Obituaries
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CRANSTON – Dr. Max Bloom died June 13.  He was the husband of Frances (Feld) Bloom.  They were married for nearly 60 years. Born in Providence, eldest son of the late Ise and Anna (Nathanson) Bloom, he lived in Cranston for more than 50 … more
PROVIDENCE – Adrienne Garr died June 8.  She was the wife of Leonard P. Garr and the daughter of the late Dr. David and Rose Zacks. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts in 1948, she worked at the Supersonic Laboratory at MIT. … more
CRANSTON – Lorraine Krasner died June 13. She was the wife of the late Julius Krasner and the daughter of the late Joseph and Lillian (Kline) Fowler. She is survived by her children Michael Krasner and his wife Sheryl of Westborough, Mass.; … more
CRANSTON – Abraham Levine died June 17.  He was the husband of Rosalind (Grosser) Levine.  They were married for 65 years. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Morris and Minnie (Tolchinsky) Levine. He is survived by his daughter, … more
THE VILLAGES, Fla. – Janice Paull died June 10. She was the wife of Sidney Paull for 47 years. Born in Providence, a daughter of the late David and Marion (Sondler) Dress, she had lived in Florida for one year, previously residing in Cranston. … more
FALL RIVER, Mass. – Muriel Sevin died June 15.  She was the wife of the late Louis Sevin.  Born in Bayonne, N.J., the daughter of the late Michael and Gussie (Brushansky) Brooks, she lived in Fall River most of her life. She was a member of … more
PROVIDENCE – Sarah Shapiro, a lifelong resident of Providence, died June 18.  She was a homemaker and businesswoman with a flair for poetry in English and her native Yiddish. She was the wife of the late Emil Shapiro, sister of Leonard Cohen, … more
WORCESTER, Mass. – Eli Shaw, of Pawtucket and Worcester, died June 15. He leaves his wife of 41 years, Mary Shaw, of Middletown; his daughter Sharon Yaffe and her husband Alan, and his son Joel Shaw and his wife Malkie, all of Worcester; eight … more
TROY, N.Y. – Abraham Singer died June 13. Born in the Polish town of Chmelnik, on Nov. 14, 1924, he, along with four siblings, survived the atrocities of the Holocaust by using his wit and unique personality. After World War II, he made … more
WEST ORANGE, N.J. – Ruth Weinberg, wife of the late Bertram Ullman Weinberg, died June 16. The youngest of five daughters born to Max and Celia (Socolof) Mindlin, she was born in East Orange, N.J. on Aug.  27, 1915. The Mindlin sisters – … more
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