Stanetsky Memorial Chapels

475 Washington Street, Canton, MA


Estelle J. Blackman

August 5, 1928March 5, 2020

Former Longtime Brockton School Teacher

Estelle Jean (Wolk) Blackman. North Easton resident, formerly of Brockton, MA, entered into rest on March 5, 2020 at the age of 91.

Beloved wife of the late Harvey Bernard Blackman. Devoted mother of Neal D. Blackman, Jeffrey L. Blackman and Carol R. Worthen. Cherished grandmother of Paul L. Worthen and S. Michael Worthen, and great-grandmother of Griffen and Gillian Worthen. Loving sister of the late Florence W. Vener.

Noted teacher at Lincoln Elementary School, West Jr. High School, Gilmore Elementary School, along with the old Brockton High School.

Funeral services will be held at Temple Chayai Shalom, 239 Depot Street, South Easton, MA on Sunday, March 8th at 11am, followed by burial at Sharon Memorial Park.

Shiva will be held at the home built by her late husband Harvey, Sunday following burial until 8pm, and continuing throughout the week from 1pm to 4pm and 6:30pm to 8pm.

Expressions of sympathy in her memory may be made to Hadassah Southern New England, 1320 Centre Street, Suite 205, Newton Centre, MA 02459, www.hadassah.org.


  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 8, 2020
  • Burial Sunday, March 8, 2020


Estelle J. Blackman

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Anna Taglieri

March 6, 2020

Back in 1968, Estelle and her children visited a National Science Foundation Institute in Oneonta, NY, where her husband and I were participants. I had the privilege of meeting one of the finest persons that graced my life. With her keen mind and sharp wit, Estelle was always a joy to be around! A very special person has left the earth.
Shalom, my dear, dear friend.

Betty ilson

March 6, 2020

Estelle was a truly lovely person. I knew her as a fellow teacher in Brockton for many years and also a a member of Delta Kappa Gamma. She was an asset to every position she held as a teacher and serving DKG. It was a joy to know her. May happy memories continue to comfort you.
Betty Gilson

Dick Sheard

March 6, 2020

Aunt Estelle will be missed greatly by our family. Always a smile, always something nice to say, always interested in our lives. We consider Estelle one of the nicest people we have had the pleasure of knowing. Rest In Peace ❤️