Deceased Information


    Yvonne Teichman

  • AGE



    Sunday, October 30, 2022 (Before Sunset)


    Tuesday, November 01, 2022


    3:30 PM




    Meeting ID: 836 0949 2564

    Passcode: 759025


    Visitors are welcome to come to the Rappaport Home on Tuesday following the funeral service and that evening with the prayer service held at 7 PM.

    Wednesday visiting hours at Rappaport Home from 11 AM - 4 PM then an evening prayer service held at 7 PM.

    250 Hynes Landing NE, Marietta, GA 30067



    Yvonne Teichman, 100, wife of Murray Teichman, passed away peacefully in her sleep in the comfort of her home in Atlanta on October 30th.

    Born in 1922, the fourth of seven siblings, she was raised along with her 4 sisters and 2 brothers in Cairo Egypt, where she married and had her first child, Brenda. After being widowed, Yvonne emigrated to New York through Ellis Island in July 1951. Soon after she met and married Murray Teichman, adding two children to their family, Monique and Bruce. They built a beautiful life together for over 67 years, in Brooklyn and Long Island, retiring to Florida and then moving to Atlanta in 2009, to be with their children and grandchildren.

    Yvonne was not only fluent in 6 languages, but she was a skilled designer and seamstress to Egyptian royalty. Together with her oldest sister Helen, she continued her career in New York. Some years later, Yvonne devoted herself to being a wife, mother, and outstanding homemaker.

    Her artistic flair and eye for details were exhibited in her elegant style along with her passion for painting, needlepoint, cooking, baking, and of course designing clothing. Yvonne loved surrounding herself with friends and family. Family was the center of her universe. Her motto was to always be authentic and honest. Yvonne's joie de vivre was inexhaustible. Gifted with a keen and wicked sense of humor, she entertained all who were fortunate to meet her. Yvonne could be quite a force in her petite 5 ft frame. Her presence was like a tsunami wave. Everyone who knew her, genuinely loved her, and she was eager to let them know how much she loved them too.

    Yvonne’s recent dementia was no match for her and she didn't allow it to erase her essence. She often joked with her private caregivers sharing many belly laughs with them, and expressed her gratitude and love for them each day. We are ever indebted to Cynthia Price, Mimi Beaugris and Lornette Williams for the loving care they gave to Yvonne and our family over the past years.

    Yvonne was blessed to have shared her life of love and family with her loving, devoted companion and husband, Murray, who doted on her each moment of every day.

    Yvonne will be deeply missed. She is survived by her husband Murray Teichman; her three children Brenda Rappaport (Mark), Monique Joyce (Stephen), and Bruce Teichman (Dayna); Her grandchildren Jonathan Lorber (Rebecca), Amy Ilardi (Frank), Heidi Lipman (Paul), Ed Rappaport, Ethan and Harper Joyce, Camy, Zach and Nate Teichman, and her great grandchildren Jacob Iroff and Gia Ilardi, Brooke Rappaport, Craig Rappaport, Lily Rappaport, Sloan Lipman (Megan), and Betsy Lipman; as well as nineteen nieces and nephews and extended family. She was predeceased by her parents Meir and Camille Salama, sisters Helene Sasson, Fortune Levy, Nina Salama, Esther Jelinek, and brothers Victor Salama and Caesar Salama.

    In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association at

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  • Orrin Klopper

    Bruce, you and your family are in our thoughts during this time. Wishing you long life. Sending love Orrin, Brian, Henry and the Netsurit family

  • Linda Reyzis

    My beloved Tante Yvonne who’s smile and laughter will be missed. I will cherish every memory dearly from Bradley Beach to Lido Beach to Aventura Florida to finally residing in Atlanta. She was incredibly proud of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and had the love and companionship of my Uncle Murray who doted on her hand and foot and treated her like an Egyptian Queen. She loved everyone and on her 100th birthday she celebrated with us on zoom, it was a wonderful time. May she Rest In Peace. I love you tante

  • Judy Aspes

    Yvonne was a beautiful, wise, accomplished woman, who was the center of her family for all her days. So glad the whole family came together to celebrate her 100th birthday. They’ll be sharing stories about her for generations. My deepest condolences to the amazing family she created. May her memory be a blessing.

  • Lynn B Friedman

    Dear Mr. Teichman and family, Although I never knew her, just reading about the amazing Yvonne was a blessing. I love that she taught "always be authentic and honest". That is how I try to live my life as well. May the memories of all your joy together sustain you during this time of great loss. Lynn