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Olga Rekhson

May 16, 1949November 20, 2020

Olga Rekhson was born on May 16, 1949 and passed away on November 20, 2020 and is under the care of Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz.

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Olga Rekhson

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Nancy Hartman

November 23, 2020

I knew Olga from the JCC, where she was known as an excellent manicurist, but more importantly as a kind and generous person to everyone she encountered. Her love of family was obvious, as she shared photo albums from the latest family simcha. She visited her mother daily, bringing her delicious home cooked meals. Olga was a very special person. May her memory be a blessing.

Linda Blumenthal

November 23, 2020

Dearest Family,
I was so very sad to hear of Olga's passing. A beautiful light has dimmed! Olga was so caring, sweet, smart with a beautiful soul! She was my manicurist but more important, my dear friend.
I truly loved her!
My heartfelt, deepest sympathy on your great loss. She loved all of you so dearly.
With my love,
Linda Blumenthal
Lake Worth, Florida

Sylvia S

November 22, 2020

Olga was a wonderful and kind person. It was a privilege to have shared her friendship. My sympathies for your loss.

Linda Fogel

November 22, 2020

Dear Family, Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss! She was a devoted mother, daughter and grandmother! She loved you all so much and was so very proud of all your accomplishments! She was one of the nicest friend’s I’ve ever had! I will miss her so much! Please cherish your memories! Much love, Linda Fogel

Jane Linetskaya

November 22, 2020

Olga was amazing human being: kind, generous, always willing to help anyone in needs.
My deepest condolences to everyone in her family!
May good, loving memories of Olga, such a wonderful mother, grandmother, mother in law, neighbor, friend, colleague, help everyone who had an honor to know her in such a very difficult time.

Larisa Livits

November 21, 2020

“Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.”
I appreciate so many things about Olga- especially her lovely smile, her stories, her food.
Olga, I will miss your calls offering your specialty Russian food like borscht, vinaigrette, braised cabbage and etc.
Olga is one of rare people who never said a bad word about anyone and everyone who knew her loved her as well.
Someone so special can never been forgotten.

With deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved Mother, Grandmother and Wife.

Larisa Livits

Lynn Edelman

November 21, 2020

Deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved daughter, mother, grandmother and partner. Olga and I met when we worked at the Mayfield JCC and I continued as her friend as well as her customer at Parino's Hair Salon. She will be missed by those who knew her. Treasure your memories.
Lynn Edelman

Marilyn Goldfein

November 21, 2020

Dear Olga’s Family,
I am so sorry to hear about Olga. I was one of Olga’s weekly friends who came to her for a manicure and pedicure. We were more than manicurist and pedicurist. We became friends. I looked forward to seeing her each week, first at the JCC and then at the two beauty salons where she worked. My life was happier because Olga was in it. My husband, David, became one of her fans, too.

We shared our lives. I was privileged to be at her birthday party at Europa. I was lucky to be invited to her table and she visited me for lunches. We went to a few programs at Cain Park. Like I said we were more than friends.

Olga is missed everyday. My friend was so special. I will always miss her.

Mostly, Olga was a wonderful daughter, Mother and Grandmother. She loved all of you. She loved all the celebrations she shared with you.

Marilyn Goldfein

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