Deceased Information


    Dorothy Luber

    Chaya D’vorah bat Zalman v’ Dovi

  • AGE



    Saturday, December 31, 2022 (Before Sunset)


    Tuesday, January 03, 2023


    11:00 AM





    Dorothy Cohn Luber passed away on December 31, 2022 at the age of 86. She was surrounded by loved ones as she lost her battle with breast cancer. Dorothy grew up in Columbus, Georgia and was the eldest child of Della and Sol Cohn. Dorothy was preceded in death by her loving husband of almost 55 years, Max Luber and by her son, Michael. She is survived by her children – Nanci and Ken Goussak and Sally Levinson; her grandchildren and joys of her life - Jason Goussak, Ashley Goussak, Al Levinson, Meghan McNabb, Noah Levinson and Gabriella Luber; her siblings - Celia and Murray Solomon and Sheryl and Alan Cohn as well as many nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, all of whom loved their “Aunt Dot” dearly. After attending the University of Georgia, she moved to New York, where she met Max. During their marriage, they lived in various states including New Jersey, California, Nevada, Arizona, Maryland and Ohio, where Dorothy worked as an Executive Secretary. She and Max retired to Atlanta where Dorothy has lived the past twenty-five years. Her smile, warmth and genuine kindness were her trademark that endeared her to all. Dorothy always had friends and long-lasting friendships wherever she lived. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Susan G. Komen Foundation, or Shearith Israel Synagogue in Columbus, GA. The funeral will be held at 11 am, on Tuesday, January 3, at Riverdale Cemetery in Columbus, GA.  Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999

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  • Susan Withers

    Dorothy was a wonderful friend here at the Jewish towers we always had a good time together and shared many laughs with especially when I showed off my kiddish skills I will miss her. Rest In Peace my dear friend

  • John Schwartz

    My aunt Dorothy and myself shared many moments together on the phone and such a pleasure to talk to her. she always always there with a kind word and to talk about family. I'm really going to miss her

  • Sandy Cohn and Ruth Gershon

    Celia and Alan: we are so sorry for your loss of your sister. Even though she was older than me (Sandy), I do remember her especially at your parents home down the street from ours.

  • Jon & Jackie Fillerup

    We feel so blessed to have known Dorothy. We remember her beautiful smile, and the joy she radiated. We send our love, and sincere condolences.

  • Yvonne Angarola

    Our family was blessed know Dorothy for more than 30 years. We have many memories of times spent with her and her family! You will be missed but remembered.

  • Shirley Zaner

    Dorothy and Max were two of the people I met when I moved into the Jewish Tower. Dorothy was always so warm and kind and I will remember how nice she was to me.

  • Richard Walker

    Sincere condolences to all Dorothy's family on your loss. I have so many fond memories of the wonderful times spent with Max and Dorothy.

  • Warren Abrahams & Fern Schorr

    Dorothy was a wonderful person with a warm smile and friendly greeting to all she met. Last summer, 4 of us took a ride over to Norcross for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Celebration. We listened to Beatles music and dined on fish and chips. Dorothy had a marvelous outing. May her name be for a blessing.

  • Ramon and Jody Franco

    Our sincerest condolences to Celia and Murray and Alan and Sheryl. Dorothy was a lovely person.

  • Jackie Garrett

    Dorothy was a wonderful lady and will be missed by all her friends at The Jewish Tower. I truly enjoyed knowing her, Max and their furbaby, Peaches.