Deceased Information

  • DECEASED

    Sidney Stein

  • AGE

    93

  • DATE OF DEATH

    Tuesday, December 05, 2017 (Before Sunset)

  • DATE OF FUNERAL

    Thursday, December 07, 2017

  • TIME OF FUNERAL

    3:00 PM

  • PLACE OF FUNERAL

  • PLACE OF BURIAL

    Greenwood Cemetery

  • SHIVA INFORMATION

    4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Thursday with a 7:00 PM minyan, 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM Sunday with a 7:00 PM minyan, all at the home of Sara and Lance Borochoff. Please note the Saturday Shiva times have been cancelled due to the icy weather and the family\'s concerns for the safety of their guests

    145 Devonwood Dr. Sandy Springs, GA 30328

  • DONATIONS

  • OBITUARY

    Sidney Stein passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. He was the fourth child born to Ben and Sarah Edelson Stein on October 11, 1924. He was predeceased by his siblings: David (Gloria z’l) Stein, Terri (Will z’l) Michael, Edythe (Marty z’l) Steiner, and Frances (Artie z’l) Robbins. Sidney had a wonderful life and enjoyed being around his family and friends. He was always engaged in the world around him and constantly wanted to know what was going on. He was a graduate of Emory University in 1948 and was proud of his education. He stood out at graduation because he wore a yellow shirt and everyone else had a white shirt. From that point on, Eunice, his wife, always made sure he was dressed right. Sidney served in WWII as a tail gunner on a B-24 aircraft and flew on 35 missions in Europe. Sidney owned and operated S & F Beverage for 30 years. He enjoyed his participation and time at his shul, Congregation Shearith Israel, especially attending daily minyan services. Sidney made many friends and maintained his relationships with his old-time buddies. He also delivered meals for “Meals on Wheels” where he always had stories to tell. He was an active participant in the Jewish War Veterans, where he and Eunice sold Poppies to raise money. Eunice kept him busy and he often said “he never knew how he had time to work.” Sidney is survived by his loving and special wife Eunice Feldman Stein; children: Donnie (Patty) Stein, Stanley (Judy) Stein, and Sara (Lance) Borochoff; grandchildren: Jennifer (Michael) Kahan, Joshua (Dana) Stein, Benjamin (Nadine) Stein, Emily (Neil) Halpern, Elise (David) Baumgarten, and Daniel Borochoff; and nine great-grandchildren; and numerous adoring nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held 3:00 PM Thursday, December 7, 2017 at Greenwood Cemetery, with Rabbi Ari Kaiman officiating. Memorial donations may be made to Frieda’s Fund at Congregation Shearith Israel. Arrangements by Dressler’s Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999.

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  • The Dressler Family

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

  • Howard Zandman

    Sidney was a dependable minyanaire until the move to the Tower. Will always remember his kind words.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Stella Tarica Gordon

    Mrs. Stein, Sara, Stanley, and Donnie, I am so sorry to hear this. I remember Mr. Stein so fondly. He always made me feel special. I remember the cozy den where we would sit and chat as if it was yesterday.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Pat and Jack Balser

    One of the nicest guys ever. He will be missed. Love toEdith and family

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Pat and Jack Balser

    One of the nicest guys ever. He will be missed. Love toEdith and family

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Pat and Jack Balser

    One of the nicest guys ever. He will be missed. Love toEdith and family

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Pat and Jack Balser

    One of the nicest guys ever. He will be missed. Love toEdith and family

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Pat and Jack Balser

    One of the nicest guys ever. He will be missed. Love toEdith and family

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Pat and Jack Balser

    One of the nicest guys ever. He will be missed. Love toEdith and family

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Mark & Chris Rivkin

    Donnie and Patty, we are so sorry to hear of your father\'s passing - and it\'s especially sad to lose another of our Greatest Generation. Please know your old friends are thinking of you and your family during this very difficult time.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Ann and Max Olim

    Dear Eunice and family, we enjoyed getting to know Sidney and the entire Family at the Jewish Home rehab. Our Condolences and thoughts are with you.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Frances Newman

    Dear Stanley and Family So sorry for yalls loss I remember when I worked for Stanley several yrs ago Mr Stein would come into the office and he was a very nice man May He RIP Frances Newman

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Dottie

    My prayers are with the Stein family and know that we will be here for you Eunice. Will miss you Sidney sorry we didn\'t get to do the Peachtree race together.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Ed Gruber

    Sid got me started speaking to senior and veterans groups and was my number one fan. Little did he that I was his number one fan; appreciating the gentleman that he was, his dedication to his family and his fellow military brothers and sisters, and his patriotism. He was more than a hero... he was a mensch. I will be among the many who will miss him.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Helen & Michael Arnoldi

    Eunice and family, our heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your dear husband and father. Sidney was such a kind, sweet and caring man that was loved by many and will be greatly missed.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Isabelle Maslia

    I have know Sidney for many years and was delighted when he and Eunice came to live at the Jewish Towers. He always had a kind word to say and a smile on his face. SIDNEY WE WILL MISS YOU.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Eileen and Milton Silberstein

    We are so sorry to hear about your dad. You are lucky to have so many warm and special memories. May his name be for a blessing.

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM


  • Linda and Abram Estroff

    Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time . Sidney was such a sweet , kind , and thoughtful man with his warm welcoming smile . We were all very lucky to have him in our lives . Our Love , Linda and Abram Estroff and Family

    November 30, -0001 , 12:00 AM