Deceased Information


    Dolores Barkin Arnovitz

  • AGE



    Monday, February 27, 2023 (Before Sunset)


    Wednesday, March 01, 2023


    2:00 PM




    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 826 8281 2215

    Passcode: 757146

    Find your local number:


    Greenwood Cemetery


    Wednesday 1 March

    14:00 funeral - Greenwood

    16:00 after funeral dinner - no visitors

    18:20 Mincha/Maariv

    21:00 End of shiva

    Thursday 2 March

    07:30 Shaharit

    12:00 Lunch - no visitors

    14:00 Visitors

    17:00 Dinner - no visitors

    18:20 Mincha/Maariv

    21:00 End of shiva

    Friday 3 March

    07:30 Shaharit

    12:00 Lunch - no visitors

    13:00 Visitors

    15:00 End of shiva

    Saturday 4 March

    Before 19:30: no visitors

    19:30 Visitors

    22:00 End of shiva

    Sunday 5 March

    08:00 Shaharit

    12:00 Break - no visitors

    14:00 Visitors

    17:00 Dinner - no visitors

    18:20 mincha/maariv

    21:00 End of shiva

    Monday 6 March

    07:30 Shahrit

    12:00 Lunch - no visitors

    14:00 Visitors

    17:00 End of shiva

    To participate in shiva meals, please contact Mindy Cinnamon, (404) 550-1954 or Jill Ovadia (404) 272-6100.

    1336 Kittredge Court, Atlanta, GA



    Dolores Barkin Arnovitz passed away peacefully on Monday, surrounded by her loving family. She attended the University of Alabama and was involved in many charitable causes, including volunteer work reading to the blind and driving physically challenged children to their activities. She received a nursing degree, worked for ten years at the ENT clinic at Emory, and was a volunteer nurse at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Camp Barney Medintz. She is survived by her husband of 68 years Harold Arnovitz, her children David Arnovitz (Andi) of Jerusalem and Karen Grinzaid (Jimmy) and Lisa Marks (Sam) of Atlanta, and her grandchildren and great-grandchildren Ariel and Noam Markose, Adin, Shaked, Lielle, and Tair of Jerusalem, Hannah and Arie Gellman, Geffen, Lavi, and Nitzan of Tal Shachar, Dena and Ziv Halsband, Oz and Eden of Carmei Gat, Gabi and Noa Arnovitz of Tel Aviv, Zevi Arnovitz and his fiancée Tamar Katz of Tel Aviv, Dr. Ben and Rosie Grinzaid and Noah of Atlanta, Danielle and Jared Samuels of Atlanta, Joshua Belinky of Los Angeles, Rebecca Belinky of New York, and Jacob and Yifat Belinky of Tel Aviv, and her sister Temme Barkin Leeds (Steve) of Atlanta.  The funeral will be held on Wednesday, March 1 at 2pm at Greenwood Cemetery, 1173 Cascade Circle SW, Atlanta. Shiva will be at the Marks home, 1336 Kittredge Court, Atlanta, Shacharit 7:30am, Mincha/Maariv 6:15pm, no visitors 12-2pm, 5-6pm, or after 9pm. Contributions may be made to Ohr HaTorah Synagogue, Atlanta Jewish Academy, JScreen, The Weber School, or Ahavath Achim Synagogue. May her memory be for a blessing.


Please click here for a printer friendly version.

  • Donna Rothstein

    Mrs. Arnovitz was a kind, caring, thoughtful, and compassionate neighbor always with a smile on her face. Please know our thoughts are with you. Donna Rothstein

  • Dana Scott

    It is a always hard to loose someone like Delores. A true southern woman who was so kind to me from the first time we met. She will missed. May she be remembered as a blessing. If Noel and Joanne were still here they would express their condolences as well.

  • Jody Steinberg

    So sorry for your loss; May her memory be a blessing to her many children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

  • gladys hirsch

    so sorry to hear about your loss i have known ' do do ' Deloris when i first moved to atlanta she was such a special kind warm person my thoughts are with you at this sad time

  • Alisa Haber

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Sending love to Harold, Lisa and Sam and all of the family near and far. My heart is with you.

  • Kevin and Lisajane Romer

    Dear Arnovitz and Grinzaid family , wishing strength and love at this difficult time

  • Lynn B Friedman

    May all of you find consolation in your many memories of a truly remarkable woman whose smile lit up every room she entered. With affection, Lynn

  • Fred and Vicki Steine

    Dear Mr. Arnovitz, David, Karen, and Lisa, We are so sorry for your loss. We are keeping you in our prayers.

  • Miriam Strickman Levitas

    May the beautiful Memory of Delores Always Be For A Blessing

  • Barbara Frank Katz

    So very sorry to hear of Dolores' passing. I remember her well as our neighbor on Kittredge Court.

  • Scott Feld

    Karen, I'm so sorry for your loss. May your mom's memory be a blessing.

  • Rise Arkin

    I am so sorry for your loss. I feel very grateful to have known Delores as your whole family became my family, too, because of Rosie and Ben. I have fond memories of talking with Delores each time I came to Shabbat dinner. Sending much love to all of you.

  • Sylvia Friedman

    Dear Harold and family, it is with deep sadness to hear this. Although it has been many years since we have seen one another, I remember Dolores fondly. My deepest sympathy to you all.

  • Sandy and Dave Abrams

    Dear Harold and famiy, Sending our heartfelt love and condolences. Dolores was truly a lovely,kind beautiful lady that always made us feel special. Her memory will be forever in the hearts of those she touched .

  • Mimi Umstead

    Dolores and I go way way back, to before David was moving to Israel with his family. I assisted her with exercise for years and enjoyed our conversations weekly over decades. We talked of children, grandchildren, health, politics, and the world. She loved her family and all the grandkids and great grandchildren. She was one of a kind and a part of my life for decades. Thinking of Harold, Karen, Lisa, David, and all the family.

  • Bruce Walkes

    I did not know Dolores but I have hiked with Harold for many years. My sincere condolences to the Arnovitz family.

  • Carol Schneier

    I did not know Dolores, but I hiked with her loving husband Harold for two decades. I am so sorry for your loss. Hugs!

  • Melanie Hardy

    I'm sorry to never have met Mrs. Arnovitz, but I know her daughter well. Karen loved her mother with all her might! She must have been a very special lady. Best wishes to the family.

  • Leslie Bloom

    I did not know Dolores, but I did know her husband Harold and have hiked with him for many years. I know he looked after her and he and her family will miss her greatly.

  • Sandy and Clive Slovin

    Delores was a lovely lady. Condolences to her entire family.

  • Cecile Waronker

    Harold and family Please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss. Delores was such a lovely and dear person and will be missed

  • Mona & Allen Wolmer

    We're saddened by the loss of Delores.

  • Philip Wendkos

    David and Andi and Harold My sincere condolences to you all on the passing of Delores a”h. I remember her as being a fine lady who valued her Judaism. May she rest in peace Amen