Arnold Feldman

Dr. Arnold S. Feldman

May 5, 1930 - March 23, 2021
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    Friday, March 26th, 2021 | 12:00pm
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Beth El Congregation

8101 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21208

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

1212 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21210


Dr. Arnold S. Feldman, of Baltimore, MD and Boynton Beach, FL, passed away on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021 at the age of 90. He is survived by his loving wife Beverly Feldman (nee Schreter) of 67 years; by his children Roger (Cyndy) Feldman and Andrew Feldman (Gwen Hirsch), his grandchildren Jenna (Evan) Schapiro, Miles Feldman (fiancée Cassie Struble), Alexis (Janu) Mendel, Harris Feldman, and Jack Feldman, and by his great-grandchildren Hayden Schapiro and Kaia Mendel. He was predeceased by his parents Max and Sylvia Feldman and his son, Curtis.

Arnold loved people and he touched so many lives. HIs smile and friendliness were contagious. After practicing endodontics for 30 years, he became a financial advisor with Legg Mason. His many interests included sailing, tennis, golf, music, travel, reading and the study of Judaism. His greatest joy was being surrounded by his loving wife, family and friends. He will be missed by so many.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Beth El Congregation, 8101 Park Heights Ave, Pikesville, MD 21208 or Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 1212 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201.
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Hillary Wohl

Posted at 11:19am
Dear Beverly and Family,
Your Arnold was a dear friend, wonderful husband and father, and helped so many in his careers. After I believe 67 years of marriage you are blessed with a lifetime of memories and a beautiful family; a testament to Arnold's strength and love. May you find peace and comfort in your memories, family, and many friends. Love, Hillary

Gail Lipsitz

Posted at 03:59pm
Dear Beverly and Family,
I was saddened to learn of your beloved Arnold's death. He, together with you, Beverly, was a vital part of our Beth El family, as you will continue to be. I will write to you personally, but for now I want to extend my sincere condolences to you all. May Arnold's memory be a blessing to you and all who knew him, as was his life.
Sincerely, Gail Lipsitz

Betsy Ringel

Posted at 03:25pm
Dear Beverly, Andy and Feldman family-
Rhoda and I were so sorry to hear about your loss. We send our love and sincere condolences. May Arnold's memory be a blessing.

Jimmy Berg

Posted at 12:16am
Beverly, Andy and Family,

My deepest condolences on your loss. Arnold was a terrific guy and I used to really enjoy the talks I had with him. He was a true mensch and a caring and interesting person. May his memory be a blessing to everyone that had the pleasure to know him.

Jimmy Berg

Stephen Jay Zimmerman

Posted at 01:42pm
Henny and Steve Zimmerman send our condolences to the Feldman Family. We Have known Arnold and Bev for many years going back to our days of owning Howard Luggage. Our memories of both Arnold and Bev are wonderful and they were always lovely people and they always had smiles on their faces.

Gwenn Eisenberg

Posted at 12:33pm
Dear Beverly and Family,

I am so sorry to see this. As a neighbor at HH for so many years I probably saw you more in the lobby and elevators, but that was a lot. Except for one day Arnold said, I want to make sure your investments are OK. I will look at them up at my place and make sure . I was so happy to go up and have such a great conversation with both of you. To see all of the pictures. I go way back to Beth Jacob, where I was raised from age 4 to when it closed. Peanut chews. Sidney. Seems like yesterday.
Arnold was such a kind man and always wanted to know if I was OK. You were such a handsome couple.
What a tremendous loss to all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Sheryl and Stuart Title

Posted at 11:12am
We are so very sorry for your loss. Dr. Feldman was always so nice sitting next to him in High Holiday services. May your dear, sweet, loving memories be a source of comfort.

Rabbi Ronald Z. Schwartz

Posted at 08:26pm
May you find comfort in precious memories and Israel's faith in Life Eternal.

"I don't want to get old. I want to get older," said his father in law, Sidney "son of Pops" Schreter. Beverly, you've had a long, fun ride together. Arnold's smile will never leave you. A wise son of his people, he lives on through the ones he loves.

May consolation come to you soon.

Gail Hoffberger Margolis

Posted at 07:43pm
I am so very sad and sorry to hear of Arnold's passing. We were all neighbors on Melisa Court for so many years. My most heartfelt sympathy to the family. May all your wonderful memories be in your hearts forever. My thoughts are with you during this most difficult time. Sending love and hugs !

Myerberg Center

Posted at 07:31pm
Our hearts go out to the Feldman family. Arnold was a regular visitor to our Center and Bagel Boys. There was never a day he was without a smile. We'll continue to cherish and share the special moments we had with Arnold.

Eileen Fish Shatzman

Posted at 07:30pm
Dear Andy and family,
I'm so very sorry to hear of your dad's passing. I have such great memories of your dad and mom. Your dad was so genuinely kind, always. May his memory always be a blessing.

Beth and David Swirnow

Posted at 06:34pm
Andy and Family,
So very sorry to learn of the passing of your Dad. May his memory be a blessing. Our thought and prayers go out to each of you during this difficult time.

Fred & Joan Magaziner

Posted at 06:07pm
Dr. Arnold S. Feldman
To say that Arnold Feldman will be missed by me and so many others is no small matter or trivial statement for I am so proud for being counted among his many friends.
Arnold Feldman has played an integral part in many of my professional, clinical, diagnostic, educational, and financial aspects of my life. Early in my career he was so supportive of getting involved in organized dentistry. At that time Arnold was the Secretary of the Maryland State Dental Association. In those days Arnold’s endodontic practice on upper Park Heights Avenue was the official repository of the Association’s files, records and paraphernalia. These visits grew into an invitation to spend some office time witnessing and watching him treat patients. I feel that the time I spent with him on many Tuesday mornings made me a better dentist and person.
Arnold was always so willing to share his expertise in endodontics. When I approached him to put on a course with “live” patients for the Maryland Academy of General Dentistry, he and his partner at that time, Dr. Dennis Brave, were very receptive and encouraging. This was a meaningful change in dental continuing education. We were able to work together on other educational events. When he was President of the Baltimore Chapter of the Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, Arnold also spent time on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania Dental School and was quick to share those experiences with others. His development of Endodontic Associates with partners Dr. Brave, Dr. Barry Jurist, and Dr John Patterson brought a dramatic change to the dental specialty practicing landscape.
When retired from active dental practice, and Arnold became involved in the financial world, he put us in some winning investments which are helpful to this day.
As a Florida resident, he and Beverly would spend much of their time there. During those times, Arnold and I would talk on the phone frequently.

Kathy Lay

Posted at 04:17pm
So many fond memories of this kind and generous man. May he rest in peace.

Ina Spector

Posted at 02:06pm
Thinking of you, Beverly, with deepest sympathy for your profound loss.

Jerry and Beverly Rashbaum

Posted at 10:23am
We are deeply saddened to hear of Arnold's passing. Our friendship goes back for more than 60 years. We shared a closer friendship for many years at Hunters Run. He will be missed. May he rest in peace.

Betsy and Lou Narrow

Posted at 09:28am
Dear Beverly and family, we were so sorry to learn of your sweet Arnold's passing. We first met you both thru' your father, Sidney Schreter and his B'nai B'rith Lodge then through The JCC working out and Beth El. You were a beautiful couple together and Arnold was a big help with Lou when he was working with the Maryland State Dental Association. May all your wonderful memories help all of you through this difficult time.

Marjorie Goodman

Posted at 09:08am
Dear Beverly-I always loved Arnold-and the two of you as a couple. So sad to hear the news.

Debra Kirk

Posted at 06:06am
Dear Bev
I was so sad to hear of Arnold’s passing. What a special guy he was. I’m so glad that we got to chat last week. May his memory be for a blessing.

Joanie Gottlieb

Posted at 01:06am
Dear Bev
Herb and I were so sad to learn of Arnold’s passing. We always enjoyed seeing you at dental functions, but I will especially miss playing bridge with the Feldman team at the bridge house when it reopens. I’ll miss Arnold’s kind manner and glorious smile. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to you and family.

Ann & Gil Abramson

Posted at 11:33pm
Bev, Andy and Gwen,
Gil and I were so very deeply saddened to read about the passing of Arnold. A true Mensch! What a gift it was to spend time with you both. We send you all our sincerest sympathy and prayers for comfort and strength and may Arnold rest in peace forever.

Sandy and Malcolm Berman

Posted at 11:16pm
Beverly and family
Arnold was a very warm and special man. Whenever we saw him he always had a big smile and asked about our family. We enjoyed seeing you both at the Beth El gatherings at your club in FLORIDA. May he now Rest In Peace!!

Pam and Robby Bloom

Posted at 10:44pm
Beverly, Andy and Family,
We are so sorry to hear about Arnold’s passing. Always a warm hello when we would see him at the club or Beth El. We are thinking of you at this difficult time.

Bruce Levy

Posted at 08:33pm
Dear Beverly, Roger, and Andy-
So sorry to hear of Arnold's passing. I remember him for his pleasant, inquisitive manner when he would speak with you.
Although separated from you for so many years, this brings up a lot of great memories, from thoughts of the Old Court Inn, visits to Glen Avenue with Uncle Leon to see the whole family at the High Holidays, and the many times at the Club where I would see you, back in the 60's. Nice memories of another time, and Arnold's smile and enthusiasm is an ever present, vivid part of that image.
Truly sad for your loss.
Bruce Levy

Ira Malis

Posted at 05:21pm
Dear Feldman Family
I had the pleasure of knowing Dr. Feldman as my best friend's father in high school and later as a colleague when I ran research at Legg Mason. He was still Dr. Feldman, out of respect. He was a great guy and it was my pleasure to know him. Condolences to the entire family.

Freddie Stevens

Posted at 04:51pm
Dear Bev and family -
SO sorry for your loss. Many fond memories. May his memory be a blessing to all of you.

Peggy Kent

Posted at 01:42pm
Dear Bev, Roger, Andy and Family,
With a sad heart we send our warmest condolences. AF hired me when I was just 20 years old. Over the last 42 years he has been my boss, mentor, friend and like a 2nd father. We will never forget his support, pride and kindness over the years. I am so glad I could speak with him recently and thank him for everything.
Bev, the bond and love you had for each other was one of a kind.
He will truly be missed by all who knew him.
Sending you all our love,
Peggy and Fred

Larry Feldman

Posted at 01:13pm
Arnold was the textbook definition of a Mentsch A wonderful man May his memory be a blessing

Edie & Stan Brown

Posted at 12:33pm
Dear Feldman Family
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. We share so many fond memories as you do and we hope these give you comfort and peace at this sad time.

Marlene and Rich Teitel

Posted at 12:29pm
Dear Beverly,
We send heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

Linda Cohen

Posted at 12:21pm
Arnold was the kindest, most gentle person in the world and will be missed dearly by many, but especially Richard and I. It was exactly fourteen years ago that he told Richard’s friend about a young widow that Richard should meet. The rest is history. We have always valued his conversations and company and he was indeed a doer of good deeds.

To Bev and the entire family, we share your loss deeply. Arnold was a very special person.

Mary Joan Levin

Posted at 11:23am
Dear Bev an Family. So sorry . You an your soulmate shared a beautiful life an have many wonderful memories of your life together. May he Rest In Peace.

Brent an Lauren’s mom.

Jo Ann Kotik

Posted at 10:59am
Feldman family
I am saddened to hear of Arnolds passing. He was such genuine gentleman.
He was loved so dearly, not only by his immediate family, but by all of us in his extended family. My mother adored her cousin Arnold and looked forward to his many phone calls.
May he rest in peace and his memory bless us all.

Suzanne & Arnold Applefeld-Delray Beach FL

Posted at 10:43am
Dear Beverly and family,
We send condolences to all of you at this sad time. Arnold remembers the times he played bridge with your Arnold. May you find comfort in happy memories shared.

Barbara Katzen

Posted at 10:08am
Dear Bev, Andy and Roger - Arnold was my boss, mentor and friend for many, many years. His loss will leave a hole in your hearts and lives, as it will in so many people who loved him. May his memory be a blessing. Sending all of you much love - Barbara Katzen

Lisa Magaril-Hillman

Posted at 09:59am
I remember “Uncle Arnold” standing with my Dad watching me swim, then offering my Dad 5 cents a lap!i never swam so many laps.
Am thinking of you all at this time!
Peace and love,
Lisa and the Magarill family

Harriette and Rod Clark

Posted at 09:45am
Beverly, Andy and family,
We are so very sorry to hear of Arnold's passing. We send our sincere condolences and love. May his memory be a blessing to all of you and may he live on in the future generations.

Susan Weikers

Posted at 09:33am
Dear Beverly and family
Please accept my sincere condolences - I have wonderful memories of time with you both - I hope that the wonderful memories that have will be a comfort to you during the difficult days ahead. May Arnold Rest in Peace and May his memory be for a blessing

Jaye Brager Greenfest

Posted at 09:02am
I am Marlene and Stuart Brager's daughter. I met you many times at Hunters Run with my parents. I am so very sorry for your loss. May Arnie's memory be a blessing.

Harriet Cooper

Posted at 08:55am
I am so sorry to hear about Arnold's passing. He was a Myerberg member for a long time and I would always see him in our Fitness Center. May all of the wonderful memories be of comfort at this time.

David & Louise Zirretta

Posted at 07:59am
Beverly - Louise and I are so sadden with Arnold's passing. You and Arnold are so special. Arnold was always so very kind. Please accept our most loving and sincerest condolences.

Gayle (Perlman) Becker

Posted at 07:53am
Arnold was so kind to me - When I was in high school, Roger arranged for me to shadow in his dental practice because I thought I wanted to go into dentistry. I’m so grateful for that experience. I learned that dentistry definitely wasn’t for me. (Although I later married a dentist. :-).
Sending condolences to the whole family.

Rosellen shapiro Bloomberg

Posted at 07:52am
Beverly, Roger, Andy and family-I am so sorry for your loss. Cherish your memories and celebrate his life.

Gerald Hoffman

Posted at 07:33am
May he Rest In Peace. Healing, comfort and peace to his family.

beth el congregation

Posted at 06:57am
The Officers, Board of Trustees and Staff of Beth El Congregation express a deep sense of loss on the passing of our member, Dr. Arnold Feldman. May his memory be for a blessing.


Arlene and Mal Druskin

Posted at 05:47am
Dear Bev
Condolences to. the family. Our fondest memories of our time together include sailing on the Chesapeake and spending a weekend in NYC on the coldest days of the year. Arnold will be greatly missed.

Paul L Abrams

Posted at 01:28am
Condolences to the Feldman family... Although I did not have Dr. Feldman as a dentist, I remember well the office of Dr. Ron Israel & Dr. Feldman at the old, " Uptown Federal Bldg." across the street from the Reisterstown Road Plaza.I believe Dr. Feldman was also with Dr. Robert Sachs near Greenspring Station, years later...Cherish the great family memories ! May Hashem bless his soul. Baruch Hashem !!!

Pam Lapinsky

Posted at 10:41pm
Dearest Beverly , Andy and Gwen,
My heart is broken and my wonderful memories of my next door neighbor at HH will never be the same again. He was a Renaissance man from his successful professional career to a financial broker and so numerous other interests. He was a prince, kindhearted, sincere gentleman who has left an indelible mark ,truly unforgettable. With much love...
Pam Lapinsky

Herta and Arthur Baitch

Posted at 10:27pm
Dear, dear Beverly and beautiful Feldman family,
To say that our dear friend Arnold will be missed by so many of us whose lives he touched is a great understatement. His passing leaves us deeply saddened, but all that he accomplished during his lifetime, his professional achievements and intellectual interests, give us a great sense of solace.

Eleanore Speert

Posted at 09:00pm
Beverly, Roger, Andy,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Arnold. He, and all of you, will forever be a part of my and my family's growing up and discovering the world. Arnold was a presence, there to offer advice, humor, positive energy and friendship always. I'm grateful to have known him. Sending love and condolences.
Eleanore Speert

Ron Israel

Posted at 08:48pm
Sad to hear about the passing of my friend and fellow dentist, Arnold Feldman, whom I knew for so many years. Wonderful photos posted here of happy days gone by...

Rona & Ed Casel

Posted at 07:33pm
Dear Beverly & Family,
We were so terribly sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved Arnold! Ed will miss their many bridge games and their phone conversations! We will both miss seeing him at the Harper House.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Feldman family at this very sad time!

Bev and Lowell

Posted at 05:25pm
We will miss his kind, sweet disposition and the many wonderful discussions we shared with him and Bev. Our thoughts are with you.

Alan & Julie Gordon

Posted at 05:19pm
Beverly Roger Andy
So sorry to hear about Arnold. Condolences to you and your family

Glenn Berger BOD

Posted at 05:16pm
Dear Beverly and Family,
I am so sorry to learn of Arnold's passing. He was an outstanding gentleman and a gentle man. My father always said that he wrote the book on root canal dentistry, the best there ever was. Having both you and Arnold as neighbors at Harper House was even better. On behalf of the Board of Directors and the residents of Harper House, we extend our deepest sympathies, and keep you in our thoughts and prayers. He will be missed by all that had the privilege to know him.

Larry & Barb Getlan

Posted at 03:52pm
Dear Andy, Gwen and Beverly.

Sending our heartfelt condolences on the loss of you father / husband Arnold. May he Rest In Peace.

Elise and Richard Lessans

Posted at 02:53pm
Dear Beverly and family.....
What a surprise to read about Arnold's passing..... we're sending our sincere condolences to you all at this sad time....... We have fond memories dating back to Bonnie View. Arnold always had a great smile . We hope your cherished memories of your beautiful life together will ease your pain. Sending our love and prayers to you.

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