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Funeral Details

21
Dec

Funeral Details

Arthur O. Silver

SERVICE INFORMATION

Date and Time

Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 3:00 PM

Graveside

Shalom Memorial Park
1700 Rand Road
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004

Clergy

Rabbi David Oler

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Memorial Contributions

Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago (JUF)
30 South Wells Street
Chicago, Illinois 60606
www.juf.org


OBITUARY

Arthur O. Silver. 94.
Beloved husband of the late Judith. Loving brother of the late Mollie (the late Harry) Director, the late William (the late Anne) Silver, the late Gladys (the late Arthur) Falk and the late Mildred (the late Sherman) Warady. Cherished uncle, great uncle and great great uncle of many. Dear friend to Sharon Olsen Abrams and many others. Business executive, board member, leader, coach and mentor. Graveside service Wednesday 3PM at Shalom Memorial Park Cemetery (Section 2) 1700 W, Rand Road, Arlington Heights. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago (JUF), 30 S. Wells Street, Chicago, IL 60606, www.juf.org. To attend the funeral live stream, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822, www.cjfinfo.com.




GUEST BOOK

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I enjoyed knowing Arthur for nearly all my life. I admire his many passions, his dedication to his business, and his quest for learning. I have very fond memories of times with him in Chicago, Madison, and a trip or two to Door County. I particularly rememder doing yoga with Arthur in the 1970s, and a trip to Door County in 2016, during which we spent time at an art studio working on art pieces together. He lived a full life filled with many adventures, and I shall remember him fondly.

Laura Olsen Dugan

July 27, 2021
We called him Uncle Art, those of the previous generation called him Babe. The youngest of 5 whose parents, Carl and Bella, were immigrants from Poland and Russia and spoke Yiddish as their first language.

When we were growing up his visits to our home for holidays, birthdays, and other celebrations were always a treat. His pleasant, friendly, quiet demeanor was impactful He was bigger than life and was always doing interesting things.

I recall his assistance when my family moved to Israel. His correspondence when my mother took ill was very kind, supportive, and balanced. Later I would see him when I visited Chicago and heard about his life and adventures.

He will be missed. Really I've missed him for a while already.

Chaim (Lee) Kransen

July 28, 2021
Uncle Art, my mother's brother,

Uncle Art will be sadly missed. He helped and inspired all who he came in contact with. He helped them with a full heart and lived life to the fullest. In our family, he was the last of his generation.
We all loved him and we always will love his memory.

Ira Director

July 28, 2021
I enjoyed being Arthur caregiver for four years. You will truly be miss

Angela Sanders

July 28, 2021
I was a caregiver to Art for the last 3 years. He had a great sense of humor and brought a smile to my face as well as others. He will truly be missed

Norma Torres

July 28, 2021
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