Sol Wexler

July 25, 1929November 3, 2021

Sol Wexler passed away on November 3, 2021 at the age of 92, in his home in Bethpage, NY.

Sol was a successful commercial artist, working for several leading firms in New York City, and also heading his own design and commercial art studio. Sol was also a proud veteran, stationed in Germany after World War II.

Sol leaves three loving sons Kenneth, Gene and Paul and three grandchildren Jordan, Arynne and Jonah. Sol’s wife Joan Satz and later companion Miriam Mandel both predeceased Sol.

Sol will be honored in a memorial service of life on Monday, November 8, 2021 at 10am at I.J. Morris Funeral Home, 21 East Deer Park Road, Dix Hills, NY 11746, followed by an 11:30am committal service at New Montefiore Cemetery, 1180 Wellwood Ave, West Babylon, NY (Section 5, Block 12, Row 9).

Family and friends are invited back to Sol’s house at 2pm – 6pm on Monday, November 8, 2021 at 3668 Courtney Lane, Bethpage, NY, 11714.


  • Sol Wexler

    Monday, November 8, 2021

  • Sol Wexler

    Monday, November 8, 2021


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David Gurpegui

November 10, 2021

Miss the arguments and advise .. love you sol

Rebecca Johnsamson

November 9, 2021

I miss you

Madeleine Weinberg

November 7, 2021

Thanks to my mom, Trudy Wasser and Rebecca I met Sol at my mom’s home. From the minute we met he made me feel so special. He smiled and said a host of compliments. Started sketching and got up to all around my moms home. He was a live wire. Always bringing flowers and adding to the conversation. During Covid it was nice to see my mom’s time filled with lunch and readings together. Thank you Rebecca & Sol!! Will be missed greatly.

Madeleine Wasser Weinberg

Susan Wexler

November 5, 2021

Dear Wexler cousins,
We are most sorry to learn of Sol’s passing.
He will be remembered as a gentle but strong -willed sole. His conviction to his vegetarian life may well be what kept him going for 92 years, much longer than any of his 4 siblings!
I remember the story of how he was drinking so much carrot juice that his skin turned orange from a build up of vitamin A! Now that’s dedication!
He had the most beautiful and precise handwriting and artwork.
He was beloved by my father, being his younger brother.
Having lost his loving wife, Lynn,
He was able to find joy in later years with his companion, Miriam.
May his memory be a blessing to you.
Love to all
Susan,Ben and Rachel