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Funeral Details

21
Dec

Funeral Details

David I. Mostofsky

SERVICE INFORMATION

Interment - Private

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Interment

Har Hazeisim
Jerusalem, Israel

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Shiva until Sunday morning
mostofsky@gmail.com
Levi's Cell: 347.993.4999
Binyamina's Cell: 917.583.3269
ZOOM calls 9-10am and 7-8pm
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OBITUARY

David I. Mostofsky. Loving husband of Rita Mostofsky. Beloved father of Rabbi Levi (Yifat) Mostofsky and Binyamina Mostofsky.Proud grandfather of Yehudit, Batsheva and Mordechai.To keep everyone safe and healthy, the interment service will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to your favorite charity. To attend the funeral live stream, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822, www.cjfinfo.com




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Arthur Lazarus

Dear Mostofsky Family:
I want you to know that your husband/father/grandfather was one of the most influential individuals in my career. Our paths crossed many years ago -- 1972 to be exact -- when I was a sophomore at BU majoring in psychology. I took his class "intro to learning theory," and I became hooked on the study of human behavior. David opened an important door for me at Boston Children's Hospital, where I conducted a 2-year independent study under his tutelage. We published the results of the study, "Amplitude Changes in Components of the Auditory Evoked Potentials During a Reward-Associated Counting Task," in a journal in 1980, along with our colleague Dr. Yoichi Matsumiya. After BU, I entered medical school at Temple University in Philadelphia (my hometown) and I became a psychiatrist. My medical career would not have been possible had David not mentored me and immersed me in the world of clinical medicine as an undergraduate student. Regrettably, David and I did not stay in touch after I left Boston in 1975, but I will never forget his kindness and willingness to help anyone who needed it. May his memory be a blessing and comfort to all those he touched.
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