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    Amy Lee Elfersy

    Chaya bat Moshe v' Hanina

  • AGE



    Thursday, January 12, 2023 (Before Sunset)


    Friday, January 13, 2023


    11:30 AM




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    Topic: Amy Elfersy Funeral Service

    Time: Jan 13, 2023 11:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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    Amy Elfersy, 72, of Atlanta, Georgia, died peacefully in her home surrounded by her family on January 12, 2023. Amy is survived by her husband, Jacques; her son, Adrian Elfersy and his wife Marjorie; and her beloved grandchildren, Hudson, Anderson, and Grayson. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Congregation Ner Hamizrach, 1858 La Vista Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA, 30329.  A graveside funeral will be held at 11:30 AM on January 13th at Crest Lawn Memorial Park in Atlanta. Arrangements by Dressler’s, 770-451-4999. 

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  • Naomi Kincler

    Sending our deepest condolences to Jacques, Adrian and family. We are so sorry for your loss. Amy was such a loving person. She was always checking in on us and making sure we were well. I appreciated how she sent gifts for our children births and went out of her way to show she cared. May her memory be a blessing for the family and the entire community. Zichrona livracha

  • Lauren Azoulai

    Jacques, Adrian and Family, may you be comforted among the mourners of Zion and treasure your memories of Amy.

  • Chana and Sam Suss

    Dear Jacques and family, we are shocked and so saddened by the loss of Amy. Such a vibrant woman. I have known Amy for many years but what comes to mind is the wonderful trip we took together to New Zealand. Our thoughts are with you at this terrible time. Chana and Sam Suss

  • Daphna and Peter

    Dear Jacques and Adrian and Marjorie and family, Our deepest sympathy on the loss of a wife, mother and grandmother. We remember Amy as a thoughtful, cheerful and warm person. We have such good memories of her in our youth in Montreal, and later at family events. She will be greatly missed. With love, Daphna and Peter

  • Adelia & David Bensoussan

    Dearest Jacques and fanily, We are saddened by the loss of dear Amy - a woman full of life and joy . We enjoyed many meetings together in Atlanta , Montreal and Australia - always having fun and laughing . May you all be spared future sorrow and May Amy’s memory live on .BDE Sincères condoléances.Que les bons souvenirs servent de baume à la douleur de la perte d’Amy. Affectueusement, Adelia et David Bensoussan

  • Ariel Kincler

    Dearest Jacques and Adrian, My sincerest condolences on the passing of amazing Amy we all loved her dearly and will miss her very very much. May her memory be blessed forever. Rest in peace Amy. Ariel Naomi Evie and Alexander Kincler.

  • Ariel and Naomi Kincler

    What a terrible loss. Sending our deepest condolences to the family. Amy was such a wonderful women. Exactly 10 years ago she came to celebrate our wedding in Australia. And she was full of love and life. Sending all our love, Naomi and ariel Kincler

  • Jacob Kincler and Dida Berku and our family

    Dear Jacques, Adrian, Marjorie and family We are very saddened by the passing of Amy and share in your grief at this difficult time. We have known Amy and Jacques since our student days, for over 45 years. You couldn't ask for better friends. Amy was always interested in our family's well being. She never missed an opportunity to participate in our simchas, in person or remotely. She fought this terrible disease with much dignity and calmness. May her memory be a blessing to us all. Baruch Dayan Emet.

  • Arielle Knafo

    Dearest Amy, Hopefully Hashem has a way to let you know how saddened we are. Do you remember trekking through the snow to bring us a baby gift? Even the newsmen who interviewed you couldn't believe your dedication. Your smile and generosity are an inspiration to all. Your overt expression of your love for Jacques is exemplary - I strive to be a better wife to my husband thanks to you. You made a difference and I am grateful. xoxo

  • Audrey Galex

    I am deeply saddened to hear of Amy's death. She was a delight to be with, so much fun, and generous to a fault. She enthusiastically supported the abandoned mattress photo project, even hosting an exhibition and fundraiser for Initiative for Affordable Housing in early 2020 - not the usual thing for a jewelry store and art gallery, but that was Amy! The world is a better, kinder place for her having been in it!

  • Patti Cross

    Amy’s amazing joie de vivre, generous spirit and devotion to family inspired me. She was a caring, treasured friend. Grateful for her exuberance and her loving heart. All of our love and deepest sympathy to Jacques, Adrian, Marj and those precious grands.

  • Sheila Rotter

    What a shock to us. I so enjoyed her beautiful postings on facebook and thought of Amy often as I smiled while looking at them. Will miss her.

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