|Birth: ||Apr. 28, 1914|
|Death: ||Nov. 17, 2006|
HELEN JOSEPH EPSTEIN April 28, 1914 - Nov. 17, 2006 Born in Cleveland, Ohio.
She is survived by daughter, Joni (Monte) Gordon; brother, Benjamin (Ellen) Joseph; grandchildren, John (Sun Xin) Gordon and Elizabeth (Jack) Stephens-Morgan; great grandchildren, Tabitha Stephens, Dean Gordon, and Otis Gordon.
Her careers include Cosmetic sales and real estate Investment. She will always be remembered by her personal traits; gracious, humorous, gorgeous, loyal, artistic, glamorous, shopaholic, stubborn, friendly, social, critical, stunning, and street smart.
Foods she enjoyed were sweet potatoes, toast with jelly, chocolate ice cream, white fish, soup, sardines and tuna fish (canned).
Some more of her favorites include her Jaguar, the color Red , and listening to music. Her favorite countries were America and Israel, cities; Los Angeles, New York, Tel Aviv, and Jerusalem.
Her most popular sayings: "Eat your carrots!", "What do you need it for?", "Drink your milk.".
Her prized possessions were hats, ethnic art, rugs, clothes, dishes, her home, and Judaism. She also enjoyed gardening, designing, entertaining, flower and furniture arranging. Proud affiliations with Ethnic Arts Council, LACMA Art Museum Council, Jewish Federation, and American Friends of the Israel Museum.
Last wish (2001), "I wish that I could walk naked in the rain!".
Created by: So We Always Remember
Record added: Nov 22, 2006
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