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[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Jun 9, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.112.4.5680.38]

Individual: Maimon, Daniel
Birth date: Jan 28, 1912
Death date: Feb 1984
Social Security #: 275-07-8901
Last residence: OH 45426
State of issue: OH
Zip of last payment: 45426


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Notice from "Canadian Jewish Times (8/20/1909): "J. Albert has gone to New York, Boston, and Old Orchard Beach for two weeks."

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[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Jun 9, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.129778.87]

Individual: Kottler, Belle
Birth date: Sep 15, 1892
Death date: Sep 1983
Social Security #: 278-48-8711
Last residence: OH 45426
State of issue: OH


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Obituary from Lafayette Journal Courier April 10, 2008:

Born Aug. 4, 1915, in Dayton, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late Freeda and Samuel Hurwitz, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in biology from the University of Cincinnati in 1937.

Mrs. Levinson began a teaching career in the Orange (Ohio) Schools and taught elementary classes there from 1960 to 1966. In 1964, she earned her master's degree in education from Case Western Reserve University.

She married Burton Levinson on March 14, 1937. They moved to West Lafayette in 1966, where she was the Rebbitsen for her husband who was Rabbi at Temple Israel from 1966 until 1984, and Rabbi Emeritus until his death in 1996.

Mrs. Levinson taught fifth grade in the West Lafayette School Corp. at Burtsfield Elementary School for 18 years, until 1982. By that time, she had accumulated 24 additional credit hours post-masters.

She was a member of Temple Israel, Temple Israel Sisterhood, Hadassah, Lafayette Museum of Art Guild, and numerous teaching organizations. Her interests included art, music, reading, Jewish causes and traveling.

Survivors include a son, Joel Levinson of Northridge, Calif.

Funeral service is 2 p.m. today, April 10, at Temple Israel. A grandson, Steven Levinson of San Francisco, survives. One son, David, preceded in death. She will be remembered for her tremendous kindness, generosity and compassion to people, her wonderful smile and her passion for children. Memorial contributions to Temple Israel's Rabbi Levinson Camp Fund or Lafayette Symphony Orchestra. Soller-Baker Funeral Home in charge of arrangements; www.soller-baker.com.

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According to 1920 Census records, His real name is Bernard. His Hebrew name, Beritche (Named after his great-grandfather, Beritche Alper) sounded so much like "Burton E." that he asked everyone to call him that, and the name took.[Annie.FTW]

According to census records, his birth name is "Bernard." His Hebrew name (Beritche -- named after his great-grandfather Beritche Alper) sounded so much like "Burton E.," that he asked to be called Burton E.

Burton graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1932 and Hebrew Union College in 1936. He retired from active Rabbinate in 1982. Was ordained as a rabbi in 1936 from Hebrew Union College. Died in West Lafayette, Indiana, from a heart attack, on January 5, 1996.


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Obituary from The Petaluma Argus-Courier, Nov. 20, 1998:

"David Allen Levinson, who practiced dermatology in Petaluma and Sonoma for more than 20 years, died Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1998 after a courageous 20 month battle with brain cancer. He was 56. Dr. Levinson was born in Duluth, Minn. to Sylvia and the late Rabbi Burton Levinson. He was a graduate of Brandeis University and Boston University School of Medicine. He moved to California to complete his residency at the U.S. Public Health Service, University of California-San Francisco and Stanford University.

He is survived by his wife Erica Gorman Levinson, son Stephen Levinson of Chicago, mother Sylvia Levinson of West Lafayette, Ind., brother Joel Levinson of Northridge and dear friend Carol Larson of Petaluma. He is also survived by many good friends who provided him support and affection, especially during his illness.

Dr. Levinson had three passions in his life: his son Steve, baseball and fishing. As a single father, he raised Steve from a young child and considered this his greatest accomplishment.

His love of baseball was well known. He was a Little League coach during his son's youth, played first base for his synagogue's team in the Petaluma church softball league and was instrumental in bringing the edwood Pioneers, the predecessors to the Sonoma County Crushers, to Rohnert Park. He was known to be an expert on baseball trivia. He was also an avid fisherman and greatly enjoyed the time he spent as a volunteer at the Bodega Marine Laboratory.

A celebration of Dr. Levinson's life will be held at 2 PM today at 1420 Spring Hill Road, Petaluma. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make donations in his memory may send them to Hospice of Petaluma, 416 Payran SD., Petaluma 94953 or the National Brain Tumor Foundation, 785 Market St. No. 1600, San Francisco 94103 or the David A. Levinson Memorial Fund at Bodega Marine Laboratory, PO Box 247, Bodega Bay 94923."[Annie.FTW]

Obituary -- The Petaluma Argus-Courier, November 20, 1998:

David Allen Levinson, who practiced dermatology in Petaluma and Sonoma for more than 20 years, died Wednesday, November 18, 1998 after a courageous 20-month battle with brain cancer. He was 56. Dr. Levinson was bron in Duluth, Minn, to Sylvia and the late Rabbi Burton Levinson. He was a graduate of Brandeis University and Boston University School of Medicine. He moved to California to complete his residency at the U.S. Public Health Service, University of California-San Francisco and Stanford University. He is survived by his wife Erica Gorman Levinson, son Stephen Levinson of Chicago, mother Sylvia Levinson of West Lafayette, Ind., brother Joel Levinson of Northridge and der friend Carol Larson of Petaluma. He is also survived by many good friends who provided him support and affection, especially during his illness. His love of baseball was well known. He wa a Little League coach during his son's youth, played first base for his synagogue's team in the Petaluma church softball league, and was instrumental in bringing the Edwood Pioneers, the predecessors of the Sonoma County Crushers, to Rohnert Park. He was known to be an expert on baseball trivia. He was also an avid fisherman and greatly enjoyed the time he spent as a volunteer at the Bodega Marine Laboratory. A celebration of Dr. Levinson's life will be held at 2 PM today at 1420 Spring Hill Road, Petaluma. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make donations in his memory may send them to Hospice of Petaluma, 416 Payran, SD, Petaluma 94953, or the National Brain Tumor Foundation, 785 Market St., No. 1600, San Francisco, 94103, or the David A. Levinson Memorial Fund at Bodega Marine Laboratory, PO Box 247, Bodega Bay, 94923.