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Irvin Spivack

Irvin Jack Spivack

December 8, 1924 - March 5, 2021
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    Sunday, March 7th, 2021 | 7:00am
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    Sunday, March 7th, 2021 7:00am
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Obituary

Irvin Jack Spivack, of Baltimore, Maryland, passed away on Friday, March 5th, 2021 at the age of 96. He is survived by his children, Remona "Rachel" Suchard, Myra "Malka" Finkelstein, Vickie "Avigail" Grossberg and Jack "Yehuda" Spivack; many grandchildren, many great grandchildren and many great, great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Marian Spivack (nee Lafferman); 13 siblings, and his parents Schnuer Zalman and Chaya Gitel Spivack.

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Sunday, March 7th, 2021 at 7 am. Interment Eretz HaChaim Cemetery - Beit Shemesh, Israel.
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Larry Scheinin

Posted at 12:24pm
Jackie and Family,

So sorry to hear about your Father. Your entire family was truly blessed to have him. You and your family have my sincere sympathy.

I have fond memories of him over the years. He always welcomed me in his and your Mother's home. I remember playing chess with him. He knew how to be victorious. I also enjoyed breakfasts with you and your Father and our friend Steve Sachs and occasionally others at Goldberg's when you would come to Baltimore. He was always pleasure to be around, and always had a pleasant smile. He truly was a special man, and I am grateful to have known him.

I was very touched by the eulogies at today's funeral expressing what a great person, Father, Grandfather, Great-great Grandfather, and Great-great-great Grandfather he was, how much he was loved and respected by the whole family, and how he will continue to be loved and respected in the hearts of all family members and others that really knew him. You have a wonderful family.

The virtual funeral for him in Israel was a very special and well deserved honor for him.

May your Father rest in peace.
MD

Mitzi Rudick Dublin

Posted at 07:02pm
Vickie & family,
So sorry to hear about your dad. He was such a nice and caring man. I remember the great times we had as kids in your house. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May his memory be a blessing
AM

Aaron Margolies

Posted at 02:02pm
Jackie and Family,
Our condolences to you and your family. We remember your father with fond memories. Baruch dayan emet.
Aaron and Laurie Margolies
TA

Tommy Azman

Posted at 07:01am
Dear Ramona, Myra, Vickie, and Jackie,
I am saddened to hear the loss of your father. As you know, I have known your father close to 60 years, and I have never seen him without a smile. I only have fond memories of your father, from the early years, being at your house on Shabbos and weekends, till recent years being with your father in shul. My thoughts and prayers go with you and to the entire family. Only know from good health and Simchas. Baruch Dayan Emes. May his memory be a blessing!
SM

Sheila Scheinin Mentz

Posted at 08:06pm
Jack,
I was so sorry to read of the passing of your beloved father. My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. Baruch Dayan Emet. May his memory be a blessing.
JG

Joan Mazer Gurney

Posted at 09:10am
Dear Spivack Family. Sorry to hear of your loss. Many fond memories of your family, and especially your father. He was a dignified, kind and gentle man. May his memories be a blessing to you now and forever. Joan
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Ira Wexler

Posted at 08:16am
Dear Spivak family,
Please accept my condolences for your loss. Growing up on Taney Road, I remember the family well.
His memory for a blessing.
M

Marcia Murray

Posted at 12:08am
To All of Mr Spivack’s Family,
Words can not express how I feel about the loss of Mr Spivack. For many years, I had the pleasure of helping him. Over those years we developed a very nice friendship. If he was unable to come in he would call if he needed help with something. Before the pandemic, I looked forward to his weekly visits. He was such a kind and caring person. He loved his family so much. Mr Spivack looked forward to his many trips to Israel and his visits out of town to celebrate simchas with his family. I will surely miss him very much! I am so very sorry for your loss.
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Eileen Baylin

Posted at 08:29pm
Dear Vickie and family,
So sorry to hear about your loss. I remember your father growing up. He was always so nice and friendly. He tolerated our antics as kids. My thoughts and prayers go with you and your family.
SB

Saralee. (Tamres) Bernstein

Posted at 05:51pm
To Vicki and family,
Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family. May the memories you hold dear help you through this difficult time. May his memory be for a blessing.
AR

Alan M. Rivkin

Posted at 02:51pm
Jackie,

Sorry for your loss
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