse about almost anything.

BERNARD (“BUD”) SHRIBER, died August 13, 2009 at the age of 97 in Deerfield Beach, Fla. Formerly of St. Louis, Mr. Shriber was the widower of Yetta Shriber, his beloved wife of over 60 years; father of Judith (William) Reilly of Egg Harbor City, N.J., and Maurice (Nancy) Shriber of Springfield, Va.; grandfather of Amy Shriber, Rebecca (Scott) Rosenbaum, and Aaron (Christa) Shriber; great-grandfather of Samuel Rosenbaum; brother of the late Maurice Shriber, the late Aaron (Ida Pratzel) Shriber, Hildegarde (the late Sidney) Zeitlin, and the late Irma (Dr. Robert) Potashnick; brother-in-law of the late Bess (the late William) Levy, the late Morris (Karlyn) Gitlin, the late Lillian (Milton) Kolker, and Gertrude (the late Abe) Schneider; dear uncle and friend. Bud played trumpet professionally for years but golf was his real passion and he was as likely to be found on the golf course as anywhere. Contributions to The First Tee golf education for children, 425 South Legacy Trail, St. Augustine, Fla. 32092, or charity of your choice.

ARTHUR L. TUCKER, died September 14, 2009. Widower of Babs Tucker; father of Robert E. Tucker; grandfather of Diana Tucker and Susan Tucker; brother of the late Frank (Sherry) Tucker; brother-in-law of June (the late Joseph) Laba; special friend of Margie Cornbleet. Contributions to a charity of your choice. Berger Memorial/Mayer

CHRISTINE M. WAGMAN, died September 11, 2009. Wife of Roy Wagman; mother of Emily and Mark Wagman; sister of Tom (Leslie) Domagalski; sister-in-law of Helene (Carl) Sherman and Paul Wagman. Contributions to any charity which benefits young children or to the charity of your choice. Rindskopf-Roth