Deceased Information


    Martin Milstein

    Mordechai ben Shai v Rose

  • AGE



    Thursday, November 30, 2017 (Before Sunset)


    Friday, December 01, 2017


    1:30 PM



    The family will sit shiva after Shabbat on Saturday and again on Sunday at the home of Charlene and Martin Milstein. Minyan at 7:00 pm.

    4432 Village Springs Dunwoody, Georgia 30338



    Marty Milstein passed away November 30, 2017. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Charlene Zimmerman Milstein; brother, Phil Milstein of Columbus, Ohio; his son, Jeff Milstein (Karen); daughter Missy Stein (Terry); and grandchildren: Jessica Alderson (Jesse), Rachel Stein, Andrew Stein, Kaden Milstein, and Kayla Milstein. He was preceded in death by his sister, Helen Pickett; and parents, Rose and Shy Milstein. Marty was a true salesman at heart, loved fondly by all those who knew him. His readiness with a joke, jovial laugh, and sparkling eyes will be warmly remembered. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Marty moved to Atlanta after his marriage to Charlene, working in the furniture industry for nearly forty years. His involvement at Congregation Shearith Israel during those years gave him a great sense of satisfaction. Marty was also a member of the Masonic Lodge and was a Deputized Sheriff of DeKalb County. Following his retirement, he began a second career as a volunteer for Temple Beth Tikvah and St. Joseph's Hospital Auxiliary. One of the highlights of his later life was receiving the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Auxiliary Board. His thousands of hours of service garnered him a wide community of friends from all walks of life. May his memory be for a blessing. Those wishing to memorialize Marty may do so with a contribution to Temple Beth Tikvah (Cantor's Discretionary Fund), Emory St. Joseph's Hospital Fund, or The Davis Academy.

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  • The Dressler Family

    May the memories of our loved ones remain for a blessing.

  • Terry & Fred Segal

    We are so sorry to learn of your dear father/father-in-law\'s passing. May you be comforted by the happy memories you shared and may his memory be for a blessing.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM

  • harry minsk

    I am so sorry to hear this news. I recall fondly my days on high haven and all the time we spent together.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM

  • Rita & Earl Kessler

    Charlene, We are so sorry to hear about Marty\\\'s passing. We are sending love and prayers your way. May his life and your fond memories be a comfort and blessing.

    December 05, 2017 , 07:57 AM

  • Phyllis Beck Kurtzman

    Charlene and family, Condolences on the death ofMarty. May he Rest In Peace.

    December 05, 2017 , 07:58 AM

  • Martha Jo Katz

    Charlene and family. Sending deepest sympathy on the loss of Marty. May good memories be of comfort and in your hearts forever.

    December 05, 2017 , 07:58 AM

  • Jerry Horwitz, Bev Soodak, and your Henry Grady High School Class of 1956

    Our deepest condolences on your loss. All of our hearts go out to you at this tragic time.

    December 05, 2017 , 07:58 AM

  • Alan and Iris Taussig

    Charlene: Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Marty will be greatly missed. Know that we are thinking of you all. With love, Alan and Iris Taussig

    December 05, 2017 , 07:59 AM