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Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel

68 Old Short Hills Road, Livingston, NJ

OBITUARY

David J. Kimowitz

April 21, 1979August 3, 2019

Donations may be made to The David Kimowitz Memorial Fund. Checks can be mailed to 10 Prospect Road, Livingston, NJ 07039. Donations can also be made through Venmo - @thedavidkimowitzmemorialfund and Zelle - thedavidkimowitzmemorialfund@gmail.com.

People are also welcome to use the email - thedavidkimowitzmemorialfund@gmail to send stories and pictures that can be shared with his girls as they grow.

Services

  • Funeral Service Wednesday, August 7, 2019
  • Burial Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Memories

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Helaine & Jerry Lazrus

August 10, 2019

There are no words that can help at this horrible sad time.

We know being surrounded by the love of your beautiful family , the loving community and thinking of wonderful, happy moments with David will try to help you heal.

With Love,
Helaine & Jerry Lazarus



Russ Heckman

August 10, 2019

Our deepest sympathy from Russ & the entire Oskar Huber family

Janet Haines

August 9, 2019

I know there are no words that can heal the broken hearts of the Kimowitz family so I will not try. As a long time employee of Dr. Hal Kimowitz I know how warm, loving, and caring your family is and that all of you embracing each other is what will help you get through each day. My sincere and heartfelt sympathy to you all.

jason marcus

August 9, 2019

I distinctly remember the day in college when Dave let me copy his extensive, pirated iTunes music collection. I remember thinking how can 1 person like all these bands? How can someone who loves so much of my favorite music also be listening to so much music that is terrible?
To be honest, many years later I still don't have a complete handle on Dave's extensive music 'guest list.' But, I am reminded of another college moment with a philosophy professor who suggested to us critical students that instead of merely finding what was wrong with the text, we try to find something right.
I have come to know Dave much better than I did since he first gave me his music folder. Dave didn't love all this music equally. He loved music, and so he tried to find value in as much of it as possible. he understood that the love of music was about inclusivity not exclusivity.
Of course, Dave's approach to music was simply his approach to life. He had so many friends, hobbies, interests, because he found virtue before finding fault. Most people, at best, can achieve this outlook maybe with a lot of self-reflection and discipline. But, Dave was just made this way. We were lucky to have him.

Starr Forleiter

August 8, 2019

Our Dear Kimowitz Family,
May the love , devotion and bond of your adoring family help you through this most difficult time in your lives....We can only hope the special memories of David’s life will guide you all during the healing process. A beautiful person, inside and out , has touched everyone’s heart with the honor of knowing him.
As friends, we will continue to give you our love and comfort ... which we always feel in the presence of your family....

With Our Heartfelt Sympathy,
Starr and Steven

Dr. Fred Lovitz

August 8, 2019

Words cannot express the sadness that I feel for my old friend and fellow dental resident Hal and his wife Jeri and the entire family.
Dr Fred Lovitz

Sue and Meyer Rosenthal

August 8, 2019

We send our love and prayers and smiles through tears to the Kimowitz family on the loss of your beautiful, loving and caring son, husband, father, brother and uncle. Because your family is so caring, we certainly know that you, Laura, will NEVER be alone and will always have someone walking by your side. There are so many stars in the sky but know that the brightest one of all is your David who will always be there - in spirit - watching over all of you.
May David's memory always be for a blessing.

Lisa Blafer Golomb

August 8, 2019

My last memory of seeing David brings me smiles and warms my heart. We were recently at Adath Shalom, our parent’s synagogue with my parents and older daughter to listen to an Israeli band from NYC play. David was sitting with his children jamming to the beat, a big smile on his face, his arms around his kids, Geri, Hal,Adam, Mara, Stef and Richard were all there with their kids too. I was with my parents Elaine and Elliott and older daughter Mira. Josh was home my youngest Dina was napping. The support, friendship, welcome and warmth we always receive from the Kimowitz family is never ending! They bring out the best in all of us. The love David had for his children and his wife Laura couldn’t go unnoticed- as the same with all the brothers. They’re a model family. There are no words or explanation for David being taken from all of us. It’s truly heart breaking. I appreciate the light and humor at the funeral as David wouldn’t want us to live in sorrow and would want us to remember him and live on with his memory. Sending our love to the Kimowitz family. We are always here for you anytime any day.

Rachel and Vinny and Rebecca Lullio

August 7, 2019

Our deepest condolences to his very, very beloved family,
and to all of his friends.
Our hearts are heavy...
I will always think of him as a child, yet be proud of the man he became.
May his memory always be a blessing
Love,
Rach Vin & Reb

Rabbi Dennis Tobin

August 7, 2019

I had met David only a few times and we spoke like we had known each other for years.

May His memory live on as a blessing,
May the acts of kindness that he performed live on in the lives of the Family.......

Rabbi Dennis Tobin
Maplewood, nj