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Service for:
Bina Fenig, 98
September 25, 2018
16 Tishrei, 5779
September 26, 2018
Graveside Service
1:00 p.m.

Beth Moses Cemetery, Wellwood Ave, West Babylon, NY

May be sent to; Tower One Foundation, 18 Tower Lane, New Haven, CT.06519

A Period of Mourning will be Observed Wednesday and Thursday from 6:30-9:00 pm.at the family’s home, 24 Forest Glenn Dr. Woodbridge, CT.


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Posted by:
Jacqueline Koral

Dear Lillian and Nate,

Losing a mother is one of the most saddest transitions in life. I have heard from so many people what a wonderful woman your mother was and how much she was loved and respected in her community at the Towers. You both were lucky to have such a Special mother and she was fortunate to have such loving children who took such good care of her. I hope she was blessed with peace in her last moments and I think of the two of you with love and affection.

Posted by:
Lori and Larry Weiss

just wanted to extend my sympathy. I truly enjoyed seeing and having her company at my moms dining table number 4! Loved her smile!00

Posted by:
Bruce Spiewak

Lillian and Nate,

“You stood beside her, hanging on, as if to make her stay.
But Death prevailed, and she was gone, slipped peacefully away.
You gathered at the bedside, the vital family kin.
The absence of a silent voice reverberated above the din.
The body is a fragile thing, just with us for a time.
The spirit lives eternally in children’s’ hearts and minds.”

May her memory be a blessing.

Posted by:
Linda Cedarbaum

Lillian and Nate- I am sending my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your mother. I only got to know Bina these last three years, but she was from the first the star of our Horticultural Therapy group. Truly she was my ‘Flower Girl’! I will ever hold her beautiful smile of delight in my heart, remembering how she would beam with sheer joy as she admired the bountiful flower arrangements she made. She personified eager and gentle and loved the natural beauty of the world. She thrilled to make bird feeders in winter and watch the birds flock to them through the window. She gobbled up the opportunity to touch and hold each blossom that was offered, at times breaking into song as she assembled her design. Truly she was a woman who knew how to find pleasure and beautify in the smallest things. She will be missed by me and all whose lives were touched by her sweetness. May her life be an example and her memory be for a blessing. Fondly, Linda

Robert E. Shure Funeral Home is the only strictly Jewish Funeral Home in the Greater New Haven area.

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