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Charlotte Scott Flecker
In Portland, Oregon on March 7, 2010. Born in 1925 to Lithuanian immigrants, Rebekkah and Samuel Scott, she was the youngest of seven children.
Charlotte grew up in New York City, and after graduating from the Cornell University School of Nursing moved to California, where she met and married Theodore (Ted) Flecker, her husband of 42 years until his death in 1995. She worked as a high school nurse in South San Francisco while raising her family with Ted in San Bruno.
Charlotte was loving, creative, caring, and highly committed to being engaged in the world around her. She was fiercely independent and unafraid to explore something different. She was a lover of Judaica and Yiddishkeit, which was a central part of her identity, and served as President of Beth Israel–Judea’s Sisterhood for many years, as well as a proud volunteer worker in Israel.
Charlotte opened her home to all, including the stray animals her children brought home allowing her to have grand-dogs before grandchildren. She was well traveled and interested in other cultures, as she and her family hosted a variety of foreign exchange students.
She is survived by her children and spouses, Dr. Suzanne Flecker (Rick Bonilla), Dr. Alexander Flecker (Dr. Alison Power), Dr. Robert Flecker (Mary Reed-Flecker) and Jonathan Flecker (Lisa Flecker), as well as her grandchildren (Sam, Kaiya, Alder, Liana, Max, Daniel and the late Ricky) she adored.
Services were held at Salem Memorial Park, 1171 El Camino Real, in Colma. In lieu of flowers, donations to ORT, Hadassah or other charity would be appreciated.
Sinai Memorial Chapel
Rita Friedman, born March, 1925, in Ukraine, died March 5, 2010, in Vineland, New Jersey. Loving mother of Dr. Anita Friedman and Igor Tartakovsky, and cherished grandmother of Joseph, Adam and Aaron.
Volunteer servant of the community for more than half a century. She graduated from the Academy of Law in St. Petersburg, Russia. A Survivor of the Nazi Holocaust and the terrors of Stalin, she was a proud immigrant to the United States. She co-founded Joe’s Poultry Farm and was the faithful wife of Joseph Friedman, with whom she is now reunited. May her memory be a blessing.
Tzedakah memorial gifts to the Hebrew Women’s Benevolent Society, 3001 East Chestnut Ave., Vineland, NJ 08361, or to the Joseph and Rita Friedman Family Fund c/o JFCS, 2150 Post St., San Francisco, CA 94115.
Sanford (“Sanfy”) J. Weinberg
1934 - 2010
He will be greatly missed by countless numbers of friends and family. Sylvia, Debbie, Dominick and most anyone whose life he touched.
Sanfy was born in San Francisco, attended George Washington High School and had fond memories of his years in AZA with dear friends Len, Dave, Herb, Alvin and Pearl that lasted a lifetime. Sanfy lived with Betty and his children in Santa Rosa, then moved back to San Francisco to join his brother in the family business, Royal Park Clothiers.
Sanfy served on the Board of Temple Beth Israel–Judea and still kept ties to Chevra Thilim where he was raised. His enormous and kind heart was generous in every way to his family, his community and anyone in need throughout his entire life.
Sanfy loved life and it loved him. He so enjoyed travel and many happy cruises with friends and family and many Maui sunsets with his granddaughter, Mimi.
The family would like to recognize and thank the doctors and nurses of Stanford Hospital for their kindness.
You will be missed and never forgotten. Sanfy was the consummate mensch.
Services were held at Congregation Beth Israel–Judea, 625 Brotherhood Way, San Francisco with interment at Salem Memorial Park, Colma.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations in his memory to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society or Congregation Beth Israel–Judea at 625 Brotherhood Way, San Francisco, CA, or Chevra Thilim Synagogue in San Francisco, CA.