Dahlia Fuerst (Kaplan)

March 16, 1963April 18, 2021

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Elana Tsibulevskiy

April 26, 2021

Our sincere condolences to entire Kaplan family on passing of Dahlia Sarah. Someone So Special can never be forgotten. Heartfelt thoughts go out to you in this time of sorrow.

Miriam Braun

April 21, 2021

To all the Kaplan Family, so very sorry for your loss.
יהי זכרה ברוך

Miriam Braun and friends at Sanhedria Children's Home

Howard & Janice Kaplan

April 20, 2021

Dear Stuart and Family , We want to extend our condolences on the Death of Dahlia. With Love, Aunt Janice and Uncle Howie

Zohar & Moshe Geiger

April 19, 2021

To the Kaplan Family,
Baruch Dayan Ha'emet.
We will never forget what an incredible woman Dahlia was, a true eshet chayil. Zohar spent so many shabbat meals around your table with never fewer than 20 people, and each meal was meaningful and delicious. Dahlia always made an effort to get to know her children's friends, and it was a privilege and honor to know her. Zohar is particularly happy that Moshe got to know her at Daniel's aufruf.
Thank you for always welcoming us with open arms. We will miss you dearly, Dahlia.

Ahuvah Fried

April 19, 2021

To the Kaplan Family,
Daniel and I would like to send our deepest sympathies for the loss of your wife/ mother. She was the most caring, inviting, friendly, and sweet woman I met. She welcomed me then Daniel to your home with open arms and a smile on her face. The home was and is so inviting, nice, and Shabbat meals and visits were impeccable. She was truly a special woman who whenever I got to see her was always with a smile. Thank you to Yonatan for introducing me to her and thank you to the entire Kaplan family for being incredible. Her neshama should have an Aliyah and you should all find comfort during this difficult time. Please reach out if you need anything! From, Ahuvah (Blumenfeld/ "Detroit") and Daniel Fried

Janice (Yocheved) Cohen

April 19, 2021

Dear Stuart, Atira, Yonatan, Binyamin, Daniel, Yael, Gavi and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Dahlia was an amazing woman with a fierce love for family, friends and life. Her loss is unimaginable. May her neshama have an aliyah and may you all be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem

Jay Aron

April 19, 2021

I had the zechus of working with Dahlia at Sperry in Great Neck and then being Kew Garden Hills neighbors. She was the kindest, gentle, bas Yisroel. Always a smile. Hashem should continue her Aliyah in shamayim. Meiletz Yosher for her family and klal Yisroel

Shirley Shapiro

April 19, 2021

Dear Stu, Gavi and the entire family,

We are heartbroken by the news of Dahlia’s petira. Our thoughts are with all of you
as you mourn this terribly painful loss. Your devotion and care for her were exemplary.
No words can adequately express our gratitude, respect and admiration for this awesome woman who was a special gift in the lives of all who were fortunate enough to be connected to her. Dahlia, z”l, was a wonderful wife, extraordinary mother, proud grandmother, devoted sister, loyal friend, dedicated educator and an outstanding, genuine, caring human being whose kindness, generosity, strength of character, and positive attitude were remarkable. She will be sorely missed by all. May you find comfort and inspiration in her memory and may her spirit live on through those she loved and touched. 
May you treasure the many experiences you shared together and may her memory be a blessing and sustain you. BDE.

‎הַמָּקוֹם יְנַחֵם אֶתְכֶם בְּתוֹךְ שְׁאַר אֲבֵלֵי צִיּוֹן וִירוּשָׁלַיִם

Our deepest condolences,
Shirley, David & family

Shirley Gildin (Lax)

April 19, 2021

Dear Dr. Stuie, Atira, Yonatan, Daniel, Yael, Binyamin, and Gavi,

Your wife/mother loved you to pieces and always went out of her way for you. She never wanted to inconvenience anyone. She always had a kind word to say to me at the beginning and end of each babysitting stint. She had courage and stood up for her beliefs and for her children. Her confidence showed in many ways. She was always very capable and never let her illness define her. She had no problems prioritizing her family over her domestic duties and was unapologetic. I remember the many used baby bottles I found after scrounging under the beds, washing them in the bathroom sink, and I laugh about it now. Dahlia taught me that people are more important than things. And that's the legacy she leaves behind with you, her beautiful family. May Hashem comfort you among the mourners of Tzion and Yerushalayim.

Dear Dafna, Tammy and Your Families,

Losing a big sister/aunt, like Dahlia is like losing another mother. You were all very tight and always there for each other. May your memories together be a comfort to your family.

Shirley Gildin

Toby Reich

April 19, 2021

I will remember you as the vivacious, kind, bright woman of valor that you were. At your happiest, with a house full of people, family and friends. I will remember you as a friend with a quick sense of humor and able to find common ground with anyone, making ease of conversation with people you might have just met. You could not only juggle work and family, but did it so wonderfully; each of your children are so special with traits of kindness and warmth. You devoted yourself to your husband and he to you.
I will truly miss you,
Love, Toby