Deceased Information


    Phillip Shusterman

    Fishel Hershel ben Zelig

  • AGE



    Thursday, July 01, 2021 (Before Sunset)


    Monday, July 05, 2021


    10:00 AM




    Shiva will be held on Monday and Tuesday at the home of Phyllis Shusterman. Time TBA.

    3901 Locklear Way, Atlanta, GA 30360



    The funeral will be livestreamed via Zoom. Click HERE to view the funeral live.

    Meeting ID: 876 6245 4846
    Passcode: 788645

    Phillip Shusterman, devoted husband, father and grandfather, passed away on July 1, 2021 at the age of 82 in his home in Atlanta, Georgia. Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1939, Phil lost his father at a very young age and worked in his family’s business there until he moved his family to Atlanta in 1969, where he managed men’s clothing stores until he retired.

    In retirement, Phil enjoyed watching the Atlanta Braves and many different game shows. He was also active in the Atlanta Jewish bowling league.

    Phil was preceded in death by his parents Jack and Rose. He is survived by his wife Phyllis of 58 years; his sons Jeffrey (Dawna) and Michael (Min); his grandchildren Erica and Jacob; many nieces and nephews; and, his sister, Sandy Klain.


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  • The Dressler Family

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

  • Sophia

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  • Gurston and Barb Dacks

    Dear Phyllis, We are so very sorry to hear from Goldie that Phil has passed away. We didn’t have many opportunities to get to know Phil, but enjoyed chatting with him at the family occasions that brought us together. We hope that the support of family and friends will help you through this difficult time. With sympathy and love, Barb and Gurston

  • Craig Smolin

    My deepest condolences Phyllis. I have great memories of bowling with Phil. He always made me feel good about myself and had the ability to be relaxed no matter the situation. Phil was a great man that loved a great life. He will be truly missed by those who knew him.

  • Jonathan Doty

    I'm so sorry for you loss. Losing a father is something that always marks our lives but we have the joy of believing that our Lord has him in the palm of His merciful and loving hands. My most sincere affection and regards for all of the family members.

  • Joseph Bernstein

    Phyllis, My thoughts are with you as I think of the times in the Atlanta Jewish Bowling League.

  • Peter and Elaine Binnion

    It is with deep sadness that Elaine and I heard the news of Phillip's passing. Our sincere condolences to the Shusterman family.

  • Rona and Barry Seidel

    Dear Phyllis, This is very sad news and we send you our sincerest condolences. Phil was such a sweet man. May he rest in peace.

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