Marlene Cherna Roth
Marlene Cherna Roth was released and freed from her earthly bounds May 8, 2018. She is now free to join the love of her life to trip and dance the light fantastic. They were married 58 years and went together for fiv years before that. She was the type of friend that always put others before herself. She leaves behind two children who will hold memories of laughter, joy and love with them for the rest of their lives. We will never forget her twinkling eyes.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Valley, www.hov.org/donate. Graveside service was held Friday, May 11, 2018 at Beth Israel Cemetery.
Sherry Winegarden passed away peacefully in Scottsdale on May 1. Sherry was born and raised in Detroit, and lived in Toledo for 30 years until she moved to Arizona to be with her children (and the sun). Sherry was passionate about elementary education. She taught for 28 years at the Hebrew Academy of Toledo and for four years at the King David School in Scottsdale. She is preceded in death by her husband, Peter Winegarden. She is survived by her daughter Stacie (Aaron) Wittenberg and her son Adam (Deborah) Winegarden, as well as her grandchildren Max and Lucy Wittenberg and Sadie and Madison Winegarden, all of Phoenix. She is also survived by her brother David (Debbie) Rosenberg and many nieces and cousins. Tributes in Sherry’s memory can be made to Pardes Jewish Day School (pardesschool.org).
Fran Kay (Issacs) Goldstein
Fran Kay (Issacs) Goldstein, born on Aug. 19, 1942, in New York, New York, passed away at age 75 on May 4, 2018, in Phoenix, Arizona. Fran was the loving wife of Edwin Goldstein, her husband of 52 years. She is survived by her daughters, Beth Goldstein and Caryn Abraham (John) and her son, Jonathan Goldstein (Dana); her six grandchildren, Zach, Elizabeth, Lauren and Eric Abraham and Andrew and Micah Goldstein; and her brother, Michael Isaacs (Lisa Larsen). She is also survived by her brothers-in-law, Steven Goldstein (Jan) and Barry Goldstein (Mariola) and sister-in-law Ronna Isaacs Stolman (Mark). She also leaves behind her adored dog, Chloe. The family invites donations in Fran’s name to Arizona Humane Society, Hospice of the Valley and Temple Solel Religious School Fund. In honor of Fran’s love of New York, donations may be made to the Central Park Conservancy (centralparknyc.org) or the New York Botanical Garden (nybg.org). Friends and family members attended the celebration of life service, officiated by Rabbi Emily Langowitz, on Tues., May 8, beginning at 11 a.m. at Temple Solel, 6805 E. McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona, 85253. The family extends their warm gratitude to Sinai Mortuary for all their help in preparing Fran for her final esting place, which will be at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.