Andre Robert Berman
Andre Robert Berman, of Silver Spring, died on Feb. 14. He was the beloved husband of Jeanne (Zanger) Berman; loving brother of Steve (Charmaine), Laurent (Suzanne), Michel (Teresa), Richard and to 23 Zanger brothers-in-law and sisters-in law. Uncle Andre had 48 nieces and nephews whom he loved.
Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Services entrusted to Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care.
Ira M. Breiterman
Ira M. Breiterman, of Silver Spring, died on Feb. 10. He was the beloved husband of the late Judith, to whom he was married for 69 years; devoted father of Stuart (Wendy), Regina and Sima; loving brother of Charles Breiterman; adored grandfather of Michael, Adam (Keren) and Steven; and cherished great-grandfather of Ariana, Caleb, Talia and Ethan. He is also survived by Denise Vignoe, very special to the family; and cousins, nieces and nephews.
Ira was a member of the Jewish War Veterans and he received a Purple Heart for his service during World War II.
Donations can be made to Chabad of Silver Spring or a charity of choice. Services entrusted to Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care.
Kathryn Grossman, of Rockville and Silver Spring, died on Feb. 14. She was the daughter of the late Eleanor (Edward) Karger; beloved wife of the late Carl S. Grossman; and devoted mother of Robert (Bea) Grossman, William Coupon, Martin (Julie) Grossman and Karen (Jeffrey) Cohen. She is survived by nine grandchildren and many great grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to Chabad at the University of Texas, 2101 Nueces St., Austin, TX 78705. Services entrusted to Shomrei Neshama of Greater Washington.
Harriet G. Sloane
Harriet G. Sloane, of Germantown, died on Feb. 14. She was the wife of the late Stanley L. Sloane, and mother of Bob Sloane (Maddie Shevlin) and Ann Sloane. Sloane was devoted to her family and community. She was the former national chair and president of the United Jewish Appeal Women’s Division and board member of the American Joint Distribution Committee. Arrangements entrusted to Torchinsky Hebrew Funeral Home.
Lynne Pearl Loube Tatlock
Lynne Pearl Loube Tatlock (née Kaplan) died on Feb. 15. She was 78. She was the beloved wife of the late John Tatlock. She is survived by her children, Nancy, Frances and Daniel; her five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; her sister, Susan (Michael) Gross, and their children.
Lynne was a docent in the initial docent group at the Hirschhorn Museum. As her interests progressed to art jewelry and then fine jewelry, she earned two master of gemology degrees from GIA and the British Gemological Institute. She was a member of AIA and lectured on the provenance of historic jewelry. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jewish charity of choice. Services entrusted to Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care.
Irving Leon Torchinsky, of Silver Spring, died on Feb. 14. He was the beloved husband of the late Janet Zelda Sincoff Torchinsky; devoted father of Marilyn (Howard) Politzer, Linda (Chester) Katz, Susan (Elliott) Prissman, Sally Schtevie, Joyce Torchinsky, David (Laura) Torchinsky, Annette Torchinsky and Jay Torchinsky; loving zayde of Shirley Politzer, Lisa (Slava) Slavin, Gary Politzer, Joanna (Joshua) Rubin, Martin (Arielle) Katz, Bonnie Prissman, Annie Schtevie, Joseph Dekelbaum, Shira Torchinsky, Rina Torchinsky and Alexander Flum; cherished great-zayde of Carolina Politzer, Jacob and Sarah Slavin and Benjamin Rubin.
Contributions may be made to The Jewish Foundation for Group Homes, Shaare Tefila Congregation or a charity of choice. Arrangements entrusted to Torchinsky Hebrew Funeral Home.