Deceased Information


    Edith Carola Silverstein

  • AGE



    Friday, April 22, 2022 (After Sunset)


    Wednesday, April 27, 2022


    3:00 PM




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Edith Silverstein

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  • The Dressler Family

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

  • Felice Margol

    So sorry to hear of your mother's passing. May all the good memories you have forever be held in your heart.

  • Frank E. Hart

    I have been most fortunate to know and love Edith and Reuben Silverstein. Their deep and constant love for each other and their families was always evident. They had an elastic framework for family, which included those non-blood members of humanity accepting a genuine mutual adoption pact with them. My wife, Mary Hart and I have been blessed to be in that number. What an extraordinary group, Edith! And until we meet again, Godspeed.

  • Mary Hart

    I am honored to have called Edith a dear friend. Her unflagging love of family, strong will and true grit have left an indelible mark on me and she will ever remain in my heart. I send my deepest and most sincere condolences to Sam, Renee and children and to Steven, Amy and girls, and to David and Renie.

  • Barbara Scheer-Eason

    To the Silverstein family, your mom and mine were friends in high school and through the years at the Temple. May her memory be for a blessing.

  • Barbara Scheer-Eason

    To the Silverstein family, your mom and mine were friends in high school and through the years at the Temple. May her memory be for a blessing.

  • Henry Schuster

    Dear Silversteins, Your mom was a gem. Always kind, always entertaining. A great friend to our parents and generous towards us kids. They hosted our engagement party, as well as one for Steve and Reva. Edith loved a party!

  • Deby Barber

    Aunt Edith was my favorite movie buddie. We would usually go to a movie after work. After the movie, Aunt Edith didn’t want to just go home. She loved to go out for dessert. We once went to see Atomic Blonde and during a particularly intense fight scene I said “Aunt Edith cover your eyes, this is going to be gross.” She said, “don’t worry the girls going to win”. She was a great movie date and a kind Aunt. I love you Aunt Edith.

  • Irene Aronin

    My Mom met Edith at Sunday school at the Temple. They remained close friends and lead the processional at my cousin’s daughter’s confirmation 50 years later. As a child, I remember swimming in the Silverstein’s pool on Briarcliff Rd. and attending my brother’s and Sam’s joint birthday parties. My condolences to Sheryl, Sam and Steve and your families.

  • Jerry Richman

    I met Edith, her late husband, and daughter when invited to Passover Seder as an Emory dental student!! I still remember the original Chagal panting on an eisel, in their foyer!! Over the next 45 years, I’ve seen Edith, around town, and at Temple Sinai, always with a particular affection, sharing life… Edith was a personal, caring woman and I am proud for her long life and expansive family? Jerry Richman

  • Reva Levin Schuster

    To Edith’s family, Such a dear friend to my in laws…Edith and Ruben hosted an incredible engagement party for us 44 years ago. Smart, vivacious and always smiling, she would always have some interesting stories, historical facts and political commentaries for discussion. Her memory is a blessing for those she touched.

  • Mimi Siegel

    I am very sorry to hear the sad news. Edith was a multi talented lady. My prayers are with the family. Mimisiegel

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