Deceased Information


    Michael Exelbert

  • AGE



    Thursday, April 28, 2022 (Before Sunset)


    Friday, April 29, 2022


    11:30 AM






    Michael Exelbert, 73, of Sandy Springs, Georgia passed away on Thursday, April 28, 2022. Beloved husband of Arlene Exerbert, loving father of Eric Exelbert, Janet Exelbert, Ian Exelbert, Brian Exelbert and Matthew Rosenkoff. The family requests donations in memory of Michael Exelbert to the Charity of Your Choice. Graveside Service will beheld Friday, April 29, 2022 at 11:30 am at Lakeside Memorial Park, 10301 NW 25th Street, Doral, Florida. Arrangements by Levitt-Weinstein Blasberg-Rubin-Zilbert Memorial Chapel (305) 932-2700


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  • Steve Gilmer

    So very sorry to hear of Mike`s passing , he was a real mench, saw him and Arlene before Passover, only good things for you and your families

  • Janice Perlis Ellin

    Arlene and family, saddened to hear the news about Mike. An incredible mensch in word and deed. I know he played an integral part in B’nai Torah’s expansion. May his memory be for a blessing. Baruch Dayan ha emet

  • Peggy Perling

    Arlene, so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. My condolences to you and the family. He was a wonderful friend , a wonderful man. He will be missed.

  • Roz Winston

    I am shocked and saddened that Mike is no longer here. We had a wonderful visit in person just days before Passover and I shall remember his optimistic view on life. He has been a great friend and I enjoyed our visits before covid at the kiddushes B'nai Torah. I hope the entire family will remember the many joys you gave him. He will be missed by the family and the many people that called him a friend. You added so much to our lives and I am thankful for your guidance of adding PAS to my life. May your memory always be for a blessing.

  • Rochelle & Marshall Baltuch

    We are saddened by the news of Mike’s passing. May the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. May Mike’s memory always be for a blessing?

  • Shelley (Covin) Milakofsky

    So saddened to hear the unexpected news of the passing of long-time friend, Michael. From years and years ago at Beth David in Miami, I remember Mike’s playing a role in shul-business, and have been so pleased to refresh our friendship in the pews at Bnai Torah so many lifetimes later. Will miss his presence but cherish the memories. ???

  • Randy Farrow

    So sorry to hear this news. I have such fond memories of Mike. May his memory always be a source of comfort to the entire family

  • Scott and Shelley Kaplan

    Michael Exelbert has been a dear and trusted friend of the Kaplan family for many years, having first met him at a United Synagogue convention in Miami Florida wherein he proved his outstanding leadership skills by serving on several panels dealing with identifying, recruiting and maintaining synagogue leadership. He was an enthusiastic and avid supporter of Conservative Judaism in all of its aspects and rose to regional and national positions of leadership by earning the respect and admiration of all around him. Michael was in every respect a “Shul Jew” and during his entire adult life, advocated and promoted the concept that “the synagogue is the central address of the Jewish people”. His memory will serve as an eternal blessing to all who were honored and privileged to know and love him.