Funeral Details - Chicago Jewish Funerals

Funeral Details

21
Dec

Funeral Details

Marvin Einhorn

SERVICE INFORMATION

Interment - Private

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Shiva

Zoom Shiva
Tuesday and Wednesday
7:30 PM
SHIVA

Memorial Contributions

Temple Beth Israel
3601 West Dempster Street
Skokie, Illinois 60076
www.tbiskokie.org
or
Kol Zimrah Jewish Community Singers
In care of Michael Mitzen
200 East Delaware Place, Unit 23A
Chicago, Illinois 60611


OBITUARY

Marvin Einhorn, 83, beloved husband and friend of Minna for 67 years. Beloved father of Steven (Julie Berg) Einhorn and Cheryl (Jeffrey Liskar) Einhorn. Proud grandfather of Jonathan and Benjamin Berg-Einhorn, Jeremy and Rachel Liskar. Loving brother-in-law of the late Phillip (the late Sharon) Singer, Eunice (Jerry) Shapiro, and Judith Hurwich (Kenneth Zoline). Fond uncle of Phyllis (George) Minzer, Larry (Jean) Singer, Amy Shapiro (Alex Cortes), and grand uncle of Jack Singer. Marvin was a lifelong active bicyclist, hiker, and adventure travelling companion. Extraordinary photographer, and since retirement member of MEL and SEL, and bridge-playing partner. Memorial contributions may be made to: Temple Beth Israel (www.tbiskokie.org) or Kol Zimrah Jewish Community Singers (in care of Michael Mitzen), 200 E. Delaware Place, Unit 23A, Chicago, IL 60611. To attend the memorial service livestream, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822, www.cjfinfo.com




GUEST BOOK

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PATRICK EBENHOEH

Marvin has been a valued neighbor at our condominium community. He was always very pleasant, soft-spoken and very intelligent with a good sense of humor. I always enjoyed the many opportunities I had to speak with him. I feel indebted to him for the very important contributions he made as Treasurer of our Community Board. I find myself thinking about him a lot since he passed and I feel sad as I look across at his condo. He will certainly be missed.

ROSLYNE HEIMANN

Our sincere condolences on your loss. We will truly miss the soft-spoken, warm, and friendly fellow TBI member we have shared our lives with.
Fondly, Roz and Ernie Heimann

Paula Drues

May Marvin dwell among the righteous Jews...
amen
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