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Miriam Lavender

Miriam Lavender (Feldman)

November 1, 1930 - February 16, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 | 2:30pm
    When
    Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 2:30pm
    Location
    Private
    Address
    Private
  • Shiva

    Location
    Virtual Shiva
    Address
    Virtual Shiva
    Notes
    Virtual Shiva will be held on Wednesday, Feb 17, at 06:30 pm.

    Click here to join Wednesday's virtual shiva

    Meeting ID: 535 790 2995
    Password: HSOSC

    Virtual Shiva will be held on Thursday, Feb 18, at 7 pm.

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    Meeting ID: 644 619 3258
    Password: 005457

Donations

Donations are being accepted for:
Har Sinai-Oheb Shalom Congregation

7310 Park Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21208

Obituary

Miriam Lavender (nee Feldman), of Baltimore, Maryland, passed away on Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 at the age of 90. She is survived by her daughters Caren (Richard) Breidenstein, and Donna (late Brian) Baron, her brother Edward (Carol) Feldman, her grandchildren Rachel (Ryan) Schaaf, Sara Breidenstein, and Lea (Joshua) Rabinowitz, her great-grandchildren Connor Schaaf, Ben Schaaf, Wes Rabinowitz, and Julian B. Rabinowitz, and many loving nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Martin Lavender, her brother Emanuel (Faye) Feldman, and Jack (Shirley) Feldman, and by her parents Rebecca Sarah & Robert Samson Louis Feldman.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Har Sinai - Oheb Shalom Congregation, 7310 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21208.
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Cantor/Rabbi Rhoda Harrison (Silverman)

Posted at 08:20am
My condolences to you! Your mom (and dad) were among those that welcomed me so graciously into their hearts when I moved to Baltimore and helped me feel at home. May Miriam's memory endure (along with Marty's) as a blessing!
MS

Micki Sibel

Posted at 05:47pm
Dear Caren, Donna and families,
Your mother was such a special woman. She was the rock of our congregation, our sisterhood and our Judaica shop. Our bible study group was lucky to have her.
I was privileged to have her as my mentor and friend in WRJ.
My deepest sympathy
Micki Sibel
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Pam Schneider

Posted at 05:57pm
Donna, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May the good memories carry you through this sad time
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Arlene and Jay Burman

Posted at 03:34pm
May the memory of your beloved Miriam always be a comfort to you. She was a great woman and will be missed by all. We send our prayers and love.

RS

Ruth Strauss Stahl

Posted at 10:54am
Miriam (& Marty) were special people & loved by many at Har Sinai. I am fortunate to be one of them. My parents were lucky to have them as dear friends for many years. Miriam will be missed by many. Sending condolences to all of her family.
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Dr. Barry and Anne Berman

Posted at 10:18am
Barry and I were so very sorry to learn of Miriam’s passing. She was one of Har Sinai’s leading ladies. Our prayers are with the family today as she joins her beloved Marty. May they be at peace together forever.
ML

Marilyn B Lefkowitz

Posted at 08:43am
Very saddened to see this morning Miriam's name listed....Marty and Miriam were 2 of the nicest neighbors on Pipe Hill Ct.. I extend my heartfelt sympathies to their daughters & grandkids et al.
DZ

David & Louise Zirretta

Posted at 08:41am
Miriam was always such a lovely woman, and was so kind to Louise and I. She must a very special place in heaven, now with Marty. Our hearts are heavy, and sad. We offer the family, and Miriam's closest friends, our most sincerest condolences and loving wishes for a gentle recovery from her passing.
HK

Hyll Krevolin

Posted at 08:26am
Howard and I had many good times with the folks! I know they will be missed. May you be comforted by memories.
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CeCe Rund

Posted at 10:04pm
It is difficult to pull words that may express feelings and love at these times. Miriam and Marty were such fun, loving and happy people. I was lucky to have had some time with Miriam and Marty once I met them through Har Sinai. Miriam took good care of Marty and he took care of her. Miriam was the rock. Such a lovely person. Such a loss. I will never forget her. I will always love her.
SM

Sheila Mentz

Posted at 03:50pm
Dear Donna, Caren and family,
There are no words to express how I feel on your loss. I felt very close with mom and dad. And at least I can say that I was able to chat with mom very recently on my birthday. You know that my deepest and most heartfelt sympathy go out to all of you. You are in my thoughts. May you be comforted by all of the wonderful memories that you have. May her memory be a blessing. She and dad most definitely will be missed.
SB

Sherri Bell

Posted at 01:47pm
Miriam was a past president of the Sisterhood of Har Sinai Congregation. She was also a key member of Har Sinai's Bible Study Group. She was a dear friend to many. After her beloved late husband Marty lost his vision Miriam's close friend Eilene Cohen would drive them to services and other synagogue events. When Eilene moved out of state, my husband Ken and I took over that role. Those special times brought us all so much closer. Miriam became a very special friend of mine. One of my fondest memories of her was how she would always give me some of her baked goods to taste. My favorites were her delectable poppy seed (mun) pastry and her honey cake. It is surreal to so many that Miriam is no longer here among us; however, our mourning is lessened somewhat by knowing that she is no longer in pain and that she is with Marty once again. Rest in peace, my friend. You will be sorely missed.
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