Feb. 17, 2011 Freehold Monmouth County New Jersey, USA
Abram Belz, died Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011, at CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township. Abram was born in Poland and was a Holocaust Survivor. He immigrated to the United States in 1950, and lived in Minneapolis, Denver, Brooklyn, and since 1996, in Freehold. He lived in Brooklyn for many years, and after working as a tailor, he opened his own business, Belz Tailoring and Cleaning in Brooklyn.
He was predeceased by his beloved wi fe of 36 years, Marilyn (1996), and survived by his son and his wife, Eddie and Lori of Newton, Mass.; daughter, Michelle Katz and her husband Harry of Freehold; cousin, Yaacov Blumstein of Israel; and grandchildren, Sara, Jessica, Melanie, Emily, Talia, and Sivia, to cherish his memory.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 18 at Belkoff Goldstein Funeral Chapel, 313 Second St., Lakewood. Interment to follow at Beth Israel Cemetery, Woodbridge. Donations to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, Washington, DC 20024, in his memory will be greatly appreciated.
Published in Asbury Park Press on February 18, 2011.
---------------------------------------- God full of mercy who dwells on high Grant perfect rest on the wings of Your Divine Presence In the lofty heights of the holy and pure who shine as the brightness of the heavens to the soul of Abram who has gone to his eternal rest as all his family and friends pray for the elevation of his soul. His resting place shall be in the Garden of Eden. Therefore, the Master of mercy will care for him under the protection of His wings for all time And bind his soul in the bond of everlasting life. God is his inheritance and he will rest in peace and let us say Amen.
El maley rachamim shochen bam'romim hamtzey menuchah nechonah al kanfey haschechinah bema'alot kedoshim ute'horim kezohar harakia me'irim umazhirim lenishmat
shehalach le'olamo ba'avur shekol beney hamishpachah, yedidim umakirim mitpalelim le'iluy nishmato began eden tehey menuchato lachen ba'al harachamim yastireyhu beseter kenafav le'olamim veyitzror bitzror hachayim et nismato Adonai hu nachalato Veyanuach beshalom al mishkavo Venomar amen.