|Birth: ||Nov. 26, 1916|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 4, 2013|
[The following was extracted from several sources.]
Maxine G. Berman, Denver; Wife of the late Judge Norman E. Berman.
Maxine Gold Berman was a teacher and Denver resident since 1938. Interment was at Emanuel Cemetery.
"Maxine's optimism permeated her life," her loved ones said. "Her glass was not just half full, it was brimming over. She loved people and saw the best in everyone.
Family was the most important thing to her. Although she is gone from our sight, she will remain forever in our hearts."
She graduated with degrees in education and chemistry from Hunter College and earned an MA in guidance and counseling at the University of Colorado.
Maxine Gold married Norman Berman on July 21, 1940. Mr. Berman passed away on June 8, 1994. (See spousal link below.)
A substitute teacher at the junior and senior high levels, Mrs. Berman also taught homebound (sic) students, adult education, and was a GED instructor at Emily Griffith Opportunity School.
She belonged to Hadassah, Brandeis Women and the Denver Teachers' Assn., and was a Bronze Life Master in bridge.
Mrs. Berman is survived by her daughters Jane (Arnold) Mondrow of Denver and Robin (Stephen) Grove of New York; grandchildren Jennifer (Bob) Tinucci, Melissa (Peter) Winthers, Michael (Marissa) Grove and Sarah Grove; and great-grandchildren Kayla, Justin, Ella and Brian.
Norman Earl Berman (1915 - 1994)
Congregation Emanuel Cemetery
Created by: KLP
Record added: Feb 08, 2013
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