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Sylvan Bluestein

Sylvan Bluestein

April 1, 1934 - March 29, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 | 4:30pm
    When
    Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 4:30pm
    Location
    Virtual Funeral
    Address
    Please click the view the webcast link above to watch the funeral service.
    Notes
    Virtual Shiva will be held on Monday April 5, and Tuesday April 6, at 7pm.

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    Meeting ID: 89146372264
    Password: NEM50z

Obituary

Sylvan Bluestein, of Baltimore, MD passed away on Monday, March 29th, 2021 at the age of 87. He was predeceased by his beloved wife, Annette Bluestein (nee Lavy); and parents, Bernard and Rose Bluestein. He is survived by his loving sons, Michael Bluestein, and Steven (Gail) Bluestein; grandchildren, Corey and Sydney Bluestein; sister, Evelyn Schreiber; nephew, David Mandel; and niece, Linda Bejoian.

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 at 4:30pm. You can view the service by pressing the 'view webcast' button above. Interment Beth El Memorial Park - Randallstown. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory can be made to the charity of your choice.
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SD

Sharon and Marvin Demb

Posted at 08:06pm
Dear The Bluestein Family,
I met my very good friend Annette, while working at Beth El Pre-School and she introduced Sy to my husband and me. We would go out socially for many years. One of the best occasions was Annette's and Sy's combined 80th birthday party. They will be sorely missed, but will always be remembered for a blessing.
CW

Cookie Winer

Posted at 08:42pm
Dear Mickey,
So very sorry for your loss. You look so much like your Dad. May fond memories of him be held close to your heart.
BW

Bobbie Weiss

Posted at 04:33pm
Mickey, Steve, Gail and family, I just heard of Sy's passing. I did not know he had been sick. I remember having Jewish holiday's together as well as going out to dinner with your beautiful Mother and your father to many dinners together. My condolences to all of you and your many wonderful memories be a blessing for you.
SS

Steve Sefret

Posted at 09:11am
Steve and Mickey
Sorry to hear of the loss of your father. It has been many years, but I do have some fond memories of Sy. May his memory be a blessing.
DH

David Hornstein

Posted at 04:08pm
Mickey and family - -

I'll never forget growing up and going to your parents house. Mr. Bluestein would always get a kick out of showing us magic tricks and would always treat us like family. He's dearly missed but fondly remembered.

Love

David
DB

David Blitstein

Posted at 03:16pm
Steve and Mickey , Alissa and I are very sorry for your loss
S

Scott Frank

Posted at 02:10pm
Dear Mickey and Steve,
I have all fond memories and remember many funny stories and good times. Sy was one of the good guys! Thinking of you in this sad time.
JZ

Jay & Stefanie Zimmerman

Posted at 12:12pm
Steve and Mickey,
So sorry to hear about your dad's passing. He was always such a sweet, happy, jovial guy. Stefanie remembers when your dad worked for her dad and has great memories of him.
Hope you're both well,
Best,
Jay & Stefanie Zimmerman
CC

Cindy Cummins

Posted at 11:57am
Sy was one of the kindest people I know. He will be missed. Our deepest condolences to mom, Michael and Steve, and the family.
GP

Gary Plotnick

Posted at 09:58am
Sy was such a wonderful person. I very much enjoyed seeing him at the monthly IBM magic meetings over the years.
HB

Howard Berg

Posted at 08:44am
Sy and I worked together for many years at Acme Paper and then in our side line T shirt business. Lots of laughs and good times. RIP
GK

Gloria. Kleiman

Posted at 08:40am
Bluestein Family.
I am so sorry to hear of C,s passing! Art and I spent so many good times with Cy and Annette! He will be be sorely missed.
MA

Mary Lou and Alan

Posted at 07:28am
Dear Mickey and Family,
We are sorry for your loss. I didn't meet Sy until about five years ago. What first struck me was that he was a tall good looking man. Then I was introduced to him and he reached out to shake my hand and gave me a big welcoming smile that made me smile. Not many people have the ability to make you really smile, Sy did. He was funny and a nice guy, but when I think of him, and I do often, I always remember his warm smile.
LH

Larry Hornstein

Posted at 10:42pm
Mickey, Steve, and Family,
We are sad to hear of the passing of SY. He loved his family very much and always had a smile on his face. He was an avid tennis player, and loved to tell me about his tennis games; and enjoyed being with his friends, and family telling jokes and having a good time. We will miss him. May his memory be for a blessing.
G

Scott Gordon

Posted at 07:32pm
Dear Mickey and Steve,
May your father's memory be a blessing. Scott and Melissa Gordon
SS

SAVAL STEVE

Posted at 03:53pm
SY was the GREATEST, he was like a mentor to me. Starting in sales at such a young age, SY would give me such great insight to sales, I LOVED him, THE GOAT!
PS

Phylis Schuchman

Posted at 11:46am
Dear Mickey and Steve,
I'm sadden to learn this morning about the passing of your Dad. You both gave your parents so much pleasure and pride which they shared when we would see one another. May He Rest In Peace !
When Someone You Love Becomes A Memory,
The Memory Becomes A Treasure ( Sy Was A True Treasure To Everyone Who Knew Him !)..
SS

Sheila and Carl Smelkinson

Posted at 11:41am
Dear Mickey and Family, So very sorry to hear of Sy passing. He fought a tough battle to make it this long. We were friends since living in Milbrook and we lost two of our best friends, your Mom Annette and now Sy. Such fond memories which will be in our hearts forever. May his memories be for a blessing. Rest in peace our dear friend Sy.
SS

Sandra Sapp

Posted at 11:26am
Sandra and Howard Sapp
Dear Mickey and Steve,
Your dad was the sweetest, kindest, and best of the best!! He will definitely be missed!
Sending love, prayers, and comfort to you
SF

Sherri and Stuart Fox

Posted at 11:15am
Mickey and Steven
Our sympathies on your loss . My parents Mickey and Harold and later my father and Ruth shared many special times with your parents. They were both kind and caring people. I always enjoyed running into cousin Sy and catching up.
AS

Ann SIMKINS

Posted at 10:51am
Michael & Steven, I have very fond memories of working at the inner harbor selling t-shirts with both of your parents. My brother and I always had so much fun with them. I am so sorry for your loss.
SM

Sheila and Mark Mentz

Posted at 10:29am
Dear Michael and Steven,
We were so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved father. We had known both of your parents for many many years. They were wonderful people. Our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. May the memories that you have be a comfort to you.
JA

John Abosch

Posted at 10:23am
Cy was a good guy. We go back many years. He will be missed
JS

Janet and Jerome Sefret

Posted at 10:23am
Mickey & Steve - So sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. Thinking about the good times in Milbrook.
EM

Ellen Moss

Posted at 10:21am
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you. Sy always talked about his children and grandchildren and of how proud he was of you. We go way back to Blanche Ave and I have over 40 years of fond memories.
SF

Sheila and Harold Fox

Posted at 10:14am
Dear Michael, Steven and family,

We are so saddened to learn of Cy's passing. He always greeted us with a smile and a joke. I so enjoyed reminiscing with Cy our happy days playing tennis together and going out for dinner. May the many fond memories spent with him give you comfort during this sad time and forever. Please accept our deepest condolences.
A

Allison

Posted at 10:10am
I will miss him! It was so fun spending Hanukkah and Christmas with him. He loved bagels and lox. And his magic tricks were the best! Love you Sy!
BC

beth el congregation

Posted at 09:27am
The Officers, Board of Trustees and Staff of Beth El Congregation express a deep sense of loss on the passing of our member, Sylvan Bluestein. May his memory be for a blessing.

TG

Toby Gordon

Posted at 07:38am
My condolences to the family, I am so very sorry for your loss.
Love,
Cousin Toby
DE

Danna Eisman

Posted at 07:29am
Perry and I send sympathy to Mickey and Stevie and family. Sy was a wonderful friend to me with Annette when others left me out in Baltimore before I moved to Florida. Trips to Lexington Market were most enjoyable.
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