In Memory of…

MILTON STANLEY COHEN, died April 3, 2010. Beloved widower of Sylvia Cohen (beloved mother of Ted, Dan and Sally Greenhouse); dear father of David Cohen, Barbara (Robert) Allen and Steven (Helene) Cohen; dear brother of Norma (the late Barrett) Scallet, Robert (Naomi) Cohen and the late Sidney C. (the late Jacqueline) Cohen. Contributions to a charity of your choice. Berger Memorial

I. JEROME FLANCE, M.D., died April 2, 2010. Beloved husband of Rosemary Flance; dear father of Stephen (Kristen) Flance of Santa Fe and Patty (Dr. Jack) Croughan; dear grandfather of Rachael Flance, Hannah (Greg) Steerman and Adam Warner, Sarah (B.J.) Thompson, Anthony Pepe, Rebecca (Michael) Pedone, Rachel Pepe and Leah Croughan; dear great-grandfather of nine; dear brother of the late Morris (the late Rhoda) Flance, the late Lillian (the late Robert) Gerberg and the late Miriam (the late Al) Lavin; dear brother-in-law of the late Virginia (the late Ralph) Keller; survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Contributions to the I.J. Flance, M.D. Philanthropic Fund, c/o The Jewish Federation of St. Louis, #12 Millstone Campus Drive, St. Louis, Mo 63146. Berger Memorial

ARNOLD SIDNEY JEFFERS, April 8, 2010 at age 73. He owned Dorian Bridal Shop in St. Louis County and traveled extensively selling for Hopper furs. He had a sense of humor and he enjoyed life immensely. Born Oct. 12, 1936 in Toledo, Ohio. Husband of Sandra Jeffers; Brother of June (Steven) Hammer and Joyce (the late Joe) Friedman and the late Carl Jeffers. Father of Terry (Kate) Jeffers, Joan (Howard) Rifkin and Scott Jeffers; stepfather, grandfather, son and uncle. Contributions to the American Cancer Society.

JEFFREY CRAIG KOLCHINSKY, died April 3, 2010 at the age of 56 in Prairie Village, KS. Husband of Melinda Kolchinsky for 31 years; father of Alina Janelle Kolchinsky; son of Harriet Kolchinsky; sister and brother-in-law; Sheri and Bruce Tons, all of St. Louis; brother-in-law and sister-in-law Murlin Merrill and Linda Bohmbach, Lenexa, KS. Jeff was born and raised in St. Louis and attended the University of Kansas, Lawrence, where he earned a Bachelor environmental design, a Bachelor of architecture and a Master of science in architectural engineering. He then settled in the Kansas City area. He was a partner in LNL Architects, Inc in Olathe from 1983 until 2003. He then established Kolchinsky Architects, Inc., also in Olathe. Jeff was awarded an Honorary Black Belt from the Great American TaeKwonDo Association. Jeff was an avid Jayhawk fan and loved to travel. He was a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend who will be missed by all who knew him. Contributions to Paws for Freedom, or 10580 Barkley, Suite 455, Overland Park, KS 66212 or to the Solace House,, 8012 State Line Road, Suite 202, Shawnee Mission, KS 66208.

SANDRA LOUISE LANDSBAUM (nee Loebner), died April 3, 2010. Beloved widow of Louis Landsbaum; dear mother of Michelle Shanker, Steven (Phyllis) Shanker, Derek Landsbaum and Scott Landsbaum; loving grandmother of Paul (Randi) Shanker, Andrea Shanker and Katie Landsbaum; dear sister of Harry “Buddy” (Eleanor) Loebner and the late Joan Shenkman; beloved sister-in-law of Daniel (Sheila) Landsbaum; our dear aunt, cousin and friend. Mrs. Landsbaum touched hundreds of lives through her volunteer efforts. Contributions to the Humane Society of Missouri, 1201 Macklind Ave., St. Louis, Mo 63110 or to the American Heart Association, 460 N. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, Mo 63141. Rindskopf-Roth

SAREVA MUCHNICK, died April 7, 2010. Beloved widow of Frank Muchnick; dear mother of Steven (Barbara Levin) Muchnick and William (Darcy) Muchnick; dear sister of Robert (Maxine) Rubin; our dear aunt, cousin and friend. Mrs. Muchnick was a member of B’nai El Congregation. Contributions to B’nai El Congregation, 11411 North Outer 40 Road, St. Louis, Mo 63131. Berger Memorial

SOLOMON S. (SOL) NISSEN, died April 4, 2010. Veteran of World War II (S Army) and served in the South Pacific for 4 years. Beloved brother of Frances (Fran) Solomon (the late Sam), the late Bess Saindon (the late Arthur), the late Ann Makovsky (the late Morris); beloved uncle of nieces and nephews and many great and great-great nieces and nephews, and beloved friend. Special thanks to the caring staff of Parc Provence, and Heartland Hospice for their loving care. Body donated to Washington University School of Medicine for research.

LOUISE PULTMAN, died April 3, 2010. Beloved widow of Sidney Pultman; dear mother of Patty (Ed) Schmidt and Mark (Weezie) Pultman; loving grandmother of Lisa (John) Schmidt, Steven (Sally) Schwartz, Scott (Carrie) Schwartz and Susan Pultman; beloved great-grandmother of Melissa (Johnny) Di Fiori, Jaime, Lindsay and Ryan Schulte, Timothy Schwartz, Jason, Brian, Katie, Jennifer, Kristen, Julie and Jesse Schwartz; loving great-great grandmother of Isabella and Casper DeFiori, Loralei Peete and Lexi Doss; our dear aunt, friend, confidante, cook and inspiration to countless. Contributions to Shriners Hospital for Children. Rindskopf-Roth

JOSEPH ROSENBERG, died April 2, 2010. Beloved widower of Genieve Rosenberg; dear father of Ellen (Roger) Sarver and Sharon (Ben) Minoff; dear grandfather of Michelle (Jason) Parmentier, Marc Sarver (fiancé Hilary Ashworth), Michael Minoff (financé Alana Umansky) and Melissa (Tim) Nolan; dear great-grandfather of Johanna Hogan, Carson Nolan and Will Nolan; dear brother and brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Contributions to Missouri Veterans Home, 10600 Lewis & Clark, St. Louis, MO 63136 or to the American Diabetes Association, 10820 Sunset Office Dr., Suite 220, St. Louis, Mo 63127. Berger Memorial

STANLEY SCHNEIDERMAN, died April 2, 2010. Beloved husband of Joyce Schneiderman; dear father of Shari, Lowell (Judi), Jeffrey, Darryl and Jacqueline Schneiderman, beloved brother of Barbara Lancaster, Ellen and the late Ben Schneiderman; dear son of the late Jake and Jeaneeette Schneiderman; beloved nephew of Al Schneiderman; our dear uncle, cousin and friend. Mr. Schneiderman served the community as a Licensed Pharmacist for over 50 years. Contributions to a charity of the donor’s choice. Rindskopf-Roth