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Edwin Dickler

Edwin "Danny" Dickler

November 26, 1932 - April 1, 2021
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Obituary

Edwin "Danny" Dickler, of Baltimore, Maryland, passed away on Thursday, April 1st, 2021 at the age of 88. He is survived by his beloved wife, Arlene Dickler (nee Greenberg); and daughter, Jennifer Dickler Strickler. He was predeceased by his cherished parents, Jacob and Rose Zelda Dickler. Everyone would agree that Edwin was the most loyal, well-loved person.

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Marsha Sindler

Posted at 04:26pm
I am very sorry to hear about Danny. I remember him coming into the office of the late Dick Manson. I looked forward to help all the time.
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Arlene Eberly

Posted at 04:26pm
Very Sorry To Hear About Danny’s Passing. May The Memories That You Have Forever Warm Your Hearts.
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Sheila and Harold Fox

Posted at 10:32pm
To the family of Danny
We are shocked and saddened to learn of Danny's passing. What a great guy.. He always greeted us with a smile and a good word. Tennis was his game and he will be missed on the courts.
May the many fond memories spent with Danny give you comfort during this time and forever.
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Susan Price

Posted at 04:26pm
Danny was the beloved brother of Melvin Dickler who passed February 9, 2020, his sister Elaine Price of New Jersey and his nieces, Robin Murov, Cynthia Becker, Amy Kantrowitz, Paula Davison and Susan Price. Danny will be forever be remembered as a loving son, brother and uncle.
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Faith Schreiber Feingold

Posted at 01:53pm
I enjoyed having lunch with Danny many times after his Thursday tennis games.
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Michele Cohen

Posted at 02:03pm
Danny was my best friend’s father, a real mensch. Always with a smile on his face and a pleasant demeanor, he was so nice to be around. May he rest in peace and may his memory be for a blessing.
MW

Michelle Wild

Posted at 01:45pm
Jen and Arlene I am so sorry for your loss. Please let me know if I can do anything to help.
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Sheldon and Narlene Weiner

Posted at 07:26pm
I was sorry to hear about Danny. I have known Danny for many years. He was very happy when playing tennis. He was a figure in Pikesville. He will be missed. My condolences


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Austin Harold DuBois

Posted at 10:11am
-So sorry to learn of Danny's demise. May he rest in piece.
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Rabbi David E. Herman Shaarei Tfiloh Congregation

Posted at 11:09pm
Shaarei Tfiloh Congregatiopn deeply regrets the passing of our long time member, Danny Dickler of blessed memory. We would always enjoy seeing Danny over the High Holy Days. His easy manner and great smile was something to behold. Together with his late friend Stanley Cohen of blessed memory, they were brave tennis players who helped integrate the tennis courts across the street in Druid Hill Park before Civil Rights protests became the norm. We at the Shul will miss his stories. May Danny rest in peace and may the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
SM

Sheila Mentz

Posted at 10:15pm
Dear Arlene,
I was so very sorry to read of Danny's passing. I remember the times coming over to your apartment and how much I enjoyed being with both of you. My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. May the memories that you have be a comfort to you.
HB

Herman Blinchikoff

Posted at 09:09pm
My condolences to the Dickler family.
I have known Danny since the 50's. We had a lot of fun together. He was a good guy. I last saw him at the annual Easterwood Boys meeting. Rest in peace, Danny.
SR

Steven Rosensweig

Posted at 07:56pm
I remember Danny Dickler,from the Breakfast gang at Millers Delly,and the lunch gang,at McDonalds in Pikesville.He always had a story to tell,especially,about his Tennis matches,and the Pikesville Senior Center,where he was a regular there. I always enjoyed having breakfast,and lunch with him.May he rest in peace! My heartfelt sympathy,goes out to his family.
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Roberta Anshell

Posted at 02:25pm
In 1959, Danny was the "Best Man" at my wedding to my late husband, Marvin Anshell. The previous year, Danny had "matched" us up because he thought we would be a perfect pair. The rest is history. So, Danny was not only good at Tennis Matches; he was a great "Matchmaker". I bumped into him on occasion, these last years, mostly at the Library. He assured me that he did not live there. May he be remembered as a "best man" by all; and may his memory be a blessing to his family. Roberta Anshell
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Dr. Jack Frieman

Posted at 12:32pm
Jack Frieman, BsP, DDS
Danny & I graduated Forest Park High School February, 1962. We each went our separate ways. I left Baltimore in 1965 but it seems every time I returned home I would run into Danny & his continuous questions. He was always interested in what I was doing & my family.
To Danny’s family I say when someone you love becomes a Memory, that Memory becomes a treasure. Danny was a treasure to everyone who knew Him. I will not forget you my friend.
LG

Lowell Glazer

Posted at 11:03am
Danny was a great guy with a big smile. I will miss him.
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Karen Levin

Posted at 10:02am
My condolences to Danny's family, especially his loving daughter Jennifer.
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Anne Kahn

Posted at 09:58am
(Edwin? -oy vey) I will miss your smile at the Homeland tennis courts. Rest in peace, Danny.
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Sheri Uffer

Posted at 09:51am
I have known Danny since the 70's as the loving dad to my sister's best friend, always responding to their high school antics with a sense of humor, greeting others with a smile, and a positive presence out and about in Pikesville. He was friends with my dad as well and we are all still close to this day. His personality naturally draws others in. He was generous, kind, and witty. May his memory be a blessing and may Jennifer, Arlene and the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion.
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Joanie Jeffein miller

Posted at 09:04pm
Danny was a king time friend of my parents, Gerald and Janet Jeffein.
His sister, my “aunt Elaine” (Price) was a close childhood friend of my mothers
I have fond memories of Danny from my childhood. May his memory be for a blessing
D

David &Lynn Polashuk

Posted at 05:26pm
Danny was friends with my father at the end of my father's life. Seeing Danny at homeland racquet club would remind me of my dad. He will be missed. Our thoughts are with his family. David & Lynn Polashuk
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ira robinson

Posted at 04:53pm
I have known Danny for Decades and never knew his name was Edwin. He was definitely a character. Danny worked at my father's store, Supreme Furniture, Glen Burnie, when he got out of the navy in 1956, before my time. When I joined the store in 1966, he used to sell me furniture.
He was the most tenacious rep that I have ever met. He would never leave until he got the order. Danny would never take no for an answer.If you know Danny, Tennis was his game. I have actually see Danny over the years at McDonald's and all those other upscale Restaurants.
I will really miss those conversations we had about Sales, Customer's and Business.
Please accept my sincere condolences to Danny's family
Ira Robinson
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