In Memory Of…

ALBERT ARNOWITZ, died March 17, 2010 at the age of 94. Beloved widower of Lillian (Keiner) Arnowitz; dear father of Walter (Judy) Arnowitz and Marsha (Gerald) Cohn; dear grandfather of Lori (Ted) Humphrey, Marc Arnowitz, Hope (Kirill) Abramov, Aaron Cohn and Wendy Cohn; dear great-grandfather of Lillian and Charlotte Humphrey, Anna, Isabel and Audrey Arnowitz, Anna and Elyse Abramov; dear brother of Henrietta (the late William) Robins, the late Rita (Jess) Krug, and the late Gertrude Arnowitz; dear cousin, uncle and friend. Special thanks to caregivers Yvonne and Sheila. The Last “Amigo”. Contributions to a charity of your choice. Berger Memorial

BARBARA BAKER HAIS, died March 17, 2010. Beloved widow of Morris “Mushie” Baker and the late Harry Hais; dear mother of Lary (Judith) Baker and Alan J. (Michelle) Baker; dear sister of the late Ben (the late Evelyn) Zlepper and the late Sarah (the late Milton) Lapin; dear sister-in-law of Ella “Ollie” Rosenberg; dear grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Special thank you to the staff of Delmar Gardens Creve Coeur for their loving care. Contributions to St. Martha’s Hall, P.O. Box 952393, St. Louis, Mo 63195-2198. Berger Memorial

DANIEL HILECHER, died March 13, 2010. Beloved husband of Harriet Hilecher and the late Anne Hilecher; dear father of Alan (Linda) Hilecher, Jerry (Marcy) Hilecher of Los Angeles, CA and Robin (Larry) Pevnick; dear stepfather of Debbie Londer, Howard (Vicki) Londer and Jennifer Londer of Minneapolis, MN; dear grandfather of Aaron (Jamie) Hilecher, Anthony and Jennifer Hilecher, Justin, Matthew, Sara and Jahmie Hilecher, Brandon and Margo Pevnick; dear step-grandfather of Amie and Tony Londer; beloved son of the late Joseph and the late Edna Hilecher; dear brother of the late Janet (Robert) Brenner; our dear uncle, cousin and friend. Daniel was proud of his military service in WWII and, upon his return, married Anne Adler and was a star salesman for Sure-Fit Products. His sense of humor and loving ways will be greatly missed by his family and all who knew and loved him. Contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association, 9374 Olive Blvd., St. Louis, Mo 63132. Berger Memorial

BERNARD F. HOCHMAN, died March 12, 2010 at the age of 88. Born in St. Louis, he was the son of the late Joseph and the late Celilia (Rosenberg) Hochman; beloved husband of Joan Meyerhardt Hochman; loving father of Janet Hochman (Chris) Ness, Jeffrey (Susan) Hochman and Jere (Josette) Hochman, Debra Reid, Richard Nuell and Gary Nuell; adoring grandfather of Jessica (Alex Threadgold) Hochman, J.B. Hochman, Benjamin Hochman and Emily Jane Hochman, Danielle Reid, Mary Ellen Villareal and Alex Nuell; treasured great-grandfather of Mirabelle Threadgold, Ella and Hadley Hochman, Christa and Jacob Resinger, dear brother of the late Shirlee Wodis; respected brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Bernie lived each day of his life to the fullest. Retirement was not a word in his vocabulary. He was living his passion as clubhouse manager of the Triple A Golf Clubhouse. Most importantly, he was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather playing an active role in the lives of all his family. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by all whose lives he touched. Contributions to be made to The First Tee of Greater St. Louis, 5163 Clayton Drive, St. Louis, Mo 63110 or or the Dr. Milton Meyerhardt Fund, c/o Barnes-Jewish Hospital, #1 Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza, St. Louis, Mo 63110. Berger Memorial

MARJORIE “MARGIE” KLEARMAN, died March13, 2010. Beloved widow of Merrill Monroe Klearman; dear mother of Melissa Klearman-Cooper, Andrew (Jennifer) Klearman and the late Elise Klearman Sonn and Brad Klearman; beloved mother-in-law of Hayley Moore Klearman; loving grandmother of Matthew (Emily), Jake and Erica Sonn, Ashley, Josh and Brandon Klearman, Jordan and Emily Cooper, Jessie and Kevin Klearman; beloved sister of the late Helen (Morris) Mushlin, Marian (Mort) Ex and Ruth (Al) Boulicout; our dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend. Mrs. Klearman was a committee woman for Creve Coeur Township and was the first female chairperson of the Democratic Party for the State of Missouri. Contributions to the American Cancer Society, 4207 Lindell, St. Louis, Mo 63108 or to the American Lung Association, 1118 Hampton Ave., St. Louis, Mo 63139 Rindskopf-Roth

BARRY ZALE KREM, died March 3, 2010. Beloved husband of Christine Mary Krem; dear father of Dr. Maxwell M. Krem, Carey and Franklin Engle; loving son of Bebe and David Krem; beloved son-in-law of the late Patricia and Budd Boyd; dear brother of Neal (Charleen) Krem; grandfather of Samuel M. Krem; our dear brother-in-law, nephew, uncle, cousin and friend. Barry earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in metallurgical engineering in Rolla at the Missouri University School of Mines. He also earned an MBA from Saint Louis University. After spending the first 20 years of his career working as a metallurgist in several steel manufacturing operations, he was offered the opportunity to manage daily operations of Reliable Finishing Company, a business started in 1948 by his parents and his Uncle Sam and Aunt Helen Wool. After the business closed in 2004, Barry and his wife formed a graphic design company that currently operates in Overland. Barry valued and insisted upon providing the highest level of service to each and every customer. His simple motto was; “We’re here to help.” This is the credo by which he lived and passed on to family, employees and business associates. Contributions to the Saul Brodsky Library,12 Millstone Campus Drive, St. Louis, Mo. 63146 or to the Jewish Food Pantry, 10950 Schuetz Road, St. Louis, Mo. 63146. Rindskopf-Roth

“STAN” STANLEY S. MITLEIDER, died March 14, 2010. Born October 5, 1922; beloved husband of Betty Mitleider; dear father of Sandra (Michael) Baron and Floyd Mitleider; dear grandfather of Jaclyn, Blair, Erica, and Traci Baron; dear brother of the late Bernard (Eleanor) Mitleider and the late Sally Mitleider; dear uncle, cousin and friend. Contributions to the American Heart Association. Berger Memorial

USZER (OSCAR) OZAROWSKI, died March 18, 2010. Beloved husband of Eva Ozarowski for 59 years; dear father of Rabbi Joseph S. (Ashira) Ozarowski of Skokie, IL and Marla (Dr. Howard Kahn) Ozarowski of Fairfax Station, VA; beloved Zeidie of Rabbi Eli (Zemra) Ozarowski, Rabbi Shalom (Bryna) Ozarowski, Chani (Yosef) Newman and Raphi Ozarowski, Arielle Kahn and Mariah Kahn; adoring elter Zeidie of Menachem Shlomo, Temima Shayna, Noam Shmuel and Ahuva Shoshana Ozarowski, Nerya Shlomo and Nachala Sarah Ozarowski; dear brother of David (Gloria Freidlander) Ozarowski, the late Yitzchok Ozarowski and the late Lola Bresler; our dear uncle, cousin and friend. Mr. Ozarowski, a native of Poland, survived the Holocaust. He survived the Lodz Ghetto, Auschwitz, and several other camps. Mr. Ozarowski was a member of Bais Abraham Congregation and one of the star actors of St. Louis Yiddish Theater. Mr. Ozarowski was an active member of Yiddish Theater and Bais Abraham Congregation. Contributions to Bais Abraham Congregation. Berger Memorial

MOLLIE STONE, died March 17, 2010. Beloved widow of Sam Stone; dear mother of Jerold (Beth) Stone of Sarasota, FL and Arthur (Hinda) Stone; dear grandmother of Saralynne (Jared) Pshedesky, Monica Stone, Lauren Stone and Brittney Stone; dear great-grandmother of Isaac and Leah Pshedesky; dear sister of the late Ida (the late Edward) Greene and the late Albert (the late Leona) Dreyfus; dear sister-in-law of Evelyn Weisman; dear aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Contributions to CAC, 8 Millstone Campus Dr., Suite 2000, St. Louis, Mo 63146. Berger Memorial

SHELDON E. SUROFF, died March 12, 2010. Beloved husband of Karen Suroff; dear father of Jill (Aaron) Settler and the late Jason Suroff; loving grandfather of Jared and Miles Settler; dear brother-in-law of Judi Cytron and the late Susan Borden; our dear uncle, cousin and friend to many. Contributions to Lydia’s House, P.O. Box 2722, St. Louis, Mo 63116 or to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 77 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, Mo 63146. Rindskopf-Roth

KAROL WEINHAUS, died February 27, 2010. Beloved wife of Theodore “Ted” Weinhaus; dear mother of Robin Weinhaus, Michael (Jane) Weinhaus and the late Ronald Weinhaus; dear former mother-in-law of Bunne Weinhaus; loving grandmother of Adam and Sarah Weiss, Jason, Kelli and Ryan Weinhaus, Todd (Katie) Weinhaus and Corey (Emily) Weinhaus. Our dear aunt, cousin and friend. Contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association, 9374 Olive Blvd., Suite 101, St. Louis, Mo 63132. Rindskopf-Roth