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SARAH

F, #I11651

Family

Marriage 1 : Nathan LEVI

  1. Anna LEVI, b. 09 May 1890, d. 04 November 1942

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Reuben LEVITCH

M, #I11652, b. 30 March 1911, d. 13 November 1973

Family

Marriage 1 : Josephine JABEN

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Josephine JABEN

F, #I11653

Family

Marriage 1 : Reuben LEVITCH , b. 30 March 1911, d. 13 November 1973

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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William LEVITCH

M, #I11654, b. 29 March 1921, d. 06 June 1989

Family

Marriage 1 : Yetta BAUM , b. 20 November 1920, d. 05 February 2011

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Yetta BAUM

F, #I11655, b. 20 November 1920, d. 05 February 2011

Family

Marriage 1 : William LEVITCH , b. 29 March 1921, d. 06 June 1989

Notes:



Levitch, Yetta (Baum)

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Written By Marcia Montgomery, Community Editor
Parent Category: Obituaries
Category: Archived Obituaries
Published: 10 February 2011
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Yetta (Baum) Levitch, 90, of Kansas City, Mo., passed away Saturday,
Feb. 5, at her home.

Graveside services were held Monday, Feb. 7, at Mount Carmel Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to Heartland Hospices, 1001 E. 101st Terr., Suite 180, Kansas City, MO 64131 and/or Beth Shalom Synagogue, 14200 Lamar Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66223-4850.

Yetta was born Nov. 20, 1920, in Warsaw, Poland, the daughter of Samuel and Helen (Browner) Baum.

She came to Kansas City with her parents at the age of 6 months and lived in Kansas City until her death.

Yetta was a member of Congregation Beth Shalom and its Sisterhood and was a former member of B’nai B’rith Women.

She married William Levitch, who passed away in 1989.

Yetta was also preceded in death by her parents; her sisters, Rose Cohen and Mary Eisenberg; brothers-in-law and their spouses: Rueben and Josephine Levitch, Himmie and Margaret Levitch and David and Frances Brand Levitch.

She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Julius D. and Deborah Levitch, Las Vegas, and their children, Ashlee Levitch and Breean Levitch; daughter, Roberta Ann Fleider, Kansas City, Mo., and her daughter and son-in-law, Dawn Shira and Max Bachman and their children, Anabel Grace Bachman and Mayah Edan Bachman.

Online guestbook available at www.louismemorialchapel.com.

Arr: The Louis Memorial Chapel, (816) 361-5211.

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,
  2. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Samuel BAUM

M, #I11656

Family

Marriage 1 : Helen BROWNER

  1. Yetta BAUM, b. 20 November 1920, d. 05 February 2011
  2. Rose BAUM
  3. Mary BAUM

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Helen BROWNER

F, #I11657

Family

Marriage 1 : Samuel BAUM

  1. Yetta BAUM, b. 20 November 1920, d. 05 February 2011
  2. Rose BAUM
  3. Mary BAUM

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Rose BAUM

F, #I11658

Family

Marriage 1 : Nn COHEN

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Mary BAUM

F, #I11659

Family

Marriage 1 : Nn EISENBERG

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Robert BELL

M, #I11660

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Joseph KLEBANOFF

M, #I11661

Family

Marriage 1 : Marian BELL , b. abt. 1917, d. 15 February 2011

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Nathan FRADIN

M, #I11662

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Barbara S FRADIN, b. 1932

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Marvin Irvin DUNN

M, #I11663, b. abt. 1928, d. 26 February 2011

Family

Marriage 1 : Maureen Sue COHEN , b. 16 February 1933, d. 29 November 1988

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Dunn and Lieberman 70th anniversary B'nai Mitzvah

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Marvin Dunn and George Lieberman will be called to the Torah at 9:30
a.m. Saturday, Jan. 1, to mark the 70th anniversary of their B’nai Mitzvah, which were held at Beth Shalom in December 1940.

Dunn is the son of Ida and Louis Dunn and the great-nephew of CBS Past-Presidents Benjamin Feinberg (1932) and Hyman Gordon (1937).

Dunn has two children, Jonathan Louis Dunn and Marilyn Paulette Dunn, and two grandchildren.

Lieberman is the son of Myer and Ella Lieberman and the grandson of CBS’s Rabbi Max Lieberman and Past-President I.J. Cohen (1907). He has been married to Floriene for 61 years. Together they are the parents of Craig and Beth Lieberman, Marti and Tony Oppenheimer, Amy and Hal Pollack. They have eight grandchildren and one great-grandson.

Dunn and Lieberman grew up together and have been the best of friends since they were four years old. Both men attended religious school at Beth Shalom and earned their Eagle Scout awards from Troop 61. They have led remarkable lives impacting the Jewish and secular Kansas City community. As a physician, Dunn has held the position of dean of the KU School of Medicine, while being active in the Jewish community. Lieberman spent his professional life in real estate, while being entrenched in the Jewish community and raising funds for cancer research. He was one of the founding fathers of the Jewish Community Campus.

From KC Jewish Chronicle
Written By Marcia Montgomery, Community Editor
Parent Category: Obituaries
Category: Archived Obituaries
Published: 25 February 2011
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Dr. Marvin Irvin Dunn, 83, of Mission Hills, Kan., passed away Wednesday, Feb. 16, at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 18, at The Louis Memorial Chapel, with burial at Mount Carmel Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, University of Kansas Medical Center or the Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City.

Dr. Dunn was a graduate of Paseo High School. He then attended the University of Kansas, where he received his undergraduate and medical degrees. He completed his medical training at USPHS in San Francisco and the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Dr. Dunn was the head of the Cardiology Department at the University of Kansas Medical Center for more than 30 years and was the former dean of the University of Kansas Medical School. He co-authored seven medical textbooks. He was published many times in peer reviewed medical journals.

Dr. Dunn was a lifetime member of Congregation Beth Shalom.

He was married for 32 years to Maureen Cohen Dunn until her passing in 1989.

Dr. Dunn enjoyed playing tennis throughout his life and did an incredible job of balancing his professional life and his family life.

He is survived by his son, Jonathan Dunn, San Diego; his daughter and son-in-law, Marilyn Dunn and Robert Small, Oak Park Ill.; brother and sister-in-law, Floyd and Elsa Dunn, Tucson, Ariz.; sister and brother-in-law, Shirley and Eugene Leibson, Prairie Village, Kan.; and grandchildren, Grey Small and Dana Small. Nieces and nephews also survive.

Dr. Dunn will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Online guestbook available at www.louismemorialchapel.com.

Arr: The Louis Memorial Chapel, (816) 361-5211.

Association of Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Odyssey Hospice of Palm Desert, Calif.

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,
  2. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Floyd DUNN

M, #I11664, b. 14 April 1924

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Acoustical Society of America
Gold Medal Award - 1998
Floyd Dunn

FLOYD DUNN, a former President of the Acoustical Society of America, was born in Kansas City, Missouri on 14 April 1924. Floyd, his younger brother, Marvin, and younger sister, Shirley, grew up during the depression. Floyd was an avid participant and fan of baseball and tennis in high school in Kansas City. Following high school graduation, Floyd worked days and went to the Kansas City junior college in the evenings for two years before joining the Army of the United State where he served during 1943-1946 in the European Theater. Following the war, Floyd entered the University of Illinois, Urbana. While a graduate student, he married Elsa. Floyd and Elsa have a daughter, Andi, a son, Roo, and three grandchildren.
At the University of Illinois, Floyd took his B.S. M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in 1949, 1951, and 1956, respectively. For his Ph.D. thesis research, which was carried out under the supervision of the late Professor William J. Fry, Floyd performed pioneering research in which he showed that even in the absence of damaging temperature levels, mammalian central nervous system tissue could be adversely affected. Following graduation, Floyd served as a Research Associate for one year at the University of Illinois and subsequently progressed from Assistant Professor to Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Illinois, Urbana. He retired in 1995 and accepted emeritus status. While at the University of Illinois, he held joint appointments as Professor of Electrical Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and as Professor of Bioengineering, in the Faculty of Bioengineering, both in the College of Engineering, and as Professor of Biophysics, in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He was Director of the Bioacoustics Research Laboratory from 1977 to 1995 and he was Chair of the Bioengineering Faculty from 1978 to 1982. He taught graduate and undergraduate courses in electrical engineering, acoustics, bioengineering, and biophysics. In 1996 Floyd and Else moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he is an adjunct professor of radiation oncology at the University of Arizona.
Floyd and Elsa have enjoyed their travels associated with Floyd's profession. He was a visiting professor in the Department of Microbiology at University College, Cardiff; a visiting senior scientist of the Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, Surrey, England (University of London); a visiting professor at the University of Nanjing, Nanjing, China; and a visiting professor at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan.
Floyd received many prestigious awards and honors in recognition of his distinguished career, and the research he and his graduate students conducted. He is a member of both the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering and he has been recognized by three professional associations by receiving significant awards including the ASA's Silver Medal in Bioresponse to Vibration (being the first recipient), the IEEE's Edison Medal and the AIUM's William J. Fry Memorial Award and the Joseph H. Holmes Basic Science Pioneer Award. He holds fellowships in several professional associations: Acoustical Society of America, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Institute of Acoustics (UK), American Institute of Engineering in Medicine and Biology, and International Academy for Medical and Biological Engineering. He has also received the AIUM/WFUMB History of Medical Ultrasound "Pioneer Award," the University of Illinois Senior Scholar Award, and the Medal of Special Merit of the Acoustical Society of Japan. He was elected an honorary member of the Japan Society of Ultrasound in Medicine, he received the Career Achievement Award of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society and the University of Illinois Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Floyd, in collaboration with his students and colleagues, has devoted his unusually creative career to the science and engineering of acoustics, mainly bioacoustics, and its effect on living systems. His research in acoustics and fundamental accomplishments in biophysical ultrasound have had a direct benefit on the welfare of mankind. His research career has largely been devoted to topics in ultrasonic bioengineering and biophysics. He has made pioneering contributions in the safe and efficient use of high frequency sound in diagnostic and therapeutic medicine. Six major area of accomplishment can be identified, viz., absorption processes, nonlinear phenomena, applications in living systems, toxicity, measurement techniques, and acoustic microscopy.
In retirement, Floyd continues to serve the ASA as an Associate Editor of the Journal, having responsibility for the field of bioacoustics for which he has maintained high standards and has made JASA an important repository of research findings in this area.
In summary, for sustained leadership in biomedical ultrasound, Floyd Dunn stands alone. For nearly five decades, his full efforts have been devoted to the subject; he has maintained, a steady flow of productive research; he built one of the largest organizations devoted to the field; he has encouraged the development of the field nationally and internationally, behind the scenes and through leadership and participation in many different organizations. He was involved in the first major blossoming of biomedical ultrasound in the 50s. In the 60s, there were a few years when he almost single-handedly managed to keep the field alive. Now, of course, biomedical ultrasound is a major industry and basic research in the field receives a significant fraction of the NIH budget. No single scientist is more responsible for this success than Floyd Dunn. He will add his own special distinction to that select group of acousticians who have received our Society's highest award.
William D. O'Brien
Edwin L. Carstensen
Wesley L. Nyborg

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  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Shirley DUNN

F, #I11665

Family

Marriage 1 : LEIBSON

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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LEIBSON

M, #I11666

Family

Marriage 1 : Shirley DUNN

Sources

  1. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle online,

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Louis DUNN

M, #I11667, b. 15 October 1891, d. 05 May 1959

Family

Marriage 1 : Ida LEIBTAG , b. 05 October 1896, d. 16 April 1982

  1. Marvin Irvin DUNN, b. abt. 1928, d. 26 February 2011
  2.    Floyd DUNN, b. 14 April 1924
  3. Shirley DUNN

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,
  2. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Ida LEIBTAG

F, #I11668, b. 05 October 1896, d. 16 April 1982

Family

Marriage 1 : Louis DUNN , b. 15 October 1891, d. 05 May 1959

  1. Marvin Irvin DUNN, b. abt. 1928, d. 26 February 2011
  2.    Floyd DUNN, b. 14 April 1924
  3. Shirley DUNN

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,
  2. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Frank DUNN

M, #I11669, b. 1867, d. 23 April 1922

Family

Marriage 1 : Sarah HANKIN STEIN , b. July 1866, d. 20 December 1947

  1. Louis DUNN, b. 15 October 1891, d. 05 May 1959
  2. Minnie DUNN, b. 05 June 1900, d. 07 May 1969
  3. Joe M DUNN, b. 20 March 1902, d. 25 September 1973
  4. Morris Harry DUNN, b. 20 October 1888, d. 17 January 1955
  5.    Nathan DUNN, b. 16 April 1899, d. 17 March 1952
  6. Samuel Edward DUNN, b. 30 July 1896, d. 03 August 1946

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Sarah HANKIN STEIN

F, #I11670, b. July 1866, d. 20 December 1947

Family

Marriage 1 : Frank DUNN , b. 1867, d. 23 April 1922

  1. Louis DUNN, b. 15 October 1891, d. 05 May 1959
  2. Minnie DUNN, b. 05 June 1900, d. 07 May 1969
  3. Joe M DUNN, b. 20 March 1902, d. 25 September 1973
  4. Morris Harry DUNN, b. 20 October 1888, d. 17 January 1955
  5.    Nathan DUNN, b. 16 April 1899, d. 17 March 1952
  6. Samuel Edward DUNN, b. 30 July 1896, d. 03 August 1946

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Isidor David DUNN

M, #I11671

Family

Marriage 1 : Chie ADELOVE

  1. Frank DUNN, b. 1867, d. 23 April 1922

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Chie ADELOVE

F, #I11672

Family

Marriage 1 : Isidor David DUNN

  1. Frank DUNN, b. 1867, d. 23 April 1922

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Abraham I HANKIN

M, #I11673

Family

Marriage 1 : Meta SCHPUNT

  1. Sarah HANKIN STEIN, b. July 1866, d. 20 December 1947

Sources

  1. Missouri death records online at http://www.sos.mo.gov, Online death certificates

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Meta SCHPUNT

F, #I11674

Family

Marriage 1 : Abraham I HANKIN

  1. Sarah HANKIN STEIN, b. July 1866, d. 20 December 1947

Sources

  1. Missouri death records online at http://www.sos.mo.gov, Online death certificates

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Minnie DUNN

F, #I11675, b. 05 June 1900, d. 07 May 1969

Family

Marriage 1 : Jacob PARELMAN m. 24 August 1927 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA, b. 09 December 1899, d. 21 February 1984

Sources

  1. Missouri death records online at http://www.sos.mo.gov, Online death certificates
  2. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Jacob PARELMAN

M, #I11676, b. 09 December 1899, d. 21 February 1984

Family

Marriage 1 : Minnie DUNN m. 24 August 1927 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA, b. 05 June 1900, d. 07 May 1969

Marriage 2 : Susie G. MARCUVITZ

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Betty LESSER

F, #I11677

Sources

  1. Morton Jessup ROSE genealogy,

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Isaac PARELMAN

M, #I11678, b. 1872, d. 13 December 1914

Family

Marriage 1 : Ida Etta MINKIN , b. abt. 1878, d. 07 April 1936

  1. Jacob PARELMAN, b. 09 December 1899, d. 21 February 1984
  2. Joseph PARELMAN, b. 01 February 1902, d. 06 April 1954

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Ida Etta MINKIN

F, #I11679, b. abt. 1878, d. 07 April 1936

Family

Marriage 1 : Isaac PARELMAN , b. 1872, d. 13 December 1914

  1. Jacob PARELMAN, b. 09 December 1899, d. 21 February 1984
  2. Joseph PARELMAN, b. 01 February 1902, d. 06 April 1954

Marriage 2 : Harry LEVINE

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Joseph PARELMAN

M, #I11680, b. 01 February 1902, d. 06 April 1954

Family

Marriage 1 : Rosa METZGER m. 16 June 1929 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA

  1. Grover Allen PARELMAN
  2.    Carol PARELMAN

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Rosa METZGER

F, #I11681

Family

Marriage 1 : Joseph PARELMAN m. 16 June 1929 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA, b. 01 February 1902, d. 06 April 1954

  1. Grover Allen PARELMAN
  2.    Carol PARELMAN

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Harry LEVINE

M, #I11682

Family

Marriage 1 : Ida Etta MINKIN , b. abt. 1878, d. 07 April 1936

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Joseph KAHAN

M, #I11683

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Barrett Baruch VISANSKA

M, #I11684, b. 1848, d. 1932

Family

Marriage 1 : Rachel TRAGER , b. 1848, d. 1915

  1.    Daniel VISANSKA, b. 1874, d. 1936
  2. Annie VISANSKA, b. 1876, d. 1965
  3.    Bertha VISANSKA, b. 1878, d. 1948
  4.    Florence VISANSKA, b. 1880, d. 1941
  5.    Morton VISANSKA, b. 1882, d. 1931
  6. Solomon Asher VISANSKA, b. 1884, d. 1969
  7.    Julia VISANSKA, b. 1886, d. 1896

Sources

  1. Morton Jessup ROSE genealogy,

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Rose KAPALOV

F, #I11685, b. 1851, d. 13 December 1930

Family

Marriage 1 : Meyer MINKIN

  1. Philllip MINKIN, b. 27 January 1873, d. 05 October 1947
  2. Morris MINKIN, b. 06 November 1884, d. 24 August 1958
  3. Ida Etta MINKIN, b. abt. 1878, d. 07 April 1936

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Samuel METZGER

M, #I11686

Family

Marriage 1 : BETTY

  1. Rosa METZGER

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BETTY

F, #I11687

Family

Marriage 1 : Samuel METZGER

  1. Rosa METZGER

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Grover Allen PARELMAN

M, #I11688

Family

Marriage 1 : Gloria SOLOMON m. 26 June 1955 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA, b. 24 April 1935, d. 08 November 1963

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Carol PARELMAN

?, #I11689

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Gloria SOLOMON

F, #I11690, b. 24 April 1935, d. 08 November 1963

Family

Marriage 1 : Grover Allen PARELMAN m. 26 June 1955 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA

Sources

  1. Jackson County Missouri marriage records online, http://records.jacksongov.org/results.asp
  2. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Maurice SOLOMON

M, #I11691

Family

Marriage 1 : Betty MALLIN

  1. Gloria SOLOMON, b. 24 April 1935, d. 08 November 1963

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Betty MALLIN

F, #I11692

Family

Marriage 1 : Maurice SOLOMON

  1. Gloria SOLOMON, b. 24 April 1935, d. 08 November 1963

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Joe M DUNN

M, #I11693, b. 20 March 1902, d. 25 September 1973

Family

Marriage 1 : Anna Rose GLASS , b. 07 January 1904, d. 04 June 1993

  1. Sanford Mayer DUNN, b. 25 July 1929, d. 16 October 1988

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Anna Rose GLASS

F, #I11694, b. 07 January 1904, d. 04 June 1993

Family

Marriage 1 : Joe M DUNN , b. 20 March 1902, d. 25 September 1973

  1. Sanford Mayer DUNN, b. 25 July 1929, d. 16 October 1988

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Morris Harry DUNN

M, #I11695, b. 20 October 1888, d. 17 January 1955

Family

Marriage 1 : Ida Slava MALLIN , b. 15 April 1888, d. 29 September 1947

  1. Manus DUNN, b. 12 October 1912, d. 20 November 1969
  2. Hessie DUNN, b. 18 January 1914, d. 26 November 1992
  3. Faivel DUNN, b. 23 July 1923, d. 31 January 1969

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Ida Slava MALLIN

F, #I11696, b. 15 April 1888, d. 29 September 1947

Family

Marriage 1 : Morris Harry DUNN , b. 20 October 1888, d. 17 January 1955

  1. Manus DUNN, b. 12 October 1912, d. 20 November 1969
  2. Hessie DUNN, b. 18 January 1914, d. 26 November 1992
  3. Faivel DUNN, b. 23 July 1923, d. 31 January 1969

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Manus DUNN

M, #I11697, b. 12 October 1912, d. 20 November 1969

Family

Marriage 1 : Freda LEVIN

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Freda LEVIN

F, #I11698

Family

Marriage 1 : Manus DUNN , b. 12 October 1912, d. 20 November 1969

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Hessie DUNN

F, #I11699, b. 18 January 1914, d. 26 November 1992

Family

Marriage 1 : Iving PELOFSKY

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Iving PELOFSKY

M, #I11700

Family

Marriage 1 : Hessie DUNN , b. 18 January 1914, d. 26 November 1992

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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