OBITUARY

Yvonne S Frydel

May 6, 1933February 3, 2013

Yvonne Sarah Frydel (nee Rotblit) of Tenafly, NJ died on February 3rd at the age of 79. Beloved daughter of the late Max & Berthe Roblit. Devoted mother of Joyce Delson-Frydel of Great Neck, NY, Marlene Frydel of Stonington, Ct, and Steven Frydel of Tenafly, NJ. Cherished grandmother of 6. Yvonne was born in France and was a Holocaust Survivor. She devoted her time to her family, many organizations and many years as a secretary for the Board of Education of Tenafly, NJ. The funeral service was held 12:30 pm on Tuesday February 5th at the Gutterman and Musicant Jewish Funeral Directors. Hackensack, NJ.

Should friends desire donations may be made in her memory to, American Diabetes Assoc or American Cancer Society.

Shiva will begin today 3pm till 8pm, Wed 4pm-8pm, Thurs 4pm-8pm and Friday 4pm-8pm at the residence; 15 Day Ave, Tenafly, NJ.

Please take a moment to sign this online guestbook. You may leave a note for the family or perhaps a memory you would like to share. A Virtual Candle may also be placed in the guestbook if you wish. We at Gutterman-Musicant Jewish Funeral Directors wish to express our heartfelt thanks on behalf of the mourners for your support during this difficult time.

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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Lawrence Gianguzzi

July 8, 2013

Dear Marlene and family:

I am so sorry for your loss. Yvonne was such a kind, caring woman. Although it's several months later, please let me know if there is anything I can do.

April 11, 2013

I knew Yvonne since I was an infant -- throughout my entire life she was a lady of the greatest sweetness, kindness, charm and joy. She loved her family, especially her wonderful children and her face always shone with a radience born of pure kindness and joy. Some of the happiest memories of my childhood are the times I spent with her and the world is at a great loss for her passing. May her memory be as a blessing. I know that her beautiful, accomplished children Joyce, Marlene and Steve will keep her memory alive and am sure that their children are the better for having had such a grandmother. With her passing, she joins her wonderful parnets, Max and Berthe, and a generation of geat ones goes.... with all my love, Suzanne Israel Tufts (or, as Joycie always called me, Suzie).

David Bialik

February 4, 2013

Mrs. Frydel was someone that was happy and always made you feel at home. She was a great lady.

FROM THE FAMILY