Helen Kahn Liberman passed away on November 28, 2019 at the age of 94. Mrs. Liberman was predeceased by her beloved husband, Leon. Helen is survived by her children, Bonita (Michael) Miller, David (Susan) Liberman, and Joseph (Ilene) Liberman, her grandchildren, Lena Robin Liberman, Jennifer (John) Schiazza, Lee (Keri) Liberman, Shanna (Steve) Nardone, Derek Liberman and Neil Liberman, her great grandchildren, Katelyn Emory Schiazza and Roen Alfonso Nardone, she is also survived by her brother Arnold (Miriam) Kahn and her sister Ruth Nathans, of Beverly, MA. Mrs. Liberman was predeceased by her brother Reuben Kahn and her parents Hyman and Lena Kahn.
Helen had attended Peabody Institute in Baltimore. She volunteered at the Jewish USO during World War II, where she met her beloved Leon. Helen was an avid reader and was a highly regarded sales associate in the book department at Stewart's Department Store for nearly twenty-five years. Customers appreciated her recommendations for books because she knew their tastes and interests and was well-versed on both past and current books. Helen paid great attention to the book reviews which appeared in national newspapers to be always current on new books. Her love of reading has been passed on to her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Helen was a talented writer and had several articles published in local newspapers and magazines and had even written an unpublished novel.
Helen worked in the antiques business for several years and was diligent in her research of antiques and collectibles. She loved finding about the origins, makers, and values of the antiques she found.
Helen Liberman followed national politics very closely and enjoyed talking about politics with others even up to the time of her passing. She looked forward to watching "Sixty Minutes" each week.
Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane on Sunday, December 1, at 11 am. Interment Workmen Circle Cemetery - German Hill Road.
Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Enoch Pratt Free Library, Department Of Institutional Advancement, 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 or American Cancer Society, 405 Williams Court, Suite 120, Baltimore, MD 21220 or the charity of your choice.
In mourning at 7941 Winterset Avenue, Pikesville, MD 21208, Sunday following interment with a service at 7pm, and on Monday and Tuesday from 12pm to 4pm and 6:30pm to 9pm, with services at 7pm each evening.