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Service for:
Moris Tcath, 89
April 1, 2021
April 6, 2021
Temple Beth Sholom 1809 Whitney Ave, Hamden, CT.
11:00 am

Beth El Cemetery, Groton, CT.

In lieu of flowers, donations to American Heart Association, Temple Beth Sholom’s Israeli Bond Fund, or the Hendel Family Scholarship at the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut.https://cfect.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/create?funit_id=1323

Will be Private

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Posted by:
Beverly Harrison

Although I believe I have only met you via the telephone, Bev, I feel as though I know you. My heartfelt condolences go to you, and to the members of Moe’s entire family, whom he held so dear. Moe was such a lovely, warm, sincere and also humorous person who was truly a joy to be around. In addition he was always very kind and understanding at the bridge table, which made him a highly sought after partner – or opponent. Knowing Moe was a pleasure indeed and I shall miss him.

With deep sympathy and warm wishes to Moe’s entire family,
Bev Harrison

Posted by:
William Hennessey

Beverly: this morning’s DAY brought the sad news about your husband — and I’m sending this note to express my condolences. I’m certain that he was a good man, and smart too. He married you. I’m also certain that you enjoyed a good life together and that he will be deeply missed. Try to remember the good times and cherish the happy memories.

Your Emerson ’56 classmate, Bill Hennessey
Niantic

Posted by:
David hendel

Our sincere condolenses to the entire Tcath family on moe’s passing. He was quite a guy going back to bayshore drive. He will be missed. Our best,
David hendel &;gail brener

Posted by:
Margot Michelman

Moe was my very wonderful uncle, my mother, Sybil’s younger brother. As the first Tcath grandchild, he continued to bond with me as I grew .
As the years went on, he resembled my grandfather, papa, his father, with the same mannerisms and nuances It was uncanny, and very comforting,
Dêja vu.
Luckily, he lived a much longer life too.
Fortunately, he researched our Tcath family tree and provided me with all the branches,
I will miss him.
He is last of the past direct line to our Tcath ancestors.

With love and affection to Bev and all my extended cousins.

Posted by:
Lucy LaCava & Herman Bershtein

What an honor to have known Mo. I think of the word Mensch which I have often heard – In looking up definition, there was no doubt – our Mo is a mensch – someone to admire and emulate, kind & attentive, filled with honor and integrity, responsible and does what is right. In addition, had a marvelous sense of humor and loved sharing all the jokes in email with us. His loves were Bev, Bev, Bev, his family, all the lives he touched and cards (especially bridge – I think). I was part of his bridge circle and he was the trusted validator when no-one believed what I said.about some rule. You are so missed and we know you are at peace and smiling upon us. Lucy & Herman

Posted by:
Reggie Belmont

Dear Bev and family: We send our deepest condolences on your loss. Mo was a wise, kind and gentle person who will be missed by all of us.
Jeff & Reggie

Posted by:
Roslyn Etra

I am so very sorry to hear of Mo’s passing. Sending my love to you and the entire family. May his memory be for a blessing.
ROZ ETRA

Posted by:
Ellen M Dworkin

Bev – I always remember Mo fondly from his time working with the Board of Education. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts.
Ellen and Ken Dworkin

Posted by:
Dean & Betsy Schachter

Dear Bev, Laurie, Jay, Pam and families:
We are so sorry to hear of Mo’s passing. We know that you will keep him in your hearts always.
Love and Hugs,
Dean & Betsy Schachter

Posted by:
Jeff and Stephanie Gordon

Jay and Amy
Our deepest condolences to you and your entire family on your loss. We are thinking of you this week

Posted by:
The Bergers

We are all profoundly sorry for your loss and know how much Mr. T will be missed. May his memory be a blessing. Sending love and condolences from us all.

Posted by:
Carolann Morrissey

To Beverly and family we send our heartfelt condolences. Mo was our neighbor and greeted us with warmth whether on his driveway, on the phone or at Association. Meetings. He and his wife Bev were greeters at our Holiday gatherings. He was a man overflowing with kindness, respect, and interest in others. He will be missed.
Edward and Carolann Morrissey and Family

Posted by:
Marilyn Hirsch

I will miss this wonderful man and feel very lucky to have known him. He was such a kind and gentle soul but a spirited strong bridge partner. He is greatly missed!

Marilyn

Posted by:
Tamar R Braverman

Although I did not know Mr Tcath that long, I came to know him as a very optimistic gentleman. Despite everything, he always smiled and had something positive to say. He was a very kind soul and I am glad to have met him.

Posted by:
Larry / Arnold Lazaroff

Very sorry to learn of the passing. Condolences to the family.

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


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