Abromovitz, Alan A beautiful life of love, faith and wonderment came to a sudden yet peaceful end on the warm evening of May 10, 2017 as Dr. Alan Mark Abromovitz, surrounded by his beloved family, was called to his rest. He was preceded in death by his beloved son, Daniel Abromovitz. Surviving to treasure his memory are his wife, Lorin (Finn) Abromovitz, his children, Michael, Joshua and Stacie Abromovitz, as well as his siblings, Merle Jeanne (Dr. Stanley) Milstein and Gary B. (Paula) Abromovitz, along with a multitude of cousins, nieces, nephews, friends and patients who loved him dearly. His life began on September 10, 1945 in Tempe, Arizona and spanned over 70 years of unconditional love for family, friends and patients. An exceptional man, who devoted his time on earth to healing and serving the mind, body and spirit, Dr. Abromovitz practiced medicine for over 40 years and was a renowned healer, teacher, author, Master of Acupuncture and adjunct Professor of Osteopathic manipulation at Michigan State University School of Medicine. A pioneer in the field of alternative medicine, Dr. Abromovitz was a founding member of the Arizona Board of Homeopathic Medical Examiners, and dedicated his practice to the drug-free treatment of chronic pain and limitation of function. Dr. Abromovitz was known as the man to call when traditional medical remedies failed to work. A lifelong native of Phoenix, Dr. Abromovitz attended Central High School and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona. His passion for his fellow man led him to Memphis, Tennessee where he attended The University of Tennessee School of Medicine. It was in Memphis that he met Lorin Finn. Lorin and Alan met, fell in love, and within a year were engaged to be married. Over the next forty plus years they built a life of joy, love and comfort for their children. Despite Dr. Abromovitz's extensive accolades and accomplishments, his proudest achievement was playing the role of father to his four cherished children. We are so proud of you, Dad. You are our whole world, and we will spend the rest of our lives cherishing your memory and living in your honor. Always and forever.
ASH, Stephen Perry was born on December 17, 1947 and died peacefully with his beloved family by his side on March 6, 2016. He is predeceased by his mother, Norma Ash and father, Raymond Ash. He is survived by his life partner of 44 years, Crissy Ash; his three children, Michael Ash (daughter-in-law Kari Jo Ash), Patricia Ash Moore (son-in-law Dr. William Moore) and John Ash and his five grandchildren, Ava, Lillian and John George Ash and Stephen and Matthew Moore; sister Adrienne Ash and nephew Ricky Estrella. Stephen was born and raised in Tucson, AZ. He graduated from Palo Verde High School where he was a competitive gymnast. He went to the University of Arizona where he met and married Crissy, the love of his life. After college Stephen had a successful career as a real estate investor and developer. Stephen was a humble, strong man who saved two lives during the course of his life. He saved a man who was choking and rescued a man from a burning house. In honor of his true character, Stephen's family will carry on his legacy of generosity and compassion, love of family and goodness of heart. We say goodbye to our loving companion, father, papa, brother and uncle. Rest in Peace Steve/Dad/Papa and Uncle Steve. We will always miss you, and you will remain in our memories and hearts forever. We are grateful for the extraordinarily compassionate care given to Stephen while he was hospitalized at University Medical Center Diamond ICU 3 West. We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to them. A private family service will be held to honor Stephen. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the Tucson Symphony or the Humane Society of Southern Arizona. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/obituary.aspx?pid=178035581#sthash.EkVdX7iX.dpuf
Literary agent, Mickey "The Cowboy" Freiberg, represented award-winning talent, and enjoyed a career spanning 40 plus years, passed away after a 3 year battle with brain cancer. Best known for his lively personality, infectious enthusiasm, and love for life, he leaves behind a huge network of friends and close family. Mickey was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1948 his family moved to Los Angeles. He spent his childhood summers on ranches working with horses and earning his nickname, "The Cowboy." His teen years were spent on the beaches of Malibu surfing. He attended the University of Arizona, and after graduating served his time in the United States Army. Mickey was one of the last old Hollywood greats; working his way up from the mailroom to eventually spend nearly 20 years as a partner at The Artists Agency. Freiberg was Senior Vice President of the Literary Department at The Grace Talent Organization at the time of his passing. He was known as a relentless salesman and master negotiator. His wide-ranging slate of clients included the late Budd Schulberg, Homer Hickam, David Fisher, Ed Koch, Joe Pistone, and The Bonanno Family. One of Mickey's proudest projects, "Youth in Revolt," was based on the novel written by C.D. Payne, produced by David Permut, and co-produced by Freiberg's daughter Miranda. Mickey passed away peacefully in his West Los Angeles home, surrounded by family and friends. Survived by his devoted wife Margaret, and loving children, Matthew and Miranda, as well as his older brother Thomas Jr, Tom's wife Brenda, their daughter Katie, and Mickey's sister Constance. Memorial Services will be held in early February. Please Contact Grace Talent for details. In lieu of flowers, please donate in memory of Mickey Freiberg to the brain tumor program at the Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. Brain Tumor Center at Cedars-Sinai, please call 323-866-7763 for information.
I know Dick (Dick Moses) would have enjoyed attending the reunion and seeing old friends......sadly he passed away January 18, 2015 after a very brave battle against cancer. It took him in 10 months. He was a good husband and good friend to many.
ROSENBAUM, Lanny, 65, died October 26, 2009 at home in Darby, Montana after a difficult and courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Lanny was a long time resident and a native of Tucson. He graduated from Rincon High School, The University of Arizona School of Journalism and was the editor of the Arizona Daily Wildcat. After many years of working in the printing/publishing business in Tucson, he moved to Chicago and had a very successful marketing career with the Chicago Tribune and Dick Blick Art Materials. During his career, Lanny had extensive business dealings throughout Asia and Europe. Lanny was a talented pianist, an avid fly fisherman and enjoyed playing a weekly game of basketball. He is survived by his wife, Deborah; three children, Anne, Kathy and Matthew; four grandchildren; his mother, Evelyn; his sister, Susan and his nephew, Nicholas. In lieu of flowers, donations in Lanny's honor and memory may be made to pancan.org. Memorial Services have yet to be planned. For information please contact Susan Stern at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sandor "Jim" Silverman passed away on the evening of April 20, 2010, and was interred the following afternoon at East Lawn Cemetery in an Orthodox Jewish ceremony officiated by Rabbi Israel Becker of Congregation Chofetz Chayim of Tucson, Ariz. Born in Chicago, Ill., in 1939, to the late Nathan and Lillian Silverman, Sandor moved to Tucson as a child and was a member of Catalina High School's first graduating class in 1957. Sandor married Sigrid "Siggy" Nevins on June 14, 1959. He received B.S. and M.S. degrees in civil engineering at the University of Arizona and then worked for Martin Marietta in Denver, Colo., and Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas. In 1969, he moved to Idaho Falls, Idaho, and worked at Idaho National Laboratory for 35 years, a period that included a two-year stint in Los Alamos, N.M. In Idaho, Sandor continued to pursue his lifelong interests in the environment and the outdoors. From 2005 to 2010, Sandor and Siggy shared time between Idaho Falls and Tucson. Besides Siggy, Sandor leaves behind a daughter, Rachael (Doug) Jorgensen; sons, Gary (Kirsten) and Terrell; and granddaughter, Jessica Jorgensen (Morgan) Willis. Jim Silverman also leaves a number of good friends who remember him well and thoroughly enjoyed his company. Although suffering from ill health in recent years, his good humor and sense of fun never left him. Neither did his respect for others, his wide-ranging intellectual engagement and his passion for understanding that led him to ask interesting and genuinely important questions that were very difficult to answer.
WINARD, Stephen R., CPA Steve passed away peacefully on May 20, 2011. He was born in Los Angeles, CA in 1947. He spent his life enjoying music, the outdoors and building a successful accounting practice in Encino, CA. Steve is survived by his son Elliot (Jenelle) and daughter Emily Weston (Bryan), children of Debbie Winard, grandson Tyler; sister Bobbi Scherr (Joel), nephew Adam Lewis (Lori), great-niece Olivia, niece Jessica Lewis (Sabrina); girlfriend Lauren Papa (Matt, Jenna, Ian, Sara); loving family, many lifelong friends and clients. He will be greatly missed by all. Services were held at Mount Sinai Memorial Parks, Hollywood Hills.