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Service for:
Dori Laub, 81
June 23, 2018
10 Tammuz,5778
June 26, 2018
Graveside Service
2:30 pm.

Beth Israel Cemetery, 855 Derby Milford Rd., Orange

 Contributions may be sent to the Fortunoff Yale Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies.  

Period of Mourning will be observed at the family’s home in Woodbridge, Tuesday following the service until 9 pm, then Wednesday and Thursday until 9 pm, Friday until sundown.


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Posted by:
Brooks & Ginger Brenneis

We first met Dori in Stockbridge MA in 1967, as post-docs at Austen Riggs. Both families moved to Yale in 1969, and continued our close friendship. We moved to Wisconsin in 1976, but stayed in touch with Dori through the years, always heard from him at Christmas time, and visited with him several times in Stockbridge at Riggs’ reunions.
Dori was the dearest of friends, a determined man who never had an easy path in front of him. Only after many years did he disclose to us the depth of his suffering. He traveled all over the country collecting testimonies of Holocaust survivors. His heart and soul were always in his work, whether in his clinical office or in his Holocaust research. We know that he deeply loved his family and mourned the lost of his wife Johanna. His spirit should inspire us to do good work and not to flinch in front of tragedy.
Our dearest condolences to Miri, Avi, and their families. May he live long in their hearts and memories.
Brooks & Ginger Brenneis, Madison Wisconsin

Posted by:
Erica Braun

A wonderful human being I worked with so many years ago. I am so sorry for his loss. He has always been in my thoughts and always will be. My deepest condolences to his family.

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

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