JACK R. FISHER, died April 8, 2009. Son of the late Stanton (the late Dorothy) Fisher; husband of Linda Fisher; step-father of Jessica Kessler, Jennifer Hasheider and Lindsey Warnack; step-grandfather; brother of Karen (Kevin) Connolly, Janet Fisher, Susan (Rick) Mergen and Fran Fisher; uncle to Drew Kwiatek; Christopher Mergen, Stephanie, Colleen and Caroline Connolly. In lieu of flowers or tributes, Jack would like you to take someone special out to lunch and enjoy their company for life can be short.
RAYMOND HOWARD GETZLOW, died April 15, 2009. Husband of Judith Getzlow; father of Kim (Dean) Meriwether; brother of Leon Getzlow and Gloria (the late Albert) Burjoski. Contributions to the American Cancer Society or to the American Kidney Foundation. Berger Memorial
DR. MICHAEL M. HARRIS, died April 15, 2009. Husband of Pat Harris; father of David, Anne and Yoni Harris; step-father of Nathan (Ora) Rosenfeld and Rachel Daugherty; grandfather of Eliyahu Dovid, Zechariah Yosef, Yitzchak and Esther Raizel Rosenfeld; son of the late Monford (Rivkah) Harris. Dr. Harris was a professor of management at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Contributions to Agudas Israel of St. Louis or to St. Louis Kollel. Berger Memorial
ROSE ROUTBURG INGER, died April 6, 2009 at the age of 91 in Los Angeles, CA., where she moved to in 2005. Wife of Jerome Inger; mother of Sharon (Milton) Katz, Sue (Barry) Bakalor; sister of the late Millie Lipman, the late Harvey Routburg and the late Paul Routburg; grandmother of Stephanie Maker, Tamara (Eric) Golden, Mark Bakalor, and Scott Bakalor; great-grandmother of Maegan Bakalor, Asa Maker, and Eli Maker, and former saleswoman at Famous Barr boys department in Clayton. Contributions to Safehome, P.O. Box 4563, Overland Park, Kansas 66204.
JULIA LAMBERG, died April 15, 2009. Widow of Ben Lamberg; mother of Eleanor (Harry) Loebner and Walter Lamberg; grandmother of Jon Michael Loebner, Lesley (Ray) Lutker, Heather Loebner and Alan Lamberg; great-grandmother of Rebecca Loebner, Ryan and Alyssa Lutker; sister of the late Max and Albert Bleiweiss. Contributions to the Arthritis Foundation. Rindskopf-Roth
HARRIET BURKOFF NEWPORT, died April 6, 2009 in Houston, Texas. Widow of Bernard G. Newport; daughter of Sarah and Philip Burkoff; mother of Lynn (Linda) Newport, Carol Newport (Jerry) Wasserstein; Jeffrey (Tseela) Newport; grandmother of Brent (Sallye) Wasserstein; Bari Newport, Joy (Marc) Nathan and Emily Newman; Jill (Steven) Newman and Mandi Newport; great-grandmother of Becca Naomi and Julia Nathan, Emily Newman; sister-in-law of Carla (Leonard) Weintraub, Dolly Newport and Morris Matlof; numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Newport was a teacher in the Ladue School District in St. Louis County, a member of the Harris Teachers College Honorary Sorority, a life member of Hadassah, was a Board Member at Shaare Zedek Congregation in St. Louis for several years and served on the Residents Council of The Medallion at Seven Acres. She enjoyed her time with the Literary Club, Clayton Bridge Club and the Culture Vultures.
MOLLIE POKRES, died April 7, 2009. Wife of Martin A. Pokres; mother of Sheldon (Ilene) Pokres and Dennis P. (Ellen) Pokres; sister of Evelyn (Marvin) Goldenberg and Aileen (Joseph) Shanker; grandmother of Debra Sue (Scott) Gates, Jill Ellen (Dr. Brian) Maybruck,, Scott Lee Pokres, Allyson Michelle Pokres, Todd Laurence Cohen Pokres and Zachary William Cohen Pokres; great-grandmother of Adam Gates and Jacob Gates; sister-in-law of Frieda (the late Irwin) Kreisman and Lorraine (the late Harry) Robin. Dear aunt and friend. The family wishes to thank the doctors and nursing staff at Missouri Baptist ICU for their help and support. Contributions to Congregation B'nai Amoona. Berger Memorial
ALBERT POPEK, died April 14, 2009. Widower of Anita Popek; father of Gary Bennett, Debra (Daryl) Davis and the late Denise (the late Edgar) Willer; grandfather of Jennifer and Kristen Wolff; brother of the late Ruth (Mel) Feldman; special friend of Bella Woolf. Contributions to the Alzheimer's Association, 9374 Olive Blvd., St. Louis, Mo 63132 or to the American Cancer Society. Berger Memorial