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Name:David Matis Przewuzman
Home:Pittsford, New York
Death Date:January 01, 2013
Birth Date:December 24, 1924
Age:88
Birthplace:Poland
Visitation:The family will receive friends at 120 Towpath Lane in Brighton on Thursday from 7-9 PM & Sunday from 2-4 PM.
Service Info:Graveside Services will be held Thursday, January 3, 2013 at 1 PM in Britton Road Cemetery.
Interment:New Leopold Street Section of Britton Road Cemetery.
Donations:
Temple Beth David
3200 St. Paul Blvd.
Rochester, New York 14617
www.tbdrochester.org
or
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126
www.ushmm.org
Bio:
David Matis Przewuzman

Passed away January 1, 2013 at age 88. David was a Holocaust Survivor. He is predeceased by his wife, Esther and his entire family in the Shoah.  He is survived by his daughters, Silka (Mordechai) Rothschild, Betty Smithline, Helen (Howard) Kashtan; grandchildren, Joshua, Raina (Isaac Charny), Aaron, Jared, Sara, Samuel; cousins, nieces & nephews.

Graveside Services will be held Thursday, January 3, 2013 at   1 PM in Britton Road Cemetery. Click here for directions to the cemetery.

The family will receive friends at 120 Towpath Lane in Brighton on Thursday from 7-9 PM & Sunday from 2-4 PM.  Click here for directions to the house of mourning. 

Donation Information:
Temple Beth David
3200 St. Paul Blvd.
Rochester, New York 14617
www.tbdrochester.org
or
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126
www.ushmm.org
Stones:
By leaving a stone, you are leaving a message for the family. The origin of this goes back to Biblical times, when graves were often marked with a pile of stones. After some time, the elements made the stones disperse, and it was necessary for the piles to be built up again. Nowadays, we mark graves with a permanent marble or granite monument. By placing a pebble on the grave, the visitor is helping preserve the memory of the deceased. Just as the stone lasts forever, so too does the soul live forever. Another thought is that by placing pebbles on the grave, it shows that respects are still being paid, and that the deceased is still loved and remembered.
To the Kashtan's and family, So sorry to hear of your loss.
Silka, our thoughts are with you. May your father's memory be for a blessing.
OUR CONDOLENCES AND OUR LOVE TO THE WHOLE FAMILY. HE WAS A WONDERFUL HUSBAND,FATHER, GRANDFATHER AND WONDERFUL RELATIVE
WE WILL MISS YOU FOREVER AND WE ARE ONLY STRONG BECAUSE WE KNOW YOU ARE WATCHING OVER US . gIVE OUR LOVE TO ERNA...
Helen, Michelle and I send our condolences to you and your family.
Dear Helen, I was so sorry to hear of your father's passing. May his neshama be for an aliya. Be comforted by his memory.
Betty and Helen our prays and thoughts are with you and your family. I remember your father as a wonderful person.
SORRY ABOUT YOUR LOSS. ,WE ENJOYED TALKING TO YOUR DAD AND MOM
Dear Helen, Howard and Family, I had the opportunity to meet your father only a couple times. But, through Helen, I've come to know him. I'm struck by your father's courage and faithfulness. Having survived the Holocaust and the loss of his family, he embraced life, found your mom and started a new life and family in a new country. He kept his faith too. In my view that's heroism. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss and sorrow. Dave & Tracy
We are thinking of you during this time of grieving and hope that the support of friends and family are of some comfort.
Dear Helen Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Your father was a wonderful man Pam, Gary, Alex and Jordan
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