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Obituary for Sidney Krumholz

Sidney Krumholz
KRUMHOLZ--Sidney,

died on October 4th following a tragic fall. He lived a full, vibrant, and engaged life, and had much more living ahead of him. Sid was born at home on the Lower East Side 99 years ago to Max and Bessie (Geller) Krumholz, his beloved parents. He was raised in the Kensington section of Brooklyn with sisters Fran and Claire and his aunt Emma, all of whom he deeply loved. Sid graduated Erasmus Hall High School. He served in the United States Army during World War II, including as a control tower operator in Sicily. He graduated Baruch College and had a fulfilling and very long career as a Certified Public Accountant. Sid married Doris Anson in 1949 and had a son, Dennis, born in 1952. He lived in Peter Cooper Village for 60 years. Once widowed, Sid survived his partner, Edith Selig. Sid was an adoring husband and father. He loved his daughter- in-law, Ellie, and was a doting grandfather to Abby (Grant) and Dani (Chester). He cherished his nieces Judy, Elissa, Margie, Ellen, and Janet, and his nephew Tadd. Sid gave of himself fully to his family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors. He retained his exuberance, sense of humor, and sharp mind until the very end. He leaves behind his grieving family and friends. Funeral Sunday noon at Manhattan Jewish Funeral Home, 43 Second Avenue, New York City. Shiva to follow immediately and on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Contributions to Stein Senior Center, 240 East 23rd St., 2nd Floor, NY, NY 10010.
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