Lowell S Bensky
Passed away on April 4, 2018
Lowell S. Bensky, of Belmont, formerly of Lexington, on Wednesday, April 4, 2018. Beloved husband of the late Janet (Slavet) Bensky. Devoted father of Jeffrey Bensky & his wife Katie of St. Louis, MO, Norman Bensky & his wife Beverly of Willow Creek, CA and Mark Bensky of Truro. Loving grandfather of Jaimee, Hillary, Natalie, Jake and Lila Rose; and great grandfather of Aiden and Avery. Dear brother of Adele Hochheiser of West Orange, NJ. Services at Temple Emunah, 9 Piper Road, Lexington, on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 11AM. Burial to follow at Sharon Memorial Park, 40 Dedham St., Sharon. Shiva will be observed at Temple Emunah on Tuesday from 5-7:30PM and 8-9:30PM, with minyan at 7:30PM; Wednesday from 8:30-9:30PM minhah at 6:30PM and ma’ariv at 8:05PM (due to the Yom Hashoah program that evening); Thursday from 4-6PM and 8-9PM, with minyan at 7:30PM. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org, or to the Alzheimer’s Association, www.alz.org or to the charity of your choice.
- Funeral Service Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Lowell S Bensky
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April 28, 2018
Dear Bensky family,
I was one of the many who was tutored by Mr. Bensky for a bar/bat mitzvah at Temple Emunah. Mine was in 1982. I want you to know that this experience, learning torah and haftarah chanting from him, has been enormously important for me. Twice now in my adult life, I have moved to a new part of the country and built my first social connections largely through my ability to contribute as a torah reader in a new congregation. I don't think I would have become such an involved member of the Jewish community without the boost that Mr. Bensky gave me.
I have written to Mr. Bensky a few times over the years to tell him this, and I know that it meant a lot to him because he mentioned it to my family members in Lexington. But now that he is no longer here, I want to say it one last time to all of you. He was a remarkable man who showed such care for all of us kids whom he tutored. He made an enormous difference for us. And I am now tutoring the second of my two children for her upcoming bat mitzvah, passing along the same trope that Mr. Bensky taught me.
Andrew Berger (Rochester, NY; firstname.lastname@example.org)
April 16, 2018
Jeff, Norman and Mark,
I just returned home from a two week vacation and discovered that your dad passed on. I am very sorry that I missed all the services.
I have wonderful memories of being with your parents on the boat and at various fun events.
After your mom died, your father and I would go out for dinner about every six weeks or so.
My sincere condolences.