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Gerald Spring



Gerald Spring, 61, of Birmingham, Michigan and formerly of Toronto, Canada, died on 26 April 2021.

The Funeral was on Wednesday, 28 April 2021 at 1:00 PM .

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LIVE STREAM at 1:00 p.m.

Family members include:
Beloved husband of Annette Ferber Spring. Loving son of Harvey and the late Joyce Spring of Toronto, Ontario and adored son-in-law of Miriam and Fred Ferber. Beloved father of Sasha Spring, and Jasmine Spring, and step-father of Madeline Adelman and fiancé Mathew Tukel, Jonah Adelman and partner Julia Reny, Isabella Adelman, and Joey Adelman. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Steven Spring and partner Terry Benoit, and Debbie and Harley Zaretsky. Adored brother-in-law of Shari Ferber Kaufman and Alon Kaufman, and Ron Ferber and partner Lisa Weinberg. He will be greatly missed by his nieces and nephews Jenna and Daniel, Jonathan, Joshua, Laurenne, Natalierose, Alex, Brett, Sam, Rosabel, Ari, Leia, and Ziv along with his many nieces and nephews in Toronto, and, of course, his favorite furry friend Bucci.

Gerry believed that in life, there was nothing more important than family and he embraced many friends as part of that family. Gerry was a true lover of life, of people, of nature, of experiences, and anything to do with his beloved soulmate, Annette. He touched people in a way that was intimate and caring. All who met Gerry felt truly blessed to have known him, even for a moment. Gerry’s outlook on life was unique as he saw beauty in everything and everyone. Gerry’s life was filled with Tikun Olam. May his memory forever be a blessing.

It is suggested that those who wish to further honor the memory of Gerald Spring may do so by making a contribution to:

Gerald Spring Memorial Fund
5400 Pontiac Trail
Orchard Lake, MI 48323
To be allocated to the causes that were close to Gerry’s heart.

or
A Charity of one's choice