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    Burton Gershon

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    Saturday, May 07, 2022 (Before Sunset)


    Tuesday, May 10, 2022


    2:00 PM




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    Greenwood Cemetery


    Immediately following the funeral at Ahavath Achim synagogue.


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    Burton Hyman Gershon, 101, of Dunwoody, passed away peacefully in his sleep in hospice care, May 7, 2022. Born in Atlanta, July 12, 1920, he lived his life in the Atlanta area. He graduated Boys High in 1938. Upon 1942 graduation from UGA with a business degree, Burton enlisted in the Navy, Officer Training in Chicago for the WW 11 war effort & served in the South Pacific. After the war, he and his bride, Muriel, a Chicago native, settled in his home town. Burton worked as an accountant and became a CPA in 1950 & worked as such until his retirement in 2014. He loved golf & played well into his 90's still shooting many games into the 80's. Burton was preceded in death by wife of almost 70 years, Muriel Gershon; parents Rebecca and Oscar Gershon; sister, Francis Gershon Groont, Ft. Lauderdale; sister, Judy Gershon Smith, Atlanta; brother, Charles Gershon, Atlanta; brother, Sylvan Gershon, Atlanta. Survived by sister, Marian Gershon Radwin of Birmingham; son, Jeff Gershon of Atlanta; daughter, Cathy Gershon of Atlanta; grandson, Andrew Gershon of NYC and many cousins, great cousins, and dear friends. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 PM today, Tuesday, May 10th at Greenwood Cemetery. Shiva will follow at Ahavath Achim Synagogue. Donations to local "feed the hungry" programs or charity of your choice. No flowers please. 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.

  • Marshall and Vicki Lichtenstein

    So sorry to hear about Burt's passing. We had begun to think he would just live forever. His presence will be missed and he will always be loved by us and his many mishpachah.

  • Rosie Kamman

    It was my pleasure to get to know and care for Mr. Gershon these last few months as he was nearing the end of his last chapter in this great book of life. Burt, as he liked to be called, had so many friends at Brighton Gardens. He spoke lovingly of his family especially his sister and niece, daughter, son but especially his grandson. Burts heart burst with pride whenever he talked about his grandson. Burts recounting last years birthday meal at Bones’s with him was a total delight. Mr. Gershon is a kind warm soul. He faced his mortality with great spiritual strength and wisdom. Rest peacefully my friend. To his family, please accept my condolences. Rosie Kamman, Weinstein Hospice