december 1-18 - kislev 13-30 december 19-31 - tevet 1-13 We are a people who know how to remember. We carry our memories through our daily lives as we move into the future. Observing a loved one's Yahrtzeit is very important, it reminds us to carry their dreams and memories forward in life. The Kaddish, the prayer for our affirmation of life, should be recited on the day of your loved one's Yahrtzeit. It is customary to light a Yahrtzeit candle to remember them. Giving Tzedakah in the name of your loved one is especially appropriate at this time to express a sense of "L'Dor V’ Dor", one generation to the next.
Cal. DateHeb. DateRemembered Remembered By December Kislev 08 20 Louis Adelman Grace Adelman 10 22 Lilian Rayman Julie Becker 10 22 Shirley E. Finman Pat Wolf, Sheila W. Carroll & Sheri P. Wolf 10 22 Leon Stelcner Norman & Julia Salinsky 10 22 Sam Weinbaum Robyn Weinbaum 11 23 Morris Gold Douglas Goodman 12 24 David Gordon 12 24 Hanna Gordon 14 26 Philip Lotto Joan Lotto 14 26 Pearl Cohen 17 29 Barbara L. Wald Tevet 19 01 Ouida Israel 20 02 Albert Saltiel Pat Wolf, Sheila W. Carroll & Sheri P. Wolf 21 03 Betty Lotto Joan Loto 24 06 Joseph Cohen Gail & Michael Blatt 26 08 Abraham Salinsky Norman & Julie Salinsky 30 12 Elliot Ward 31 13 Sally Becker Julie Becker 31 13 Henry Samuel