Deceased Information


    Bruce (Bud) Bradley Feiman

    Baruch Beryl

  • AGE



    Monday, September 06, 2021 (After Sunset)


    Friday, September 10, 2021


    2:00 PM





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    Bruce Bradley (Bud) Feiman passed away peacefully at his home in Atlanta on Monday,
    September 6. He was born on May 9, 1930 to Anne Miller and Alle Feiman in Milwaukee,
    Wisconsin. He attended the University of Wisconsin, earning a BBA in 1952. After basic training
    in the army, he was stationed in Germany during the Cold War. Upon returning home in 1954,
    he entered the Junior Executive Training program with Gimble’s Department Store in
    Milwaukee. In 1957, he married Bea Hirsch of Atlanta. After living in Milwaukee for six months,
    Bud was invited by Morris Hirsch, his father-in-law, to join Hirsch’s men’s clothing stores, the
    oldest retail business in Atlanta at the time. With the opening of the Lenox Square store in
    1959, Hirsch’s expanded to seven stores. With the passing of Morris Hirsch, Bud became the
    President of Hirsch’s, representing the 4th generation in the business. Bud also served the
    menswear industry at the national level as a board member of the Menswear Retailers of
    America, the American Institute of Men and Boy’s Wear, and the National Association of Men’s
    Sportswear Buyers, which at the time provided the largest buying market for men’s wear in the
    country. Civic minded, Bud worked on the first two Forward Atlanta campaigns, and
    participated in Leadership Atlanta. He was a member of and became president of both the
    American Business Club (AMBUC) and the Whitehead Boy’s Club of Atlanta. When the boards of
    all clubs combined as the Fulton County Boys and Girls Clubs, he joined that board and served
    the total organization for over 50 years. He was also a 62-year member of The Temple on
    Peachtree Street. He and his wife, Bea, served as co-directors of the Zaban Paradies Center for
    Homeless Couples. Bud loved to travel; he was a prolific reader and a history buff with a keen
    interest in Atlanta history. He was well known and loved for his famous “clipping service,”
    scouring the Atlanta Journal Constitution for articles that would be appreciated by family and
    friends. But above all, Bud loved his family. He was an adoring husband, father and
    grandfather. Bud is survived by his wife of 64 years, Bea Hirsch Feiman, two sons, Bradley
    Hirsch Feiman (Arden) and Alan Bruce Feiman (Lynn) and five grandchildren, Ellie, Courtney
    Beard (Jordan), M.E., David and Ginna Miller (Zach). A graveside service will be held on Friday,
    September 10 at 2 p.m. at Arlington Memorial Park in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Please refer to for a livestream link and to sign the online guestbook. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Temple, the Fulton County Boys and Girls Club, The Jewish
    Educational Loan Fund, or a charity of your choice. Arrangements by Dressler's, 770-451-4999.


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  • The Dressler Family

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

  • Judy and Kevin Wolman

    We will greatly miss Bud’s warm, gentle presence and big smile. He made the world a better place. Judy and Kevin Wolman

  • Marc

    Praying God's strength and peace.

  • Gail Land Derdeyn

    I will miss Bud's great presence at the Benson Center. He was always a sparkling wit.

  • Carol and Bob Nemo

    Dear Bea, Bob and I were very saddened to hear of your dear Bud's death. He was a man of kindness and always had a big smile whenever we saw him. May good memories help to sustain you through this difficult time and may his memory be for blessing.

  • Joanne Lipshutz

    I am sorry to hear of the passing of Bud. I have many positive memories of him. Wishing you many pleasant memories.

  • Penson & Claudia Kaminsky

    We are sad to learn of Bud's passing. I always enjoyed doing business with him. He will be missed!

  • Dianne Fries

    Bea, I am so sorry to hear about Bud's passing. My prayers and with you and your family. I hope all the wonderful memories you have over your 64 years together will give you some peace and strength.

  • Karla Podurgiel

    I am sorry for your loss. Sending the family prayers, love and hugs. Karla Podurgiel

  • Jan Rice

    From 2010-2012, Bud was Bea's backup host for our Finding God study study group, started after an adult ed Tamid class of the same name at The Temple. I remember especially his dry wit. (I also still remember the books the group read!) I am so sad to read this morning of Bud's loss.

  • Lew and Phyllis Kravitz

    So very sorry to learn of Bud's passing. We send our heartfelt condolences to Bea and all the family. Lew and Phyllis

  • Carole Julian

    I can’t tell you how saddened I am by the news of Bud’s death. He and Bea are the most wonderful friends Van and I have ever had and I will so miss his monthly phone calls to keep in touch.

  • Larry Kaminsky

    Our family did business for years with Bud, always finding him to be a man of honor and integrity. We continued with our companies throughout the decades under H.R. Kaminsky & Sons, Inc. and Male Slacks 'n Jeans (HK Corp) His good memory will be held high...

  • Paul Posner Social Circle, Ga.

    Bea and family I am sorry to hear about Bud's death. He and my father was real close, when he came to Hirsch's Men's Store. I got to meet him at that time. I thought a lot of him.

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