OBITUARY

Nathaniel Ari Weisbrot

May 20, 1968May 28, 2021

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Services

  • Chapel Service

    Sunday, May 30, 2021

  • Interment

    Sunday, May 30, 2021

Memories

Nathaniel Ari Weisbrot

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Diane Binns

June 2, 2021

What can I say: he was my next-door neighbor, for many years. Our families always worked together, as we all should. He was the strong arm, that knew the law. Me, I am the night owl, (AKA the watch dog.) HEHE As for Ari’s wife and children, they have always been kind and beautiful. As for Ari we all knew he was a good lawyer. But you didn’t know he could sing? Yup, One night many years ago. I was sitting outside in my car. And I heard this singing. So, I looked up and it was Ari. WOW! Even, if you weren’t of the Jewish faith. (as I) It was beautiful! You just felt the peace and the beauty in the songs. So, every holiday I would quietly go outside and listen. You just knew he was singing from the heart. Truthfully you can say, it was nice he had been in our lives. (R.I.P my friend, it was to short and to soon) To Francine and the children. My heart and prayers are with you!

Randi Duffie

May 31, 2021

We ran for council together. Ari's personality shone bright. His love for his family, his community, and his work was evident. My thoughts are with you and your family, Francine. What a loss. Rest In Peace, Ari

Michael Putrino

May 30, 2021

Ari, you were a good friend and even greater person. The absence of your larger than life personality, dignity and humanity will create a void that cannot be replaced and will be sorely missed by all.

Loretta Weinberg

May 30, 2021

I was so shocked and saddened to learn of Ari’s passing. We were friends who sometimes disagreed, But he was always so generous with a show of support or a “pat on the back” when he thought I was doing something correctly. Ari’s voice was strong and clear. He stood up for our community and for the rights of so many. I know how desperately his family will miss him and so will our larger community. His memory will be a blessing.

Christina Dechert

May 30, 2021

Ari ...

Thank you for being the voice I couldn’t be during a difficult time. I’m forever for your help. You did it out of the kindness of your help. You will be truly missed 💔💔

Casey Hittel

May 30, 2021

I met Ari through our work on the Zoning Board. He immediately made me feel welcomed. During the pandemic we had a conversation where he offered to go food shopping for me- although it was unnecessary. He claimed he needed the mitzvah. I doubt it- I’m sure he has been so generous and good in his lifetime that his mitzvah bank was overflowing. When we last spoke, I asked how he was, and his response was “happy”. How many people say that with no hesitation? How grateful I am that those were among the last words I heard him say. He made me feel like an old friend, even though we were somewhat new acquaintances. My only regret is that he was not part of my life sooner. May his family be comforted by the knowledge that you were his greatest joy. Peace be with all of you always.
Ari, I will truly miss you. Any time I do anything selfless it will be because I hear your voice saying “I need the mitzvah”. Thank you- for everything. And for exemplifying every day how to be a contributing, generous, thoughtful, compassionate member of a community. Your absence will be felt by many.

Peter Rebsch

May 30, 2021

A light went out on Earth for me
The day we said goodbye
And on that day a star was born,
The brightest in the sky
Reaching through the darkness
With its rays of purest white
Lighting up the Heavens
As it once lit up my life
With beams of love to heal
The broken heart you left behind
You are always in my memory
Your lovely star will shine

Scott Sproviero

May 30, 2021

Commitment, Compassion and Integrity - three words that best describe the essence of N. Ari Weisbrot. Wise beyond his years, Ari was an inspiration to those who knew him. His love of family and community was abundant. I was truly blessed by the friendship that we shared.

Jeffrey DelVecchio

May 30, 2021

I met Ari a few years ago when he was campaigning for council. To say he was an interesting character is an understatement. From what I knew of him he was very outgoing, extremely friendly, and would give you the shirt off his back. He will be missed.

Joe Loonam

May 30, 2021

Ari was one of the brightest and funniest people I have ever known. He understood what this life on earth was better than most anyone I know. I liked to think of him as a bridge because he was always connecting people and it didn’t matter if there was a river or ravine below him, he’d find a way to to get where he needed.
Some years ago I told him how I collected rocks from random places all over the world and threw them in my waterfall. Ari brought me rocks back from Israel.
When my son passed in 2017 he was a good friend to me, even showing up at my home with pizzas he picked up himself and dropped off for my family .
That was Ari-whatever he was doing, wherever he was, he was thinking of others.

FROM THE FAMILY