Deceased Information


    Marshall Bloom

    Moshe ben Dovid

  • AGE



    Thursday, April 27, 2023 (Before Sunset)


    Sunday, April 30, 2023


    2:30 PM




    Shiva will be held immediately following the service on Sunday and on Monday from 5PM - 8PM.

    1177 Lanier Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30306



    Marshall Bloom, 85, passed away on Thursday, April 27, 2023.  Marshall was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 26, 1938.  He attended Grady (now Midtown) High School and the University of Georgia.  Marshall retired as President and CEO of Bio-Lab, Inc., a company started by his beloved Uncle Leon and where he worked his entire career. 

    Marshall was predeceased by his parents, Marian and David Bloom.  He is survived by his devoted and loving wife, Leslie; his children Dan (Barry Golivesky) and Jeffrey; his very adored grandchildren, David and Elyssa; and his sister, Sheryl Adair (Mark Weinstein).  Marshall is also survived by his former spouse and friend, Bitsy. 

    Marshall enjoyed traveling with his family, playing golf, skiing and, in his retirement, became an avid hiker. He will be remembered for his genuine kindness and for the respect with which he treated everyone he met.  Donations in his memory can be made to Weinstein Hospice, Ahavath Achim Synagogue or the Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy. 

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  • Robert Alterman

    To the entire Bloom family. Sending sincere condolences on the loss of your wonderful Marshall. A mensch in every way , I have so many wonderful Memories all the way back to Beach Valley Rd. RIP old friend. You will be missed. Much love, Robert and Tara

  • Sara Diamond

    So sorry for your loss. Your dad was such a sweet and loving man and will be greatly missed. Lots of love to your family during this time.

  • Judy and Alan Schulman

    Dear Leslie, Jeff, Dan, Sheryl and Bitsy, We were so sorry to hear of Marshall's passing. Such a great, warm, friendly guy whenever I saw him. He surely will be missed in our community and AA High Holidays. Sending hugs to you all.

  • Cary and Sherry King

    Marshall was one of the mots special people I have ever known. When we were all teenagers and he was the "older guy" (I was about 3 years younger) he befriended me and offered me mentoring when I still din't know what that word meant. He was a kind and connecting person. Sherry and I will miss him. Cary King

  • Kathy Surber

    Marshall was truly one of the kindest and most considerate individual's I've ever met. I feel so fortunate to have known him and worked with him. My sincerest condolences to all of the Bloom family.

  • Doug and Andrea Spear

    We are so sorry to hear about Marshall. He was a great neighbor and friend to us and we especially kind to our kids and dogs. We always enjoyed seeing him walk around the neighborhood. He will be missed.

  • Debbie and Eddie Levin

    Eddie and I were so sorry to hear about Marshall. Our love and thoughts are with y’all!

  • Martha Jo and Jerry Katz

    Sending our deepest condolences to all. Marshall was a dynamic individual and we know he will be missed. May memories in the heart bring comfort to the soul.

  • Janice Perlis Ellin

    Leslie, my sincere condolences on the passing of Marshall. He always had a big smile and hearty laugh! Particularly on the course. May the wonderful memories sustain you as you mourn.

  • Jill and Joseph Segal

    Soooo sorry to hear of Marshall's passing!! Such a fine gentleman and he always beat me at golf. We had times together as kids. He always had a warm smile and kind works!! May his memory be as a blessing. Lots of Love, Jill and Joe

  • Karen Wise

    Sheryl , Leslie, Dan, Jeffrey and Bitsy, I am so sorry for your tremendous loss. Marshall was a kind, caring, friendly and special man. Always with a smile and interest in the family. He was a constant as greeter at the front entrance of the AA high holiday services for many years. Our warm, one-man welcoming committee. May his memory be a blessing.

  • Sandy and Dave Abrams

    So disappointed we could not watch the funeral today. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers . Marshall shall always be remembered by Dave and I as a special man with whom we were so thankful to know.

  • Steve Freedman

    May he finally rest i n peace

  • Barbara and Alan Cohem

    Marshall will be missed by all who knew him! A kind, generous and overall great guy!! May his memory be a blessing. Love, Barbara and Alan

  • Suzan and Bob Brourman

    Bloom Family- We we’re saddened to hear of Marshall’s passing. He will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you during this difficult time. May the memories he created bring you peace.

  • Ruth Klopper

    Leslie: So sorry to hear about Marshall's passing. My condolences to you and your family.

  • Lloyd Mendelson

    Marshall was my TEP fraternity brother at UGA. Enough said.

  • Carol and Warren Fogel

    Dear Leslie and Bloom family So sorry for your loss I know he will be greatly missed He was such a nice and friendly person Always Glad you have had so many wonderful memories Love to all

  • Nancy Baumgarten

    My sincere condolences to the family. May the sweet memories of his life being you peace and happiness. Rest in peace Marshall…

  • Barbara and Harvey Mays

    Bloom family, Barbara and I were so saddened to hear the news about Marshall. I knew him and admired him for almost 75 years and thought the world of him. He was the nicest person you'd ever want to meet. May his memory be a blessing to all of you.

  • Saba and Victor Silverman

    Victor and I are sending lots of love to you and the entire family. May his memory always be of a blessing

  • Dorothy Blum

    My sincere condolences. Am sending love, prayers and hugs. He was a good man and wonderful friend. He will be missed. Dot Blum

  • Sloane and Howard Neiman

    Dear Dan and families, Our condolences to all. We met Marshall at University of GA and he never changed from the gentleman he was and remained throughout his life. Sincerely, Howard, Sloane, Miles, and Jordan Neiman

  • Carrie Gamsey

    I am so sorry for your loss Marshall was a wonderful man

  • Janice & Lee Smolen

    Sheryl, so sorry to hear of Marshall’s passing. Our hearts & prayers are with you.

  • Susan and Jack Paller

    Dear Leslie and the Bloom family, Jack and I are so saddened to learn of Marshall’s passing. He had such a great sense of humor, and never missed an opportunity to tease and joke. May the memories of your time with him bring you peace.

  • edward sugarman

    Marshall was my cousin and neighbor(2 houses down and next door to the Dwoskins).Growing up he was always nice to the younger me. He let me watch and showed me how to take off a bicycle chain ,oil it and replace it, and he let me play hide and seek with the the big kids. I still remember no one one being able to find him standing on the rafters in the Dwoskins garage. He finally came down on his own. All the Blooms were especially nice to the Sugarman family and I want to say thank you and want you to know Marshall has been a mensch all his life.I offer my sincerest condolences at this difficult time.

  • Dennis Gray

    Dear Leslie, On behalf of our Team at Backyard Brands, Alex Chandler and Paul Parsons and myself, I wished to extend to you our deepest condolences. One of the most influential memories I have of my career came as a gift from Marshall, one on my first visits to Atlanta decades ago picked me up at the airport and demonstrated what inspired leadership looks like. Marshall asked as soon as we met... what would you like to experience while visiting...? I answered, "I would love to see the production plant... Marshall said, "Hop in". He took me to the plant and demonstrated his love for his team by introducing me to literally every person we met in the plant... Marshall knew something about each family - something personal happening with their lives... at the end of the tour ... Marshall commented... "In your career Dennis... If you look after your People, they will look after your Customers... and if you accomplish both of those things... the profits will look after themselves." May the memories you create as a family... soften the pain you feel at this time... Hugs, Dennis Gray.

  • Marty Oxman,Charlotte,NC

    My condolences to the Bloom Family.

  • Jennie and Macy Moret

    We are both so sad to hear of the loss of our dear friend, Marshall. Macy and he go as far back as friends in Morningside Grammar School, Grady High and his smiling face as he greeted all who walked through the doors of AA Synagogue during High Holidays ..... and many other times together. We send our condolences to all his loved ones and hope beautiful memories together with him will help all to get through this difficult time.

  • Kay McGhee

    Marshall will missed by so many people. I worked at Biolab for 25 years and Marshall was a loving, caring person

  • Doug Hooker

    My sincere condolences to Marshall Bloom’s family, particularly Dan and Barry. I enjoyed our working relationship and his support for the four years I worked at Bio-Lab. I know he will be greatly missed.

  • Alfred H. bernstein

    Marshall made a wonderful impression on me even though I did not know him well. So sorry to hear this. AB


    I had the privilege of meeting Marshall over 65 years ago when we worked at a men’s store in the Peachtree Arcade called Olshine’s. Marshall always outsold me. Without question he was in every respect a perfect gentleman and stayed that way during his entire lifetime. He will be missed by all who knew him.

  • Elaine Diamond

    The Bloom family, we are so saddened to hear of Marshall’s passing. He always had a big smile and a big hug to go with it. He is at peace now, but it doesn’t take away the pain, and heartbreak you feel today. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Elaine, Sara, and Emily Diamond

  • Sandra Mislow

    My sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Bloom family. Marshall was always smiling and so warm whenever I saw him. May your wonderful memories bring you solace.

  • Gloria Smiley

    Marshall was my friend for over 65 years! So many memories with my husband, Lennie Jacobs. Condolences to Sheryl and the rest of the family.

  • Bill and Randee Lieppe

    Marshall was a neighbor and friend for 35 years. He was always sincerely friendly and warm and was loved by us, our kids and even our dogs (for whom he reliably carried treats).

  • Linda Rosh

    Sheryl, I am so sorry about the loss of your brother. My thoughts are with you and your family.

  • Margie Eden

    Sheryl, so very sorry to hear about Marshall. My thoughts and prayers and with you and your family.

  • Helen & Michael Arnoldi

    Sheryl, our deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear brother. He was always so kind and friendly to everyone and will be missed. May all your wonderful memories bring you comfort during this difficult time and his name be a blessing.

  • Beth Wender Braun

    So sorry for your loss.May your memories keep him alive in your hearts forever! Love, Beth and Jeff

  • Carol Schneier

    I am so sorry to hear of Marshall's passing. He so enjoyed hiking on Tuesdays (and BBQ afterwards). Hugs.

  • Candy Berman

    Steve and I were so saddened to learn of Marshall's death. We have great memories of him from when Jordan and Justin were young. We hope your memories will give you great comfort.

  • Charlotte and Allen Kaminsky

    We are saddened by the lost of our dear sweet friend Marshall.He will be missed by all his many friends. Charlotte and Allen

  • Sara Grosswald

    Dear Leslie and family, I was so sorry to hear about Marshall !He always had a great smile , so kind and friendly! I loved seeing you at Peros together . May he rest in peace. Sara

  • David Levin

    Jeff and Dan. I am so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. Some of my earliest memories of playing golf are with my Dad, Marshall and Jeff in the Father Son tournament at the Standard Club. He was always so warm and engaging and will be missed.

  • Mimi Siegel

    So sorry to hear of your great loss. Marshall was a good friend. He always greeted me at the entrance of the AA synagogue during the high holidays. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Many hugs, Mimisiegel

  • Marcia and Emil

    Sheryl, Our deepest condolences on the loss of your brother. Our thoughts are with you at this time. Marcia and Emil

  • Renee Unell

    So sorry to hear about Marshall. Such a wonderful person. He will be missed. May his memory be a blessing.

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