The Family of Sylvia Stone
Nov 18, 2019 11:28 AM
We welcome you to share your memories with us and with those who visit here.
Steve & Kathy Walder
Aug 13, 2019 02:40 PM
Mark, Susie, Arnie, Helaine, Barry, Dagmar and all your children, I hope this time will remind you of all the wonderful times you shared with your Mom. May her memory be a blessing to you always. We send our love from Arizona.
Debbie and Gerald lichter
Aug 13, 2019 06:03 PM
We are so sorry for your loss
Natalee and Carl Balser
Aug 13, 2019 08:37 PM
Mark, Arnie, Barry and families, I am so saddened to hear that Sylvia has passed. I will never forget how wonderful it was to live next door to you all. Your folks were good friends with mine. I'll never forget being in your swimming pool with our moms and sunbathing in our yards together. This year marks 20 years since my mom died, and, my memories of her, over the years went from making me cry to bringing me smiles. I know your memories of Sylvia will bring you joy as time passes. Sending our love.
Aug 13, 2019 09:11 PM
Dear Mark, Susie, Ryan and Ari. Please know my heart is with you on the loss of your Mother and Bubbie. I know you have wonderful memories of her and that is something you will always have. Love, Joycie and Max
Jane and Allan Kaufman
Aug 14, 2019 06:04 AM
We are so sorry to hear that your mom has passed. We have such fond memories of Starbrook Road and Winands Shul. She was good friends with both our moms, Arlene and Vivian. As time passes, you will always remember all the good times with your parents. Take care
Iris Garfield Hubert
Aug 14, 2019 07:53 AM
Dear Mark, Arnie and Barry,
So very sorry to hear about Aunt Sylvia. She was a kind, wonderful woman. She will be in my heart forever.
Marilyn and Jules Galinn Delray Beach, Florida
Aug 14, 2019 08:52 AM
Hearing of the passing of my beloved Aunt Sylvia is a shock because my Aunt was invincible. I moved from North Carolina to Baltimore in the late 60’s and lived On Starbrook Drive with my Aunt, Ucle Si, and cousins Mark, Arnie, and Barry. Such a fun time and lasting memories. My parents did not keep Kosher, so living with the Stone Family was an Education. Helping with dishes was a huge experience, as I was the one drying and Aunt Syl kept a watchful eye on me........she had to stop what she was doing as I heard her...” no, no, that’s the dairy dish, or no no, that’s the meat utensil.....depending on what was for dinner....finally she took over and I was in charge of washing ...even though there was a dishwasher. Going shopping or just doing girlie things, people thought we were mom and daughter with our red hair. She became my best advisor. I could ask her advice and she gave me answers I sometimes did not want to hear..knowing she was absolutely correct. Holidays were the best.....as the years went by and families grew, the table stretched from the dining room to the living room....moving all the furniture. These memories of sitting at the end were the best.....Uncle Si’s reading page by page of the Seder Book, the end group quietly, definitely not paying attention. Aunt Sylvia’s famous Bub Juice( grape juice with fruit mixed in) was the best. .....Aunt Sylvia always attended the Bar and Bat Mitzvahs of the children of my brother and wife who lived in St. Louis. She and I would go shopping for the dance and were the best dancers . Once on the flight to St. Louis, my mom, Aunt Sylvia and I sat together. Aunt Sylvia and mom were great at doing the Alley Cat so during the flight I sat in the middle and the two sisters hummed the tune of the Alley Cat teaching me the steps. Even the stewardess got in to the action. Once Aunt Sylvia and Uncle Si moved to Florida, of course the holiday dinners stopped....no one could make a brisket or conduct a holiday dinner as my Aunt Syl and Uncle Si. Although one Passover, after my husband and I moved to Florida, Aunt Syl prepared a Sedar at their new condo. Susie and Mark, my parents, me and my husband were listening sorta and trying to remain quiet, but as in the past we were quietly catching up with one another. Aunt Syl gave me the job of slicing the turkey while every one ate chopped liver...not my fav. I searched for the electric knife and Aunt Syl said no one slices a turkey with electric, and gave me a super sharp knife...well you Never ever give me a knife to cut with.....the best way to get out of helping in the kitchen is to cut your finger and interrupting the appetizers.....off to the hospital I went, leaving the rest for my cousin Susie. Susie, you and Marks caring for your mom is to be praised. You were her daughter in law that took over in the assisted facility she lived in. You and Mark helped her with whatever she needed. You arranged for all of us to get together for lunches so Aunt Syl could be with everyone. We came from all over....Delray Beach, Ormond Beach,
Thanksgiving and Holidays Aunt Syl had her children and grandchildren come to be with her. Mark and Susie, Ryan and Sivonne and children, Ari, Arnie and Helaine, Mickey, Shannon and family, Barry and Dagmar and children.......Aunt Syl was happiest being with her family. Her children, grand children and great grandchildren......
I will cherish the memories, photos, of my dear Aunt......Fly High because now you are with your beloved husband Simon and sisters. You were the best Aunt anyone could ask for. Thank you for being there when I needed you the most. Rest peacefully. You are in my heart ❤️ forever and I will cherish my memories.
Evelyn and Gary Brager
Aug 14, 2019 09:49 AM
Susie and Mark, we are so sad to hear about your Mom. You were loving, attentive and caring and she was blessed to have had you, your children and grandchildren and the rest of her entire family, in her life. Our thoughts and prayers are wih you at this difficult time! We send our love!
Ilene and Bruce Lessans
Aug 14, 2019 10:03 AM
The Stone Family,
We'd like to extend our sincere condolences to you on the loss of your mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Bruce was a dormmate of Mark's at Maryland (1967-69).
Betty & Barry Steller
Aug 14, 2019 10:03 AM
Dear Susie, Mark and Family
Barry and I were so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. May your wonderful memories sustain you at this very sad time.
Aug 14, 2019 10:59 AM
So sorry for the loss of your mother. May her memory be for a blessing .
Aug 14, 2019 11:06 AM
I have fond memories of Sylvia and Si from Winands Rd. Sng. days, they were part of our "family". It is a comfort that they finally are together; may they rest in peace together. with deepest sympathy.
Aug 14, 2019 01:57 PM
I'm sorry about your loss.
Steve and Barb Arbesman
Aug 14, 2019 02:37 PM
We express our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved, Sylvia. We had the privilege of knowing both her and her beloved husband, Si, from The Winands Road Synagogue. May her memory be a blessing to all.
Paul and iris Rudman
Aug 14, 2019 03:03 PM
So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing.
Aug 14, 2019 11:27 PM
Arnie, Helaine, Mark, Susie, Barry and Dagmar and extended families we r so sorry for the loss your beloved Mother, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother. May u cherish the wonderful memories.
Anita and Michael Goldstein
Aug 16, 2019 10:17 AM
One of the nicest I ever knew. Both of them, I still miss Si. We will fondly remember them. Sylvia was a gentle sweet woman and great wife.
Sue and Merv Hurwitz
Aug 16, 2019 10:53 AM
We are very sorry for your loss. May she Rest In Peace.
Aug 16, 2019 01:29 PM
Mark and Susie, I am sorry to hear about the passing of Mark’s mother. My sincere condolences to your entire family. May her memory be for a blessing.
Amy and Mark Cavalier
Aug 18, 2019 10:14 PM
Our hearts go out to all of you at this difficult time. Praying your wonderful memories will ease you pain. Love, Amy and Mark