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Helen Azemove Silverman
September 30th, 1915 - August 10th, 2009
Helen Silverman, age 93 of St. Louis Park. Preceded in death by husband, Robert; son, Alden; parents, Frank & Jenny Azemove; sisters, Sarah Rosen and Rose Kaner; sisters-in-law, Edith Felzer, Lee Guerwitz and Rose Berman; son-in-law, Richard J. FitzGerald; former sons-in-law, Ronald Chessen and Thomas Kassmir. Survived by daughters, Beverly FitzGerald and Sylvia (Samuel) Kaplan; daughter-in-law, Judy Silverman. Grandchildren, Michael (Ilana) Chessen, Rick (Sonia) Chessen, Kerri (Mark) Lehmann, Jill Chessen (Daniel Cohen), Jamie (Michelle) Kassmir, Gregory (Danielle) Kassmir, Cori (Robert) Sargenti, Darcy (Etai) Bar-On, Ryan, Jeffrey, Tiffany and Amanda Silverman, Robin (Jeffrey) Faust and Ronald (Julie) Kaplan; Shawne FitzGerald (John Norblom), Kathleen FitzGerald (David Hitchcock), Sharron FitzGerald (Randy Herman) and Rick (Pauline) FitzGerald. Great-grandchildren, Abigail and Charles Kassmir; Chloe and Trey Sargenti; Max, Levi and Tamar Bar-On; Hila, Shira and Itamar Chessen; Daniel , Emma and Maya Chessen; Robert, Kate and Charlotte Lehmann; Anna and Lily Cork; Maggie and Jackie Faust; Jose James, Michael, Kerry and Lisa Herman; Devon and Colin FitzGerald. Sister, Beatrice Cowle; brother, Alan (Judy) Azemove; brother-in-law, David (Elayne) Silverman; special extended family, Mary Chessen and Judy Thomas, Minnie and Gordon Singer and devoted nieces and nephews. Helen was immensely proud of her large and inclusive family, and they were devoted to her. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren loved to listen to her stories about the early days, and they all knew by heart her primary story which was her lifelong love affair with Bob, whom she met when she was 17, living in Superior, Wisconsin, and he rode the rails to visit his cousin, Ida. From that day forward, until his death in 1991, they were partners in every aspect of life. Raising their three children, and in their various adventures and businesses, they were always a team, never separated. The family wishes to thank the caring staff at Knollwood Place, Roitenberg Residence, and Sholom Home West. Funeral service THURSDAY 10 AM at SHIR TIKVAH CONGREGATION, 5000 Girard Ave. S., Mpls. Memorials are preferred to the Helen R. Silverman Fund at Sholom Community Alliance. SHIVA, 510 River Street, Mpls (Thurs 7PM).
Helen Silverman Fund at Sholom Community Alliance, 3620 Phillips Parkway, St. Louis Park, MN 55426
On the Weber tree.