February 5, 1954 – April 4, 2018
Laura Lichtenstein, 64, died on Wednesday, April 4, 2018. Laura was born on February 5, 1954, to Dr. Joseph and Betty Shapiro (nee Fertel), and was a Las Vegas resident for 28 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, and is survived by her husband of 35 years, Allen Lichtenstein; two daughters, Claire Green (Tyson) and Julie Grenet (Philippe); son, Joseph Cohn (Veronica); two sisters, Rosalyn Schnall (Harris) and Sherry Kessel; and granddaughter, Eliana Green. Services were held at King David Memorial Chapel and Cemetery. The family requests that any memorial donations be sent to the charity of your choice, or to Doctors Without Borders, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), or Three Square of Las Vegas.
- Dr. Joseph Shapiro, Father
- Betty Shapiro (Fertel), Mother
- Allen Lichtenstein, Husband
- Joseph S. Cohn (Veronica), Son
- Claire Green (Tyson), Daughter
- Julie Grenet (Philippe), Daughter
- Eliana Green, Granddaughter
- Rosalyn Schnall (Harris), Sister
- Sherry Kessel, Sister
- Funeral Service Monday, April 9, 2018
- Committal Service Monday, April 9, 2018
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July 26, 2018
Mark and I are very sad to just hear of this news. Your dear wife Laura came to see our Dad in the hospital with his ALS in the ICU a few times to show her support and respect for their friendship. I remember meeting you both at Marks Dads house quite a few years back and we shared a wonderful meal together:) Senfing hugs, prayers, and love and support at this very sad time. With sincere condolences.
Love Loretta & Mark Vaccaro
April 10, 2018
My condolences to the family of Laura Lichtenstein. We can always rely on the God of comfort to help us endure any hardships or difficulties, especially the loss of a dear loved one. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4). Our loving Heavenly Father has given us the wonderful assurance that we can see our loved ones again by means of a resurrection to an earth transformed into a beautiful paradise.
Mary Guinan Bryan
April 6, 2018
Sweet Laura was one of the dearest people I have ever met. She literally had only kind bones in her body. She always had food for us when we came over and her sweet soothing voice was the best. Sharing her own stories to help our children when they were hurting. You will be missed.
Thank you for sharing your family with us and for supporting us as clients and friends. The Lichtenstein ‘s are forever in our hearts.