May G-d remember the soul of my departed loved one, who has gone on to his or her world, because, without making a vow, I shall give to charity on his or her behalf.  -The Yizkor Prayer

Moshe ben Shmiel
Feiga bas Shulem Yosef
Shulem Yosef ben Moshe
Shoshana Malka bas Shulem Yosef
Leah bas Moshe (Leah Israel)
Leah bas Feivel (Lenore Israel)
Levi ben Zalman (Louis Israel)
Zev ben Levi (Philip Israel)
Esther bas Moshe Gedaliyah
Esther bas Moshe (Esther Kodner)
Feivel ben David (Philip Kodner)
Aharon ben Yosef ha’Cohen
Ohalihav ben Yosef ha’Cohen
Simcha Bunim ben Binyamin ha’Cohen
Isser Chayim ben Avraham
Yente bat Shalom
Mordechai Yosef ben Avraham (Rabbi Mordechai Scher)
Elaine Schrager
Irving Schrager
Mildred Schrager
Eliot Goldings
Bernard Stein
Ruthie Stein
Rachel bat Chaim Tzvi haCohen (Ruth Katz Ovitsky)
Mordechai ben Moshe haLevi (Martin Ovitsky)
Emanuel Ascher (Emanuel ben Yakov)
Esther (Ganon) Ascher (Ester bat Miriam)
Asta Helena Lepinis (Sara bat Malka)

Join us for a special pre-Yom Kippur Yizkor & Neilah, Sunday, 9/27, 5:30pm.

Add Your Own Loved-Ones’ Names

Kol BeRamah offers a wonderful opportunity for performing this mitzvah.  By pledging now, in advance of the holiday, you can have your loved ones listed in our Virtual Yizkor Book.  Rabbi Kelman will recite the Yizkor Service, including a special memorial prayer for all those listed by name.