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Viliam Frankel2005

Name
Viliam Frankel
Given names
Viliam
Surname
Frankel

Willie Frankel

Name
Willie Frankel
Given names
Willie
Surname
Frankel
Birth
Source: Chesky Rubin
Death of a maternal grandfatherYisrael Rubin
October 4, 1942 (Tishrei 23, 5703)
Publication: Yad Vashem The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, Jerusalem, Israel www.yadvashem.org
Citation details: Yisrael Rubin Entry #s 1310082, 3575756, 933138 and 5346053
Text:
Last Name: Rubin First Name: Yisrael Father's First Name : Yosef Mother's First Name: Malka Mother's Maiden Name: Natel Sex: male Date of Birth: 1867 Age: 75 Place of Birth: Kurima,Saris,Slovakia,Czechoslovakia Marital Status: married Wife's Name: Bluma Grossman Permanent residence: Kurima,Saris,Slovakia,Czechoslovakia Profession: Businessman Place during the war: Kurima,Saris,Slovakia,Czechoslovakia Transport: from Bardejov to Naleczow on May 18, 1942 Place of Death: Konskowola,Pulawy,Lublin,Poland Date of Death: 1942 Type of material: Page of Testimony Submitter's Last Name: Ortner Submitter's First Name: Alexander Relationship to Victim: Grandson Registration Date: Jan 1, 1993
Source: Chesky Rubin
Text:
The exact date of Simchas Torah 5703 is from great grandson Chesky Rubin based on a letter received by the family.
Death December 4, 2005 (Kislev 3, 5766)
Publication: http://www.montrealgazette.com
Citation details: Villiam Frankel Obituary, Dec 6, 2005
Text:
FRANKEL, Villiam. With much sadness we announce the passing of Mr. Villiam Frankel of blessed memory, on Sunday evening, December 4, 2005, Kislev 4, 5766. The post-war growth and flourishment of the Montreal Jewish Community is indelibly bound up with the extra-ordinary life and achievements of Mr. Frankel. He will be deeply mourned by many. Mr. Frankel is survived by his loving family - his cherished wife and life's partner Clara, and devoted children George, Suzie and Judy with their spouses; his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Interment will take place in Jerusalem. Shiva will be observed at 1890 Lajoie. Morning services: 7:15 a.m. and Mincha at 16:15. The family extends their thanks to the entire staff of the Emergency, 2-Main and 2-East of the Jewish General Hospital and especially to Dr. Portnoy and Dr. Langleben for their extraordinary care and support beyond the call of duty. The family also would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the Hatzoloh group of volunteers for being there, day and night, whenever needed.
Burial
Publication: http://www.montrealgazette.com
Citation details: Villiam Frankel Obituary, Dec 6, 2005
Text:
FRANKEL, Villiam. With much sadness we announce the passing of Mr. Villiam Frankel of blessed memory, on Sunday evening, December 4, 2005, Kislev 4, 5766. The post-war growth and flourishment of the Montreal Jewish Community is indelibly bound up with the extra-ordinary life and achievements of Mr. Frankel. He will be deeply mourned by many. Mr. Frankel is survived by his loving family - his cherished wife and life's partner Clara, and devoted children George, Suzie and Judy with their spouses; his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Interment will take place in Jerusalem. Shiva will be observed at 1890 Lajoie. Morning services: 7:15 a.m. and Mincha at 16:15. The family extends their thanks to the entire staff of the Emergency, 2-Main and 2-East of the Jewish General Hospital and especially to Dr. Portnoy and Dr. Langleben for their extraordinary care and support beyond the call of duty. The family also would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the Hatzoloh group of volunteers for being there, day and night, whenever needed.
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BirthAvraham Dov Scheiner
BirthChesky Rubin
DeathMontreal Gazette
Publication: http://www.montrealgazette.com
Citation details: Villiam Frankel Obituary, Dec 6, 2005
Text:
FRANKEL, Villiam. With much sadness we announce the passing of Mr. Villiam Frankel of blessed memory, on Sunday evening, December 4, 2005, Kislev 4, 5766. The post-war growth and flourishment of the Montreal Jewish Community is indelibly bound up with the extra-ordinary life and achievements of Mr. Frankel. He will be deeply mourned by many. Mr. Frankel is survived by his loving family - his cherished wife and life's partner Clara, and devoted children George, Suzie and Judy with their spouses; his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Interment will take place in Jerusalem. Shiva will be observed at 1890 Lajoie. Morning services: 7:15 a.m. and Mincha at 16:15. The family extends their thanks to the entire staff of the Emergency, 2-Main and 2-East of the Jewish General Hospital and especially to Dr. Portnoy and Dr. Langleben for their extraordinary care and support beyond the call of duty. The family also would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the Hatzoloh group of volunteers for being there, day and night, whenever needed.
BurialMontreal Gazette
Publication: http://www.montrealgazette.com
Citation details: Villiam Frankel Obituary, Dec 6, 2005
Text:
FRANKEL, Villiam. With much sadness we announce the passing of Mr. Villiam Frankel of blessed memory, on Sunday evening, December 4, 2005, Kislev 4, 5766. The post-war growth and flourishment of the Montreal Jewish Community is indelibly bound up with the extra-ordinary life and achievements of Mr. Frankel. He will be deeply mourned by many. Mr. Frankel is survived by his loving family - his cherished wife and life's partner Clara, and devoted children George, Suzie and Judy with their spouses; his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Interment will take place in Jerusalem. Shiva will be observed at 1890 Lajoie. Morning services: 7:15 a.m. and Mincha at 16:15. The family extends their thanks to the entire staff of the Emergency, 2-Main and 2-East of the Jewish General Hospital and especially to Dr. Portnoy and Dr. Langleben for their extraordinary care and support beyond the call of duty. The family also would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the Hatzoloh group of volunteers for being there, day and night, whenever needed.