Weinhaus, Sidney S. Passed Away Peacefully with Family Present at AVOW Hospice House in Naples

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Weinhaus, Sidney S. Passed Away Peacefully with Family Present at AVOW Hospice House in Naples


Weinhaus, Sidney S. Passed away peacefully with family present at AVOW Hospice House in Naples, FL on November 15, 2015.Cherished husband and best friend of Elinore Rae Weinhaus (nee Mariam) for 44 years; beloved father of Karen (Mont) Levy, Shelley (Jerald) Hochsztein, Gayle (Lawrence) Kenner, Barry (Lori) Gavril and David (Carla) Gavril; beloved grandfather of Daniel (Rachel) Weinhaus, Elizabeth (Leah) Goodlaxson-Levy, Rebecca Nelson, Joanna (Joseph) Kyger, Leslie Hochsztein, Jamie Gavril, Melanie Gavril, Jackson Gavril and Quinton Gavril; beloved greatgrandfather of Alma Weinhaus and Joey Kyger; brother of Sheldon (Evonne) Weinhaus and the late Robert (Jane) Weinhaus.Sidney was born on December 26, 1924 in Jersey City, NJ to David and Edith Weinhaus. The family moved to St. Louis, where Sidney graduated from Soldan High School in 1942, after which he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and serviced in the Pacific theater during WWII.After a brief stint at Washington University in St. Louis, Sidney left in 1947 for New York where he joined a group called Arms for Israel. Sidney was also a proud member of MACHAL "volunteers from abroad" a group that consisted of about 3,500 men and women from over 40 countries and of varied social and religious backgrounds who volunteered for Israel in the War of 1948. After 1948, Sidney served in the Israeli navy, joining the crew of a reconditioned former US subchaser, renamed the Noga.Sidney remained in Israel for several years after statehood, one of a cooperative group of farmers raising crops, cattle and sheep. …

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