Gilda B Michnoff
March 25, 1925 – August 23, 2020
With great sadness Gilda B. Michnoff, 95 of Tinton Falls passed away on August 23, 2020. Born and raised in Long Beach, Long Island, she then married and moved to Asbury Park before settling in Oakhurst in 1954, where she lived and raised her family for over 50 years. Finally, spending the last 17years at Seabrook in Tinton Falls. She received her bachelor's degree from New York University where she met her husband, Elihu. She taught for over 10 years, before moving to a career at Fort Monmouth where she worked until she retired at 82. Throughout her life, she was an active member of Temple Beth El Sisterhood and New Jersey Hadassah. Gilda also enjoyed going to the beach, and being active in the theater community as both a participant and supporter of the arts. She enjoyed traveling with friends and family, and always appreciated a good joke. Throughout her life she was surrounded by many friends and family members who remember her ability to light up a room whenever she walked in. She was predeceased by her husband Elihu and daughter Toby Michnoff. She is survived by her daughter Lynn Hoffman, husband Phil Hoffman, of Jackson, NJ, son, Robert Michnoff, of Long Branch and grandmother of Andrew and Rachelle Hoffman. A private funeral is being held under the direction of Bloomfield-Cooper Funeral Home. Contributions in memory of Gilda B. Michnoff may be made to Alzheimer's Association.
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Gilda B Michnoff
August 29, 2020
I will never forget my Gilda! I Loved you so much and today I reached out to someone and asked them to check on you because you were on my heart so heavy💔 Lynn & Phil you have my deepest condolences and Thank you for sharing your mom with me. Such a Beautiful Soul!! Love you Forever!!! My Gilda💖
This photo I'll keep forever!! This day you wanted me to take pictures of you and you were so photo ready!!!
August 25, 2020
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Gilda...Resting❤...Sincerely
Margo & Martin Fletcher
Anne Calafato Ferreira
August 24, 2020
Your mom was such a great lady. I always enjoyed time spent with her and enjoying a laugh. I am sorry for your loss but know that you were lucky to have her as your mom, friend, support and every other role she served. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time but know her memories will live on as long as you repeat the stories and speak about her.