|Barbara Levin Bergman||
Thu Jun 8th at 10:00|
Beth Israel Congregation in Ann Arbor
|Israel Yehudah Ariel Browner||
A PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICE
Lillian Binder nee Gluck
Lillian Binder nee Gluck, 95, of Chicago, Illinois, formerly of Detroit, died on 30 April 2022.
The Funeral was held at Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel on Tuesday, 03 May 2022 at 1:30 PM .
Rabbi Debra Newman-Kamin and Cantor Stuart Simon officiated. Interment at Westlawn Cemetery in Norridge, Illinois.
Family members include:
Beloved wife of the late Fred Marrich, the late Herman Binder and her first love Irving Rosenberg. Loving mother of Dr. David (Ann) Rosenberg, Sherry Rose, Carolyn (Dr. Steven Nasatir) Rosenberg, and loving stepmother of Nancy “Chani” (the late Howard “Tzvi”) Sherizen, and Larry (Debbie) Marrich. Proud grandmother of Dr. Barry (Dr. Sharon) Rosenberg, Stevan (Heather) Rosenberg, Dr. Kevin (Michelle) Rosenberg, Rochelle-Leigh (Daniel Ben-Zadok) Rosenberg, Lonnie (Risa) Nasatir, Scott (Emily) Nasatir, Randy Nasatir, Brandon Nasatir, Eli Nasatir, and Kalman Sherizen, Leah and Natan Berry, Moshe and Batya Sherizen, Naomi and Shlomo Radner, Aryeh and Deniella Sherizen, Benyamin and Devorah Sherizen, and the late Shalom Nasatir. Cherished great-grandmother of Rachel, Drew, Lauren, Alexa, Brooke, Carly, Hannah, Nathan, Joseph, Abner, Julia, Naomi, Leo, Levi, Leo, Azriel, Shevy, Rochel, Chananya, Kayla, Abi Michal, Tzvi, Dassi, Eliana, Shira, Yaakov, Daniel, Ruthie, Adina, and Tehilla. Dear sister of the late Emil Gluck.
Lillian was an original. Married at 18 to neighbor Irving Rosenberg, who, 7 years older, had returned from service in WWII and won her heart at a dance, Lillian became the belle of every ball. She was heart-broken when she became a widow at age 50, and resolved to live life to the fullest—and did so for the next 45 years. She lit up every room, became not only a wife and mother, but a watercolor artist, one of the first Weight Watchers lecturers in the Michigan area, and a sought-after fashion coordinator. She befriended all she met as she travelled literally around the world, from Japan to her parents’ native Hungary (she was fluent in Hungarian), and closer to home at her favorite Once Upon a Bagel, attending sports events for her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and numerous JUF events she loved. She was devoted to her brother Emil, who contracted Polio before the vaccine was available, and whose sparkle and resilience inspired her each day. She led her life with love, vigor and beauty, always toasting to “Happy Times”-- including her 95th Zoom birthday with all of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren—toasting their beloved Gigi (Glamorous Grandma).
The family invites friends to join them for a zoom shiva on Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m.
Click here for a link to the zoom shiva.
It is suggested that those who wish to further honor the memory of Lillian Binder nee Gluck may do so by making a contribution to:
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan ChicagoClick to Visit Charity Website
Any Jewish Charity