Mollie Witow

Mollie Katz Witow

October 20, 1920 - June 8, 2021
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Service Details

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    Thursday, June 10th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Thursday, June 10th, 2021 1:00pm
    Virtual funeral was held on Thursday 6/10 at 1pm.

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  • Shiva

    Virtual Shiva
    Virtual Shiva
    Virtual shiva will be held at 7 pm on Thursday, 6/10, Sunday, 6/13 and Monday, 6/14. For those who are unfamiliar, shiva will consist of a short religious service after which there will be an opportunity to speak about Mollie and share remembrances of her. We will have a memorial service for her later in the year when we will be able to meet in person to talk about her. The zoom link provided here will work on all three evenings. You may be asked for a passcode, which is, bubbie.

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    Meeting ID: 983 9073 0154
    Password: bubbie


Mollie K. Witow (nee Katz),100, of Baltimore, Maryland passed away on Tuesday, June 8th, 2021. She is survived by her children Alison Witow (Jack Tucker) and Jason (Debbie) Witow, and by her grandchildren Evan Tucker, Jordan Tucker (Naomi Pinson), Ethan Tucker, Maia Witow, Yael Witow, and Lior Witow, and by her great-grandchild Eli Tucker. She was predeceased by her loving husband Morris I. Witow, and by her parents Abraham and Tessie Katz.

Born when Woodrow Wilson was President of the United States, Mollie lived a long, eventful, and largely joyous life. In addition to her love of music, art, literature, theater, astronomy, and all things Jewish, she was an intrepid traveler who visited at least 60 countries. Most of all, she loved and appreciated people and was always interested in their stories and experiences. As her old friends departed this world, she continued to make new ones, often much younger than she. Her love and appreciation of nature and people lasted until her final days when she passed, surrounded by her loving family and friends.

Services and interment are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Beth Tfiloh Congregation, 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 or to Hadassah of Greater Baltimore, PO Box 21571, Pikesville, MD 21282 or to the charity of your choice. The family will have a virtual shiva and details are provided on Sol Levinson's website.
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Debby & Jeff Waranch

Posted at 06:46am
Molly was a wonderful lady. May you all be comforted by a treasured memories. She was respected, admired and loved by everyone!

Betsy and Lou Narrow

Posted at 06:08pm
Dear Alison, Jack and family, Our deepest condolences on the passing of your beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. From reading her obituary, she was one amazing woman who led a wonderful life. May you always have beautiful memories.

Sharon Sagal

Posted at 03:21pm
The Lecture Group has lost a pillar, our wonderful archivist Mollie. She was unique and will be missed by all whose lives she touched. May her memory be for a blessing.

Naomi Bromberger-Barnea

Posted at 01:45pm
I have many fond memories of Mollie over the years as does my Mom Martha. She will be missed. Our sincere condolences on her loss. From the Bromberger-Barnea family (Naomi, Martha, Lee, and Mark, Michelle, Jessie and Alyssa)

Judy Slater Cohan

Posted at 11:29am
Alison and Jack…I am very sorry for your loss.

Karen and Steven Caplan

Posted at 09:47am
Our deepest and heartfelt condolences on the loss of your mother, grandmother& great grandmother. May you find peace and comfort in the memories you hold so dear.

Hillary Wohl

Posted at 08:17am
Dear Alison, Jack, Evan, Jordan, and Ethan,
The way Mollie lived and the way all of you cared for her and about her is an inspiration and testament to love and family. She was blessed with a long and happy life. May the memories you have of and with her be a blessing to each of you. Sent with love...Hillary

Lynne & Larry Bridge

Posted at 08:04am
Dear Debbie & Family,
We are so very sorry to hear about Me llie’s passing!
What a blessing to have so many wonderful memories to look back on💕

Linda Freud and Samantha, Adam & Micah Kruger

Posted at 05:41pm
Dear Alison & Jack, Jason & Debbie, and all the grandchildren and great-grandchild of Mollie Witow,
We are so sorry for your loss but know that you have incredible memories which will help ease your sadness now and always. I so looked forward to spending Sukkot at Ellen's sukkah and have the pleasure of Mollie's company. May her memory always be a blessing,

Eugene H. Stombler

Posted at 04:48pm
Dear Aliston and Family,
Although losing Mollie is so tragic, you had the pleasure of having her with you for so many wonderful years. I met Mollie when my late wife was a resident in Woodholme Gardens down the road from where she lived. She walked over a mile to spend time visiting and spreading cheer with many of the residents there. Mollie was the most remarkable Senior Citizen I've ever known. She had so many stories of her life adventures to share. Sometimes we a talked so long or the weather turned bad that I drove her home. She traveled to so many places that she shared with us. One of her adventures really
astonished me, when at the age 95 she took her grandsons on a Balloon ride! Now, that's real Hutzspa! What a privilege to have shared some of Mollie's life. I shall miss her.
"Those we love don't go away....They walk beside us every day....Unseen, unheard, but always near....
still loved, still missed and very near"
My sincere condolences,
Gene Stombler

Noni & Larry Amsterdam

Posted at 04:00pm
Dear Alison, Jack, Nachum, Evan and the whole family, We we’re sorry to hear of Mollie’s passing. If anyone could’ve made 120 look like fun, surely it was Mollie. She was an inspiration to us all.

Sonny Taragin

Posted at 02:12pm
So very sad to hear the news. She was a wonderful person, full of life and joy...and the mom of outstanding children too!! Condolences to the entire family.

Gustav and Sheila Buchdahl

Posted at 01:49pm
Mollie was a sparkling and charming lady. We will miss her at Shriver Hall Concerts, the symphony and all the other places where our paths have crossed.


Posted at 01:29pm
Allison, Jack and all the family, Please accept my heartfelt condolences. Molly will remain in my
Memory as one of the smartest, most interesting women I have had the pleasure to know. I will cherish the dancing we shared at sim has, she knew how to move!!!!! I hope you will share moments of her wisdom and she will remain the bright star in your sky!!!

Nadine Weinstein

Posted at 01:01pm
What a wonderful lady! She will be missed.

Ellen and Joel Goldwasser

Posted at 12:40pm
Dear Alison and Family,
We send our sincere condolences on the loss of you beloved mother and grandmother. She lived a wonderful life with many memories you will all cherish forever. May her memory be a blessing for all who mourn and loved her.

Charlene Schimberg

Posted at 12:25pm
My deepest condolences on the loss of your dear mother. She was truly a remarkable lady. May her memory be for a blessing.

Marcia Epstein

Posted at 12:03pm
Dear Alison,
Sincere condolences to all who mourn your remarkable Mom. Sharing college courses, luncheons and family stories with Mollie over the years greatly enriched my life; I feel so fortunate to have known her. May your memories help sustain you, and may she rest in peace.


randee glassman

Posted at 11:09am
Debbie and Jason
I wanted to extend my condolences to you and your family on the loss of your mom, mother in law and grandmother. She lived a long life but we always want more. May her memories bring you comfort during the coming days.

INA L legum

Posted at 10:10am
Our deepest sympathy! Ina and Jeffrey

Beth Tfiloh Congregation

Posted at 09:17am
Beth Tfiloh Congregation regrets the passing of Mollie Witow, mother of our member, Alison Witow, and extends sincere condolences to the entire family.

Judi Snyder

Posted at 08:05am
What an amazing and inspiring woman! We should all hope to be as involved, animated, caring and as present as Mollie! Thinking of her brings a smile to my face. Howard and I send our deepest condolences. We will always remember her tremendous spirit! May Mollie’s memory always and forever be for a blessing. 💜

Karen K Egprin,chairperson

Posted at 06:43am
That Lecture Group extends our condolences to the family of our dear Molly Witow. We share the loss with her family,as she had been part of our family for so very long. We will miss her greatly. May her memory be a blessing to those who loved her.

Lisa Coonin Schecter

Posted at 06:27am
Our families began back in Europe together and continued as they traveled to America. They stayed connected throughout their lives, sharing the simchas and the tough times together.
May the memories of “Uncle Morris and Aunt Mollie” be a blessing.
Lisa Coonin Schecter

Sheila Scheinin Mentz

Posted at 09:49pm
Dear Alison,
I was so sorry to read of the passing of your beloved mother. My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. May you be comforted by the wonderful memories that you have of her. May her memory be a blessing.

Susan Waranch

Posted at 03:58pm
I am so sad to hear about the loss of Mollie; she was a sweet, caring and bright woman who always showed sincere interests in others. Knowing her long standing childhood friendship with my Dad has always endeared her to me with a special bond. I will miss seeing her twinkling eyes and that warm smile. May her memory be for a blessing. Sending support and love to your family from my family!

Debbie and Kenny Vogelstein

Posted at 03:44pm
Dear Alison and Jack and Family:

I thought (and had hoped) that your mom would live forever! What a spirited and present nonagenarian she was! She always engaged me in conversation and cared deeply about people and current events. The two of us had lively conversations at Beth Tfiloh and on the gym floor at Kassimir Physical Therapy. For over a century, our world surely has been a much better place because of Mollie. May her memory be a blessing and an inspiration for your wonderful family and for all who had the pleasure of knowing her even a little bit.

Sending love and elephant tears from Debbie and all the Vogelsteins

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