In Memory Of…

Marilyn Garber, died December 25, 2008. Wife of Harold Garber; mother of Marc Garber and Sherri (Frank) Oppenheim; grandmother of Ashley, Chelsea and Hannah Oppenheim. Berger Memorial

William Greenberg, died December 29, 2008. Husband of Margaret Grand-Jean Greenberg; father of Laura (Gary) Eckstein of Norman, Okla., and Paul Greenberg of New Orleans, La.; grandfather of Craig (Angela), Daniel (Jessica) and Matthew Eckstein; great-grandfather of Grant Eckstein; brother of Evelyn Gordon, the late Rebecca and the late Sarah Greenberg; brother-in-law of Lore (Francis) O’Leary and Renee (Lynn) Kuluva. Mr. Greenberg was a member of the Jewish War Veterans and the American Legion. Contributions to a charity of your choice. Berger Memorial

Joseph F. Meiller, died December 25, 2008. Widower of Nedra Meiller; father of Debby (Mike) Sherwood and Michelle (Gary) Wheel of San Ramon, Calif.; grandfather of Julie (Bill) Brown, Jennifer Wheel and Bradley Wheel; brother of Jack (Donna) Reynolds; brother-in-law of Neal (Tammy) Kolchinsky. Contributions to the American Cancer Society, BJC Hospice or to a charity of your choice. Rindskopf-Roth

Jacob E. Sigoloff, died December 28, 2008 at age 103. Husband of Kathryn Wolf Sigoloff and widower of Beatrice Harris Sigoloff; father of Marilyn (Dr. Arthur) Gale and Louis Sigoloff; grandfather of Richard (Dr. Marcia) Gale, Elizabeth (Dr. Mark) Sharzer and Ellen Gale; great-grandfather of Charles and Carolyn Sharzer; brother of the late Charles (Jean) Sigoloff and the late Leo (Sophie) Sigoloff. Mr. Sigoloff graduated from Washington University Law School and practiced law for more than 70 years with his brother Charles. He was President of the University City Board of Education and served as a University City Alderman. He was married to Beatrice Sigoloff for nearly sixty years. At the age of 93, he retired from the practice of law and married Kathryn Wolf. He remained active and interested in politics, current events and the stock market. His life spanned the decades from the early 1900’s to 2009 and he adapted from life without any modern conveniences to life with trains, automobiles, planes, televisions and high-tech electronics. In his late eighties, he took a great interest in computers. He taught himself to use one and gave one to each of his children and grandchildren. Mr. Sigoloff was deeply loved by his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and will be greatly missed. Contributions to The Scholarship Foundation. Rindskopf-Roth

Philip Simon, formerly of St. Louis, died December 18, 2008 after a long battle with cancer. He was 81 years old. Husband of Snookey; father of Marc Simon (Jacqui), Julie Coppersmith (Richard), Jan Simon; grandfather of Samantha and Sydney Simon and Jason and Lee Coppersmith; son of the late Betty and Joseph Simon; brother of Norman Simon (Barbara), Herb Simon (Paula) and the late Shirley Olson. During his time in St. Louis, Phil lived in Creve Coeur and worked for Hyman Michaels Co. and Commercial Metals. He graduated from Stadium High School and attended the University of Washington and Roosevelt College in Chicago. Phil started working as a young boy in the family scrap business, which later became Joseph Simon & Sons, where he served for 45 years as president of the firm. He served as a reservist in the Marine Corp. during the Korean War. Contributions to the Franciscan Hospices and Palliative Care, 2901 Bridgeport Way West, University Place, WA 98466, or the Jackson Street Food Bank 1224 South I Street, Tacoma, WA 98405.

Max Tepper, died December 30, 2008 at age 82. Husband of Dolores for 58 years; father of Les (Elaine) Rick (Catherine), Jason and Jeff Tepper and Bonnie (Ron) Williams; grandfather of eight and great-grandfather of twelve. Mr. Tepper was founder and spiritual leader of Beit Chesed Congregation. Contributions to Wings of Eagles, P.O. Box 96105, Washington, D.C. 20090. Rindskopf-Roth