OBITUARY

Sylda Joy Hutt

28 June , 19329 May , 2019

Sylda Joy Hutt, 86, passed away on May 9, 2019 in Pembroke Pines, Florida. She was born on June 28, 1932 in Wildwood, New Jersey.

After growing up in New Jersey, Sylda moved to Florida in 1950. She was a member of ORT, Broward County PTA and a volunteer with the local Community Theater. When Sylda wasn’t spending time with her family and friends she was volunteering and serving her community. In April 2019, Sylda received the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Broward County School Board.

Sylda is predeceased by her parents, Noble and Esther Botwin; former husband, Stephen Hutt; and son, William Todd Hutt.

Sylda is survived by her son, Jeff (Laura) Hutt; daughter, Beth (Michael) Berkow; former daughter-in-law, Dawn Diamond; grandchildren, Danielle (Adam) Berkow-Schwartz, Ashley Berkow, Eric Hutt and Madison Hutt; and brothers, Michael (Caroline) Botwin, and Chuck (Marlene) Botwin.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, 501 St Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105 at www.stjude.org/donate/ or to Pembroke Lakes Elementary School Discretionary Fund, 11251 Taft Street Pembroke Pines, FL 33026.

The Funeral Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Monday, May 13, 2019 in Riverside Gordon Memorial Chapel at Mt. Nebo Kendall, 5900 SW 77 Ave, Miami, FL 33143. The family will only be sitting Shiva at the funeral home immediately following the graveside service.

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, 13 May , 2019

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Mother of Emma and Ella

17 May 2019

Thank you for your service to Pembroke Lakes Elementary School. Your commitment was admirable. I miss seeing your face when I go into the office.

Lacresha Cooper

13 May 2019

Ms. Hutt you will be truly missed. Although we are still in disbelief it is comforting to know you had a great day doing what you loved. It was time for you to gain your wings and I pray the family gains some comfort and peace in the coming days, months, and years.

Love you 💜

Elisa Taveras

13 May 2019

Dear Sylda -
The day you came to fill out your volunteer application I felt in my heart that you were a special person meant to be part of my life. Our friendship, love & affection grew each day in my heart for me. I thank God for putting you in my path. We would laugh on great days & complain together. I will truly miss you very much!!! Thanks for being such a great friend, my jewish grandmother ❤️
Love & cherish our memories forever ~
Hope to see you in next life.
Elisa Taveras

Elisa Taveras

13 May 2019

Dear Sylda -
The day you came to fill out your volunteer application I felt in my heart that you were a special person meant to be part of my life. Our friendship, love & affection grew each day in my heart for me. I thank God for putting you in my path. We would laugh on great days & complain together. I will truly miss you very much!!! Thanks for being such a great friend, my jewish grandmother ❤️
Love & cherish our memories forever ~
Hope to see you in next life.
Elisa Taveras

Stella Rosenfeld

13 May 2019

I knew Sylda for many years. She was a beautiful person.
Rest in peace Sylda.

Love,
Stella Rosenfeld

Steven Emmer

12 May 2019

My condolences to the Berkow and Hutt Familes on the loss of Sylda . I was blessed to have known her through many years of family functions with the Berkow family.
Rest in Peace .
Steven Emmer 🌈

Alescia Smith

12 May 2019

My condolences to Mrs. Hutt’s family and friends. The loss of Mrs. Hutt will be felt by many. May the memories of her personality and many contributions be celebrated by all. She will truly be missed at PLE.

Yoice Hernandez

11 May 2019

My condolences to the family. Please know that Mrs. Hutt will be missed each and everyday at PLE. I pray that the Lord gives you strength and peace during this difficult time. God bless

Lisa Doxsee-Adams

11 May 2019

Cherish those great memories! And know she is in your loving brothers arms❤️ Lisa and Joe

linda kaplan

11 May 2019

Sylda was one of a kind.She was my first real friend i met almost a half century ago after moving to S.Fl. She took me under her wing,bringing me into S.W. Womens Ort & introducing me to many wonderful women. She never liked spending her time playing games,such as mah jongg or canasta & instead preferred to donate her time to help others. U will be missed. My deepest sympathies to Beth,Jeff & their families in their time of tremendous grief.