Betty Feldman

Betty Feldman

February 10, 1934 - April 7, 2021
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    Friday, April 9th, 2021 | 12:00pm
    Friday, April 9th, 2021 12:00pm


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

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


Betty Feldman (nee Greenspun), of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Wednesday, April 7th, 2021 at the age of 87. She is survived by her cherished children, Dr. Neil (Shelley) Napora and Robin (Arthur) Balter; grandchildren, Dr. Joshua Napora (Dr. Lindsey Valentine), Carly Napora, Rachael Balter (William Brady), and Sarah Balter (fiance, Ofer Zmora); and great-grandchild, Tyler Napora. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Paul Feldman; brother, Norman Greenspun; and parents, Carolyn and Benjamin Greenspun.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, 101 W. Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201.
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Rabbi Floyd Herman

Posted at 11:33am
Robin, Arthur and family,
So sorry to hear of your mother's death. May you be comforted by beautiful memories.

Linda Speert

Posted at 11:27am
It is hard to imagine Betty is gone. She and I were colleagues at The Associated, where her zest for living and her warm relationships with donors seemed to keep her young and vibrant forever. My condolences to her cherished family.

Beth Buist Levin

Posted at 11:06am
Robin and Neil growing up Betty was like my second Mother to me. I was sorry to see that she passed. I know you recently had the chance to visit your Mom in the nursing home. Thank God for that. It was a blessing.
All my love on this sad day.

Marcia Kleinman Pasarew

Posted at 09:53am
Dear Neil, Robin and family
Growing up your mother was an amazing woman—beautiful, elegant and determined. May her memory always be a blessing for you.

Diane Paperman Murry

Posted at 08:25am
I was so sorry to hear of Betty’s passing. I have so many fun memories spending time with the family. I would run into her at various restaurants through the years and we always enjoyed catching up. She will always have a special place in my heart.

Jody AlpertYou were so blessed to be able to have your recent visit with her. Thinking of everybody during this tjo. My deepest sym

Posted at 07:58am
I was so saddened to have to wake up this morning and see this. You know how much your mother meant to me. You were so blessed to be able to have your recent visit with her. Thinking of everybody during this time. My deepest sympathy.

Melinda (Greenberg) Michel

Posted at 07:51am
I worked with Betty for many years at The Associated. She was always so upbeat and cheerful; I loved following along with her busy social life. She was beloved at the office and many of our donors still inquire about her. They all spoke to her for gift and tribute cards. I send my deepest condolences to her family. I know your memories of her wonderful life will always be a blessing.

Amy Horwitz

Posted at 10:55pm
Neil, Shelley, Josh, Carly, Tyler & Family
So sorry for the loss of your mother, grandmother & great- grandmother. Remember all the good times & may her memory be for blessing. Sending love & hugs from Florida.
❤️ The Horwitz’s

Jenny Seidman

Posted at 08:42pm
I am so sorry to hear about Betty's passing, I was also so fortunate to work with Betty at The Associated. She truly was one of a kind, a sparkling personality with a true zest for life. May her beautiful memory always be a blessing.

Alison Naill

Posted at 05:50pm
I was lucky to work with Betty at The Associated for 10 years before she retired. She was full of energy and spunk! I loved her afternoon stretch time when she got up from her desk to stroll around for a few minutes and she would talk of her weekends dancing or spending time with her kids. She had more energy than most 1/2 her age. Truly a gem to work with. She will be missed by many. May her memory forever be a blessing.

Michelle Gordon

Posted at 05:49pm
I am so sad to hear about Betty's passing. We worked together at The Associated for many years and she was such a wonderful friend and colleague. I will always remember her for her energy and how beautiful she was inside and out!

Amy Silberman Blow

Posted at 02:14pm
Betty was the life of the party at The Associated! She loved talking to people on the phone (& in person)! I will always remember her smile and her warm personality.

Michael Friedman

Posted at 12:33pm
I was privileged to work with Betty for many years at The Associated. She always had a smile on her face, and she always went out of her way to help. She will be sorely missed.

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