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He was Board Certified in Psychiatry and earned an additional Masters Degree in Health Administration from Columbia University in 1958. He was a member of The Temple, a Board member and past President of the Glenview Condo Association, and St. He was a Corporate Vice President with Brown-Forman and a member of Keneseth Israel Congregation, where he had formerly served as Cemetery Warden and Board of Trustees member. He is survived by Betty, his loving wife of 67 years; his children: Peggy Sloss of Blacksburg, VA; Sally Younger (Peter Pearlman) of Louisville; Dr.

Frank worked for the state mental hospital systems of Pennsylvania and Connecticut, and became Director of State Mental Health Services of Pennsylvania. George Masonic Lodge #239 F & AM, and a former member of Standard Country Club. Jon Younger (Kim) of Seattle, WA; sister-in-law, Bessie Younger of Louisville; and brother-in-law, Raymond Frankel (Maxine) of Los Angeles, CA; grandchildren: Marcie Kruer of Louisville; Barbara Sloss of Asheville, NC; Leslie Kornbluth (Nick) of Blacksburg, VA; Jeremy and Joshua Younger of Houston, TX; Zachary Shields of Israel; and Bernard Pearlman of Los Angeles, CA; 6 great-grandchildren: Ben and Jonah Wilga; Noah Kruer of Louisville; and Kai, Lana and Mara Kornbluth of Blacksburg, VA.

He graduated from Bloomfield High School in 1938, Union College in 1942, and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1946. He is also survived by 4 great-grandchildren: Jacob, Henry, Leo, and Lena. Louis, MO; daughter, Connie Rieser (Rabbi Louis) of Windham, NH; brother, Ivan Goldstein (Ruth); 11 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

He served as an Air Force Captain and combat veteran, completing 50 missions over Europe as a bombardier in World War II. Louis, MO; and daughter, Adelaide "Cissy" Lenobel (Dr. on Sunday, April 3, 2011, at The Temple, 5101 Brownsboro Road, with visitation beginning at p.m.He was also a Captain and Group Intelligence Officer during the Korean War. Robert) of Cincinnati, OH; and 4 grandsons: James and Andrew Schulman and Dr. Burial will follow in The Temple Cemetery, 2716 Preston Highway.Born May 6, 1933, to Morris and Bess Sotsky Plattus of Louisville, he was the youngest brother of James, Robert and Jeanne (Wasserman).Simon was the last surviving of the children, who were raised in Syracuse, NY, but returned to their mother's hometown at the end of the 1940's.She was an insurance agent for Shelter Insurance and was an active member of the American Legion, Post #113.

She was an avid reader, enjoyed cooking for her father, playing cards and spending every moment possible with her grandchildren.His college education was interrupted by 2 years in the Army, after which he returned to complete his BFrank was born in Nurnberg, Germany, the only child of the toolmaker, Conrad, and his wife, Lina, Hasselbacher.The family immigrated to America in 1924, and Frank frew up in Bloomfield, NJ.She was energetic, full of life and a generous friend to all.She is survived by her loving father, Morris Kaplan; beloved children: Deborah (Buckner) Tomlin and David Mink; much loved sister, Dana Camodeca (Dr.Silvio) of Des Plaines, IL; devoted brother, Steve Kaplan (Ilene) of Chicago, IL; her cherished grandsons: Dylan Tomlin and Miles Hatchett; and many lifelong family and friends.