Yahrzeit & Gift Donations

Our Yahrzeit tradition remembers family members and friends on the anniversary of their passing by reciting Kaddish, lighting a yahrtzeit candle and making an offering of tzedekah.

Mitzvot and charitable giving are signifcant ways to memorialize those who have loved and influenced us after their passing. Congregation B’nai Zion graciously appreciates these donations for the betterment of our community and Jewish life in the Florida Keys.

To make a yahrzeit donation, please CLICK HERE and include the name of your loved one in the “Write a Note” section of donation page.

Our Congregation recognizes the following recent yahrzeit & gift donations:

David & Glenda LebwohlIn Memory of Abe & Edith Landsman and Joanne Sands Lebwohl
Mitchell AppelrouthIn Memory of Rose Weintraub, grandmother
Susan SamrickIn Memory of Edith Samrick and Shirley Movitz
Rick & Brenda BodnerIn Memory of Dorothy & Gadlin Bodner, Alberta & Charles Norton and Raymond Bodner
Eleanor AppelIn Memory of Jean Kippelman
Robert SherIn Memory of Walter Herman Sher
Jordan BernsteinIn Memory of Benjamin Bernstein
Neal Ruchman & Melissa McDanielIn Memory of Harry Ruchman, Mary Allard Ruchman, Samuel Ruchman and Allard Kenneth Lowenstein
C. Gary ZahlerIn Memory of Dr. Sanford Fischel Zahler
Eleanor AppelIn Memory of Lillie Appel and Milton Appel
Mitchell AppelrouthIn Memory of Dnaiel Jacob Appelrouth, brother
Susan SamrickIn Memory of Phillip Movitz
Benjamin HershensonIn Memory of Royce Hershenson Porter, beloved sister
Kim GordonIn Memory of Bernyce Gordon, beloved mother
Drs. Bill & Beverly GoldnerIn Honor of Elisa Levy & B’nai Mitzot
Warren & Anne Marie WolfsonVetzaveh shabbat
Ukelele GangGeneral donation
Mark & Fran GelmanGeneral donation, Rabbi’s discretion
Raymond & Barbara SponderIn Honor of Mark & Nancy Funt
Edward & Melissa DiamondThank you for February shabbat
William & Renay RegardieGeneral donation
Jack PaulIn Honor of Ellen Gvili’s birthday
Jordan BernsteinGeneral donation, Rabbi’s discretion
Arthur & Carol YorkesThank you for being so welcoming
Howard & Susan BrombergIn Honor of the Hebrew school