Saul Herbert Chernow

March 2, 1938February 15, 2021

Saul Herbert Chernow, 82, passed away on February 15, 2021, in Langhorne, PA

He was a long time resident of Levittown, PA. Saul was born on March 2, 1938 in Philadelphia, PA, to parents, Benjamin and Sylvia. He graduated High School in Philadelphia, PA. Saul had dreams of becoming a certified public accountant. He took college courses, but was not able to complete his course work and graduate, as life and its responsibilities got in the way. Saul went on to establish a career as a salesman, working for various establishments over the years. He enjoyed his job, and loved traveling up and down the Northeast Corridor, meeting people and making friends along the way.

In addition, Mr. Chernow proudly served in the United States Air Force. Years after being honorably discharged, he became involved with Boy Scouts of America. He loved to take trips with his troop, but mostly enjoyed cooking and preparing their meals. Saul loved to cook and loved food!

Saul enjoyed playing cards, and telling jokes. He was a proud member of the Jewish War Veterans Association, and at one time served as Commander of his post. Saul’s biggest pride was being an awesome cat Dad to his girls, Misty and Shayna. He adored them immensely.

Saul was preceded in death by his wife of 30 years, Rhoda Barr Tripler Chernow.

Saul is survived by his sister, Marilyn Chernow Benshetler, nephews; Eric (Faye) Benshetler, and Marc (Patrick Everett) Benshetler and host of wonderful, caring friends and neighbors. His caregivers, who he called his “Dream Team”, who he loved and cared for: Diane Winder, Bismarck Canales, and Teresa Fontanez.


  • Funeral Service

    Monday, February 22, 2021



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John Gosselin

February 22, 2021

John & Kathy will miss you & Rhoda very much . We will value your friendship forever. We had a lot of fun together & will keep you guys in are memories ❤️

Jill Saul

February 17, 2021

We are deeply sorry for the loss of Saul. His love for his family was clear whenever I saw him. He delighted in his grandchildren and was proud of his sons' accomplishments. May his memory be a blessing.