Friday, 11 September 2009 00:00
Doris Kliegman, 82, passed away on Monday, Aug. 24, in the care of her loving family. She was a victim of breast cancer.
A resident of Long Island for over 50 years, Doris’ message has had a positive effect on her family and friends. Her loving and thoughtful approach to life touched many lives. The impact on those who have had the good fortune to have Doris in their lives cannot be measured. It can only be carried forward by all of those who knew her. Doris was a mentor and confidante. Her courage and positive attitude will always serve as a shining example to inspire one during times of adversity and to enjoy each day of one’s life to the fullest.
Doris’ volunteer services included work as a Brownie Leader, Candy Striper, Project Head Start, as well as a multitude of other organizations. Doris also did personal counseling to people in need. She was a member of the Temple Judea/B’nai Torah Sisterhood.
The service for Doris Kliegman was conducted on Friday, Aug. 28 at Temple B’nai Torah, 2900 Jerusalem Avenue, Wantagh.
She lived in Massapequa Park with her husband of 61 years, Ed Kliegman, and is survived by her four children: Kathy Aledort, Steven Kliegman and his wife, Deirdre Henry, David Kliegman and his wife, Hanna and Robin Wyman and her husband, James Berzowski and eight grandchildren: Diana and Brian Aledort, Justin and Heather Kliegman, Sarah and Joseph Kliegman and Julie and Daniel Wyman, as well as her siblings, Barbara Metsky and Herbert Seldin of Boynton Beach, Fl.