Abraham Adler

Abraham Louis Adler

March 2, 1932 - March 16, 2023
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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday, March 17th, 2023 | 12:00pm
    Friday, March 17th, 2023 12:00pm
    Sol Levinson's Chapel
    8900 Reisterstown Road
    Pikesville, MD 21208
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  • Interment

    Beth Jacob Cemetery
    2901 Baltimore Blvd
    Finksburg, Maryland 21048
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  • Shiva

    Family Residence
    9 Hambleton Court
    Baltimore, MD 21208
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    Receiving Friday immediately following interment.

    Receiving will resume Sunday through Wednesday, the family will not be receiving from 11am - 1pm, or from 4:30pm - 6:30pm during these days.

    Shiva services will take place Sunday at 9am and 7pm, Monday through Wednesday at 7:30 am and 7pm each day, and Thursday at 7:30 am.


Donations are being accepted for:
The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore

101 W. Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201

Beth Tfiloh Congregation and School

3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208


Abraham Louis Adler, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Thursday, March 16th, 2023 at the age of 91. He is survived by his loving wife, Faye Adler (nee Kovens); devoted children, Debra Adler (James) Buslik, Linda Adler (Steven) Hurwitz and Arthur (Rachel) Adler; beloved sister, Judith Adler (late Irvin) Hyatt; loving grandchildren, Jeffrey (Nicole) Buslik, Bradley (Sophie) Buslik, Daniel Buslik, Lauren (David) Braunstein, Michael (Morgan) Hurwitz, Andrew (Jordana) Hurwitz, David (Elisabeth) Adler, Sara Beth (Jordan) Cavayero, Aaron Adler, Noah Adler, Matthew Goldbloom and Allison Jill Goldbloom; adored great-grandchildren, Jordan, Ryan, Brett, Chase and Jack Buslik, Max, Nathan, Hannah and Jacob Braunstein and Maya Hurwitz; loving nieces and nephews, Louise K. Goodman, Marjorie Kovens, Scott Kovens, Marc Kovens, Julius and Barbara Hyatt, Esther Greenberg and Jeff Rubin, Saul and Elissa Hyatt, Richard and Shelley Porter-Hyatt. He was predeceased by his loving parents, M. Milton and Anne Adler; devoted daughter-in-law, Esther Ann Adler, beloved brother-in-law, Irvin (Jacqueline) Kovens and Calvin Kovens.

Services at Sol Levinson's Chapel, 8900 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, MD 21208, on Friday, March 17th, 2023 at 12:00 pm. Interment Beth Jacob Cemetery, Finksburg, MD. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, 101 W. Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201 or Beth Tfiloh Congregation, 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208. The family will be in mourning at 9 Hambleton Court, Baltimore, MD 21208, Friday immediately following interment. Receiving Friday immediately following interment. Receiving will resume Sunday through Wednesday, the family will not be receiving from 11am - 1pm, or from 4:30pm - 6:30pm during these days. Shiva services will take place Sunday at 9am and 7pm, Monday through Wednesday at 7:30 am and 7pm each day, and Thursday at 7:30 am.
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We encourage you to share your most beloved memories of Abraham Louis Adler here, so that the family and other loved ones can always see it.


Daryl and Geneva Gamerman

Posted at 12:04am
Dear Adler, Hurwitz, Hyatt, Greenberg families et el,
I remember my late father recalling going to school with Mr. Abe, but my earliest memory was of at the senior Adler's home at the corner of Pinkney Rd where we would enjoy each other's company when there were family visits there, as well as time at synagogue on holidays and the Sabbath.
He was always a genuine gentleman and very pleasant to talk to.. I need help lead some very wonderful families. May his memory be a blessing

Nancy Wachs Mitchell

Posted at 09:55pm
To the entire Adler Family....
As an adopted relative (Louise's 3rd daughter) i have the most wonderful memories of "Uncle" Abe. A true Patriarch. I can only hope to leave behind the legacy of love, family and friendship that Uncle Abe did. I have the fondest memories of Friday night dinners at Aunt Faye & Uncle Abe's...the warm smile he always greeted me with and the twinkle in his eyes....his memory is truly a blessing. a life well lived... xoxo Nancy Wachs Mitchell

Wendy, and Dick Berkow

Posted at 06:09pm
Dear cousins Faye, Debbie, Linda, Arthur, Judy, and Families, Our thoughts are with you at this sad, time. Abe’s impact on so very, many with all the best attributes one could wish for will always be remembered. He wore so many hats so extremely perfectly, that everyone just learned as he led. We are so lucky to have such a wonderful family as all of you. Sending much love also on behalf of our late parents who were part of the mutual admiration society of Abe, and Faye, and all the fun they had together in years past.

Rabbi Jeffrey Orkin

Posted at 10:13am
Dear Linda and Steven and Family:
Condolences on the loss of your father, husband, and grandfather. May his attributes and achievements serve as an inspiration to you in your daily lives. May G-d comfort you amongst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

Rabbi David E. Herman

Posted at 09:44pm
Dear Adler Family,
Abe was the personification of the word "Mensch". He was a man of great substance, wisdom, dignity and class. He regaled me with stories about growing up on Chatham Road and attending Shaarei Tfiloh Congregation as a youngster where his parents of blessed memory were active in the Shul leadership for many years. He never forgot the shul. He even told me beautiful stories about spending Shabbos with his Grandparents of blessed memory.
He was an outstanding human being and a proud Jew. He never failed to help the next person. It was an honor to have known him and to have counted him as a friend. The world would be a better place if there were more people like Abe Adler A'h. He will definitely be missed by the community.
May he be a "Gutte Beiter for his Faye, the children, grandchildren and the entire beautiful family that he leaves behind. May the family comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. May his memory be for a blessing!

Jeff Sirody

Posted at 07:44pm
My sincerest condolences on the loss of a very good man. Abe was a credit to the legal profession, and I greatly appreciated the help and kindness I got from him when I was a young attorney. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

Louise & David Zirretta

Posted at 01:59am
Linda & Steven:
The loss of a parent is deeply life changing...may his memory be for a blessing. Sending our heartfelt love from afar.

Gail Margolis

Posted at 11:18pm
My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to the family. My thoughts are with you at this most difficult time. May all your wonderful memories be in your hearts forever.

Jonathan Okun

Posted at 06:03pm
I am very sorry to hear about my godfather "Uncle Abe". I will always remember as a little boy going to our family Hannukah parties and running for my "corner" with all of my presents. I would always save Abe's for last since I knew it was going to be the best one in the pile. As I got older I would always hear different people talking about Abe and was always incredibly proud to tell them that I was related to him and that he was my godfather. You also know how good of a job Abe and Faye did as parents by how all of their children turned out so well done.

Ellyn and Stephen Polakoff

Posted at 04:49pm
Linda and Family,
Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your Dad. Please know we are thinking of you during this difficult time.


Posted at 11:47am
Dear Faye, Linda, Deby and Arthur,
Words can't express how sorry I am. Abe was larger than life.
A gutta neshama. I will always treasure the time I spent knowing him.

Marsha, Sherwin and Alana Yoffe

Posted at 08:10am
Dear Linda and Family,
Our sincerest condolences upon the loss of your beloved father,husband and grandfather, Abe Adler. How he loved to watch girls basketball at BT! May your good memories comfort you always.

Bill Fox

Posted at 04:57pm
A wonderful man has left us but his memory will live on forever through the wonderful family he has left behind and the wonderful human being he was. Abe was a mensch of the highest order, a gutta neshama who was truly loved by all who had the honor of knowing him. I'm proud to say I had that honor.
Myra and I extend sincerest condolences to the entire Adler clan.

Lisa and Jerry Sopher

Posted at 04:55pm
Dear Adler and Families,
We send our sincerest condolences to all.

Baltimore City College Alumni Association

Posted at 02:14pm
To all who mourn for
Abraham L. Adler,
the Officers and Board of the
Baltimore City College Alumni Association
extend their condolences.

David Tenser and Carolyn Gelblum

Posted at 11:42am
Dear Faye and Family,
We are so sorry to learn of Abe's passing. He was loved by many, many people who will always remember how he touched their lives. We pray that these beautiful memories help sustain and bring you comfort during this difficult time.
With love to all the Families.

Cynthia Kleiman

Posted at 10:17am
Faye, Linda, Debbi, Arthur and family. I am so sorry to hear of your profound loss. I remember Abe from the Shelleydale neighborhood, Jayme being very close friends with Debbi, Park school, WCC , and being such close friends with my dad and Helene. He was ALWAYS such a beautiful man, kind and thoughtful. Thankfully you were able to share many fulfilling years with him. May his memory be a blessing and support for you in the weeks and years moving forward.

Cynthia Dorf and Ron Kleiman, Florida

Sandy and Malcolm Berman

Posted at 07:41pm
Faye and the entire Adler Family,
We are very sorry to hear of Abe passing. He always had a smile and a warm hello when we would see him. Abe was so proud of his entire family. He was the true definition of a gentleman. May he now rest in peace.

Ron Eisenberg

Posted at 06:45pm
To all people Adler. Sad loss of a great man. But when I think of my many decades of interactions with Abe, Faye, Linda, Debbi and Arthur, I can't help but smile. So many years and so many wonderful memories, all starting at Beth Jacob when Abe and my father enjoyed so many laughs. One of my biggest honors was to be included in the Neilah Page Turning Club. Rest in Peace.

Donna Shapiro

Posted at 05:37pm
Dear Faye and family-
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your beloved Abe. My mind wanders back to the high holidays at Beth Jacob, when Abe, strutting up the aisle, would always stop and chat with my dad, and bestow a kiss on all of the ladies, truly a man for all seasons. May you always be wrapped in Abe’s loving arms, and may his wonderful memories, that you shall cherish, be of consolation to you always and all ways.
With love and respect,
Donna Schenker Shapiro

Eugene Friedman

Posted at 04:25pm
I offer my condolences to the family. Abe was my mentor, guide and coach in my early years in law. He provided me a compass to use to navigate my journey. I still use it. He stood above everyone in his desire to help those in need.

Linda Speert

Posted at 04:06pm
Dear Linda and Family,
I didn’t know your Dad well, but it was always easy to know when he was around. His was the gentle, kind light in the room, warming the hearts of everyone in his path. He was clearly very proud of his loving family and your remarkable achievements, Linda. May his memory, his smile and his love of family always be a blessing.

Michael Hettleman

Posted at 04:01pm
Dear Adlers all: After you’ve played golf with Abe twice per week for more than 40 years you have heard a lot about the Adler projeny. In that sense, I think that I know all of you. He was so proud of all of your accomplishments and loved you unequivocally. Bit none of you was ever # 1. That was a spot reserved for Miss Fay. Our families go back so far - to the halcyon days of Hadassah and Abe are both proud Alums of F&M. But most of all he was a great friend and I will always carry a piece of him with me. Barbara joins me in sending our sincerest condolences. Although Abe is no longer with us, his enduring legacy will be around for a very long time. Warmest wishes.

Linda haas

Posted at 03:25pm
Dear Faye, Linda and Judy,
The tributes to Abe have been sincere, magnificient and many. There is little else to say without becoming redundant. The only thing left to say is we would all be better people if we could emulate, not all of Abe's attributes but least a few.

Linda, the saying,," The Apple doesn't fall far from the tree ", is certainly applicable to you !

We send our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family on your profound loss.
Linda and John Haas

Murray Resnick

Posted at 03:04pm
Dear AdLer Family My deepest sympathies on your loss. Abe was a wonderful guy ,a great attorney and a real mensch.May he Rest In Peace.

Betty and Joe Caplan

Posted at 12:17pm
Our deepest sympathy to Faye, Judy and the entire Adler family. We are so sorry for your loss. From ULP and City College days, Abe was always such a nice guy. May the wonderful memories help bring you comfort.

Baila Waldholtz

Posted at 09:36am
Dear Linda and Family,
We are thinking about you and your family at this very sad time. Your dad will be missed by all that knew him. He was such and amazing man. I remember so many wonderful times with your family. May his blessed memory be a source of comfort for your entire family. The funeral for your father was a beautiful tribute to him.

Myles Friedman

Posted at 08:21am
The only words that I can think about that have not already been said are: “He was the best.” I will miss seeing or being with him at the club, Court, and shul , but for sure he will never be forgotten . Test in peace my friend. Myles

Susan Perl

Posted at 06:59am
Linda & Family,
Our sincere condolences on the loss of Abe. We think of his friendly and gracious manner as we entered Woodholme, a true gentleman. His memory will be a blessing.
Susan & Ed Perl

Susan Perl

Posted at 06:55am
Dear Linda & Family,
Our sympathy of the loss of Abe. We warmly remember him for his friendly and gracious manner, a true gentleman. We know his memory will be a blessing.
Susan & Ed Perl

Richard Bloom

Posted at 12:27am
Dear Faye and Family, Please accept my sincere condolences.


Jan and Sue Guben

Posted at 10:22pm
Faye and Adler Family: A bit repetitive based on so many other comments but mensch is the best descriptive word for Abe Adler. May your great memories of this wonderful man provide strength and comfort in the days ahead. Jan and Sue Guben

Debra and Maurice Furchgott

Posted at 10:22pm
We always thought of Abraham Adler as the consummate family man and community leader.

Sue and Michael Paymer

Posted at 10:14pm
Dear Adler family
May your wonderful memories of a life we’ll lived help to sustain you at this most difficult time.
The Paymer family

sybil kolodny

Posted at 09:13pm
Dear Faye, Linda, Judy and Adler family

We always enjoyed seeing your family at so many special events. IRv spent many hours with Abe and Arthur at all the McDonough School sporting events. Never missed a game so he could watch his grandson on the field. Abe was
A real people person. He has a way about him that you felt you were the only person in the room.
He will be truly missed in the community but mostly by his loving family. Rest in peace. Fondly sybil kolodny and IRv settleman

Lynn Weisberg

Posted at 06:16pm
To the entire Adler family, my deepest sympathies. I came into Abe's life later than most when I worked on Faye's family history books. He was the most gracious and kind and patient man I had ever met. He took the time to translate all of the Hebrew documents and then of course a story went with each one. I got a up close and personal look into his life from birth to into his 80's and it was a special treat. Listening today at the funeral as everyone spoke about his life I can only hope that if I am half the person he was it will be more than enough. Abe, you left an unbelievable legacy... RIP

Steven Weintraub

Posted at 05:54pm
Dear Faye and family
Everyone has lost a very special person . There are no words that can express our sorry . He will be missed by everyone .
Steve and Susie Weintraub

Paula & Jay LeBow

Posted at 05:39pm
Linda and family-
Your dad was one of those special men that I always enjoyed spending time with, and will always remember. A life to be celebrated. May his memory be a source of strength for you and your family during this difficult time.

Joan Goldstein Gould

Posted at 05:37pm
Dear Faye and Judy,
Although I didn't know this exceptional person, as has been expressed by so many, you have my sincerest condolences on the loss of your beloved and adoring husband and brother, Abe Adler. Faye, as a niece of Sylvia and Herbie Henderson, I heard his name often mentioned as the groom of Faye Kovens, and Judy, as a fellow FPHS '53 classmate, I now know that you had a brother who became best known for being a true "Mensch". May his memory forever be a blessing and may Abe forever rest in peace.

Ray Altman

Posted at 05:31pm
I have wonderful memories of Abe both as a friend, mentor, lawyer and incredible human being. We need more like him. I will sincerely miss him. He was extraordinary.

Rhoda and Stanley Brown

Posted at 04:53pm
Dear Adler and Kovens Families
Stanley and I are so upset reading this news. As you know Stanley was such a fan of his Abie. He never stopped talking about his being a true mensch. Linda when I see you in DD when we’re in town I just want to give you a giant hug. What beautiful memories for all who knew and loved him. May he rest in Peace.

Marvin & Marcia Frankel. Buffalo NY

Posted at 03:47pm
Our deep sympathy at this very sad time. We have sweet memories of a special night together at the Stemplers several years ago.

Arlene Bekman

Posted at 03:41pm
Linda and Family,
My sympathy and heartfelt thoughts go out to you and yours. May the many beautiful memories always stay alive!

Eddie Jacobson

Posted at 03:24pm
My condolences on the loss of your dad. He was a good guy. We will miss him!
Love, Eddie Jacobson

Rand Dorman

Posted at 03:03pm
Dear Faye and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Our families have been intertwined in so many ways. His passing is a great loss.

Elaine and Alvin Katz

Posted at 03:01pm
Dear Faye and Family—please accept Elaine’s and deepest sympathy. We’ve known Abe foe many years and have always held him in high esteem. Abe was a true gentleman and gentle man. He was a true mensh and will be sorely missed. May he rest in peace.

shellye and steve gilden

Posted at 02:29pm
Dear “Aunt” Faye , Linda,Debbi ,Arthur , sister Judy and the entire extended Adler , Hurwitz,Buslik ,Hyatt and Kovens families…please accept our love and heartfelt condolences on the passing of your beloved husband, father , grandfather and great grandfather Abe Adler or as my dad called him “Avraham”. We are so sorry for your loss . May his smile and warmth live on through each of you . May his memory and extraordinary values continue to live on for all generations. Our thoughts and prayers are with you . May his memory be for a blessing.

Terry Zimlin

Posted at 02:16pm
Jerry and I were so sorry to hear about Abe’s passing. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. He will surely be missed.
Terry and Jerry Zimlin

Gail Oppel

Posted at 02:11pm
Dear Faye, Linda and Family,
My sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved Abe. I hope your many happy memories will be a comfort to you now and always.

Eddie Jacobson

Posted at 01:41pm
Faye, Debra, Linda and Family,
My condolences on the loss of Abe. He was was one of the good guys... always nice to see him
We will all miss him!
Eddie Jacobson

Joe Fader

Posted at 01:38pm
Dear Faye, Arthur and then entire Adler family.

All of the Faders were sad to hear of your Husband, Father and Grandfather’s passing. He was always a gentleman and a scholar. Abe was a kind, gentle and loving man, and he will always be remembered that way. The Faders are sending you our love.

charlotte & Stephen Kleeman

Posted at 01:30pm
Dear Linda,
We are so sorry to read about your dad. I remember him from the Greengate years! Please accept our sincerest condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts are with you.

Lenny Wachs & Sharon Miller

Posted at 01:27pm
Dear Adler Family,
Your lives and the lives of all who knew him were enriched by the presence of Abe. His memory will truly be a blessing.

Sheryl and Stuart Title

Posted at 01:19pm
Sending sincere condolences. May your loving memories be a source of comfort.

Janet Billig

Posted at 12:59pm
Dear Faye, I grieve with you and your family on Abe’s passing. You and your entire family were blessed to have him for so many years and I hope you will be consoled by the wonderful memories you have of your life together. Abe will be sorely missed by all who loved and admired him. With deepest sympathy…Jan

Barbara O Lichtenberg

Posted at 12:32pm
May you and your extended families keep deep in your hearts times spent with Abe. The Jewish community, the legal community, and his many many friends will miss Abie’s smiling face and kind words. He was a treasure to all of us.

Barbara O Lichtenberg

Posted at 12:25pm
To the Adler and Hyatt Families:
My sincere condolences are with all of you. Our families have shared many happy times throughout our lives. Abe was one of a kind. He always had a smile on his face and kind words for everyone who came in contact with him. The Baltimore Jewish community will sorely miss this outstanding human being, along with our legal community.. May you and your extended families keep so many happy times and beautiful memories deep In your hearts.

Hillel Greenstein

Posted at 12:13pm
Hazel and I are so sorry to hear of Abe's passing. If I may share a memory. Only yesterday, when talking about opening zyzyx! and that there were only the two of us, we were telling friends how you both were such a help, both in advice giving and showing us how to gift wrap. He was a wonderful person and friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Carole & Billy Glick

Posted at 12:10pm
Dear Linda & Family,
So sorry to hear this sad news. Sending our deepest condolences. May all your wonderful happy family memories help you get through this difficult time. Our prayers are with you.

Carol Henderson

Posted at 11:56am
Dear Faye, I was so sorry to learn about Abe's passing. Moving back to
Baltimore Barry and I were so happy
To see both you and Abe. We ho
Back so many years eith your wonderful Kovens family. Abe was
Truly the best of the best, may you
Have memories of a life well lived.


Erma Caplan

Posted at 11:55am
Dear Linda:
I watched you join your Dad and his buddies for lunch every Wednesday at the old Suburban House and saw the joy and devotion you shared. How lucky you are to have such wonderful memories. Sending condolences to you and your family.

Barrie and Harold Smullian

Posted at 11:27am
We are saddened to hear of Abe's passing. He was always friendly, engaging and a fine gentleman. Our memories of your wonderful family go back to the memorable days of Beth Jacob.

Susan Weikers

Posted at 11:12am
Dearest Faye, Debbie, Linda, Arthur, Judy and family
My heartfelt condolences to you all and to all who knew and loved dear Abe. Abe Adler personified the word "Mensch". A special, gentle and kind human being, who was available to all. I pray that all of the wonderful memories that you shared will bring you comfort during the difficult days ahead. May dear Abe Rest in Peace and May his Memory be for a blessing.

Donald G Salganik

Posted at 11:12am
Dear Faye, Judy and the entire Adler family please except my deepest condolences for your loss. Abe was a true gentleman and will be sadly missed.

Andy and Bernie Denick

Posted at 11:12am
Celebrating memories that go back to the Samester. Sending much love and healing thoughts to the entire family. Abe was one of the good guys and we shall miss him.

Karen and Ron Ginsberg

Posted at 11:11am
Sending deepest condolences on your loss and hope your wonderful family memories will comfort you .

Michael Parson

Posted at 11:02am
My deepest and sincere condolences to the whole Adler family.

Ruthie Block

Posted at 10:58am
Such a great loss to a wonderful family, Abe Adler. Please accept my sincere condolences at this sad time. May your wonderful memories bring smiles and comfort during this difficult time.
Love and hugs to all, Ruthie Block

Richard and Janet Behrend Livingston

Posted at 10:58am
Linda, Arthur, Debbie and family we send our sincere condolences for the loss of your wonderful Dad. From our days at Point O' Pines Camp and The Park School, to seeing your folks at the hair salon, I will always think of Abe with his wonderful smile and friendly hello. Our community has a broken heart as we will miss his wisdom , leadership, and passion. May his memory be for a blessing.

Edie Brown

Posted at 10:56am
My thoughts and prayers are with you from Florida .Abe was an amazing person &l leader & leaves behind many wonderful memories.

Andy and Bernie Denick

Posted at 10:56am
Celebrating memories that go back to the Samester. Sending much love and healing thoughts to all. Abe was one of the good ones and we shall all miss him.

Leslie Mensh (Sami’s BFF)

Posted at 10:53am
Dear Linda & Family

I would like to add my sincere condolences to you and your entire family on the loss of your beloved father
The numerous fond memories voiced by so many on this site are a fitting tribute to your loving, kind patriarch.
May his memory forever be a blessing

Calvin Adler

Posted at 10:50am
Dear Faye and Family I am heart broken to hear of Abe's passing . You and Abe have been my TV customer for over 40 years . You and Abe have also been great friends. Even though we have the same last name and are not related I always considered you family . When I would come over or talk with you or Abe on the phone it would put a smile on face . My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family . There's not enough good words to describe how he was . . You know if you need anything just call . Love to all . CALVIN ADLER ADLERTVREPAIR

Ellen Goldman

Posted at 10:47am
Dear Aunt Faye, Linda, Arthur, Debbie and Judy,
I can't begin to share all my memories of Uncle Abe and the long relationship between the Farbman and Adler families, otherwise known as the Fardlers of Anton Farms Rd. Your family has a special place in my heart. Uncle Abe will be missed in your daily life but will be carried in your heart every day. Love to all, Ellen Farbman Goldman

Martha Hoffman

Posted at 10:45am
Dear Adler/Kovens family,

Abe was a wonderful, kind man! May his memory be a blessing and rest in peace.

Martha and Bernie Hoffman

Jeff and Helene Waranch

Posted at 10:42am
Dear Linda and family;
So sorry to learn of the passing of your father. We know he will be missed by many. We send our condolences to you and your family. May your many memories sustain you all now and for years to come.

Irene Gordon Gellar

Posted at 10:39am
Dear Faye, Linda and family,
Our sincerest condolences on the passing of your beloved husband and dad. He was a pillar of strength to our community and your family. Our prayers for healing through this difficult time are with all of you. I will be in touch when I return to Maryland. May his memory be for a blessing and may his love for all of you bring you comfort.
Irene and Larry Gellar

Robert and Cari Becker

Posted at 10:38am
Arthur, so sorry to learn of your fathers passing. May the many great memories you have sustain you during this period. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Arlene Silbiger Paul

Posted at 10:29am
To the Adler Family, My sincere condolences to all of the Adler families. He will be missed.
Arlene Silbiger Paul, Boynton Beach, FL.

Lynda Weinstein

Posted at 10:22am
Linda, Sending prayers and sincere condolences to you and your family for the loss of your beloved father. May his memory be a blessing.

Janice and Marc Strauss

Posted at 10:20am
Please accept our deepest condolences. Abe was a warm and kind man and I know he will be missed.

Janet Weisenfreund

Posted at 09:34am
I am so sorry for your family's great loss. May his name and memory always be for a blessing.

Bonnie and Pacy Oletsky

Posted at 09:32am
Dear Faye an family,
Abe was a dear friend to us since the day we met. We remember with smiles the Friday night dinners, the jokes and stories that he loved to tell. A wonderful husband, devoted father and respected by all who knew him, he is a great loss to our community. We send our love to all of you and hope you take comfort in your cherished memories of him.

Sherri Fox

Posted at 09:27am
Faye, Linda and family
So sorry for your loss. I enjoyed seeing Abe on Friday mornings at Beth Tfiloh.

Helen Saltzman

Posted at 09:27am
Dear Adler Family,
I was saddened to hear the news if Abe’s passing. He was the consummate gentleman. Always friendly and warm. He will be missed. You are lucky to have a large warm family who have shared so many happy memories. May those memories help you through this difficult time.

Clara Klein

Posted at 09:17am
Dear Linda , Faye, and the entire Adler/Hurwitz family,
Michael and I were so sorry to hear of the passing of your father. Our hearts are with you all during this difficult time.

Terry Weiner

Posted at 09:14am
To the entire Adler family,

While I only met Abe a couple of times over the years (my stepfather was Norman Paul), he was always engaged in our conversations. May your memories sustain you in the days to come.

ellen wollman

Posted at 09:12am
My dear Faye and all Extended Magnificent Family Members, Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of you Beloved Abe. When I think of him the one word comes to mind to describe Abe is gracious. Of course is among many other wonderful descriptions!! He was truly unique and thank God lived a long and happy life getting to experience many of life's blessings. If I may I would like to share a funny and touching story of the last time I saw Abe. He told me he still couldn't believe that he had a daughter who had just reached that age to receive Social Security Benefits We both laughed but realized how fortunate he was to have achieved this!! He will be missed but his memory will be held dear to his Family and to all who had the pleasure of knowing him. May he Rest In Peace. With sincere love, Ellen Wollman

Patti Friedman

Posted at 09:09am
Abe was a kind and gentle man. He and my late father worked as cooks at a sleep away camp, so that they could go to camp. He was always welcoming and I so admired the importance of Friday night family Shabbat dinners . Always Surrounded by lots of family and friends , fortunate enough to be there. He and Faye were always so kind to me , and made me feel like part of their large and loving family. He will be deeply missed. May his memory be but for a blessing to you all. Sending our love and deepest sympathy to Faye and the entire Adler family .
Patti and Ira Friedman

Fran Kessler

Posted at 09:09am
Dear Adler family, Fran Kessler and Jack Finkelstein send our deepest sympathy and love in memory of a wonderful man.

Ruth Hochman Fader

Posted at 09:08am
Dear Faye & Judy & all those who loved Abe.....
"Special" is the word that comes to mind when I think of Abe. Warm, kind, caring, and always, with a sweet demeanor and smile. To know Abe was to love him. My most since sympathy to all of you as you mourn. But in your mourning, recall all of the wonderful and beautiful things that you remember about Abe. He will live in on in your hearts forever.

Reta Davis

Posted at 09:02am
I am so very sorry about Abe’s passing. So many wonderful memories. He was so kind to me and my family. My very deepest sympathy

Ruth and Marty Schnitzer

Posted at 08:50am
Dear Faye, Judy and Family,

Today we lost a real Mensch. Abe was one of the nicest guys ever. He was always smiling and so friendly. We all had so much fun on Pinckney Road ‘back in the day’. We hope all the wonderful memories you all have help you through this most difficult time. May his memory be for a blessing and may he R.I.P.

Steve Samuelson

Posted at 08:49am
I was very sad to hear of the death of Abe. Please accept my sincere condolences to the family of this fine & gentle man.


Posted at 08:47am
To all the Adlers: Faye, Judy, Linda, Arthur, and all points east and west.
One of the great honors of my life was being selected to succeed my mentor and fried
Abraham as President of both Beth Jacob Congregation and brotherhood.
My late wife Donna was in the same class in elementary school with Faye and Ab.
We will miss you Abraham.

Jo Margolis Wilson

Posted at 08:42am
I am so sorry for the loss of Abe. I have such good memories of him. He was a friend to my entire family. He was a kind and supportive person. I know he will be missed.

Suzanne & Arnold Applefeld-Delray Beach, FL

Posted at 08:36am
Dear Faye and the extended Adler Family,
We were so very sorry to read of Abe’s passing. Condolences to all of the families.

Sheila Mentz

Posted at 08:35am
Dear Linda,
I was so very sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved father. My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. May you be comforted by all of the wonderful memories that you have. May his memory be a blessing.

Karen Greenberg Sugar

Posted at 08:32am
Arthur and whole family,
I'm sorry to learn of your dad's passing, but how wonderful to live a long and full life. May his memory be a blessing to all of you. Fondly, Karen Sugar

Edward Gutman

Posted at 08:30am
Faye and family, So sorry. Abe was someone admired and respected for who and what he was as a person. Sad to learn of his passing.

Susan and Kenny Sprafkin

Posted at 08:09am
Linda and family,
We are so sorry to hear about your dad. He was so fortunate to have lived such a long life and to meet so many great grandchildren. Our thoughts are with you.
Susan and Kenny Sprafkin

Michael Kovens

Posted at 07:55am
Abe was more than a cousin to me and my entire Family.
Abe was always there when needed and would come to our immediate aid. As a tower of knowledge, love and friendship, may he always rest in peace.

Love to all the Families and remember all the happy times

Stan & Barbara (née Weikers) Friedman

Posted at 07:43am
Dear Faye, children, sister Judy and all who loved Abe Adler. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are sad to learn of his passing. He was a kind and caring man who will be missed by many. We hope all the joyous memories you shared be a comfort to you now and always. May his name always be for a blessing and May he rest in Peace! Love, Stan and Barbara Friedman

Barbara Fox Williamson (Bif)

Posted at 07:30am
Dear Faye and family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Abe. He was an example of a loving husband and family man. You have my deepest sympathies, may you find peace in your memories.

Ivan and Rhona

Posted at 07:02am
What a great guy! He will be sorely missed. R. I. P. Abe

Eileen Adler Pelovitz

Posted at 06:45am
Dear Adler family,
Deepest sympathy and condolences for your loss of Abe, a dear relative of my passed dad, Stanley Adler.
May his memory be a blessing.

Carol and Robert Keehn

Posted at 06:29am
May we extend our sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved husband and father. What a wonderful person. May his memory be a source of comfort during this difficult time.

Martha and Stan Weiman

Posted at 05:59am
Dear Faye and family,
From our first meeting when we lived at Fordleigh to the present, our first and foremost memories are of Abe as the quintessential mensch we all aspire to be. May all your many fond memories be of solace at this difficult time.

Howard Eigenberg ( Calabasas,Ca)

Posted at 05:35am
Words can not teach the story on how Abe and Faye forged my life. So many memories. Sending my deepest condolences. My he rest in peace.

Alan and Janet Abramowitz

Posted at 05:26am
Sitting here in Israel, Janet and I were saddened to hear of Abe's passing. I remember him from Beth Jacob but only got to know him when I became a lawyer. Abe was one of the people you called when you needed help. He always was glad to provide assistance and add long ago memories of my parents and grandparents. May his memory be blessed and be a blessing.

Nickie Denick

Posted at 05:04am
Dear Aunt Faye, Aunt Louise and the entire Adler, Hyatt, Kovans family,

I am sending my sincere condolences on the passing of Uncle Abe. There isn't a time I don't remember a huge smile on his face and the photo gallery captures him perfectly - smiling surrounded by family. I am sending love to all. May his memory be a blessing!


Larry E. Hornstein

Posted at 12:55am
Dear Faye, and the Adler family, Marianne and I send our sincere condolences to your family. Abe was friends with my parents going back to the early 1960's at Beth Jacob. He was a wonderful gentleman, and I sat in the same row next to him at Shabbos services at BT. He always had a smile on his face and was very friendly. When my dad Earl Hornstein was not doing well Abe sent him get well cards. Sitting next to him brought back memories of my parents. When his grandchildren came over to visit him at BT during services he always had a big smile on his face. We will miss him. May his memory be for a blessing!

Richard Fradkin

Posted at 12:55am
Dear Faye, Arthur, Linda, Debra, Judy, and the entire Adler, Hyatt, Kovens family,

Sending even my deepest condolences to all of you seems insufficient to my senses. Seeing Abe at the deli every Saturday after shul, surrounded by children and grandchildren who adored him, was always one of the brightest points in my busy day. A different group of us were scheduled to meet with him in just a couple weeks for an honor and privilege we've shared over 30 years or so. I've counted a number of people in the community as personal mentors and friends, but Abe was as fine a person, a mentsch of the highest order, as they come. His name will always be a blessing and my memories of him will always be special, as he was.

Sending much love to all of you,


Patty and Gary Attman

Posted at 11:56pm
Dear Faye and family,
We were so sorry to hear of Abe’s passing. He was always the consummate gentleman.
May his memory be for a blessing.
Patty and Gary Attman

Amy Harris

Posted at 11:37pm
Dear Faye and family,
What a huge loss for the entire family. Abe was such a warm and kind man . He will be deeply missed by everyone. My deepest condolences.

Jo Ann Lippman Klein

Posted at 11:32pm
Dear Family,
I have very fond memories of Mr. Adler from my childhood on Fairlane Drive. He was always so kind. I hope your cherished memories will comfort you in the days ahead and ease the pain of your sorrow.

Faith Schreiber Feingold

Posted at 11:22pm
My sincerest sympathy to all of Abe’s loved ones and to the Baltimore community.

Nifer (Fasman) and Aaron Goldman

Posted at 11:22pm
Dear Aunt Faye,
Our deepest condolences. Sending you and the whole family our love.

Faith Schreiber Feingold

Posted at 11:00pm
My sincerest sympathy to all the Adler family.

Wendy Thomas Wolock

Posted at 10:29pm
Dearest Linda and the entire Adler/Hurwitz Family,
My deepest sympathies on the passing of Abe. From long distance tennis matches to my college experience, Abe showed up and was always there to lend a helping hand. He defined the term mensch! May his memory be a blessing.

Susan & Ivan Rotkovitz

Posted at 10:27pm
Dearest "Aunt" Faye, Linda, Arthur, Judy, and Family,
Our whole family sends our sincerest condolences on "Uncle" Abe's passing. From our earliest years at Beth Jacob, Ilse and I always felt the special friendship between our families, which was echoed by our Mom and Dad, and your loss is our loss, too. Uncle Abe was one of the finest men I've ever known. His kindness, wisdom, wit, beautiful smile, gentle soul, and sincerity, and his deep love for all of you had no boundaries, and we, too, were fortunate to have been recipients of his glow. We will all miss him.
May your memories of Abe be for a blessing and may they always bring comfort and peace to all who knew him.
With love to you from all of us --Suzi, Ivan, Shani, Miri, Dan, and Ilse -- The Rotkovitz, Wagner, and Simon Family

Reta Freeman

Posted at 10:05pm
Dear Adler Family,
I send my most sincere condolences to you. Abe was a special person to our family because of his many kindness shown to my husband, Mannie. When Mannie was no longer able to attend services at Beth Jacob, Abe was one of the very few members who reached out to him. He called, wrote and inquired about him often, and we were very grateful for that. Mannie was happy when he heard from Abe, and anything that made him feel good was important to us. Abe was a special, good and interesting man, and we were all honored to call him a friend. May all your happy memories help you through this sad, difficult time. May his memories be for a blessing!

Alan Shecter

Posted at 09:53pm
A truly remarkable, kind and caring man, talented and caring. Abe will be missed but remembered dearly.

Bruce Friedman

Posted at 09:43pm
I was fortunate to spend many hours with Abe in various courthouses over the years. He was a shining example to all who knew him of how a lawyer should comport himself/herself in a courtroom. A finer gentleman I have never met. May he truly rest in peace.

Gwenn Eisenberg

Posted at 08:21pm
To Faye and the entire Adler Family,
I am so sad to see this. I have known Abe my entire life. He was such a great guy. We started at Beth Jacob and ended up at Beth Tfiloh. Lots of wonderful memories. He was also my lawyer , confidante, and friend. He will be missed by all who knew him. May his soul rest in peace. I am so sorry for this tremendous loss.

Alexander Baer

Posted at 08:10pm
Dear Faye … Arthur and Family … I am in Florida and just heard about Abe … what a beautiful human being … with a smile that could light up a room … I will never forget when my father died and the Rabbi didn’t show up Abe jumped right in and ran the service for our family … he was truly a fine man that will be missed by many … I will personally miss his yearly Associated Pledge calls … how could you say no to Abe … my Love … Thoughts and Prayers go out to his beautiful family at this most difficult time … Alexander

Richard Pazornik

Posted at 07:40pm
Mrs. Adler, Linda, Arthur, Debbie and Aunt Judy; I was saddened to hear of Mr Adler’s passing. Even after more than 40 years, calling him by his first name would not feel right for me.
He was an amazing gentlemen through and through. His warmth and caring for those around him was evident in everything he did. May his memory be a blessing to your family and all who had the honor of knowing him.

Rosalie , Mort Rapoport

Posted at 07:31pm
Dear Faye, Judy, Linda , Arthur ,Debbie and family
Our sincerest sympathy on the loss of your beloved Abe. Abe was always warm, friendly, and with a big smile. Like many others, we have a long history with Abe, going back to our Beth Jacob days . And how Mort and Abe always shared the fact that they both went to Franklin and Marshall College. Please know that you were in our thoughts and prayers during this sad and difficult time. We trust that all of you will be comforted by many special memories of your beloved. Abe

MIke and Tzippie Mahr

Posted at 07:14pm
To all the family members of Abe and Faye, Mike and I send our deepest condolences for your loss of a most wonderful man. He was so loved and will be missed by all who knew him. May his name be for a blessing, and may your special memories of Abe comfort you and be held in your hearts forever.

Mike Holzman

Posted at 07:05pm
Faye, Arthur, Debbie, Linda, Judy, Grandkids & Great Grandkids, When my father died 26 years ago, Abe was at most of the services during Shiva. The first morning at Shacharis, Abe saw me struggling with me putting on T'fillin, as it had been a long time since I had done it. He came over and graciously helped me with them. All during that week, he would check on me, and make sure it was done right. Abe and I spent many years going to Arthur's and Esther's kids sporting events away games driving together and we always had a fun time, win or lose. He told great stories about anything and everything. True meaning of a Mensch!. What a wonderful legacy he leaves, with his amazing family. May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

Roz Weiner

Posted at 06:52pm
Dear Faye and Family,
It is with a sadness in my heart to learn of Abe’s passing. He was a very kind, gentle and caring man with an infectious smile. May his smile and face always bring a smile to you along with all your memories.
Roz Weiner

Helene Penn Dorf

Posted at 06:44pm
To my Dear Cousin Faye, Judy and the entire family, As I am writing this, it is very difficult for me to believe that my dear Cousin Abe is no longer with us. He was so wonderful and special and I will miss him. I will treasure all my fond memories as I am sure you will also. My deepest condolences, Cousin Helene

Stewart Rosenberg

Posted at 06:40pm
Dear Faye and family, I am so saddened to hear of Abe's passing. He was such a wonderful man, the personification of a class act! A true mensch in every way. He enriched the lives of all who knew him and I feel blessed to have been one of them. My heartfelt condolences to you all.

Kassap Family (Capt. John)

Posted at 06:33pm
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Abe . Our family has many cherished memories of Abe. He was an exceptional man who will be sorely missed by many . Sending deepest condolences to Faye , Arthur and the entire family . May his memory be an eternal blessing.

Herta and Arthur Baitch

Posted at 06:08pm
Dear Faye, Judy and Family,
We are so very sorry to learn of your and our loss of wonderful Abe. He was our attorney and friend. The sincere outpouring of all of these condolences are right on target. He will be missed by all who knew him. Our community will not be the same.

Emelie Schwab and family

Posted at 06:03pm
Dear Faye, Linda and the whole Adler/Kovens Family,
So very sorry for your profound loss. May Abe’s goodness, strength and kindness be in your hearts forever.

Bev & Alan Gersh

Posted at 05:51pm
Faye and family, so sorry to hear of Abe’s passing. What a mensch he was. May his memory be for a blessing!!!

Sheila and Harold Fox

Posted at 05:49pm
Dear Faye and Family,
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss of Abe. He was such a nice person, gentleman, and an asset to Beth Jacob during our final years before merging with Beth Tfiloh. May the many fond memories spent with Abe give you comfort during this time and forever.

Janice & Bruce Bolten

Posted at 05:30pm
Dear Faye, Judy, Linda, Debbie, Arthur and all the family---
Sending our deepest condolences to you all.
"A Life Well Lived!"
May you cherish the wonderful memories of your beloved Abe and may he rest in peace.

sanford gerald jacobson

Posted at 05:23pm
Dear Faye, Judy, Debbie, Linda, Arthur and family
Ann and i extend our condolences to you at this time. Abe was one of those really one of a kind individuals - he was admired, loved and respected by everyone who had the good fortune to meet him. Certainly, you will find comfort in the future in reliving the wonderful memories that you have shared.
Ann and Sandy Jacobson

Susan & Arnold Frank

Posted at 04:45pm
Dear Aunt Judy, I am soo sorry for the loss of your beloved brother. I know what you are going through and I am so sorry for you. Please be well and take good care of you and your entire family. Love you

Susan & Arnold Frank

Posted at 04:40pm
Dearest Linda and Family, I am soo sorry to hear about your beloved father Abe. Such a beautiful family and such a great loss to all. My deepest condolences.

Sandra Shevitz Hoffman

Posted at 04:02pm
JudyHyatt. I am so sorry to read of Abrahams passing. I hope u remember me from Burleigh Ave. He was always so nice and kind as were your parents. May your brother Rest In Peace

Rona & Ed Casel

Posted at 03:59pm
Dear Faye and the Adler Family,
We were so sorry to hear that your beloved Abe had passed away! I’ve known your family for a lifetime! You and Abe were a wonderful couple and raised a wonderful family! He was a great guy and will be missed by all that knew him! Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time!

Wilma and Paul Alpert

Posted at 03:55pm
Dear Faye and Family: Please accept our heartfelt condolences on Abe’s passing. another outstanding Mensh and leader has been taken from our community.May his memory be for a blessing always. Sincerely, Wilma and Paul

David & Terry Golaner

Posted at 03:28pm
It was our honor to know and to love Abe -- a man of warmth and wisdom. There will be a huge hole in Jewish Baltimore, and an important empty seat in our section for the High Holidays. May his memory be for a blessing in all of your lives. Baruch Dayan Haemet

Carol Pristoop

Posted at 03:18pm
Dear Adler Family,
Abe was such a kind, joyful, and generous personality. The family he and Faye created have continued to maintain his leadership skills, generosity, and commitment to the Jewish people. May his memory always evoke smiles, inspiration, and blessings.
Allan and Carol Pristoop

Jon S. Cardin

Posted at 03:10pm
Abe was one of my favorite shul buddies, always brought a smile to my face, and like he did with everyone, made me feel like his most important friend at Beth Tfiloh. His memory is for a blessing

Myrna Goldberg

Posted at 03:04pm
Dearest Faye,
Abe was a gem....bright, sweet, caring, and Mort's favorite person to walk with on snowy days when you still lived on Anton Farms Road.
To you and your entire, family, we extend our deepest sympathy,
Myrna Goldberg

Karen & Sandy Teplitzky

Posted at 02:55pm
I grew up at Beth Jacob, sitting with my mother, Marcia Rothstein and grandmother, Clara Zuriff, on one side of the men's section. The Adlers and Hyatts sat on the other. As a child, I viewed them as Beth Jacob "royalty!" Abe was always warm, friendly, down-to-earth and engaging which made me feel very special, even though that's just how he was with everyone. The Baltimore Jewish community has lost a wonderful ambassador. Our sincere condolences and deepest sympathy to Faye, Judy and the entire extended family. How fortunate you were to have him in your lives for so many decades.

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