Cary Tamres

Cary Marc Tamres

September 11, 1947 - April 21, 2021
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    Monday, April 26th, 2021 | 12:00pm
    Monday, April 26th, 2021 12:00pm


Donations are being accepted for:
American Diabetes Association

P.O. Box 15829, Arlington, VA 22215


Cary Marc Tamres, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 at the age of 73. He is survived by his cherished son, Alan (Alyson) Tamres; sister, Beverly (Jeffrey) Rosenbaum; and niece, Betsy Rosenbaum-Cassel (Robert Cassel). He was predeceased by his beloved wife, Harriet Lee Tamres (nee Levine) and parents, Sylvia and Daniel Tamres.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 15829, Arlington, VA 22215.
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Howard greenberg

Posted at 01:27am
The Greenbergs mourn the passing of a very special guy Cary. He was a loving husband and father. A sweet, jovial, gentle friend, always giving to others. Cary was our first babysitter a long time ago. We met Harriet and Cary at a couples club at Ner Tamid Synagogue, and became friends. We had some great times together. Our thought and prayers go out to his son Alan and the family.

Marcia Friedlander

Posted at 12:23am
To The Tamres Family:
I was very saddened and upset to learn of Cary's passing. Cary and I became friends during Beth El's Healing Services.....we gave him a birthday party there, I guess it was 2 years ago. I was happy to see him thereafter at several Shabbat Services. He was a kind and sweet man. My heartfelt sympathy to his family and friends. I hope that Cary is now at peace and will spend eternity with his beloved wife. Rest In Peace, dear Cary.

Lynne and Peter Grossman

Posted at 06:27pm
Beverly and Jeffrey.. so sorry to hear about your brother Cary. May his memory be a blessing .

Harriet Cooper

Posted at 01:32pm
I am so sad to hear of Cary's passing. I remember him as this adorable little guy with red hair. He was always a gentle person. He belonged to the Bagel Boys at The Myerberg Center and was always very pleasant to talk to. My thoughts are with the family at this time. May his memory be for many blessings.

Alan & Marsha Blank

Posted at 12:36pm
Alan & Family:
Carey and I went to City together on the bus. I was a senior when he was a sophomore. He loved to tell jokes, as do I. Beverly & Jeff: Jeff & I were in a carpool to the State Center for several years. Believe it or not, Harriet and I went on the Buddy Dean Show together in the 60's May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion & Jerusalem.

Iris Eisenberg

Posted at 11:44am
So sorry to see your dad passed away. May his memory be a blessing.

Bob Jacobson

Posted at 09:49am
Condolences to Cary's family. He and Harriet participated in Baltimore Jewish Cultural Chavurah's programs and holiday gatherings fairly often. Cary was a good guy, personable, friendly, positive and engaged.

Wendy Berkow, Dick Berkow

Posted at 09:11am
Dear Family, and Friends, We've known Sylvia, and Dan our whole lives, as our parents were all friends. It was always good to see Carey, and Harriet, and chat about life. Such gentle, sweet souls who loved their family, dearly. Our thoughts are with everyone at this sad, time.

Jo-Anne Tucker-Zemlak

Posted at 08:58am
Beverly and Jeff
I am deeply sorry for your loss I hope in time your childhood memories comfort you.

Marcia Greenfield (nee Miller)

Posted at 07:23am
I was shocked to read about Cary's passing. Though we haven't been in touch for many years, we dated throughout high school and went to our senior proms together. I knew Harriet from BBG days, too. My deepest sympathy and condolences to the entire family. May memories of happier times sustain you now. Baruch Dayen Haemet.

David L Goldberg, Goldie (Berkow) Goldberg's son

Posted at 06:16am
Beverly and Family,
It always hurts when a relative (I believe we are second cousins) returns to G-D.
I remember so many times being at your house and sharing with you, Cary, Dan, and Sylvia. What a wonderful family.
To quote Harold Robbins', A StoneFor Danny Fisher, "To live in the hearts you leave behind, is not to die." Cary, as well as your parents, are always here.
Live with all of your beautiful and cherished memories

Bettye Leibowitz

Posted at 09:16pm
i was shocked and saddened to hear about Cary. i look back on our childhood and family ties and remember the wonderful times shared by our families. May you always remember the special times that you shared.

Charles Tamres and Charlotte Forman

Posted at 09:10pm
Alan and Allison
So sorry when we found out that your Dad has passed away. May your memories bring you comfort during this time and the future as well.

Saralee(Tamres) & Ira Bernstein

Posted at 08:39pm
Dear Beverly & Jeffrey, Alan, and Betsy,
We were saddened to hear about the passing of you dad, brother, and uncle. May the memories you hold dear help you through this difficult time. May his memory be for a blessing.

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